North Macedonia: ICITAP Delivers Presentation on Job Task Analysis Process to Executive Leadership
On January 27, ICITAP and the National Job Task Analysis (JTA) working group delivered a presentation on the INL-funded and ICITAP-implemented JTA Initiative, which is being developed for the police officer and criminal investigator positions in the Ministry of Interior, Financial Police, and Customs Office. The Director of the Public Security Bureau, the Assistant Minister for Police Training, the Financial Police Director, and the Customs Office representatives attended the event, which took place at the Police Training Center. The ICITAP-North Macedonia Mission Advisor addressed the audience to stress the importance of this science-based process and the benefits it brings to the law enforcement organizations in North Macedonia. He expressed ICITAP’s and INL’s highest appreciation to the working group members and the ICITAP advisors for their dedicated and professional work. ICITAP hopes to continue its support of the Job Task Analysis process, specifically to include assistance for curriculum development. The working group presentation was impressive and explained the overall JTA process, the digital platform created for this purpose, and the complex follow up survey activity which will include 400 police officers nationwide to get real data on the future planning and design of the training curricula. The ICITAP-North Macedonia mission is implementing the JTA initiative with the support of and in coordination with the State Department’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).
Updated August 11, 2023