Welcome to ILEA Budapest

The International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Budapest is committed to providing regional criminal justice training to improve legislation, law enforcement, and democratic institutions in participant countries.  ILEA Budapest is fully funded and supported by the Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).  

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ISP

ISL - Domestic Violence and Gender Based Violence Course

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opdat

OPDAT Judges and Prosecutors course

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atf

ATF Small Arms Trafficking Course

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doe

Radiological and Nuclear Smuggling and Detection Awareness Course

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atf

International Post Blast Investigation (IPBI) Course

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XHAVIT GASHI

XHAVIT GASHI

Investigator in Units for Drugs, Drug Directory-DITN-DOC Kosovo Police

Alumni in Focus

Kosovo Police, Directorate of DHTN has had constant contacts and cooperation with the DEA in some cases in the previous time and due to that has caught suspects and destroyed criminal groups. In  April-June of  2017, operation resulted in the arrest of 5 suspect persons (4 arrested persons in Kosovo and 1 arrested person in New York, USA) and the … read more

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Nov
07

Global ILEA Alumni Coordinators Workshop

November 07 2022 09:00
ILEA Budapest

On November 7-9, 2022, Alumni Coordinators from all ILEAs gathered together in Budapest to discuss ideas, plans, and solutions for the future, in order to further improve the service we provide to …

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May
19

Alumni Gathering in Zagreb

May 19 2022 10:00
Zagreb

 On May 19, 2022, 57 Croatian ILEA graduates met each other as well as Director, Angela Brueckman; Deputy Director, Edward Scott; Outreach and Alumni Coordinator, Nikoletta Szente-Varga; and Digital …

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Oct
16

ILEA Directors Bi-Annual Meeting

October 16 2020 09:00
Online

A usual Director’s meeting takes place twice a year, once in Washington, D.C. and once at one of the ILEA locations, with all of the current directors attending. As COVID-19 continued to have a hold …

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