The Academy for Security Analysis begins final stage of training
The final stage of training of The Academy for Security Analysis started today at the National Public Security Academy (ANSP) with the arrival of participants from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras.
The director of the Academy for Security Analysis, Dr. Hung-En Sung, gave the welcoming words to the students, inviting them to work hard and to draw reflections on the different topics that will be taught. "We are already in the final stage of the first training that will culminate with a graduation ceremony on Friday, January 25."
He added that the interaction and participation will go beyond that graduation, since it is intended that students will share the results of their projects with the local criminal justice community and the general public in a dissemination seminar in Guatemala City in March and another in Tegucigalpa in September. "After these seminars, we will continue to keep in touch with you and continue working together so that we can maximize the impact of what we have learned and gained during this conference," he said.
Dr. Sung introduced the coordinator of the project, Walter López, who said that it was a privilege to have the participation of all the trainees. He stated that all the team members are eager to help the students and meet their expectations and objectives.
On this first sessions, Joel Capellán, University of Rowan and Jeannette Aguilar, Central American University José Simeón Cañas shared their knowledge about police action and development and indicators.
The Academy for Security Analysis is possible thanks to the support of USAID and is implemented by John Jay College of Criminal Justice and the Central American University José Simeón Cañas with the objective of strengthening the justice sector and citizen security in the Northern Triangle of Central America .