“Together Let’s Stop Traffick’ is an anti-Human Trafficking initiative led by the IPTI (International Police Training Institute), and supported by the FBI NAA (National Academy Associates).
International Police Training Institute
The International Police Training Institute (IPTI) is a wholly independent, not-for-profit institute - a registered public interest foundation, with headquarters in Budapest, Hungary.
We are a supportive, collaborative not-for-profit training organization, committed to delivering best practice executive leadership training and mentoring services for the international law enforcement community and intelligence services.
Whether tackling economic development, poverty reduction, justice reformation or counter-terrorism, the solution – we believe – lies in a professional policing approach which is highly respectful of human rights, supported by an effective command and control structure. The IPTI is committed to the development and support of executive police officers and emerging leaders who can deliver precisely this level of security for their communities.
Building long-term partnerships based on mutual trust and understanding underpins every aspect of the IPTI’s work. We draw on an internationally-renowned team of experts, coupled with our extensive network of diplomatic and political contacts, to offer specialized training programs designed to ensure human security, in all its facets and operational scenarios, regardless of geographical location.
Our headquarters are in Budapest, within the International Training Centre operated by the Hungarian Ministry of the Interior. Our neighbours are ILEA (the International Law Enforcement Academy), CEPOL (the European Police College) and the Middle European Police Academy. We also operate fully-functioning partner arrangements in Canada, the USA and the UK.
For further information, please visit www.theipti.org
FBI National Academy Associates
The FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. (FBI NAA) is a non-profit, international organization of nearly 18,000 senior law enforcement professionals dedicated to providing our communities, states, countries, and profession with the highest degree of law enforcement expertise, training, education and information. We are the strongest law enforcement leadership network in the world and are dedicated to strengthening the rule of law around the globe. Some of our members have given their lives in carrying out these responsibilities.
From its inception in 1935, the FBI National Academy has long been a vital element in the continuing improvement of law enforcement standards, knowledge, and cooperation throughout the world. The National Academy and the FBI National Academy Associates provide a wide range of leadership and specialized training, as well as an opportunity for professional law enforcement officials to share ideas, techniques, and experiences. President John F Kennedy realized the value in sharing this learning and networking experience with the international community. In 1964 the FBI National Academy began including international law enforcement executives as attendees.
Membership in the Association is limited only to those law enforcement leaders who have completed the FBI’s prestigious National Academy Program. The Association is comprised of forty-four domestic chapters and four international chapters, the Association’s Executive Board, and the Executive Office. The Association’s Executive Office is located at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The Association is a non-governmental organization incorporated in Virginia and is not a part of the FBI. The Association is funded primarily by membership dues but does receive support from select corporate partners, academic and strategic alliances.
For further information, please visit www.fbinaa.org