FBI Anticorruption Series Public Corruption Course, Mar 18 - 22, 2019

Between March 18 - 22, ILEA offered a course in which investigators were exposed to how the FBI conducts investigations into all manners of Public Corruption investigations in the United States. The investigations pertained to corruption cases involving Federal Officials, Judges, members of the U.S. Congress as well as individual state and local corruption investigations, to include police corruption.  This course is designed to provide the specific techniques which can be used to investigate such matters.

The law enforcement ethics portion covered topics surrounding the standard of conduct that law enforcement managers must develop and maintain to ensure that appropriate behavior is employed by their officers. This topic included discussions and exercises that involved the participating students discussing and developing ethical standards of conduct for their law enforcement agencies.

The group was made up of 31 participants from 4 countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Slovakia, and Uzbekistan.

Welcome All to the ILEA Alumni Family!