Arthur Troop Scholarship (ATS)

The Arthur Troop Scholarship, as a legacy to the IPA’s founder, is a professional education and advanced training bursary, with the aim of aiding IPA members in their professional careers.

Every year, serving IPA members are invited to submit their application forms to their national section to be in with the chance of receiving a scholarship of up atto €2,500 to be used for a seminar or training option of their choosing. Many of the awardees opt to attend a seminar from the wide range on offer at the IPA’s Education Centre – IBZ Gimborn in Germany.

The application period runs from 1st January to 31st March each year, with the successful awardees being announced at the  IPA World Congress later that year. To apply, please download the Arthur Troop Scholarship Application Form 2020 . You can also view the procedure for the scholarship .

NEW! IPA Australia member Stephen Onorato was awarded the ATS in 2018, and chose to use his bursary to attend the 'Security Threats within the EU' course at IBZ Gimborn. Read Stephen's report

IPA Brazil member Higor Vinicius Nogueira Jorge used his scholarship to attend a course at IBZ Gimborn on the application, technical possibilities, and legal aspects of using drones as a modern police resource: Higor Vinicius Nogueira Jorge's report (Spanish)

Read IPA Australia member Alannah Cooper’s report on her experience of attending a seminar at IBZ Gimborn using her Arthur Troop Scholarship.

IPA member Mark Camilleri from Malta was able to use his scholarship to qualify as an ASP Instructor: Mark Camilleri's report.

IPA member Shaukat Ali Sheikh from Pakistan attended the ‘Understanding Terrorism’ seminar held at IBZ Gimborn with his scholarship: Shaukat Ali Sheikh's report

Read IPA member Mark Lewis’ account of attending a seminar at IBZ Gimborn.

IPA member from South Africa, Claude Malan, attended a course on Cybercrime using his scholarship: Claude Malan's report

ATS Report Jennifer Jacobson - amendedATS Report - Mark Lewis