Radoslaw Ostoja-Domaradzki was born in 1966 in Wroclaw/Poland. Graduated with Master's Degree at Academy of Physical Education (specialisation: judo) did also PR and journalism postgraduate studies at Wroclaw University. In 1995 joined Polish National Police, graduated from Polish Police Academy in early 1998. Since beginning of his Police career he worked as investigator focusing on violent crimes, engaged in homicides, armed robberies and sexual violence cases; since 2000 works as intelligence analyst. In year 2003 he was promoted to rank of Head of Analysis and International Cooperation Unit within Central Bureau of Investigation of National Police HQ in Warsaw (Polish FBI). In June 2005 he received a job at European Law Enforcement Agency - EUROPOL - with HQ in The Hague/The Netherlands; he worked there as Senior/Lead Analyst in the project TWINS (focusing on child sexual exploitation) within the Europol Cyber Crime Centre (E3C). Since October 2016 he is hired by International Criminal Police Organization – INTERPOL (with HQ in Lyon/France) as a criminal intelligence officer within a Crimes Against Children unit. He is a member of IALEIA since 2003 and active FIAT instructor. Between 2006-2009 he served as IALEIA Board Member (representing Europe) and a member of IALEIA Awards Committee. Since 2009 is elected for the post of IALEIA International Director.