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  • 2013 Annual Police Experts Meeting on “Improving the role of the OSCE in police-related activities: experiences and lessons-learned”

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    The purpose of this Annual Meeting will be to gather from the participating States and international partner organizations experiences and good practices in implementing community policing while implementing police reform with the aim to strengthen safety and security in participating States.

  • Public Order Management Course

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    The OSCE Office in Yerevan organized a 2-day practical training course for new members of the Police Patrol Regiment. The course covered various approaches to communication, proportionality in the use of force, negotiation techniques, police accountability, detaining procedures, etc.

  • 2017 Annual Police Experts Meeting: "CRIME SHOULD NOT PAY: Illicit Financial Flows and Confiscation of Criminal Assets. Countering Financial Proceeds of Criminal Networks"

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    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.

  • Public order management course

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    The OSCE Office in Yerevan organised a 2-day practical training course for new members of the Police Patrol Regiment. The course covered various approaches to communication, proportionality in the use of force, negotiation techniques, police accountability, detaining procedures, etc.

  • Public order management seminar for middle management

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    This one-day seminar was developed through the support of the Armenian police headquarters Public Order Management Department with the aim to acknowledge improvements in passive policing and to discuss the management problems with policing of non-passive incidents.