Partnerstvo za obrazovanje (ALBANSKI) - nostitelj Nives Dvorski

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The regional law enforcement training program “Partnership for Education” was initially designed in 2013 to share Croatia’s experience with European Union (EU) rule of law accession requirements with other countries in the region aspiring to EU membership. Specifically, the program has focused on methods in combating sophisticated organized crime and corruption, augmenting an initiative to establish regional law enforcement networks, and furthering law enforcement criminal intelligence and investigations.

Currently, the program’s focus is to enhance information sharing between Croatia, the United States (U.S.) and participating Western Balkan countries, and to strengthen regional capacity to combat transnational crime, corruption, and terrorism. Training courses are designed to develop and enhance the skills required to conduct effective transnational crime investigations. Establishing relationships and networks between participants ultimately increases cross-border collaboration, paving the way for coordination on future regional investigations. Subject matter experts from Croatia and the U.S. have been continuously involved in the development and implementation of the training courses since the inception of the program.

The time for a unilateral mindset towards investigating transnational criminal and terrorist networks has long past. Advancements in technology (internet/dark net, social media, mobile communication, 3D printing) and global connectivity make it easier for criminal networks to operate cross borders.  The challenges posed by present day transnational criminal and terrorist networks require an evolved form of policing that calls for a multidisciplinary approach by officers who are versed in modern methodology and technology. The “Old Code” principles may still serve a purpose when it comes to ethical and disciplinary matters, but in order to successfully combat modern challenges, law enforcement agencies must evolve as well – adopting a culture of information sharing and close coordination to effectively address increasingly complex threats facing the world today.

Partnerstvo za obrazovanje (ENGLISH) - nostitelj Nives Dvorski



The regional law enforcement training program “Partnership for Education” was initially designed in 2013 to share Croatia’s experience with European Union (EU) rule of law accession requirements with other countries in the region aspiring to EU membership. Specifically, the program has focused on methods in combating sophisticated organized crime and corruption, augmenting an initiative to establish regional law enforcement networks, and furthering law enforcement criminal intelligence and investigations.

Currently, the program’s focus is to enhance information sharing between Croatia, the United States (U.S.) and participating Western Balkan countries, and to strengthen regional capacity to combat transnational crime, corruption, and terrorism. Training courses are designed to develop and enhance the skills required to conduct effective transnational crime investigations. Establishing relationships and networks between participants ultimately increases cross-border collaboration, paving the way for coordination on future regional investigations. Subject matter experts from Croatia and the U.S. have been continuously involved in the development and implementation of the training courses since the inception of the program.

The time for a unilateral mindset towards investigating transnational criminal and terrorist networks has long past. Advancements in technology (internet/dark net, social media, mobile communication, 3D printing) and global connectivity make it easier for criminal networks to operate cross borders.  The challenges posed by present day transnational criminal and terrorist networks require an evolved form of policing that calls for a multidisciplinary approach by officers who are versed in modern methodology and technology. The “Old Code” principles may still serve a purpose when it comes to ethical and disciplinary matters, but in order to successfully combat modern challenges, law enforcement agencies must evolve as well – adopting a culture of information sharing and close coordination to effectively address increasingly complex threats facing the world today. 


Instructor: Nives Dvorski

Partnerstvo za obrazovanje (HRVATSKI) - nostitelj Nives Dvorski

Policijska akademija i veleposlanstvo Sjedinjenih Američkih Država u Republici Hrvatskoj i State Department, od 2013. godine zajednički provode projekt pod nazivom „Partnership for education“ (Partnerstvo za obrazovanje). Riječ je o ciljanim obukama za policijske službenike iz susjednih zemalja (Albanije, Bosne i Hercegovine, Crne Gore, Kosova, Sjeverne Makedonije, Slovenije i Srbije) koje provode američki i hrvatski eksperti.  Ovisno o temi obuke (modula) kao polaznici uključuju se i predstavnici tužiteljstva navedenih zemalja i drugih relevantnih institucija. Svake godine pridruženi partner projektu, u smislu angažiranja stručnjaka za pojedina područja, je neka od država članica EU. Tako je 2013. godine partner bilo Ujedinjeno Kraljevstvo Velike Britanije i Sjeverne Irske, 2014. godine Republika Austrija, 2015. i 2018. godine Francuska Republika te 2016. godine Republika Italija.

Nastavnik: Nives Dvorski