OSCE trains law enforcement officers from Azerbaijan and Georgia to investigate crimes
“The development of international training programmes is one of the major priorities of the Academy,” stated Givi Mikanadze, rector of the Police Academy. He emphasized the importance of building up the capacity of law enforcement officers in dealing with these new challenging phenomena and expressed readiness to continue supporting the OSCE in the organization of such regional training courses in the future.
The practical course used training material developed by an international team of experts representing law enforcement agencies of Austria, Belgium and the Netherlands under the European Multidisciplinary Platform against Criminal Threats (EMPACT) project. The project is supported by the European Cybercrime Training and Education Group (ECTEG). The course was delivered by the lead developer from the Belgian Federal Police, with the support of an expert from the OSCE.