ARMENIAN POLICE-MEN TO MOVE TO EUROPEAN STANDARDS
Oct 23 2009
Armenian police will move to European standards. The move is part of
program reforms approved at working group’s meeting chaired by the
Secretary of Armenian National Security Council, Arthur Baghdasaryan.
The working group decided to submit a program for four-year term
According to the press service of the National Security Council of
Armenia, Deputy Chief of Police, Arthur Osikyan, said that the reforms
involve police facilities’ improving, strengthening of relations and
trust between society and the police, calling in fight against crime,
and providing public peace.
Artur Baghdasaryan, in his part, pointed the importance of compliance
with European standards, underlined the meaning of program reforms
in police, in particular, introduction of biometric passwords, he
also mentioned fight against drug trafficking and weapons, and the
introduction of a new educational system of training and retraining.