NAVCOPS Network is now securely hosted on the
FBI's Law Enforcement Online (LEO) Service!
(Security level is U//LES, U//SBU, U//CUI)

FBI's LEO system offers our group many advantages:  restricted to just vetted military and law enforcement, a protected and secure Government website that can support U//LES materials, a secure place to talk and share information, and tech support 24/7.  LEO has been in operation since the 1990's and supports tens of thousands of law enforcement groups, and hundreds of thousands of federal, state, local, and military law enforcement professionals.

All U.S. military law enforcement is authorized to join FBI LEO and the NAVCOPS Special Interest Group (SIG).

  1. Go to http://www.leo.gov/ and download the application, complete it, and fax it to the FBI.  This is FREE (there is no cost or fees to join LEO, or our special interest group).
     
  2. The FBI LEO office will process your application and contact you for first sign-in
     
  3. When you logon to LEO, click the following link to be taken to our group:  https://leo.cjis.gov/leoContent/lesig/navcops/
     
  4. On our SIG page, click the "Request Access to NAVCOPS" link and submit your request.
     
  5. We will approve your request and you'll receive an email in your secure LEO e-mail inbox.

Note there are other military law enforcement groups on LEO, to include U.S. Navy Security Forces (NSF), USMC, and NCIS (we have links to these SIGs in our website).

NAVCOPS Network is the longest running group for
Naval law enforcement since our inception in 1996.
 

Our thousands of members include:

  • U.S. Navy Master-At-Arms (MA)
  • Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS)
  • U.S. Marine Corps Military Police
  • U.S. Coast Guard Port Security (PS) and Investigators (IV)
  • Coast Guard Investigative Service (CGIS)
  • Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement

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