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).
In July 1995, the FBI assigned Special Agent M. Miles Burden to the U.S. Embassy in Vienna, Austria. His assignment was to work criminal investigations with police in 12 countries in Central Europe, …
Lieutenant Colonel / Division Chief / Riot Police / Class of 2019
The ILEA Budapest would like to recognize Lieutenant Colonel Barnabás Dienes, Division Chief at the Hungarian Riot Police, and share two inspiring success stories related to the Law Enforcement Leadership Development course he was a participant of in 2019.
We got to know Lt.-Col. Dienes as a highly competent leader, passionate about his job and … read more
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 …
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 …
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 …