The University enters into cooperative agreement with the Police and Border Guard Board
On Thursday, 13 February at 10 A.M. the Rector of the University of Tartu Volli Kalm and the Director General of the Police and Border Guard Board Elmar Vaher entered into a cooperative agreement including research and development activity, studies at the University of Tartu and in-service training for staff.
The signing of the cooperative agreement was preceded by a meeting between the management of the Police and Border Guard Board and the university’s Director of Administration Andres Liinat. The University of Tartu as well as the Police and Border Guard Board see a great potential for mutual development. According to Andres Liinat, the university has such a wide range of partners and therefore it is a pleasure to start a formal cooperation with the Police and Border Guard Board as well.
The University of Tartu and the Police and Border Guard Board see potential for cooperation for example in executing applied research, applying the research results of the university, offering vocational consultations, training employees with higher education according to the specifics and needs of the Police and Border Guard Board and offering in-service trainings.
The cooperation also includes several more specific domains, such as human geography, analysis of data, the analysis of the operating and outdoor environment of police, criminology and sociology of law, crime analysis, language technology, information management and working with information, materials technology, neuromarketing, reputation and image research, in-service training.