From 7 to 11 December, a training course on Standard Operating Procedures for 19 police officers was facilitated by the Office in Tajikistan. It enhanced the capacity of the police to understand the regulatory provisions of their work, and design and maintain effective Standard Operating Procedures in line with policies and procedures.
Two experts from Russia and Ukraine trained the participants who were mid-rank staff members of the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA). Participants also learnt about creating and reviewing Standard Operating Procedures and generating a system for implementing effective written procedures. The training course on developing Standard Operating Procedures was designed in line with international standards on police regulations and tailored according to the National Strategy on Police Reform.