Modernization of training infrastructure to enhance training resources of the Ministry of Internal Affairs

Facilitators from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) will use a modern study room, which will enable the development of their training skills and capabilities for promoting ethics.

The Police Integrity Training Room has been renovated and equipped with interactive digital systems, demonstrating a shared commitment to modernizing and enhancing the training infrastructure. This upgraded space creates conducive environment for the professional development of MIA facilitators, fostering the exchange of ideas and best practices in the field of police integrity.

The inauguration of the study room was attended by Minister of Internal Affairs, Adrian Efros, H.E. Ambassador of Sweden Katarina Fried, representatives from the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance, Mr. Paulo Costa and Mr. Petru Țurcanu, and representatives from MIA’s Internal Protection and Anti-Corruption Service.

“The inauguration of the study room is not only a step towards the modernization of our training infrastructure, but also demonstrates our steadfast commitment to upholding the highest ethical and professional standards within MIA. We remain dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of our personnel and ensuring delivery of efficient and ethical public services”, Minister of Internal Affairs said.

The upgrade to the training room was made possible through the financial support from the Geneva Centre for Security Sector Governance (DCAF) and the Swedish Embassy.