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  • Montenegro Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment

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    The report is intended to provide help to all law enforcement agencies and state institutions in Montenegro, as well as other entities involved in fighting serious and organised crime.

  • Manual: How to respond to domestic violence with a special focus on Albanian state police

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    This manual is designed as a general guideline for all the stakeholders involved in the fight against domestic violence, with a special focus on the staff of the Albanian State Police, taking into consideration that they are first responders to domestic violence.

  • Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment of Montenegro

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    This assessment of Montenegro was conducted by the Montenegrin Police Directorate, based on the data from the current situation, dynamics and trends in serious and organised crime, with the purpose to allow law enforcement agencies and state institutions to better understand the situation in the country.

  • Police reform in Montenegro 2001-2005: Assessment and recommendations

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    The report provides concrete recommendations for the Ministry of Interior, Police Administration, other government institutions, as well as for the international community, which are meant to form the basis for future constructive discussions.

  • Seeking protection from domestic violence: A Handbook for Victims and NPOs

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    As part of the Women’s Access to Justice Project, the OSCE Presence in Albania has published this handbook by using a simple language and a “how to” approach (frequently asked questions). The handbook aims to raise awareness on domestic violence and the legal redress mechanisms available to combat it. More specifically, the handbook presents concisely the new law “On Measures against Violence in Family Relations”,which entered into force on 1 June, 2007, and provides practical guidance to victim