Central ALETA Training Supervisor
Joe Duboise is the Training Supervisor at the Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy (CALETA). He has been employed with CLEST since 2017. He is responsible for the oversight, planning, organization, execution, and direction of the Basic Police Training Course and Advanced Courses offered at the Central ALETA Campus. His teaching responsibilities include ALERRT Level 1, Firearms Instructor, Vehicle Stop and Approach, Handcuffing, and Baton Training. He is currently pursing a Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from the University of Charleston. Mr. Duboise graduated from ALETA-Camden Class 2012-D and was previously employed by the Malvern Police Department as a K-9 officer and the Rockport Police Department as a corporal on shift. Mr. Duboise started his law enforcement career in 2001 after obtaining Part-Time II certification. He was also employed for ten years as an Emergency Preparedness Lieutenant at the Arkansas Department of Corrections.
Central ALETA Instructors
Amanda M. Chaney is a Training Instructor at the Central Arkansas Law Enforcement Training Academy. She began her employment with the Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and Training in 2020. Her teaching responsibilities include Firearms Instruction, Sexual Harassment, Racial Profiling, Cultural Diversity, Police and People with Disabilities, Investigations, Traffic Stops, and Juvenile Law. Mrs. Chaney is responsible for the day-to-day activities of the basic cadet classes, and assisting in instruction of advanced courses offered at our Central ALETA Campus. She has a Criminal Justice degree from College of the Ouachitas and graduated from ALETA Class 2004-B. She was previously employed by Hot Spring County Sheriff’s Office as Corporal, School Resource Officer, and Detective; Saline County Sheriff’s Office as Detective; and the Arkansas State Police as a CACD Investigator. She specializes in Domestic Violence, Child Abuse, Sexual Assault, Crime Scene, Juvenile Law and Traffic Stops.
Territha Reed is an agent with the Division of Law Enforcement Standards and Training. She began her employment with CLEST in 2022. Prior to her employment with CLEST, Agent Reed began her law enforcement career in 2006 as a jailer for the Ashley County Sheriff’s Department. After leaving Ashley County, she worked for the Hamburg Police Department before accepting employment with the Arkansas Highway Police. Agent Reed worked for the Arkansas Highway Police from 2008 to 2021. Agent Reed holds an associate degree in Professional Studies and a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. She is a lifelong Arkansan, raised in Hamburg, Arkansas, and serves as a liaison between CLEST and the Arkansas Department of Human Services responsible for maintaining and expanding awareness of existing crisis stabilization services and supporting the expansion of crisis stabilization services throughout the State of Arkansas.