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  • 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.

  • Implementation of Police-Related Programmes – Lessons Learned in South-Eastern Europe

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    This lessons learned report describes and compares the challenges the Law Enforcement Departments (LEDs) of the OSCE field operations faced when they implemented their mandates. Furthermore, the report compiles and compares the strategies and practices the LEDs applied to cope with the challenges. This is the Volume 7 in the SPMU Publication Series.

  • OSCE Guidebook: Intelligence-Led Policing

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    This guidebook presents intelligence-led policing (ILP) as a modern and proactive law enforcement model, and a realistic alternative to traditionally reactive forms of policing for OSCE participating States. ILP, which has already been adopted in a number of countries in recent years with promising results, combines intelligence gathering, evaluation and analysis with informed decision-making procedures and mechanisms, thus providing more efficient and effective management of national law enforcement.

  • Guide: “My safety depends on me”

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    This guide, developed by the OSCE Mission in Skopje in co-operation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs, is intended for the pupils and members of prevention clubs within the schools.

  • Good Practices in Building Police-Public Partnerships by the Senior Police Adviser to the OSCE Secretary General

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    The aim of “Good Practices in Building Police-Public Partnerships” is draw together the common basic principles and characteristics of current concepts of community policing applied in the OSCE area and to reflect basic questions of what community policing is and what it is not. This book builds on the “Guidebook on Democratic Policing” and further illustrates the aspects of community policing, touched on in it. This is the Volume 4 in the OSCE Publication Series.