On May 14, two ICITAP-trained Ukrainian Patrol Police Master Trainers for the Mentorship Training Officer Project (MTOP) conducted their first course for 17 Patrol Police (PP) officers who will become mentors for new Patrol officers.
Today, the Office of Information Policy issued its Summary of Annual FOIA Reports for Fiscal Year 2020, which examines a range of key statistics related to the government’s administration of the FOIA.
On May 12, the Montenegrin National Police Directorate hosted a virtual assembly of the Police Chiefs Association of Southeastern Europe (SEPCA) as part of its annual duties under a rotating presidency. The meeting agenda focused on measures that can be undertaken by SEPCA members against organized crime.
On May 11, ICITAP delivered a presentation titled “Delivering Law Enforcement Assistance to Partner Nations During the COVID-19 Pandemic” at the 35 th Annual Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police ( ACCP ) conference to approximately 100 participants from across the Caribbean region.
On May 10, ICITAP provided technical assistance and guidance to mitigate gender-based and domestic violence by promoting an inter-institutional network called RECIVI.
On May 7, ICITAP-North Macedonia’s Attaché participated in the Ministry of Interior (MOI) Police Day celebration event. During the celebration, the Minister of Interior presented ICITAP’s Attaché with a plaque recognizing ICITAP's continuous support in the Modernization of North Macedonia's Ministry of Interior.
The Office on Violence Against Women joins countless others today wearing red to help give voice to the missing and murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives. I encourage you to read President Biden’s proclamation here . On this Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Awareness Day, we show our support for families who are grieving, and we recognize the tireless work being done by individuals across the nation to address the serious crisis. This crisis demands collaboration and action, not...
On May 5, ICITAP concluded a series of five separate roundtables, which began on April 21, with 50 Domestic Violence assigned Kosovo Police.
On April 29, the work of ICITAP’s tailored seminar, developed in partnership with George C. Marshall Center ( GCMC ), was reviewed in a governmental meeting of Montenegro’s Cabinet of Ministers.
On April 29, ICITAP attended the launching of The Center of Women Empowerment in Law Enforcement in Surabaya, East Java.