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  • Understanding Hate Crimes

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    This booklet aims to help police and prosecutors, legislators, local authorities and civil society organisations better understand the problem of hate crimes. It explains the significance of hate crimes and suggests how authorities and communities can prevent and better respond to hate crimes.

  • Cross-cutting issues — Crime prevention assessment tool

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    Part 5 of the Cross-Cutting Issues' sector of the Criminal Justice Assessment Toolkit, produced by the United Nation Office on Drugs and Crime and the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) to support joint programming at the country level.

  • Police Ethics - For preserving and personal and professional integrity

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    This handbook aims to provide the educational content that will serve as the basis for in-service training and as the supplement to basic and specialist training courses that already include lessons in police ethics. It is designed as a kind of tool and guide that will enable police officers to enhance and improve their professional, ethical and law-based conduct.

  • Cybercrime - A Practical Guide to Criminal Law and Case Studies

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    The OSCE Mission to Montenegro, the US Embassy and the Judiciary Training Centre, in co-operation with police, prosecution and judiciary experts have developed this guide for public prosecutors, judges and criminal police officers. The guide presents the basics of international and national criminal law framework, accompanied by concrete examples. Its purpose is to serve as a tool in the work of the police, public prosecutors and courts when processing the cybercrime cases.

  • Integrating a gender approach into police-public partnerships

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    This fact sheet, published by the Gender Section of the OSCE Secretariat, shows linkages between police-public partnerships and gender considerations. It aims at providing OSCE police advisers, their implementing partners and other relevant staff with an introduction to the basic knowledge of mainstreaming gender in community policing.