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last updated 18-Aug-2020
  • Employment opportunities in International Civilian Police Programs (CivPols). With the ability to capitalize on the leadership skills and integrity of many law enforcement professionals, CivPols offer training program to ensure quality performance and ethical conduct in some of the most volatile world environments.  

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Not just for men: Department of State Seeks to Recruit Police Women for International Civilian Police Mission. Department of State, Office of the Spokesman, Washington, DC, 29 June 2007: click here
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Civilian Police International. CPI is a joint venture between MPRI, AGS, Wackenhut (WSI), and Kellog, Brown & Root. (KBR). We understand all facets of recruiting, selecting, screening, assembling and deploying personnel, equipment, and supplies to existing and new overseas locations because we do it every day and do it well. MORE >>

Employment with CPI: click here

International Police Programs Information Source (DynCorp). Serving 12 months as an International Police Officer provides American police officers a unique opportunity to practice law enforcement in a foreign land where the ethnic and political issues are complex and challenging. Current Missions: Afghanistan and Iraq. MORE >>

Apply now: click here

PAE-HSC Civpol. International Police Program run by Pacific Architects & Engineers (PAE) and Homeland Security Corporation (HSC). Current Missions: Haiti, Liberia, Afghanistan, and the International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (ICITAP). MORE >>

Apply online: click here

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