About University: The Higher Institute of Police Sciences and Homeland Security is a police higher education institution that teaches the Police Officers Training Course (CFOP) and is installed in the building of the former Calvary Convent in Alcântara-Lisbon. The present building, resulting from the reconstruction after the earthquake of 1755, was successively occupied by several schools, until, in 1966, it was assigned to the Police School of Practice, being restored and submitted to works of improvement, made by the Ministry of Public Works And by the Public Security Police itself. First, it was adapted to the needs of the Practical School and later to those of the Higher Police School. At the beginning of the school year 1994/95 the new facilities of the Police High School were inaugurated, annexed to the old building, and from this date onwards, equipped with modern educational support facilities. In February 1999, the Higher School of Police was renamed the Higher Institute of Police and Homeland Security, in accordance with the Law on the Organization and Functioning of the Public Security Police (Law no. 5/99 of 27 January ). The project to create this Institute (still as a School), dating from 1979, aimed at gradually replacing the Army Officers to serve in the Public Security Police, by preparing and training Police Officers with higher education With the Training Course for Police Officers. The competence of this Institute to grant a degree in Police Sciences to the holders of the Training Course for Police Officers was attributed by Administrative Rule no. 298/94 of 18 May, which approved the curricular structure and syllabus of this course.
Public Security Police - https://www.psp.pt
Ministry of Internal Administration - https://www.mai.gov.pt
Police Practice School - https://www.psp.pt/epp
PSP Social Services - https://www.sspsp.pt
Twenty-First Century Squadron - https://esquadrasecxxi.psp.pt
Center for Judicial Studies - https://www.cej.mj.pt
The Association of European Police Colleges - https://www.aepc.net
European Police College - https://www.cepol.europa.eu
Doctors: Artur da Rocha Machado, Eurico José Gomes Dias, Felipe Manuel Pathé Duarte, Hermínio Joaquim Matos, João Fernando de Sousa Mendes, Joaquim José Assis Pacheco dos Santos, Jorge Manuel Castanheira Infante, José Joaquim Antunes Fernandes, Lúcia Maria de Sousa Gomes Gouveia Pais, Luís Fernandes Monteiro, Luís Manuel André Elias, Luís Miguel Rosado da Cunha Massuça, Manuel Monteiro Guedes Valente, Maria Constança Dias Urbano de Sousa, Maria Fernanda dos Santos Martins da Palma Pereira, Maria Teresa Esteves Payan Martins, Nuno Caetano Lopes de Barros Poiares, Nuno Gonçalo de Carvalho Canas Mendes, Nuno Miguel Simões Venes, Paula Maria Ferreira do Espírito Santo, Paulo Filipe de Sousa Figueiredo Machado, Pedro Clemente, Sérgio Ricardo Costa Chagas Felgueiras, Sónia Maria Aniceto Morgado. Masters: António de Abreu and Melo Bártolo, António Lourenço Gomes Pimentel, Artur Jorge Espada Caracho, Celso Jorge Pereira Freilão Braz, Eduardo Filipe Corrêa Rodrigues de Pereira Correia, Élia Marina Pereira Chambel Pires, Flávio dos Santos Alves, Helder Valente Dias, João António Barroso da Costa Andrade, João Crisóstomo Ferreira Frias, João de Freitas Raposo, José Alexandre da Silva Paredes, José Ferreira de Oliveira, Luís Filipe Jorge de Almeida Guerra, Maria Cristina Pimenta Coelho, Maria de Fátima Magalhães da Rocha, Paul Vickers, Pedro Francisco Manique Silva Moita, Rui Álvaro Filomeno Figueiredo Ribeiro, Rui Carlos Pereira, Rui Filipe Resende Melo Coelho de Moura. Graduates: Bruno Miguel Fena Torres, Cláudia Cristina da Silva Andrade, Fernando Fernandes Santos, José Emanuel de Matos Torres, Paulo Alexandre Nunes Nogueira, Pedro Miguel da Silva Pereira, Rui Francisco da Silva Teodoro, Tiago Rodrigues Pereira Silva.
ISCPSI / APAV Race: It seeks to instill in the student body the will to serve well and the spirit of leadership, working the moral and human components of integral formation and wanting to energize the image of the Police as an institution that intervene in a close and active way among citizens and the whole community , We developed, during the academic year, different solidarity activities.
Mountain bike: The MTB is a sporting modality that has as objective to tread paths with diverse irregularities and obstacles. The sport was launched in California, United States in 1950, prompted by the jokes of some cyclists looking for challenges other than on-road competitions associated with surfers trying to distract themselves from other activities on days when there were no waves. Among us, this project has as general objectives: Perform a BTT / Orientation test directed at the Student Company; Organize two tours, one intern for the entire ISCPSI community, and another open to the whole population with solidarity.