Our mission is to support Ukrainian authorities reform the civilian security sector through strategic advice and practical support.
The mandate includes three areas of operations:
- Strategic advice to develop strategic documents and legislation
- Support the implementation of reforms with practical advice, training and equipment
- Cooperation and coordination to ensure coherence and reform efforts between Ukrainian and international actors
EUAM’s five priorities:
National and state securityReforming security and intelligence institutions and bringing these under democratic oversight
Organised and cross-border crimeStrengthening Ukraine’s capacity to fight crime and further develop Integrated Border Management
Criminal JusticeBuilding an effective investigation, prosecution, and judicial infrastructure so that justice is served for citizens
Community safety and police managementPromoting trust between police and communities through dialogue and professional police services
What will the five priorities achieve?
A Civilian Security Sector that is efficient, accountable, and enjoys the trust of the public
EUAM has identified five priority areas in supporting reform of the civilian security sector in Ukraine. These five priorities impact each of EUAM’s partner agencies in different ways. However, the Mission has also identified what we call «cross-cutting priorities» because they play a part in each of the five priorities and are relevant for all agencies of the civilian security sector.
Those three cross-cutting priorities are: