This year marks the 30th anniversary of the FBI's first such program, the National Executive Institute (NEI), which is designed for agency heads of departments with a minimum of 500 sworn personnel and a citizen population of at least 250,000.
What does NEI stand for?
NEI stands for National Executive Institute (FBI Academy)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 117 other meanings of NEI in our Acronym Attic
- New England Hi-Tech Charity Foundation (Boston, MA)
- North Eastern Hill University (India)
- North of England Homing Union (homing pigeon enthusiasts; UK)
- New England HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) Workgroup
- New England Horror Writers (est. 2001)
- No Enjoyment, Hard Work
- North East Hants Youth League
- National Education Institute (Slovenia)
- National Elevator Industry
- National Emission Inventory
- National Expertise Index (Canada)
- National Eye Institute (NIH)
- Nederlands Economisch Instituut (Dutch: Netherlands Economic Institute)
- Netherlands East Indies
- Network Element Integration
- Network Elements Incorporated
- Network Engineering, Inc. (Indianapolis, IN)
- Network Engines Incorporated
- Network Enterprises, Inc. (various locations)
- Network Equipment Identifier
Samples in periodicals archive:
Mr Conroy has spent time in the States studying policing at the FBI Academy and at the FBI National Executive Institute.
The FBI National Executive Institute Associates recently conducted a survey of agencies with more than 500 officers that had Web sites.
Users need nothing more than a personal computer and a modem to access LEO's many features, which include * Custom Web-type pages that present general law enforcement information using text, graphics, audio, and video * Areas reserved for members of special law enforcement groups, such as the National Association of Technical Investigators and the National Executive Institute * Bulletin boards, maintained by both general and specialized law enforcement groups, which allow users to download information for themselves and post messages for others * E-mail for secure, one-on-one communication between LEO members * A library of law enforcementrelated articles written by leading experts.