IALG Seminars 2022-2023

The Hague, Singapore, Sydney

The first seminar of the 16th IALG group took place in The Hague, Netherlands, and was hosted by The Netherlands Police in December 2022. The second seminar took place place in Singapore, and was hosted by INTERPOL in February/March 2023. The third and final IALG seminar took place in Sydney, Australia, and was hosted by the Australian Federal Police and New South Wales Police Force in May 2023.

IALG Assignment 2022 – 2023:

Being part of a dynamic and increasingly complex world, police forces from across the globe continue to be impacted by political polarisation, technological innovation, climate change, and the dynamics of global economic inequality, fluctuating economies, world-wide emergencies and global conflict. As we look to the future, police leaders must anticipate to occurring changes and develop methods to adapt police operations to remain effective, efficient, responsive and relevant. In this assignment, we ask how police forces can prepare themselves and equip the next generation of police officers for an uncertain and complex future, and how police professionals from across the globe can work collectively to develop a common vision for policing the future with the support of other sectors.


Assignment givers: Mr. Reece Kershaw, Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police, Ms. Karen Web, Commissioner of the New South Wales Police Force


Previous IALG Seminars

  • 2021 - 2022
    Virtual, The Hague, Bern
    Due to the ongoing global measurements and travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 15th IALG group started their work during a …
  • 2019 - 2020/21
    Sydney, New York, Virtually
    The 14th IALG group started their work in November 2019 in Sydney, Australia. After the second seminar in New York City, USA, preparations for the …
  • 2018-2019
    Ottawa, Oslo, New York City
    The 13th IALG group came together three times over the course of nine months to work on their assignment related to Policing within the Context of a …