In-Service Training

The academy provides continuing education for licensed law enforcement professionals.  Peace officers, corrections officers, and telecommunicators are able to advance their proficiency certifications through the intermediate, advanced, and master level courses available through the academy. 


Students may enroll online or in person. The online enrollment form serves as confirmation.  Only in the event of class being  full or postponed the academy will send notification via email.  

On-line enrollment - Find the course you want to take on the calendar.  Click on "More Details," and click on "On-line Enrollment."   Complete the online registration form.

In Person - Enrollment can be done in person by completing the registration form and bringing it to:

12625 Wetmore Rd., Ste 436                                                                                                       San Antonio, TX 78247 


Payment will be accepted first day of class via check or money order (made to AACOG), debit and/or credit card, or we can invoice the agency.  The attendee will be asked to fill out, legibly and completely,  an in-house registration form.  Certificate of Attendance and Completion of class will be generated with this form and TCOLE credits will be reported to attendees PID number.    


Students must notify the academy no later than the Thursday of the week prior to the first day of class if they are unable to attend. Failure to give timely notification will result in the student or agency being invoiced for the cost of tuition. To notify the academy of the need to cancel your registration,  email the academy.


Firearms, tactical driving, defensive tactics, and telecommunications courses are open only to law enforcement officers. Students enrolling in these courses are required to provide a copy of their law enforcement credentials at time of registration.

Non-Law Enforcement Applicants

Individuals who are not licensed law enforcement professionals may be eligible to attend some academy courses. To inquire whether non-law enforcement support staff is qualified to attend a course, call (210) 362-5258.