The workshop aims at strengthening the capacities of regional law enforcement agencies, their forensic units on detection of NPS and countering illicit drugs trafficking and thereby increasing awareness and knowledge on countering the problem of wide diversion of NPS.
The workshop was organized by the Strategic Police Matters Unit of the OSCE Transnational Threats Department and Ukraine’s Ministry of Social Policy, with the support of the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Ukraine and INTERPOL.
The aim of the Meeting is to introduce and discuss legislative instruments, co-operation mechanisms, multi-disciplinary/-agency approaches and law enforcement good practice examples, for the purpose of strengthening OSCE participating States efforts in countering crime and disrupting criminal networks through confiscating criminal proceeds and recovering criminal assets.
The Conference aims at fostering the best possible co-operation between governments, the Internet industry, police, educators, hotlines, NGOs, children charities, psychologists and financial investigators.
The workshop aimed to bring together police experts and representatives of civil society to review the first draft of the SPMU/ODIHR guidebook "Police and Roma and Sinti: Good Practices in Building Trust and Understanding"