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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.

  • 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.

  • Final report of the public opinion poll on evaluation of police-public partnership

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    This document covers the data obtained by the M-Info Marketing Company for the OSCE Office in Yerevan during the Public Opinion Poll on Evaluation of Police-Public Partnership in Yerevan and the data analysis. The document does not contain subjective opinion or judgments of the M-Info concerning the survey, it only represents the data of the survey and interpretation of those data on the basis of the methods of formal analysis.

  • Final report on the public opinion poll on evaluation of police-public partnership in the marzes of the Republic of Armenia

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    The document covers the findings of the Public Opinion Poll for Evaluation of Police-Public Partnership in the Marzes of the Republic of Armenia conducted by the Proactive Society Human Rights NGO on the commission of the OSCE office in Yerevan. The Report does not reflect viewpoints and subjective evaluations of the Proactive Society Human Rights NGO, it is based solely on the findings of the Public Opinion Poll and their interpretations.

  • Report on the OSCE follow-up survey on Acting Arabkir Local Police Unit

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    The purpose of the second, or follow-up, public opinion survey is to evaluate and measure the performance of the Arabkir Community Police Unit, and, where possible, to compare the current public opinion towards the police with the results of the previous public opinion survey.