Bishkek, Feb. 9, 2018. /Kabar/. A delegation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kyrgyzstan headed by First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs Suyun Omurzakov, is traveling to Brussels, Belgium for working visit, the press service of the Ministry reported.
The visit was organized by the Belgian Federal Police and the Foundation for International Tolerance and Saferworld.
The purpose of the trip is the exchange of experience with the European Association of Belgian Police Officers in the field of crime prevention and public security, and strengthening the interaction of law enforcement agencies in Belgium and Kyrgyzstan.
During the visit, it is planned to get acquainted with the Office of International Cooperation, the work of police officers on the prevention of radicalism, police work with the public, experience of social partnership and gender equality issues, with the structure, standards and quality of police services.
The Foundation for International Tolerance and Saferworld, with the participation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kyrgyz Republic, implement a program of social partnership between the police, local authorities and the population in Kyrgyzstan.
The program contributes to the efforts of the Kyrgyz government and international organizations to improve security and public order. With the holding of a number of events, it is planned to create conditions for strengthening a trustful and respectful partnership between the police and local self-government bodies, and increase public confidence. The activities are funded by the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) of the US Embassy in Kyrgyzstan.
Within the framework of this program, 6 buildings for public preventive centers were built in Batken, Osh, Jalal-Abad oblasts and in Osh city from 2014 to 2017. Repair work was carried out in 12 public preventive centers worth more than 8.5 million soms. 16 public-preventive centers were provided with necessary furniture and equipped with office equipment for a total of about 4.7 million soms, as well as the program supported activities in 18 public preventive centers and 3 groups for the prevention of offenses for the amount of about 4.5 million soms, the total amount of the project is 17.7 million soms.