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News | Program: Adjara Community Policing Initiative

ACPI Launches Third Programmatic Year | 21 Nov 2017

This fall ACPI started a new, third programmatic year and presented upcoming activities at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports of Adjara Autonomous Republic

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ACPI Follow Up Meeting | 7 Jul 2016

Adjara Community Policing Initiative (ACPI) program has concluded its activities for FY 1. Follow up meeting took place in Batumi to review implemented activities and identify challenges and best practices that might be useful for year 2 programming. The meeting hosted 10 police officers and 10 teachers from participant schools, as well as Deputy Minister of Education, Culture and Sports of Autonomous Republic of Adjara , Deputy Head of Programs Management Unit from the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia , representative from INL department from US Embassy in Georgia and Deputy Head of Adjara Police.  

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DRR(Disaster Risk Reduction) Simulation at Merisi Boarding School | 6 Jul 2016

On July 6th, simulation of a disaster risk reduction took place at Merisi Boarding School.

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Awareness Raising Event on Trafficking at Khikhadziri School | 9 Jun 2016

On June 9th, ACPI program visited Khikhadziri Public School in order to attend a community event dedicated to anti-trafficking information sharing among community members. 

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Police Officers Organize Basketball Game between Nigazeuli and Daba Shuakhevi Schools | 25 May 2016

On May 25th Basketball game between Nigazeuli and Daba Shuakhevi Schools took place at Shuakhevi Sports Complex.

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Teachers and Police Organize Community Meetings | 3 May 2016

Police officers and teachers from Adjara region have organized community meetings into their respective villages in order to plan community events.
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Students Visit Police Station in Khulo, Adjara | 28 Apr 2016

On April 22nd students from Daba Khulo and Ghordjomi schools paid a visit to Khulo Police Station in frames of Adjara Community Policing Initiative (ACPI) program, which is funded by Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL).
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