Almost 80 policemen and policewomen from departments for combating economic crime from the Małopolskie and Świętokrzyskie Voivodeships on 7-8 November this year took part in a training course in Zakopane. This was the third meeting in an educational series on the protection of intellectual property and combating TV theft on the Internet.
Training sessions in the form of lectures and workshops are part of the celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the Signal Association’s activities, and the entire series was held under the honorary patronage of the Police Chief Commandant. At the outset, Superintendent Jarosław Godos of the Police and Signal Association spoke about the police’s long-standing cooperation with the Association. Jarosław Godos from the Department for Combating Economic Crime of the Criminal Bureau of the National Police Headquarters. On behalf of the Police Garrison in Małopolska, Superintendent Wilhelm Moneta, Deputy Head of the Department for Fighting Economic Crime of the Regional Police Headquarters in Kraków thanked the Police for organising the workshops, while on behalf of the Świętokrzyskie Garrison, Superintendent Przemysław Cetera, Head of the Department for Fighting Economic Crime of the Regional Police Headquarters in Kraków thanked the Police. Przemysław Cetera, Head of the Department for Fighting PG of the Voivodeship Police Headquarters in Kielce.
The lecture part was presented by Signal members Teresa Wierzbowska, Paweł Watkowski, Piotr Wójtów, Karolina Makowska and Adam Jankowski. The workshop was conducted by Cdr Wojciech Warczak, Cdr Paweł Tański and Supt. Marek Miałkowski, daily lecturers at the Department of Crime Studies of the Institute of Criminal Service of the Police Academy in Szczytno.
Nearly 200 male and female officers from five provinces have already taken part in training courses organised as part of the educational series for the 20th anniversary of the Signal.