Policijos pareigūnų rengimas kai kuriose Europos valstybėse.
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The brief overview on vocational police education system in European countries based on researches of the scientists is presented in the article. Also, the author’s independent research and its findings on some issues on vocational police education are introduced. The article deals with the unequal vocational police education standards in different European countries. Some countries acknowledge higher (university) police education (Holland, Greece, Slovenia, Czechia, Croatia, etc.), while other counties acknowledge vocational police training (vocational – non-university) (Finland, Norway, Germany, Hungary, Macedonia, etc.,). Taking all this into account, discussions on the professional and qualified training of police officers, that meets the requirements of current police activity (market) arise. The presented overview on the training of police officers supposes the opinion, that it is necessary to establish common European standards of police officers training and unify the best practice and research findings in policing. College of European Police Governing Board heads this way and plans to establish European Police Academy that would be responsible for police officers training in Europe. Discussed problem projects towards the establishment of new model of police officers training, according to scientifically based policy in this field. It must be noted that author’s research, conclusions and propositions are related to the development of Lithuanian police officers training system, aiming at foreign police officers training experience transfer on the edge of the Republic of Lithuania integration into European Union.
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