Upon the invitation of St Giles language school (Brighton, UK) NAIA delegation – associate professor of NAIA Foreign Language Department Maria Levishchenko, cadets A. Dobrolezha, Y. Andriiash, N. Bondia, D. Basiuk, V. Kucher and O. Zharkikh – took part in a service trip to Brighton on March 11-24.
On March 22nd NAIA launched 1-day seminar on peacekeeping issues, law enforcement activity in postconflict environment and reintegration aimed at discussion of topical issues regarding police activities and responsibility in the conflict environment in Eastern Ukraine along with following reintegration processes.
On 21st of March the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) presented manual titled "Human rights and public order management during mass events" to invited guests and key stakeholders including representatives of MIA of Ukraine and NPU, Secretariat of VRU Commissioner for HR, аctivists and NGOs’ members involved in HR monitoring in the course of mass events, NAIA teaching and research staff.
On March 21st seventy NPU police officers (task force) completed their 11-day public security course with the participation of Swedish and Danish instructors aimed to excel their practical skills regarding tactics and methodology of mass disturbances management.
On March 15th NAIA Special and Physical Training Unit with the support of UNDSS (UN Department for Security and Safety) held training session «Practical aspects of UN personnel safety ensuring in the field environment».
Head of NAIA Research Laboratory on Criminal Police Issues Oleksandr Striltsiv took part in Regional meeting «Methadone maintenance therapy: law enforcement perspective» held in Astana (Kazakhstan).
On March 5thpublic security training for NPU staff started at the premises of Vyshgorod basic professional training center «Police Academy».
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