Advance Child Interviewing Techniques Course Commences


ISLES in collaboration with Family Child Protection Department begin the 2nd Advanced Child Interviewing Technique Course with 18 officers and this course is under the consultancy of UNICF and Decon University Australia. Modules of this program includes interviewing skills, various types of questions, memory and language development, effective question and putting right question into practice, concern and eliciting a discloser, interview protocol, interviewing about repeated abuse, related laws and evidentiary requirements and interviewing witness with complex communication. The duration of this course is one month.

Assistant Scene of Crime Officers Training Course begins


ISLES in collaboration with forensic service directorate begin the 3rd Assistant Scene of Crime Officers Training with 15 participants at k.villingili Started on 4th October. Modules of this training program include forensic science, concepts, practice and principal of forensic science, crime scene photography, search and report. The duration of the course is one month.

Police Station Management Course begins


Police Station Management Course for officers working at police stations in the atolls commenced on Tuesday, 20th September 2016.

The course organized by Institute for Security and Law Enforcement Studies is designed to teach participants on management skills, leadership skills ,crucial investigative skills and other important skills required for those officers who work in atoll police stations.

The course is recognized by Maldives qualification authority and is a Maldives National Qualification Framework level 3 certified course.

The course will be conducted for a duration of 16 weeks with 35 participants. First 8 weeks of the course will cover theory classes and in the last 8 weeks, participants will be working in stations throughout Maldives to gain work experience.

Participants for the course were selected among those officers who applied for the course.

ISLES Started Diploma in Policing & Diploma in Forensic Investigation Course


diploma in policing - 35 students

diploma in forensic investigation - 29 students 

Self defense skills training begins for MIRA employees


A self defense skills training program has begun aimed at the employees of Maldives Inland Revenue Authority (MIRA).

The program is being conducted under an agreement between Maldives Police Service and MIRA.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Mohamed Sadiq attended the opening ceremony as the guest of honor and officially initiated the program.

While speaking at the ceremony Deputy Commissioner of Police Mohamed Sadiq noted the importance of the program and self-defense.

The 3 week program will have 143 members from MIRA. The instructors of the program are experienced officers of Institute of Security and Law Enforcement Studies (ISLES).

Speaking on behalf of ISLES, Sub Inspector of Police Ahmed Saamee said that such programs will be held for other government and independent institutes and noted that such programs has previously been held for some institutes and members of the media.

The opening ceremony held at Iskandhar Building was attended by the Deputy Commissioner of Police Mohamed Sodiq, Deputy Commissioner General of MIRA, and other officials from MIRA, members of ISLES and senior police officers.

Source: Ahmed Joozeen (





Family & child centered Investigation Course and Sign Language Course 1&2 concludes


1st Open Water Diving course concludes



Public Speaking Session for ISLES Staffs was inaugurated


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