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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Anticorruption Series: Public Corruption and Internal Affairs course

Anticorruption Series: Public Corruption and Internal Affairs Course

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Anticorruption Series: Judges and Prosecutors Course

Anticorruption Series: Judges and Prosecutors Course

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TF Founding

The Story of the FBI Task Force in Hungary

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Presenting the 2021 ILEA Day Awards

2021 ILEA Day Awards

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Giorgi Kurdadze

Giorgi Kurdadze

Alumni in Focus

ILEA Budapest would like to wholeheartedly congratulate our alumnus, Mr. Giorgi Kurdadze won the ILEA Day Award 2022 in the category of “Outstanding Operational Success”.

He was nominated by the – State Security Service of Georgia.

 

Mr. Kurdadze has an outstanding record of attending and participating in numerous trainings and courses on … read more

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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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Nov
28

UNH Students visit ILEA

November 28 2018 10:00
VIP conference room

On November 28, 2018, students from the University of New Hampshire visited ILEA to get a briefing about ILEA followed by a tour of our campus.  The students were in Hungary for a semester abroad and …

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Nov
01

ILEA Alumni Meet in Tbilisi, Georgia

November 01 2018 16:00
Tbilisi, Georgia

On November 1, 2018, ILEA and INL Tbilisi held an alumni working group meeting followed by a reception in Tbilisi, Georgia.  Approximately 60 participants attended the event and 9 participants made …

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