The International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Roswell, New Mexico is the United States Department of State’s advanced training academy for international law enforcement professionals. ILEA Roswell provides senior-level academic instruction on the latest law enforcement and criminal justice techniques, equipping foreign law enforcement officials with the skills and knowledge to effectively investigate and combat crime in their respective countries.
ILEA Roswell is part of an elite group of five ILEAs that serve as important tools in supporting U.S. foreign policy and law enforcement objectives around the world.
In March and April 2018, ILEA Roswell hosted delegates from Angola, Botswana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, and Uganda for the Executive Policy and Development Symposium on Transnational Organized …
National Gender Desk Coordinator, Office of the Director General of Police, Cote d'Ivoire Police
Kpidi Agnibi Hortence graduated from ILEA Roswell Session 46: Executive Policy and Development Symposium on Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation, which was held during February - March 2017. Following her participation in the ILEA Roswell symposium, she attended a Leadership for Women in Law Enforcement Training at the Regional Training Center … read more
Session 65 and 66 Delegates from Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, graduated from the Executive Policy and Development Symposium on Transnational Organized Crime - Countering …
The Community Reception brought together Session 65 and 66 Delegates from Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Ethiopia, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, as well as members of the Roswell community.