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Arthur Troop Scholarship

Ten Arthur Troop Scholarships are awarded annually, two for each continent in which we have member Sections - Africa, America, Australasia, Asia and Europe.

Each Scholarship consists of a bursary of not more than 2,500.00 Euros that is to be used for a seminar at the International Conference Centre IBZ Schloss Gimborn or a comparable institution. Applicants must have been a member of IPA for at least one year before applying and the scholarship must be taken between 1st January and 31st December following the grant of the scholarship (extensions not granted).

The study Scholarship may be awarded to IPA members in police service, but predominantly targeted at the younger member. The member must submit an application setting out their reasons to support their selection.

Applications must be processed through their National Sections, to the International Secretary General (IAC) and must be supported by a written statement from their Section.

Further information is available by downloading the documents below.

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Arthur Troop 2018 Nominations now open!!!

All applications MUST be made through your regional committee chairperson

Congratulations to the Arthur Troop Scholars of 2015!

Congratulations to the Arthur Troop Scholars of 2015!

We would like to congratulate the following awardees of the 2015 Arthur Troop Scholarship:

Daniel McDonald - Australia

Carlos Peral Reguera - Spain

Joakim Olsson - Sweden

Kevin McGinnis - USA

James Clover - Canada

M.A. Mcaba -  South Africa

Edward Hancox - UK

Mick Daly - Ireland

Paul Fremaux - New Zealand

Laura Zalaskiene - Lithuania

U.D.Jayaratne - Sri Lanka

Flora Ting Sau-chi - Hong Kong

During the IEC conference in Potsdam, I expressed the IPC’s surprise and disappointment regarding the lack of interest from our members to apply for an Arthur Troop Scholarship. Receiving only 28 applications from 420 000 members and 66 sections leads to the question whether the scholarship is effective in its current format.We will be discussing this issue at our IPC meeting next year and are therefore asking all sections now to send any suggestions and ideas to improve the use of the 25 000 € funding for the Arthur Troop Scholarship to me at cjas@kpnmail.nl .

Kees Sal, IPC Chairman

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