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  • Police Ethics - For preserving and personal and professional integrity

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    This handbook aims to provide the educational content that will serve as the basis for in-service training and as the supplement to basic and specialist training courses that already include lessons in police ethics. It is designed as a kind of tool and guide that will enable police officers to enhance and improve their professional, ethical and law-based conduct.

  • Guidelines for operational police involved in community policing

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    These guidelines, developed by the Armenian Police in co-operation with the OSCE Office in Yerevan, define the general context and legislative framework, general principles, styles of policing, and also cover the issues of communication and behavior, problem solving and providing police response.

  • Report on results of focus group research regarding public security concerns and experiences with local law enforcement in the Republic of Tajikistan

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    This report was produced by the Counter Terrorism and Police Unit of the OSCE Office in Tajikistan and reflects the results of the focus groups research organised with the aim to understand the role of the police and the perception of the police within the community.

  • Collection of policy papers on police reform in Serbia, Number 9

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    This collection contains three policy studies on police reform issues: on psychological support to police officers, human rights in police education and organized crime, produced by Belgrade-based civil society researchers, supported by the OSCE Mission in Serbia

  • Youth and Hooliganism in Sports Events

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    This new OSCE-publication covers the problem of youth and football violence in Serbia. It's making was supported by the Police Academy and the Interior Ministry of Serbia. It is based on a survey conducted in 25 secondary schools throughout Serbia on a sample of 3662 pupils. The survey addressed issues of football hooliganism, awareness of young people, involvement in fan groups, delinquent behaviour, alcohol and drugs abuse, and linkages to racism.