Equitable Sharing Training for State and Local Agencies

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FAQs Regarding Treasury Equitable Sharing Training

Question: Is the course mandatory?
Answer: The course is recommended for all but is not mandatory. However, the Department of the Treasury may recommend the completion of the training course at the conclusion of an Agency’s equitable sharing review or as deemed necessary.

Question: Who should take the training?
Answer: The course is recommended to all state and local agency staff who are involved in the accounting for or use of equitable sharing funds.
Question: Why would this course be beneficial?
Answer: The course provides answers to many of the most common questions about changes in the Treasury Equitable Sharing Program starting with the issuance of the 2018 Joint Guide.
Question: - What are the computer requirements?
Answer: This training works with Windows, MacOS, Android, iOS or iPadOS. It is best viewed using the current version of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, or Safari. If you are using an out-of-date browser, or Internet Explorer, you may not experience the full effect when viewing the training.
Question: How long does training take?
Answer:  The course will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. The time required will vary based on your prior knowledge of the course topic.
Question: There is a training certificate at the end. Do I need to send that somewhere?
Answer: Generally, no. However, if there is a recommendation to take the training after a review, the review document will provide the email address of where to send the certificate.
Question: If I have a question about the training, whom can I contact?
Answer: You can contact treas.aca@treasury.gov.  The Guide to Equitable Sharing for State, Local, and Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies is a joint Department of Justice and Treasury Guide. This training is a Department of Treasury sponsored training. Should you have any questions regarding Department of Justice equitable sharing, please contact the Department of Justice at mlars.ESProgram@usdoj.gov.