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31 March 2020

Activity Details (ID# 33347)  

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Title Cascade seminars on community policing 
Description Subsequent cascade trainings will take place on community policing. The CoE will supervise the first two trainings. 
Status Completed 
Date 21/11/2011 - 23/11/2011 
Location Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
Countries CoE Members: Republic of Moldova
  Joint Programme Activity - MLD-DemSupport
Joint Programme EC/CoE
JP MLD-DemSupport - Democracy Support Programme    (Logframe)  (Activities)
Project Purpose 2 - 2010/DGHL/JP/2445   Ensuring accountability for human rights violations
Expected Result 2.2 - A core group of police officers’ and prosecutors’ trainers is established.
Council of Europe Programme of Activities
I – Rule of Law
Line of Action ⇒ II.1 – Ensuring Justice
Programme ☆ II.1.2  Prisons and Police

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Directorate (Service) Human Rights and Legal Affairs (Cooperation - Legal and Human Rights Capacity Building Department)
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Last Modified 25/11/2011 

Activity Synopsis (ID# 33347) (Hide Synopsis)

Objective(s) The Joint Programme between the Council of Europe and the European Union “Democracy Support in Moldova” in co-operation with the Police Academy “Stefan cel Mare” organised training seminars on community policing for traffic police officers and patrol officers. 
Output/Results On 22-23 November 2011 six teachers of the Police Academy “Stefan cel Mare”, trained within the framework of the training of trainers seminar on community policing in October 2011, delivered trainings on this subject matter to about sixty traffic police officers and patrol officers.

These trainings aimed at making the police officers understand that the partnership approach to policing should be used in identifying and solving community issues. During the seminars real life case studies have been analysed for the purpose of showing how the police and the community should work in order to solve problems related to criminality, public disorder, safety and to improve the quality of life of each member of the society. The police-public partnership approach builds the community trust and confidence in the police service, which in turn leads to an increase in community intelligence and crime reduction. 
Conclusions/Follow Up Further efforts should be implemented in order to disseminate the concept of community policing among stakeholders and in the society at large. 
Participants sixty traffic police officers and patrol officers 
Consultants/Experts six teachers of the Police Academy “Stefan cel Mare”, trained within the framework of the training of trainers seminar on community policing in October 2011 
CoE Secretariat Nelea Bugaevski 
Total No. Participants 60 
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