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.
Dear ILEA Family,
As the first ILEA Roswell Director, it’s been my pleasure to serve you over the last five years. The executive level program that you’ve helped develop as engaged delegates, and …
Director of Asset Forfeiture, Transnational and Specialized Crimes Division, National Prosecutions Service, United Republic of Tanzania
Paul Kadushi serves as the Director of Asset Forfeiture, Transnational and Specialized Crimes Division for the National Prosecutions Service of the United Republic of Tanzania. In this role, he oversees the prosecution of all transnational organized crime in Tanzania, including wildlife, drug, and human trafficking. Additionally, he serves as the … read more
The IGN Alumni Portal (alumni.ilea.state.gov) will launch on April 21, 2021. The new alumni portal will connect 70,000 alumni from 100 countries through a secure platform for networking, sharing …
From February 22 – 26, 2021, ILEA Roswell, in partnership with ILEA San Salvador, hosted the virtual Executive Policy and Development Forum on Transnational Organized Crime: Weapons Trafficking and …
From January 11 – 15, 2021, ILEA Roswell partnered with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to host the Executive Policy and Development Alumni Forum on Transnational Organized Crime - Wildlife …