As reported by Censor.NET citing Ukrinform, both financial and technical assistance are meant.
According to Dekanoidze, the U.S. is ready to assist with training of Ukrainian policemen, including instructors. The head of the National police has not voiced the amount of the U.S.-promised assistance.
"First of all, I told about our plans and our needs. (...) During the talks, my message was clear that 2016 will be a key year for reforms in the National police," Dekanoidze said, noting that her time in the U.S. was a continuation of the dialogue started with the U.S. authorities during Joe Biden's visit to Ukraine.
Dekanoidze stressed that the U.S. have already provided significant assistance to the police, but there are other grand tasks on the agenda that require partnership aid.
Head of the National Police will hold talks about the police in Canada on Wednesday.
As reported earlier, the first National police recruiting center opened in Kyiv, which will search for, assess, and select police officers.