CJIS Resources

September 1, 2020

Free Technical Security Training

TEEX Domestic Preparedness Campus

The Department of Homeland Security is now offering free courses in Cyber Security Training. This training is made available for anyone who wishes to use it and is provided free of charge by the Department of Homeland Security/FEMA.

LEEP Access

Agency Administrators for LEEP Access

For Texas local agencies you would contact your LEEP Agency Administrator (AA) for:
1. Applying for a LEEP account.
2. LEEP password resets

Check if your agency has a LEEP AA by going to the search tool above. You will be able to search for your AA by entering your agency ORI or agency name.

Contact DPS for LEEP Access Support

If your agency does not have an AA, email our office at LEEP@dps.texas.gov. In your email:
1. Advise that you do not have a LEEP Agency Administrator
2. Provide agency’s name
3. Provide agency’s ORI (if known)

LEEP Access Brochure

A brochure for access to LEEP.

Sign into LEEP

LEEP, formerly known as LEO, is the FBI's Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal. LEEP provides law enforcement agencies, intelligence groups, and criminal justice entities access to beneficial resources. These resources can strengthen case development for investigators, enhance information sharing between agencies, and provide a free secure email account. There is no charge for this service. Our CJIS Security Office has a Special Interest Group (SIG) available to all LEEP members and we invite you to visit us.

Free Cyber Security Tips And Newsletter

Free Cyber Security Tips and Information

Free cyber security tips and information provided by the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC).

Educational Newsletters

Educational newsletters provided by the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC).

Security Newsletters


OUCH! is a monthly security awareness newsletter developed by the SANS Institute focused on every day users securing information. The newsletter presents topics and provides guidance in avoiding phishing attempts, checking for viruses and malware, and mitigating other scams while using current industry trends as examples. Large and small organizations across the security community help make this a useful service. Technical subject matter experts and researchers check each issue for accuracy and readability before it is distributed to the community. Check back each month and stay current with the latest information regarding security awareness issues.