Introduction to LESO Course

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LESO Training

 

The Law Enforcement Support Office strives to continually provide relevant information to its customers regarding processes of the 1033 Program and its web-based applications.
This includes providing printable help guides, slide-show presentations, video guides, and personalized over-the-phone instruction on an as-needed basis.
If you have any questions concerning the information presented, please contact us via the LESO Mailbox or our Toll Free Number: 1-800-532-9946.
If you are a State Coordinator and would like to request a training session for your state, send an email to LESO Mailbox-Subject: "TRAINING REQUEST“.

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AMPS

This website gives access to many applications,  for LESO customers, specifically the RTD website via the External Business Portal. The AMPS website also allows users to reset RTD passwords for should they become locked out.

 

For Access problems or Technical issues such as these:

  • Inability to access site / links
  • To unlock your portal account
  • To reset your AMPS password
  • Receiving Authentication failure messages
  • Receiving Error messages
  • Inability to display a page 

Please contact the DLA Enterprise Help Desk (EHD) toll-free at 855-DLA-0001 (855-352-0001) or email them at DLAEnterpriseHelpDesk@DLA.mil.  The EHD is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Printable PDF Instructions

Federal Agency AMPS Instructions

The RTD website allows registered users to view and request excess DOD property for their Law Enforcement Agency. “Want” lists and requisition statuses can be viewed from this page.
For questions concerning the RTD website, please contact the DLA Enterprise Helpdesk at
1-855-352-0001.
 
This LESO FEPMIS website is the online property book for all agencies enrolled in the 1033 program.
 
Law Enforcement Agencies who are registered in LESO FEPMIS are given full access to their online inventory for all excess property that has been allocated to their department.
 
This gives registered agencies the ability to annually certify their property, initiate a transfer request to move inventory to a different agency, and to initiate a turn-in request once controlled property has neared the end of its useful life expectancy.
 
Any questions regarding LESO FEPMIS training can be directed to your State Coordinator or directly to LESO at 1-800-532-9946 or by emailing LESO.