International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership

Administrative Office
Professional Studies Building, Room 220
Phone: (415) 422-2884
Tony Ribera, Director

The International Institute of Criminal Justice Leadership was established in April 2001. The Institute formalized and expanded the law enforcement leadership training that the University had been involved in for over 50 years. The broader mission of the Institute is to facilitate training and research for leaders in the various disciplines of the criminal justice system, and to focus on ethical leadership strategies which will result in the humane and effective delivery of services to the community.

The Institute currently co-sponsors an annual symposium on "Visionary Management in Law Enforcement" with the San Francisco Police Department. The symposium draws approximately 150 law enforcement leaders from the western United States. The Institute also presents law enforcement management training and workshops on contemporary issues such as human trafficking and juvenile justice.

The Institute has the benefit of an advisory board made up of distinguished leaders from law enforcement and the academic community. The Institute is expanding its programs and participation to a more international audience.