Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange

A joint public safety partnerships project of Georgia State University and

local, state, federal and international law enforcement agencies


Dean's Messages

Dr. Mary Beth Walker, Dean, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies (2010 - present)

   The Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange has been heralded for the exceptional job it does in providing peer-to-peer counterterrorism training to public safety officials and other related training and consulting that strengthens our safety infrastructure. In fact, by providing more than two decades of outreach and support, GILEE stands unmatched in its work to advance public safety leadership and best practices in communities throughout Georgia and around the world.

   Our college was very pleased to be joined by GILEE in 2011. This center's programs and outreach are consistent with the Andrew Young School's tradition and mission of building capacity both domestically and internationally in important policy areas.

   GILEE's founder and director, Professor Emeritus Robert Friedmann, is keenly aware of the safety challenges facing our cities and has forged strong partnerships to protect them. We at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies are fortunate to call him our colleague and friend.


Dr. Susan Kelley, Dean, College of Health and Human Sciences (1998 - 2011)

"Our signature international program is the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange, which allows for exchange of information among leading law enforcement officials in countries around the world." See the complete Message from Dr. Susan J. Kelley, Dean and Professor, College of Health and Human Sciences, Georgia State University, posted on the College's web page (note the paragraph on GILEE).


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