Friday, July 24, 2009

Australian Federal Police International Intelligence Program

For intelligence practitioners in the Asia-Pacific region, the Leadership in Criminal Intelligence Program (LCIP), instituted by the Australian Federal Police (AFP), has reached a milestone with its first international participant graduating from the Intelligence Management Development Program (IMDP). At a recent ceremony held at the Australian Embassy in Beijing, Deputy Director of the Public Security Research Institute Sheng An Wang (Sam) said he was very honoured to be the first international participant to be granted the Graduate Certificate in Applied Management of IMDP.

“All the teachers were very experienced in the subjects they were presenting. We gained enormous insight of the role of intelligence in the development of new ideas to meet our new challenges and the managing of our complex environment.”

Mr Wang joins a select group of 18 who have graduated from IMDP since its inception in 2006. The program operates on a mix of residential and distance education. To date six intakes with a total of 118 participants representing 18 countries and 31 different agencies have passed through its doors.



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My principal areas of expertise are: (1) Intelligence, (2) Training and Development, (3) Knowledge Management, and (4) Administration/Supervision.

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