Trainings

Trainings

26.12.2023 admin Comments Off

From 2016 to 2023, with the support of the U.S. Embassy and the European Union, an international group of trainers conducted and continues to conduct a series of training sessions for employees of the National Police of Ukraine (investigators, operational units, Patrol Police), the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, the Court Security Service, detectives, and personnel of tactical units of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU). The training sessions include:

    – Methods and techniques of interrogation

    – Basics of operational-search activities and recruitment

    – Crisis communication training in wartime conditions

    – Managing human behavior during mass events or in crowds

    – Fundamentals of negotiations and working with hostages

    – Criminal analysis with elements of forensic informatics

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Short Coaches' Resumes:

Tomasz Tsihon – Former officer of the Central Investigative Bureau, Bureau of Criminal Intelligence of the Police, and Central Anti-Corruption Bureau. Holds a Ph.D. in Sociology and serves as a university lecturer. Worked as the Security Director for PZU Insurance Company (Poland). Developed and implemented training programs for undercover agents and recruitment specialists for law enforcement agencies in Poland. Graduated from various institutions, including the Higher Pedagogical School in Krakow and the Central European Police Academy in Budapest.

Pavel Tarnavskyi – Former police officer, instructor, and now a university lecturer and trainer. Previously served as an investigator for the EU Council’s Security Bureau in Brussels and the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague. Co-authored special training programs for undercover agents and experts in recruitment, crisis communication, and negotiations for law enforcement agencies in Poland and Ukraine. Graduated from Jagiellonian University in Krakow, the Police Academy in Szczytno, and the FBI National Academy in the USA.

Marek Shepanskyi – Former officer of the Polish police, active police negotiator since 1994, communicator, and member of the police negotiation group in Krakow. Successfully resolved numerous crises, including bomb threats, suicides, hostage situations, and ensured the safety of public events. Graduated from the Police Academy in Szczytno and completed negotiation training at Louisiana State University (USA). Currently works as the head of the municipal police monitoring service in Krakow.

Vitaliy Karpenko – a Ph.D. in Psychological Sciences, associate professor, practicing psychologist-consultant, hypnotist, and trainer. Co-author of training programs for professional and psychological training for employees of the National Police of Ukraine, detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, and employees of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. Specializes in crisis communication, negotiations, operational-search activities, recruitment, undercover work, and interrogation. Author of patented inventions in psychotherapy and psychocorrection. Expert in overcoming post-traumatic stress disorders and post-traumatic rehabilitation. Trainer in projects for UNDP, OSCE, USID, US and German embassies, Japan, Poland, and other organizations on negotiations, dialogue, facilitation, mediation, understanding, and non-violent communication. Member of the “Network of Dialogue Facilitators in Ukraine.”

Natalia Karpenko – a Ph.D. in Psychological Sciences, associate professor, practicing psychologist-consultant, hypnotist, expert in non-violent communication, PTSD resolution. Co-author of the educational discipline “Psychology of Non-Violent Communication and Facilitation” for psychology master’s students at Lviv State University of Internal Affairs. Member of the NGO Ukrainian Center for Non-Violent Communication and Reconciliation “Space of Dignity.” Psychologist-consultant for the training of mediators, facilitators, and negotiators. Participant in projects for UNDP, OSCE, USID, US and German embassies, Japan, and other organizations focusing on dialogues, facilitation, mediation, understanding, and non-violent communication. Trainer for special psychological training of National Police employees and NABU detectives. Consultant in child psychology, psychology of giftedness and creativity, and family relationship psychology. Participant in the “Network of Dialogue Facilitators in Ukraine.”

Ilya Dzhelgen – former police officer, graduate of the National Academy of Internal Affairs of Ukraine in Kyiv. Worked in the internal affairs bodies in the Departments for Combating Organized Crime in Donetsk, Zhytomyr, and Kherson regions, as well as in the Main Department for Combating Organized Crime. Currently, he is the head of the security service at “Imperial Tobacco Production Ukraine,” one of the world’s four largest cigarette manufacturers. In 2016-2017, he was a detective and the head of the detective department at the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine. Since August 2018, he has been working freelance for international corporations in the field of OSINT, brand protection from counterfeiting, internal and corporate security. Trainer in international training programs for the preparation of employees of the National Police of Ukraine, the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, and NABU.