A seminar-discussion entitled “Police Reforms: Process and Challenges” took place

The Union of Informed Citizens organized a 2-day seminar-discussion for journalists on October 23-24 in Tsakhkadzor entitled “Police Reforms: Process and Challenges.”

The participants in the event were directly responsible for the reforms in the sphere, in particular the RA Deputy Chief of Police Ara Fidanyan, the First Deputy Minister of Justice Kristine Grigoryan, the Head of the Patrol Service, Colonel Arthur Umrshatyan, and the Adviser of the Ministry of Justice Amalya Hovsepyan. The report on US support for police reform was also delivered by Odi Holloway, Chief Advisor for Law Enforcement Support at the US Embassy’s Office of Fight Against Drug and Law Enforcement Cooperation.

During the discussion, the journalists were introduced to the process of police reform, strategy and action plan, as well as quite remarkable details about the admission of the new patrol service, education and daily life.

Within the framework of the event, a meeting was held with the new patrol police officers, who, in turn, presented the course of the first months of service and answered the questions of the participants.

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