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Together with OSCE and the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine, EUAM yesterday carried out an international seminar on ‘Current problems in fighting cyber crime’. The seminar, attended by EUAM partners from the National Police, State Fiscal Service, National Anti-Corruption Bureau, and forensic experts, took place at the Kyiv Scientific Research Institute of Forensic Expertise.
EUAM today completed
a second round of human-rights training for the Security Service of Ukraine as a follow-up to the ground-breaking course launched in Lviv last October. A total of 38 SSU staff officers from Luhansk, Donetsk, Sumy, Dnipro, Zaporizhia and Kharkiv regions participated in this week’s programme.
In a quick follow-up to the launch of the criminal investigation ‘merger’ project in Boryspil police station two weeks ago, the National Police of Ukraine this week decided to roll out the pilot project at Podilsk police station in Odesa Oblast. The decision came amid discussions on reform challenges held in Odesa between the Head of EUAM, Kestutis Lancinskas, and the Regional Police Commander, Dmytro Golovin.