International Training Conferences

Each of the FBINAA’s International Chapters hosts an annual retrainer. The location is determined by the chapter president during his/her term and is designated as the host agency for that year.  In partnership, the host agency/agencies work with the country’s FBI Legal Attache, and with personnel from the NAA to plan and manage these annual retrainers.

International Chapters:

  • AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST
  • ASIA/PACIFIC
  • EUROPE
  • LATIN AMERICA/CARIBBEAN

For information regarding International Sponsorship opportunities, please contact Suzy Kelly, Sponsorship and Brand Manager at skelly@fbinaa.org or 484.680.5220.

AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST
Nairobi, Kenya | June 18-22, 2018

 

This conference attracts over 90 FBINA graduate delegates, FBI personnel and guests from across Africa and the Middle East, the majority serving in senior positions within police departments, justice ministries, security services, border agencies and other relevant law enforcement organizations. Delegates also include those who have transitioned holding senior positions in multi-national companies. Attendees represent over 30 countries.

ASIA PACIFIC
New Delhi, India  |  September 9-12, 2018

 

With over 220 senior law enforcement professionals expected to attend, including senior representatives from the Australian, Hong Kong, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Malaysian, New Zealand, Philippines, Thai and United States police forces, the conference will provide delegates the highest degree of law enforcement expertise, training, education and information.

LATIN AMERICAN/CARIBBEAN
Panama City, Panama  |  March 13-15, 2018

 

This conference attracts over 100 FBINA graduate delegates, FBI personnel and guests from across Latin America and the Caribbean, the majority serving in senior positions within police departments, justice ministries, security services, border agencies and other relevant law enforcement organizations.

EUROPEAN
Helsinki, Finland  |  September 22-26, 2018

 

This conference attracts over 300 attendees from across 40 countries within Europe, the majority serving in senior positions within police departments, justice ministries, security services, border agencies and other relevant law enforcement organizations including FBI. Delegates also include those who have transitioned holding senior positions within multi-national companies