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Alaska Association Chiefs of Police and AMU support success through education.

Helping you reach your goals is our shared priority.

Alaska Association Chiefs of Police (AACOP) and American Military University (AMU) are partnering together to provide training opportunities to Alaska’s Law Enforcement Community through seminar’s and online learning. AMU provides you with an affordable, career-relevant education that helps meet your professional development goals.

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Benefits for AACOP Members

  • No cost registration for AMU law enforcement webinars.
  • No cost access to secured law enforcement resource pages on the use of social media in law enforcement investigations and human trafficking.
  • 5% tuition grant for all AACOP members enrolling in AMU courses.
  • Transfer credit evaluation fee waiver ($50 savings)
  • Access to and opportunity for content contribution.
  • Access to a dedicated strategic partnerships enrollment team who are specifically trained to provide assistance to AACOP members during enrollment.

Note: Grants and fee waivers cannot be applied retroactively.

Tuition Cost per Credit with Grants

  • Undergraduate: $256.50
  • Graduate: $332.50
  • *Military Undergraduate: $250
  • *Military Graduate: $325

*We offer our military-affiliated students a tuition grant that caps undergraduate tuition at $250/credit hour (military TA limit) and graduate tuition at $325/credit hour. This grant is for U.S. active-duty servicemembers, Guard, Reserve, military spouses and dependents, and veterans. 

How to Receive Your Benefits

Future Students: Select Alaska Association Chiefs of Police as your employer when you complete our enrollment application.
Current Students: Confirm that Alaska Association Chiefs of Police is listed as the employer on record with the university. Learn how.

Contact Information

Eric Morris

Eric Morris

Eric Morris leads the Strategic Relations Admissions Team whose members are here to answer all educational partnership questions.


For more information, contact a member of our law enforcement team, a group of professionals with decades of collective, hands-on experience in police work, criminal justice, national security, and corrections.

James Deater

James Deater

James Deater serves as the Education Coordinator, Atlantic Region on our Law Enforcement Strategic Relationships Team.


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