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Eastern Partnership Police Cooperation Programme

The program aims at fostering deeper and more sustainable democracy in EU Eastern Partnership states, by supporting the reform of internal security and law enforcement institutions. The goal is to reinforce sustainable partnership between the EU and the target countries, and to increase police cooperation to reduce cross-border crime.

Timescale: March 2014 – June 2018

Partners: The project coordinator is the Polish Cooperation Fund Foundation, and the lead partner is the Polish Ministry of the Interior. Other partners include parties from five different countries – Finland, France, Germany, Lithuania, and Sweden – and the International Center for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD). The Eastern Partnership countries participating in the project are Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine.

Funding: EUR 5 million in total from the European Commission

Contact persons at the Police University College: Superintendent Pasi Kemppainen. Email addresses: [email protected]