On May 26, the ICITAP-Serbia mission reported that it is moving forward, in cooperation with the Criminal Police University in Zemun, to implement a renovation project for this law enforcement educational institution.
On May 26, ICITAP conducted its first truly global town hall meeting, bringing together nearly 300 ICITAP staff members, personnel, and associates, representing 23 ICITAP countries across 12 times zones.
On May 21, ICITAP-Kosovo reported on how the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and quarantines have required new strategies to replace face-to-face meetings, mentoring and training normally used by advisors to support the host-country government agency.
On May 20, fourteen vehicles purchased with funding provided by the Department of State’s Bureau of Counterterrorism (CT) were released to the Somali Police Force (SPF) to supplement existing resources provided to ICITAP-mentored units.
In 1962 President Kennedy declared May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week that surrounds this day as National Police week. During this week we celebrate the contributions of law enforcement from around the country, but this year is unlike any other. The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored law enforcement officers’ courage and unwavering devotion to the communities they swore to serve and protect and put a new focus on one of the most dangerous aspects of their job, responding...
On May 13, the ICITAP-Indonesia mission reported that the Indonesian National Police (INP) continue to monitor the activities within their communities with a hands-on presence and via social media portals.