The European Union together with the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) delivered modern ICT equipment to the National Police of Ukraine. Ukrainian police officers working together with INTERPOL and EUROPOL in fighting organised and transnational crime will receive 45 new computers and 45 monitors. In addition, 36 new computers, 54 monitors and 18 printers will be transferred to police stations in nine regions across Ukraine as a part of a community policing support programme aimed at building trust between police and communities through direct interaction and dialogue.
This equipment has been procured within the framework of the Support for Rule of Law Reforms in Ukraine in the Areas of Police and Public Prosecution and Good Governance (PRAVO Police) Project funded by the European Union and implemented by UNOPS in close coordination with European Union Advisory Mission (EUAM) to Ukraine. The overall objective of the Project is to contribute to reform of the Rule of Law system in Ukraine and to align its functioning with the best European Union and International practices.