The EU Advisory Mission (EUAM) last week launched a three-week training course on criminal analysis using Intelligence-led Policing (ILP). Participants include 25 police officers from the Criminal Analysis Department, as well as analysts of the National Police of Ukraine and teachers from the National Academy of Internal Affairs.
The training will focus on operational analysis, strategic and tactical analysis, analytical software and tools for criminal analysis, open-source analysis and risk assessment.
ILP is the cornerstone of modern-day policing. It shifts the focus from reactive to proactive and preventative, ensuring that crime fighters are “one step ahead” of criminals, and giving police a strategic overview of crime in their jurisdiction so they can better allocate resources to the most pressing priorities.
The training is organised as part of the ‘Support for Rule of Law Reforms in Ukraine in the areas of Police, Public Prosecution and Good Governance’ (PRAVO Police) programme, funded the European Union and implemented by UNOPS in coordination with the EU Advisory Mission.
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