EUHLPAM assists in strengthening the newly created Analytical Unit of the National Anti-Corruption Center
A group of nine analysts of the newly created Analytical Unit of National Anti-Corruption Center are participating in a three-week criminal analysis course at the Polish Police Academy in Szczytno (18.02-8.03). The course has been organized as a joint initiative of EUHLPAM and Support to the Government of Moldova in the field of anti-corruption, reform of Ministry of Internal Affairs, including police, and personal data protection" and is funded by the EU. The development of criminal analysis is one of key elements of intelligence-led policing and of modernisation of the National Anti-Corruption Center.
This is the first group of criminal analysts from Moldova receiving such a specialised training based of internationally recognised Anacapa Sciences Inc. method. Participants will learn, inter alia, how to organise the analytical process, which methods to use and how to visualise and present its results. Skills acquired at the course will facilitate the development of both operative analysis with will support investigations and strategic analysis, which allow for identification of corruption risks and thus support the corruption prevention.
Oxana Gutu, Project Manager, EUHLPAM, firstname.lastname@example.org