Serbia: ICITAP Joins U.S. Ambassador to Promote Impact of Law Enforcement Assistance

April 28, 2021

On April 28, ICITAP-Serbia Attaché Tim Faught led his team to deliver a robust and multi-media presentation about ICITAP’s law enforcement assistance mission, covering the context, history, successes, challenges, and opportunities of ICITAP’s work in Serbia. Since 2004, ICITAP has worked in close partnership with the Serbian National Police (SNP). ICITAP aids the SNP leadership in advancing the agency’s capacity to investigate and detect complex crimes, institutionalize organizational change, and effectively and efficiently manage a large police agency. ICITAP’s goal is to assist the SNP in becoming an elite modern policing agency, capable of cooperating and coordinating with regional and international law enforcement agencies, with the goal of EU accession. ICITAP also works closely with the Ministry of Interior (MOI), Police Directorate, the Border Police, the Customs Administration, Police University, and the Republic’s Public Prosecutors Office (RPPO). The U.S. Ambassador to Serbia delivered a series of exceptional remarks during the presentation. In Serbia, ICITAP works with the support of and in coordination with the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL). Thanks to ICITAP’s partnership with DOJ’s Office of Public Affairs (OPA) and the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade, OPA released the following tweet:

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