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- General information
Within its mandate, the National Academy of Internal Affairs cooperates with a number of Higher Educational Institutions of the police forces or police forces of foreign countries on the basis of signed cooperation agreements.
Today, the Academy has signed cooperation agreements with 23 Police Educational Institutions of other countries, such as: Germany, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Armenia, Georgia, Denmark, Spain, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Lithuania, Latvia, Moldova, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia , Slovakia, Turkey, Hungary, Finland. These agreements provide for mutual exchange of experience on issues of common interest, mutual participation in scientific conferences and seminars, exchange of specialists for lecturing, educational, methodological and scientific literature, study of the experience of organizing educational process, conduction of scientific researches on crime combating.
The Academy actively cooperates with such international organizations represented in Ukraine: The European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM), NATO, the Council of Europe, the World Bank, the UN Delegation and the organizations, funds and programs working under its auspices. The Academy also cooperates with Representatives of the German political foundations: Hanns Seidel Foundation and Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
The Academy maintains liaison with embassies of partner countries of Ukraine, such as the United States, United Kingdom, Austria, Germany, France, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Georgia and Italy and other representative offices of foreign countries in Ukraine.
Working relationship with the Hanns Seidel Foundation (Germany) and the Bavaria Police as part of a joint Ukrainian-German project to create a new training system for the National Police of Ukraine is maintaining.
At the invitation of international partners, staff members of the National Academy of the Internal Affairs have been regularly taking part in training events abroad. During 2018-2019 a total of 76 representatives of the Academy visited 46 foreign missions to participate in educational and scientific events - conferences, seminars, trainings, sports competitions and contests.
In total, in the period 2018–2019, 92 events took place at the National Academy of Internal Affairs through international cooperation. The total number of participants was more than 10,000 people.
The experience gained by the representatives of the Academy during international events on the territory of Ukraine and in foreign missions is reflected in the scientific publications and educational materials of the Academy, and is also actively implemented in the educational process.
- Our foreign partners
Academy of Security of the Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Austria (https://www.bmi.gv.at/)
Police Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Azerbaijan (http://www.pa.edu.az)
Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus (http://www.academy.mia.by)
Law Institute of the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Armenia (now the Center for Legal Education and Rehabilitation Programs) (http://www.lawinstitute.am/)
Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia (http://www.policeacademy.ge)
National Police College of the Kingdom of Denmark (https://politi.dk/)
Estonian Academy of Security Sciences (https://www.sisekaitse.ee/)
Mogilev Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Belarus (http://www.institutemvd.by/)
Almaty Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan (http://aacademymvd.kz/index.php/en/)
Barimbek Baysenov Karaganda Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan (http://www.web.kzi.kz/index.php/rus/)
The Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kyrgyzstan Named after Major-General of Police Aliyev E.A. (http://www.amvd.kg/)
State Police College of the Republic of Latvia (http://www.policijas.koledza.gov.lv/)
Stefan cel Mare Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova (http://www.academy.police.md/)
Police Academy in Szczytno, Ministry of Interior and Administration of the Republic of Poland (http://www.wspol.eu)
Higher Institute of Police Sciences and Homeland Security, Ministry of the Interior of the Portuguese Republic (http://www.iscpsi.pt/Inicio/Paginas/default.aspx)
Alexandre Ion Cuz Police Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Romania (http://www.academiadepolitie.ro)
Police and Criminalistics Academy of the Republic of Serbia (http://www.kpa.edu.rs/en/)
Police Academy in Bratislava (Slovak Republic) (https://www.akademiapz.sk/)
Police Academy of the Federal Republic of Germany (http://www.dhpol.de)
National Police Academy of the Republic of Turkey (http://www.pa.edu.tr/?appcode=mainpage)
Police College of the Finnish Republic (http://www.polamk.fi/)
Police School of Catalonia (Kingdom of Spain) (http://ispc.gencat.cat/ca/inici)
Nicholas Romeris University of the Republic of Lithuania (http://www.policijas.koledza.gov.lv/lv/sakums)
Hungarian Police College (https://corepol.eu/)
Association of European Police Colleges (https://www.aepc.net/)
European Union Advisory Mission to Ukraine (EUAN) (http://www.euam-ukraine.eu/en/)
Delegation of the European Union to Ukraine (https://eeas.europa.eu/headquarters/headquarters-homepage_en)
Council of Europe Office in Ukraine (https://www.coe.int/en/web/portal/home)
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (https://www.osce.org/)
NATO Delegation to Ukraine (https://www.nato.int/)
United Nations Office in Ukraine (http://www.un.org.ua/en/)
World Bank (https://www.worldbank.org/)
Hanns Seidel Foundation (https://www.hss.de/)
Friedrich Ebert Foundation (https://www.fes.de/)
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