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Police Training for International Law Enforcement Personnel Department of State

Field of Interest

Law Enforcement

Grant Title

Police Training for International Law Enforcement Personnel Department of State

Agency

International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affair

Grant Ceiling

$340,000

Average Award

$300,000

Total Funding

N/A

Estimated Awards

N/A

Deadline

Aug 24, 2014

Contributing Consultant

JustWrite Solutions

Geographic Focus

National

Purpose

INL seeks to advance peace, security, and justice through international cooperation and assistance. We wish to promote a safer and more secure future for the United States and its citizens through our diplomatic efforts and foreign assistance. We wish to learn how and where we can cooperate most effectively with our interagency and international partners to both develop and apply best practices in tactics, approaches, and technology to meet the challenges facing the United States. Accordingly, INL aims to minimize the impact of transnational crime and illegal drugs on the United States, its citizens, and partner nations by providing effective foreign assistance and fostering greater bilateral and multilateral law enforcement and rule of law cooperation. In order to achieve its objectives as well as broader foreign policy goals, INL, along with its varied partners, needs to enhance coordination and collaboration among donors, Partner Agency nations and implementers. Therefore, INL is seeking applications for an international police training institution to provide instructional programs focusing primarily, but not solely, on the Caribbean Basin and Central America. This initiative aims to provide hands-on, real-world training in the United States for foreign police force officers and personnel when training in the host nation is not preferable or feasible, especially for more operational or skills-based training.

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Posted by Heather Stombaugh on July 2, 2014 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

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