MCOLES Information and Tracking Network (MITN)

  • MITN Logo-RightThe MCOLES Information and Tracking Network (MITN) is an Internet-based application used by law enforcement entities to conduct business and personnel transactions with MCOLES in order to comply with the statutes and administrative rules of the Commission. MITN was created in response to Executive Order 2001-5.
     
    Michigan law enforcement organizations include Michigan law enforcement agencies, basic law enforcement training academies, law enforcement in-service training providers, and MCOLES-licensed law enforcement officers. Each of these groups utilize MITN for different business and personnel transactions such as:
     
    • pre-enrollment testing of academy candidates;
    • pre-enrollment standards screening of academy candidates;
    • academy enrollment;
    • academy candidate tracking and performance;
    • license examination performance;
    • standards screening of licensing candidates;
    • activation and maintenance of the law enforcement license;
    • law enforcement officer employment tracking (notifications of hiring and separations from law enforcement employment);
    • agency registration for the Law Enforcement Distribution;
    • registration and approval of in-service training;
    • in-service training course listing and search service;
    • in-service training participation by law enforcement officers; and,
    • status inquiries by authorized MCOLES Network users on matters such as licensing histories, law enforcement employment history, or in-service training records