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The IADLEST Academy Accreditation team has begun the assessment of the Ministry of Security Agency for Education and Professional Training in Mostar (AEPTM), Bosnia and Herzegovina.  The AEPTM is one of 3 police academies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and focuses on the training of the national-level police agencies.  The agency is the first of the 3 academies in the nation to engage in the accreditation process, and has provided a wealth of information and considerable cooperation to the...
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During the 2019 IADLEST Conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the International Association of Directors Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) and representatives of the Dubai Police, United Arab Emirates, signed a historic memorandum of understanding to strengthen cooperation and coordination between the two organizations.   The memorandum creates a partnership, to cooperate in matters to enhance Dubai Police advanced training opportunities in several specialized areas and re...
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Peggy Schaefer recently attended the Global Security Exchange (GSX) conference in Chicago, Illinois on Sept 10, 2019.  With over 24,000 in attendance, this is one of the largest gatherings of private and government security professionals in the world.  Peggy had the opportunity to broadcast the value of IADLEST's National Certification Program to the members of ASIS by being on the platform with Chuck Harold, the "Security Guy" with live media streaming from the conferenc...
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IADLEST evaluates Lagos Nigeria's basic law enforcement training academy.Recommendations given by Dave Harvey can be seen here: Lagos LETI Recommendations and Current Training Hours.docxIADLEST President, Richard Clark and Executive Director, Mike Becar met with a group of Government & Education Officials from Lagos, Nigeria who reached out to them for assistance in training Lagos Law Enforcement Officers. The Lagos State Government’s intent was to establish a Law Enforcement Insti...
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