Bringing expertise together
The EU Twinning project Strengthening the Capacities and Efficiency of the Security Academy - Albania supports the Albanian Security Academy to update its strategic vision and operational planning, build its human and other capacities, and enable knowledge sharing between Albanian, Finnish and Estonian experts in law enforcement training.
Objective: To strengthen the rule of law in Albania by improving the educational system for the law enforcement agencies, in line with the EU acquis, international standards, and best practices.
To improve the education and training capacities, scientific research capabilities, and the overall management of the Albanian Security Academy in delivering professional educational programs for Albanian State Police and other Law Enforcement Agencies.
Sub-result 1.1. The mandate and functions of the Security Academy (SA) are harmonized with the legal and organizational framework, in line with EU standards.
Subresult 1.2. Security Academy's administrative procedures, governance, and management are enhanced.
Sub-result 2.1. Security Academy's training and research capacities are enhanced.
Sub-result 2.2. Inter-institutional cooperation with other law enforcement agencies is fully functional.
Online / e-learning
Analyses, evaluations, benchmarking, and recommendations
Peer-to-peer advice and discussions
Workshops (strategic level)
Steering committee meetings
Meetings/communication with other relevant donors
Twinning projects support the development of administration and legislation in the EU enlargement and neighborhood countries. This is achieved by transferring knowledge between the beneficiary countries and EU Member States’ public sector organizations or other public bodies mandated by the European Commission (so-called Mandated Bodies).
Through Twinning projects, agencies in beneficiary countries and the EU Member States can share best practices, set up valuable networks and strengthen their international visibility. Twinning is an investment in the expertise of the participating agencies and serves as an incentive for the development of human resources.
For more information on Twinning, please visit the European Commission website.
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