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  • OSCE workshop on contemporary police training: E-learning

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    This workshop, organised by the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit and the Turkish National Police Academy, aimed to promote e-learning in police training, analyze challenges, share best practices, and explore options to improve and enhance police training.

  • Regional workshop on democratic policing: "Organisational and managerial issues in the police"

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    This workshop organised by the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU) with the support of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) aimed at disseminating the principles of the Guidebook on Democratic Policing, raising awareness of the good law enforcement practices and gaps, in relation to those principles, identified among police practitioners, experts and civil society organisations and identifying recommendations for the implementation of these good practices into daily work.

  • Conference on e-learning, Belgrade, Serbia

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    OSCE organised a conference in which the concept of E-learning was introduced to the representatives of the Serbian MoI - especially the possibilities of its use in police training at all levels

  • Regional Central Asian online forum on basic police training

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    The aim of the online forum was to facilitate a professional discussion among police trainers and training managers about the ways to improve the basic police training models (curricula aspects) in the countries of the region.

  • Regional roundtable in Central Asia on operationalizing the Guidebook on Democratic Policing

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    The aim of the roundtable is to raise awareness of the good law enforcement practices, identified in the Guidebook, among practitioners of the criminal justice system, policy-makers and decision-making structures of the relevant ministries and to identify recommendations for the implementation of these good practices into daily work.