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   KYLEAP - Kentucky Law Enforcement Assistance Program


  The Kentucky Law Enforcement Assistance Program (KYLEAP) provides the entire spectrum of services from pre-incident training, acute crisis response, and post incident support to law enforcement officers across the Commonwealth. KCCRB recruits, trains and credentials experienced law enforcement professionals to be peer members of the statewide KYLEAP team. The team receives training in providing multi-component critical incident stress management (CISM) interventions and suicide intervention and prevention training.

Purpose: To provide CISM services during the acute phase following a critical incident to prevent the destructive effects of emotional trauma, job related stress, and accelerate recovery from critical incidents before stress reactions negatively impact an officer’s performance, career, health and family.

See complete Program Information at KYLEAP Program  


To Apply for KYLEAP Team Membership:

Team Membership levels are based on education requirements, regional involvement, and KYLEAP response experience. Team members advance through membership levels by taking KCCRB classes, attending KYLEAP regional meetings, and going on KYLEAP responses. Each volunteer is credentialed to serve in 4 year terms.

If you would like to continue with KYLEAP after 4 years on the team, you are welcome to complete a Renewal Packet. In order to renew, you will be required to detail 30 hours of Continuing Education acquired over the 4 years of team membership. All trainings offered through KCCRB count towards Continuing Education, are free for team members. In addition, many KCCRB trainings qualify towards Continuing Education Units, KLEC. More information about trainings can be found under the Training tab on the KCCRB website:

There are five (5) components to the application for KYLEAP Membership.

1. Paperwork

2. Registering on K HELPS

3. Letter of support from agency leadership

4. Recommendation from KYLEAP selection committee

5. Training:

     a. IS-700 Introduction to NIMS

     b. ICS-100 Introduction to ICS

     c. KYLEAP Orientation

     d. Assisting Individuals in Crisis

     e. Group Crisis Intervention

     f. Suicide intervention and prevention training

Access the Complete KYLEAP Application Packet.pdf


Please read, sign and submit the

KYLEAP Leadership Committment Letter.pdf




A program of the Kentucky Community Crisis Response Board


Last Updated 7/26/2016