Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and best interest in the health and well being of our public safety personnel and staff, the NMLETG will not be coordinating or conducting any training at Camp Grayling until further notice. Staff are working from home and will not be in the office. If you need to contact us please refer to the “staff” tab on our website.
Electronic & Simulation Combatical Structures
Complete Tactical Firearms Training
Emergency Vehicle Operation
Wild Land Training Areas
Urban Assault Courses
CACTF "Scenario City"
K9 and Mounted Capable
Northern Michigan Law Enforcement Training Group (NMLETG) is an urban cooperative created in 2001 by three Northern Michigan Police agencies. Current membership includes 75 agencies representing local, county, state, tribal and federal public safety agencies. It also includes three community colleges.
The Mission of NMLETG is to support and provide high quality training for Federal, Tribal, State and Local public safety professionals. This is accomplished by providing and coordinating training using economies of scale to reduce impact on member agency resources and provide access to conveniently co-located training facilities.
Current Board Members
Captain Chris Stolicker, Michigan State Police
Sheriff Ed Stern, Roscommon County
Sheriff Patrick Whiteford, Kalkaska County
Mr. Mike Bertha, Michigan Municipal Risk Management Authority
Chief Jeff O'Brien, Traverse City Police Department
Director Doug Baum, Grayling Department of Public Safety
Mr. Jerry Cannon, Northwestern Michigan College
Lt. Brendon Kieft, DNR Law Enforcement
Chief Kyle Knight, Harbor Springs Police Department
Qualified in law enforcement training to help you realize your success.