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The European Union Advisory Mission Ukraine is this week in the middle of delivering three weeks (in total) of joint analytical training (or ‘intelligence-led policing’) to officers from the National Police of Ukraine, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau and Kyiv Police Academy, together with Romanian trainer-analysts.
How do police officers become effective leaders? And how do they motivate and manage the teams they are responsible for? This is what EUAM’s leadership training – being delivered in regions throughout Ukraine — is all about. In this interview, William Brame,
Advisor/Trainer on Community Policing speaks about how the leadership training has gone so far. a EUAM
Newly recruited local public prosecutors receive training on the European Convention on Human Rights
The public prosecution service of Ukraine has recently had an influx of new local prosecutors. According to figures provided by the General Prosecutor of Ukraine, Yuriy Lutsenko, 77% of all local prosecutors recruited during last year’s open competition are new to the service. It is hoped that the new prosecutors will bring new perspectives and energy to their jobs, but they also have specific training needs.
Integrated Border Management and Anticorruption: EUAM and Border Guards outline areas of cooperation