FRONTEX: Joint Curriculum on Profiling and Screening


The Agency for Education and Professional Training in cooperation with the Law Enforcement School of Szeged (Hungary), Training Centre of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of North Macedonia and Academy of Security of Albania took part in the project named: Increasing the efficiency of the Border Police measures in the Western Balkans' countries with regionally unified, Schengen compatible and harmonized training courses  by developing a joint curriculum on profiling and screening“.

The project has been fully funded by the European Border and Coast Guard Agency FRONTEX (project number: 2018/328/TRU).

The project activities took 12 months during which the nominated experts from four police academies drafted and agrred upon a training curriculum named: „Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, North Macedonia: A joint training curriculum on profiling and screening“. The curriculum has been approved by the authorized representatives of the institutions from the states participating in the Project.

The aim of the training is to gain knowledge and improve skills about the importance of profiliing and screening  necessaqry for efficient border police measures for the purpose of preventing organized crime, transntional threats, irregular migration and human trafficking, radicalization and illicit drug trafficking.





This activity has received funding from Frontex.

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