Assistant Commissioner of Police Mira Koroma is an Alumna of the Advanced Management Course from ILEA Roswell which she attended in March 2010 through April 2010. Upon completion of this course, she returned to Sierra Leone where she conducted trainings to transfer her knowledge to her staff and utilizing the skills learned in the course to garner support for the unit where she was deployed. She lobbied for equipment and funding for the refurbishment of the Divisional Headquarters and was able to secure 106 motorbikes along with 4 Toyota Hilux. She is also an Alumna of ILEA Gaborone where she participated in the Law Enforcement Leadership Development Course from January-February 2011 and ILEA Accra participating in the Office of Professional Responsibility/Internal Affairs Course in April 2014.
Since 2010 she has received over 20 awards from civil rights and non-governmental organizations for exceptional service including Most Professional Police Officer and Gender Influencer. In 2016, she was selected to represent Sierra Leone at the McCain Institute for International Leadership for one year in the Leadership, Ethics, and Values program in the United States. She founded the Next Generation Reformers/Leaders youth mentoring organization on October 17, 2017, operating in schools and communities across Sierra Leone. You can follow their story on Facebook here.
In 2021, Assistant Commissioner of Police Mira Koroma, earned the enviable and competitive position of Police Planner at the United Nations Headquarters. “Thirteen years after participating in and graduating from the Advanced Management Course at ILEA Roswell, New Mexico, and proudly a “Roswellean,” I find myself at the United Nations Headquarters, New York, as a Police Planning Officer at the Strategic Policy & Development Section of the Police Division in the Office of Rule of Law and Institutions, Peacekeeping Operations. The Advanced Management Course was well engaging, in-depth, and covered massive areas of policing and management... The course was not only theoretical but practical also, bringing to life all that was taught around combating organized crime and criminal investigations, all geared toward improving the investigative and managerial skills of participants. I AM PROUDLY AN ALUMNA OF ILEA ROSWEL (2010), GABORONE (2011)& ACCRA(2014)!”