on September 12/13 the AEPC Conference „Virtual Reality in Police Training“ took place in Prague. 81 participants from 24 AEPC member countries attended the conference and shared their experience. During the Governing Board meeting the Vice Rector of the Odesa State University, Mr Maksym Korniienko (here with Ms Tetiana Voloshanivska – Head of the International Cooperation Department of the OSUIA) and the Director of the Israeli National Police Academy, Mr Coresh Barnoor signed the Memorandum of Understanding and have become new members of our Association. The President of the AEPC, Dr. Norbert Leitner handed over the certificates.
The Odesa State University of Internal Affairs – is a modern institution of higher education of the European model, with specific educational conditions, which carries out innovative educational activities, conducts fundamental and applied scientific research, and for many years has been an integral component of the personnel training system for various divisions of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
The Israel National Police Academy stands as a beacon of excellence in law enforcement training. Situated in the heart of Israel, this institution is dedicated to shaping the next generation of police officers with unwavering commitment to professionalism, ethics, and cutting-edge techniques. The academy boasts state-of-the-art facilities, experienced instructors, and a comprehensive curriculum that covers a wide spectrum of law enforcement skills. As a hub for international cooperation, it welcomes law enforcement professionals from around the world, fostering global partnerships, and promoting the shared goal of ensuring safety and security for all.