Police Science Institute is engaged in education and training for the Investigation and Security fields, including Anti-Terrorism, VIP / Executive Protection, Aviation Security and much more.
The Institute, with its specialty affiliates, maintains professional Departments that specialize in the teaching and implementation of the theoretical AND operational parameters that are crucial in order to work in the different, respective fields of Investigation, Intelligence and Security.
Academic Programs Department Practical Training Department
Each Department has its own Faculty and professional infrastructure. All Institute Faculty are graduates of the finest Elite Military Units, Intelligence and Security Services, as well as other Professional Disciplines.
ALL Institute Faculty and Instructors are very carefully and competitively selected, and, extensively tested in order to be accepted as official Faculty. Once accepted, they are required to participate in "continuing education programs", and, must successfully pass periodic examinations to the Board's full satisfaction.
David Dadoun maintains a highly diversified and extensive resume in the fields of International Intelligence, Undercover Operations, Counter-Terrorism, Executive Protection, Physical Security and Specialized Investigations. During his career, covering a span of 35 years, Mr. Dadoun has acquired an in-depth exposure to these varied specialties. At present, Mr. Dadoun is deeply involved as the founder and Program Director of the Police Science Institute, and, as the Executive Director of the Sterling Merchant Group.
Police Science Institute offers a highly diverse variety of courses in the various Investigation and Security fields. Participants seeking to develop a career in either discipline can choose from a wide spectrum of courses. All courses are designed to develop both the practical and managerial skills required to successfully work in these venues.
Police Science Institute is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in both education and employment. The Institute does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, religion, disability, age, veteran status, nor national / ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies and other Institute-administered programs and activities.