Founder, International Law Enforcement Training (ILET) Network
Adam Kinakin is the Managing Director and founder of the ILET Network, a community-based training platform designed for creating and facilitating international Law Enforcement training.
A former Infantry Officer with the Canadian Armed Forces, he held the role of Administration Officer, Platoon Commander, and was the Training Officer for his regiment. Prior to and following his time with the Canadian Forces he was awarded instructor qualifications from many Canadian Provincial Justice Departments and international organizations specializing in Use of Force, Defensive Tactics, CBRN, Instructional Design, Security Operations, and Security Management.
In July 2020 he created the International Law Enforcement Training Summit, one of the world's largest online law enforcement training conferences with an annual attendance over 10,000 with attendance from over 75 countries.
The ILET Network has created multiple partnerships with Federal, State/Provincial, and Municipal agencies, and NGOs worldwide which support the evolution of training for Law Enforcement and First Responders.
Prior to his service, Adam attended the University of Saskatchewan majoring in Psychology. He is currently beginning a Masters and Ph.D. program, specializing in Forensic Psychophysiology.