The Digital Library is a collection of documents created and supported by a community of policing experts. It is also a central repository of knowledge on all aspects of international police-related assistance.
Direct access to reports, international and model legislation, events, projects and links to international and national stakeholder organizations and help lines related to combating child abuse online
16 March 2012 - 1 June 2013
The purpose of this online forum is to facilitate discussion among civil society, academia and government stakeholders from OSCE participating States and Partners for Co-operation, as well as experts from OSCE executive structures and international organizations, on the use of community policing or police-public partnerships as part of a human-rights compliant and gender sensitive approach to preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism (VERLT). More
POLIS is the OSCE's comprehensive, multilingual online information system, that consolidates all aspects of law enforcement activities within the OSCE area, including police assistance, training techniques and funding opportunities. Our objective is to make this vast storehouse of information available to interested parties and to create a virtual community of policing experts.
POLIS is maintained by the Transnational Threats Co-ordination Cell.
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The Policing Experts Database provides a roster of highly qualified experts that OSCE and other international organizations can benefit from through consultancy-type services not exceeding six months.Find out more
Country profiles of the OSCE Participating States and Partners for Co-operation provide information about law enforcement structures and a general overview of the criminal justice system.Find out more