To implement the project “Strengthening of Inter-Agency Cooperation and Increasing of Crime Investigation Quality in the Lithuanian Police” funded under the Norwegian Financial Mechanism, 15 multi-level training events were organised in the Criminal Intelligence Training Centre of the Lithuanian Criminal Police Bureau.
On 6-8 and 13-15 September 2022, the Lithuanian Police Forensic Science Centre delivered two training sessions (each lasting 3 days) – “Documentation of a location of a traffic accident (criminal offence) through aerial photography: identification of traces (objects), unified marking and planning and performing UAVs’ missions for aerial photography“ implementing the project “Strengthening of Inter-agency Cooperation and Increasing of Crime Investigation Quality in the Lithuanian Police” under the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021 Programme.
On 15-16 September 2022 a conference of criminal police heads of Nordic and Baltic countries, and their representatives, was held in Vilnius, which was the event to publicise the Project – “Strengthening of Inter-agency Cooperation and Increasing of Crime Investigation Quality in the Lithuanian Police” under “Justice and Home Affairs” programme financed from the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021.
On 12 July 2022 a publicity event of the Project under of the programme “Justice
While implementing a Project under of the programme of Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021, namely,
On 15-16 March 2022 and 5-6 April, the training course “Current Developments in Cybercrime Investigation” was delivered as part of activity 3.4.1 of the project “Strengthening of Inter-agency Cooperation and Increasing of Crime Investigation Quality in the Lithuanian Police” financed from the funds of the Norwegian Financial Mechanism for 2014-2021.
The training was provided for 30 officers of crime investigation units and for officers investigating crimes against property.
While implementing project No. LT06-4VRM-TF-001 “Strengthening of Inter-agency Cooperation and Increasing of Crime Investigation Quality in the Lithuanian Police,
In the implementation of the Project Objectives, the Lithuanian Criminal police Bureau has brought together a team of academic experts and practitioners to develop distance training programmes.
The combination of thorough analytical work and consistent methodological (academic) activities have led to the development of online training courses of the duration of 90 academic hours. They training courses involve interactive exercises, forums and discussions in the following areas:
Ongoing procedures in relation to contract conclusion with suppliers are currently being implemented in the framework of project no. LT06-4-VRM-TF-001 on software for fingerprint image enhancement and monitors of high-resolution capable of reproducing highly precise range of colours.
Nowadays when the society faces these tough times and where social communication customs are to be changed due to preventive COVID-19 restrictions, refresher training of law enforcement officials has remained one of the most important factors to ensure development of a result-oriented agency.
While implementing activities of Project no.