November 2021 

EUAM news

EUAM assists creation of Ukraine’s National Coordination Centre for Integrated Border Management

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SSU reform and EU practices top agenda of expert roundtable in Kyiv
Global cybercrime  law-enforcement experts gathered in Ukraine to share knowledge and coordinate efforts

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#OrangetheWorld: End Violence against Women Now!

#ObverseandReverse: Prosecutorial reform, the two sides of the coin

"However, I cannot say that these are challenges. These are huge opportunities to build a European-style Prosecutors’ Office." 
"The biggest challenge, in my opinion, is to change the management and governance model of the Prosecutors’ Office. This is a very complex and long process."
Today we are starting a new series of interviews, ‘Obverse and Reverse’, where we invite a representative from the establishment, on the one hand, and an expert from civil society on the other, to show that besides coming from different backgrounds, they often have more in common than differences. This episode is dedicated to prosecutorial reform, and we are very grateful to Oleksii Boniuk, Head of Criminal Law Policies and Investments Protection Department, Prosecutor General’s Office and Volodymyr Petrakovskyi, Professor at Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, expert of the Center for Political and Legal Reforms, for kicking off the series.

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EUAM public order training in Dnipro

Last week, on the main square of Dnipropetrovsk State University of Internal Affairs (DSUIA), 214 officers from the Special Police Units (SPU), the National Guard (NGU), and the University were recognised for completing their basic training in Public Order. The training was significant as it followed the new concept for Public Order.

Spanish forces provide Ukrainian police with public-order know-how

Mission completed!  Up to 500 Ukrainian officers from specialised units of the National Police and the National Guard underwent the Public Order training delivered by an experienced EUAM Specialized Team.
Eight experienced public order trainers from the Guardia Civil arrived in Ukraine in early May and since then conducted training based on best European practices in Dnipro, Odesa, concluding the programme today in Kharkiv.
The training provided Ukrainian special police units with new public order approaches, namely the gradual use of force, crowd psychology, legal framework, new tactics, and using vehicles with different formations as a tool for crowd management.
For this purpose a special curriculum  was developed in order to support the Nation Police of Ukraine with the implementation of the new Public Order Concept adopted in Ukraine. These training sessions were comprised of seven different 12-day sessions.
The course was delivered within the framework of the EU-funded PRAVO Police programme, implemented by UNOPS in collaboration with the European Union Advisory Mission.
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