Assessment of the activity of the National police of Ukraine by polling public opinion
The reader’s attention is drawn to the results of a national study devoted to assessing police activity through a survey of the Ukrainian population.
Assessment of the activity of the National Police of Ukraine by polling public opinion (summary of the national report)
The research was conducted by the Kharkiv Institute for Social Researches under a joint project with the Kharkiv Human Rights Protection Group “Fight against torture, ill-treatment and impunity in Ukraine” with the support of the European Union
NPM against torture and ill-treatment in Ukraine:EFFICIENCY ASSESSMENT
The assessment was made possible due to support of the OSCE Project Coordinator Office in Ukraine
Monitoring of unlawful violence in the police of Ukraine (2014–2017)
The readers are offered the sixth instalment of the research on the spread of torture and ill treatment in the police of Ukraine, which highlights these latent and unpleasant things together with their causes.
Estimated 96 thousand Ukrainians were victims of police torture in 2017
Any improvement immediately after Euromaidan in the perceived prevalence of police torture and ill-treatment in Ukraine has ended. A survey just published found that the number of victims of unlawful police violence had risen by well over 200 thousand since 2015, with the number of alleged victims of torture rising from almost 63 thousand in 2015 to almost 96 thousand in 2017
Despite ambitions, Ukrainian police reform struggles
In 2015, Ukraine established a new National Police force to replace the country’s old, corrupt Soviet-style “Militia.” The move was part of the country’s reform efforts after the 2013-2014 Euromaidan Revolution. Today, however, reformers are calling into the question the progress and efficacy of the law enforcement reform.
SAFETY AND SECURITY OF RESIDENTS OF DONETSK AND LUHANSK REGIONS: CURRENT SITUATION, FACTORS, SPECIAL ASPECTS
This paper brings to attention of its readers the results of the annual monitoring study covering such matters as trust in state institutions, assessment of their performance, constituents of sense of security and dynamics thereof, day-to-day problems of locals influencing that feeling, and the readiness of the population itself to stand out to secure order in their residential area.
Police Reform and Human Rights
The article is devoted to the reasons for the inhibition of the police reform and the prospects for its continuation.
On the Competition for the Post of Head of the National Police
A brief outline of the first stages of the competition