National College
for Home Affairs
  • Bine ati venit
  • Starting with the 2008-2009 university year,
    M.A.I. founded The National College for Home Affairs
    within “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Police Academy
  • The experience exchange performed
    nationally, including with other colleges
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International activity


1. The delegates of the European Security and Defense College within the European External Action Service of the EU;
2. The delegates of the Bulgarian Ministry of Interior together with The National Office for Witness Protection;
3. The delegates of the German Federal Department of Public Administration College;
4. The National Defense College of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan;
5. The EUBAM (European Union Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine) delegates;
6. The ambassador of the Republic of Macedonia – dr. Pande LAZAREVSKI;
7. The delegates of the USA State Department, USA Embassy in Chişinău;
8. The Center of Excellence – Crisis Management and Disaster Response delegates from Sofia (Bulgaria);


1. Romanian Presidential Administration - National Security Department
2. Ministry of Home Affairs

Crisis Situations Management Center of the Public Order and Security System
M.A.I. Command Operational Center

3. Romanian Police General Inspectorate

Forensic Institute
Prahova County Inspectorate

4. “Vasile Lascăr” Police Agents School - Campina
5. General Inspectorate of Border Police

S.C.O.M.A.R. European Monitoring Center for the Black Sea
Border Police Training Center - Sulina
Common Contact Center - Giurgiu
Giurgeni Border Point - Galati

6. Romanian County Police General Inspectorate

“Ochiuri” County Police Training Center - Dambovita
“Mihai Viteazul” County Police Application School for Officers
Mountain County Police Training Center - Sinaia

7. General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations

Ciolpani National Center for Training Perfection in Emergency Situations Management - Ilfov
Ciolpani National Center for Coordinating Interventions - Ilfov

8. Galati County Council
9. Romanian Orthodox Patriarchate

Tomis Archiepiscopate


1. The E.U. Parliament U.E. – Brussels;
2. The Romania Permanent Delegation in Brussels;
3. The European Security and Defense College within the European External Action Service of the EU;
4. The Police Academy “Ştefan cel Mare”, Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
5. The Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies in Belgrade, Serbia;
6. The Romanian Embassy in Chişinău, Republic of Moldova;
7. The General Consulate of Romania in Cernăuţi, Ukraine;
8. The National University “Yuriy Fedkovych” in Cernăuţi, Ukraine;
9. The Police Officers International Training Center, Budapest, Hungary;
10. International Law Enforcement Academy – Budapest, Hungary;
11. The German Federal Ministry of Interior;
12. The Police University – Münster, Germany;
13. SELEC – Southeastern European Law Enforcement Center;
14. The Intelligence Academy in Turkey;
15. The Police Academy in Turkey;
16. Turkish International Academy against Drugs and Organized Crime – TADOC - Ankara, Turkey;
17. The European Union Border Assistance Mission to Moldova and Ukraine (EUBAM) – Odessa, Ukraine.