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The Ertzaintza goes to Burgos to teach

The Ertzaintza goes to Burgos to teach

Jeickson Sulbaran

May 22, 2024 | 12:30 p.m.

The Ertzaintza and the Isabel I University join forces to strengthen training in Criminology

La Ertzaintza, in a strategic move to promote practical training of future criminologists, has signed a cooperation agreement with the Isabel I University of Burgos. This agreement, authorized by the Council of the Basque Government in office, will allow students of the Criminology and Security Sciences degree to carry out academic internships at the Ertzaintza for the next four years, with the possibility of extension.

A strategic alliance for training in Criminology and Security in Euskadi and Castilla y León

The agreement seeks to ensure that students of the Isabel I University can apply and complement the knowledge acquired during his academic training. This type of internship not only enriches the students' curriculum, but also prepares them for the exercise of professional activities, facilitating their job placement in an increasingly competitive market.

For years, The Basque Government has maintained similar collaborations with various universities in the Basque Country and other regions of Spain. These alliances allow students from different faculties and specialties to carry out external academic internships at the Ertzaintza, providing them with invaluable experience and a practical vision of security and criminology.

The Ertzaintza goes to Burgos to teach

The agreement with the Isabel I University is one more example of this policy of inter-institutional collaboration. It is expected that this initiative will not only benefit the students but also contribute to the strengthening the Ertzaintza as an entity that trains highly qualified professionals.

La Isabel I University, based in Burgos, is an institution recognized for its innovative approach to teaching and its commitment to educational quality. The collaboration with the Ertzaintza represents a significant step in expanding practical training opportunities for its Criminology and Security Sciences students.

The value of academic practices in the professional development of Criminology and Security students at the Ertzaintza

Academic internships are a fundamental part of the educational process, since they allow students to experience first-hand the reality of their future profession. In the case of the Criminology and Security Sciences, these practices are even more crucial due to the practical and applied nature of these disciplines.

The Ertzaintza, with its vast experience and resources, provides an ideal environment for students to acquire essential skills. Through this agreement, Isabel I University students will be able to participate in daily activities of the regional police, from criminal investigation work to public security management.

The agreement also reflects the commitment of the Ertzaintza with the education and training of new professionals. The regional police are not only dedicated to guaranteeing the safety of citizens, but also assumes a training role, contributing to the development of a new generation of criminologists and security experts.

In an increasingly complex and globalized world, collaboration between educational institutions and security forces is crucial. This agreement not only benefits the students and the Ertzaintza, but also has a positive impact on society at large, by ensuring that future security professionals are well prepared and trained.

The signing of this agreement is a clear example of how inter-institutional cooperation can promote educational quality and improve the preparation of future professionals. The Ertzaintza and the Isabel I University have set an important precedent that will undoubtedly inspire future collaborations between universities and security forces throughout Spain.

The synergy between academic theory and professional practice is essential to train competent professionals prepared for real-world challenges. This agreement, with its focus on practical training and the acquisition of professional skills, is a significant step in that direction.

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