Meet Venia, the cutest dog border guard in UkraineAugust 02, 2019
Venia works at the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. His job is to detect drugs. Find out more about a service dog with overwhelming charisma.
What Ukrainian police can learn from their Portuguese counterpartsJuly 17, 2019
The law-enforcement system of Portugal differs to the one in Ukraine. The Portuguese Guarda Nacional Republicana (GNR) is a gendarmerie force that encompasses not only policing, but other security-related functions such as emergency-situations response or border guarding. “Analysis-based decision-making and engagement with the community are at the core of the GNR’s work,” reflected Olena Serebrennikova and Andriy […]
After over three years leading the EU Advisory Mission, Kęstutis Lančinskas is leaving his postMay 31, 2019
After over three years leading the EU Advisory Mission, Kęstutis Lančinskas is leaving his post. Find out what he, his Ukrainian and international partners and colleagues have to say about his time in Ukraine.
EU ‘Support for Police Reform in Ukraine’April 25, 2019
The EU ‘Support for Police Reform in Ukraine’ project was launched 2 years ago in order to make police more efficient and to increase public trust. Now, with the new policing approaches introduced, 420 police officers trained, 20 police stations renovated and new police cars donated, have a look how these results were achieved.
Meet Andriy Malchenko, a Ukrainian dialogue police officer, in EUAM Partner StoryMarch 29, 2019
Andriy is one of over 1,000 dialogue police officers in Ukraine. He was among the first trained by the EU Advisory Mission to work as such. Andriy started his career in the old militia, and after the ‘Revolution of Dignity’ served in the conflict-torn eastern part of Ukraine before joining the dialogue police. Andriy’s optimism […]
EUAM activities in the area of Rule of LawMarch 01, 2019
More than 70 investigative judges from all across Ukraine today took part in a seminar – organised by the European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) and the National School of Judges – that aimed to form an understanding of international standards for investigative judges in criminal proceedings, practices of the European Court of Human Rights, and to […]
Meet Olga Kakaulina – Communications Leader for Ukrainian Judiciary – in EUAM Partner StoryJanuary 29, 2019
In 2014, Olga Kakaulina became the Head of the Communications Department of Ukraine’s Council of Judges. Since then, she has been driving changes to make courts in Ukraine more open and transparent for society. The EU Advisory Mission has been supporting her on this path.
Twenty-four staff from Ukraine’s Civilian Security Sector complete EUAM ‘Leading the Change’ programmeDecember 21, 2018
The 2018 edition of EUAM’s ‘Leading the Change’ programme has been completed. This involved intensive training for 24 staff in various civilian security sector institutions, covering modules such as change management, public policy, analytical decision making, innovative thinking, human rights, and strategic communication. These are the people who drive reforms within their organisations. The good […]
Ghost bus travels around Ukraine to find real driversDecember 13, 2018
Too many drivers are metaphorically absent behind the wheel – they may be talking on a mobile while driving, they might not be wearing a seatbelt, or maybe they are driving while under the influence of alcohol. Luckily many other drivers are not absent. The Kerui project’s ‘Ghost Bus’, supported by the EU Advisory Mission […]
Meet Ilona – Ukrainian public servant of the new generation in EUAM Partner StoryNovember 16, 2018
Ilona Havronska from the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine has a strong faith in a prosperous future for her country. She is one of 24 participants of EUAM’s nine-month ‘Leading the Change’ programme that will be completed in December. The programme helps civilian security sector employees such as Ilona to build capacities to push for […]
Cars donated by EUAM help to police Chornobyl exclusion zoneOctober 25, 2018
“We do the same work as police in any other part of the country, just with some specifics” – this is how Ihor Artemchuk describes his work as Chief of Prevention Section of Chornobyl Nuclear Plant Zone police station, which patrols the large exclusion zone (home to 130 people today) established after the nuclear disaster in […]
Ukraine’s first community policing trainers Ihor and Anatoliy in EUAM Partner’s StoryOctober 05, 2018
Meet Anatoliy Povarchuk and Ihor Tsvilenko – the stars of our second #EUAMPartnerStory. With EUAM support, these experienced police unit commanders from Borispyl district are training their colleagues in community policing – a new concept for Ukraine. What are their thoughts on the experience? Find out from this video!
Meet Ilona from Ukraine’s Patrol PoliceAugust 17, 2018
The sky is the limit for this ambitious EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) partner. Starting out as a regular patrol police officer, within just two years Ilona Havrysh has become a senior inspector in a tactical unit at the police of Ukraine. At 28, she is studying for her third university degree. These are two facts […]
Community Policing explainedJuly 10, 2018
The National Police of Ukraine is working with EU partners to introduce community policing concepts in Ukraine. Community policing is a philosophy, which emphasises building links between the police and the community they serve. Watch this video and find out more.
EUAM congratulates National Police of Ukraine on its anniversaryJuly 04, 2018
Head of EU Advisory Mission (#EUAM) Kęstutis Lančinskas congratulated the National Police of Ukraine on its third anniversary. EUAM supports a strong and democratic Ukraine, and we support our Ukrainian partners in their efforts to create effective, accountable law enforcement structures that enjoy public trust