EU enhances HR management of law enforcement agencies in Kazakhstan
ASTANA - On July 26 an interdepartmental human resources (HR) meeting took place within the framework of modernization of law enforcement agencies and courts. The event was organized with the support of the EU project "Enhancing Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan" (EUCJ). The meeting was devoted to the discussion of personnel management in law enforcement agencies.
Personnel management, which includes professional growth of civil servants, modernization of consciousness and corporate culture, is one of the key components of modernization and transformation of law enforcement agencies. The improvement of personnel issues contributes to the introduction of standards for project management and trust in public institutions.
The event was attended by the heads of personnel services of the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Education and Science, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Committee for the Criminal Executive System of MIA, the General Prosecutor's Office, the Supreme Court, the High Judicial Council, the Constitutional Council, the Presidential Administration and the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Civil Service Affairs and anti-corruption.
Having familiarized with the experience of improving the processes of the General Prosecutor's Office of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the presentation of the international assessment report on the High Judicial Council of the RK, the heads of personnel services discussed general HR goals of law enforcement agencies, namely, changes in the areas of competence criteria, human resources planning, performance evaluation (certification) and selection of law enforcement officers. Participants of the meeting also discussed the possibilities of further interdepartmental cooperation in improving HR issues.
The EU project “Enhancing Criminal Justice in Kazakhstan” (EUCJ) is a part of the programme “Support for Judicial Reform in Kazakhstan”. The project is implemented by Northern Ireland Co-operation Overseas (NI-CO) in partnership with the Ministry of Justice of the United Kingdom, the Dutch Probation Service and the National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution, Poland.
For more information, please contact:
Mira Beisenova, National Expert on Stakeholder Relations of the EUCJ project, +7 7172 76 90 10 +7 7172 76 90 11 +7 7172 76 90 12 or e-mail: email@example.com or Elnara Bainazarova, Press Officer of the EU Delegation to Kazakhstan, +7 7172 974567 45 67 or e-mail: Elnara.BAINAZAROVA@eeas.europa.eu
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