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Law Enforcement Support Office (LESO)

The Law Enforcement Support Office Program, managed by the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) in Battle Creek, MI transfers needed equipment such as tactical gear, electronics, vehicles, weapons…and more, to Federal and State law enforcement agencies (LEAs), while simultaneously providing the military services one of several outlets for disposal of their excess property. Through the Law Enforcement Support Office Program, over 11,000 law enforcement agencies across the country receive a variety of items helping our local agencies keep equipment overhead costs low.

The responsibility of managing the LESO program for Illinois is the Governor-appointed coordinator assigned to the Illinois Department of Central Management Services (CMS), Property Control Division.

Quick Links

LESO Overview:

LESO Enrollment:

LESO Accounts:

AMPS - AMPS is where you create and maintain your user ID and password for RTD

RTD - RTD is where you are able to search for and request property that is available through the LESO program

FEPMIS - FEPMIS is where you maintain the inventory that you have acquired through the LESO program

LESO News:

LESO Websites:

LESO Training:

LESO Forms:

All LESO forms and DLA and Illinois LESO provided documents should be stored in your Law Enforcement Agency’s LESO physical or electronic file indefinitely. Per DLA and LESO retention rules, you must have these documents on hand at your Law Enforcement Agency. Do not dispose of any LESO documentation without first contacting the Illinois LESO office.

Aircraft Forms

Vehicle Forms

Small Arms Forms

Property Accounting Forms

Illinois Public Act 101-0652 and Executive Order 14074

Illinois Public Act 101-0652 and Executive Order 14074 have brought about requirements at both the State and Federal level when it pertains to Law Enforcement Agencies obtaining Federal Surplus Property through either the LESO or GSA programs. The easiest way to stay on top of all LESO requirements is to review your State Plan of Operation (SPO) and the SPO Addendum that was signed by your Chief Law Enforcement Officer. For more information, watch a video overview of the SPO Addendum.

To reset your LESO FEPMIS password call: 1-866-224-7677 opt #4

To reset your AMPS / RTD password call 1-844-347-2457 - Press 5, then speak or enter D-L-A

Learn what types of excess military property are available to your Illinois law enforcement agency by watching this 8-minute video featuring Illinois police agencies.

For questions, contact the Illinois LESO Program, 1924 S. 10 ½ Street Springfield, IL 62703
Office: 217-785-6903 / FAX: 217-785-6905 or Email: Rewa Boldrey.