- CERC supports reform implementation in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Kramatorsk, Slovyansk, Mariupol, Severodonetsk, Rubizhne, Lysychansk, Kropivntskiy, Vinnytsa, Chernihiv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhhorod, and Mukhachevo.
- The project builds productive relationships between the police, citizens, NGOs, local government, and local media through events with libraries, NGOs, and others.
- Since the project began, nearly 11,000 Ukrainian citizens attended more than 300 community engagement events and met with 800 police officers. Thirty-six percent of participants report more positive attitudes toward patrol police due to direct interaction with the police officers. Sixty-five percent of respondents report increased understanding of police reform after an event.
- Nearly 200 media professionals have attended CERC’s Media Briefings and established better communication channels between police press officers and media. As a result, 58% of journalists published articles about police within the first three months of the briefing.
- CERC’s conducted a highly visible information campaign to raise awareness about issues such as domestic violence and drunk driving. The campaign reached 1.5 million people in six target cities. Citizens who saw it demonstrated higher awareness of overall police reforms.