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Ground-breaking Security Service annual report will boost public trust and feed ‘appetite for reforms’
On 23 March, the Head of the Security Service of Ukraine, Vasyl Hrytsak, and the Deputy Head of European Union Advisory Mission Ukraine, Joelle Vachter, held a press briefing to mark the publication of the SSU Annual Report, which has been published and distributed in compliance with EU practices for the first time.
This week, the Security Service of Ukraine celebrates 25 years of activity. The past quarter century has seen many challenging moments for the organisation – the key task of the reforms currently taking place is to ensure that the SSU is well equipped to face the challenges of the present and future to provide security for the people of Ukraine. The security of Ukraine is part of the security of Europe.
EUAM provides support for State Fiscal Service to build an integrated competency-based HR management system
EUAM-supported ‘Police School Officer’ project teaches citizens of the future about road safety, substance abuse and bullying
Did you know that in Ancient Rome, people drove on the left so that cart drivers could hold a sword in their right hand while giving way to another driver from the left? These are the sorts of fun facts that the Patrol Police of Ukraine
have been using to inspire an interest in road safety among schoolchildren as part of a nationwide Police School Officer project, supported by the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine.
Top IT managers from National Police of Ukraine visit Romania to support development of Intelligence-Led Policing
From 6-10 March 2017, the Head and Deputy Head of the IT Department of the National Police of Ukraine took part in a five-day study visit to Romania, financed by the EU Advisory Mission Ukraine (EUAM). The purpose of the visit was to see how IT capabilities can be used for criminal and intelligence analysis.