Innovative Law Enforcement Training at the RTC

The West Africa Regional Training Center (RTC) provides innovative law enforcement instruction to combat transnational organized crime in West Africa.  Located in Accra, Ghana, the RTC is an initiative of U.S. Department of State, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs’ (INL) International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) Program. 

Training at the RTC advances the strategic efforts of INL to address complex transnational criminal threats including transnational organized crime, corruption, illicit trafficking, money laundering, terrorist financing, cyber and intellectual property crime, border insecurity, environmental crime, and illegal drugs.  

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Miss Monica

Miss Monica

Sierra Leone Police

Alumni in Focus

This month, we interviewed one of our alumnae from Sierra Leone Police. She attended the 2018 Leadership for Law Enforcement Supervisors Course and she was happy to share some highlights from her professional career so far. Happy reading!

Briefly introduce yourself and your law enforcement career.

My name is Miss Monica and I am currently the … read more

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29

Alumni Portal Information Sessions: May 2021

June 29 2021 16:23
Virtual Platform

In the month of May, the RTC hosted four (4) virtual information sessions to highlight the amazing features of the ILEA Alumni Portal with our alumni. The sessions brought together alumni from …

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Jun
29

ILEA Alumni Portal Launch: April 21, 2021

June 29 2021 12:49
Virtual Platform

On Wednesday, April 21, the ILEA Alumni Portal was formally launched for all 70,000 ILEA alumni. The Alumni Portal is the result of alumni feedback and is designed as a platform for alumni to …

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Jun
29

Eighth SGI Steering Committee Meeting: May 20, 2021

June 29 2021 02:53
RTC

On May 20, the RTC successfully hosted the 8th Security Governance Initiative (SGI) Steering Committee Meeting. Fifteen high-level guests were present and over eighty guests participated …

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