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  • Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities in 2012

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    This report describes the police-related activities of the OSCE executive structures in compliance with the Ministerial and Permanent Council Decisions and Action Plans, listed in Appendix 3. The report provides information about the police-related activities of the TNTD/SPMU, other thematic units in the Secretariat, and the OSCE field operations. The HCNM and ODIHR Annual Reports on Police-Related Activities for 2012 are attached to this report in Appendix 1 and 2, respectively.

  • Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities in 2016

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    The Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities provides a comprehensive overview of all police-related projects, activities and events, which draw on the combined strength of the OSCE’s Institutions and its network of field operations, often cutting across the OSCE’s three security dimensions.

  • Final report of the 2013 OSCE Conference on Prevention of Illicit Drug Trade on the Internet

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    This report, prepared by the TNTD/Strategic Police Matter Unit, includes the executive summary of the conference, summaries of the presentations and main findings and recommendations.

  • Understanding Hate Crimes

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    This booklet aims to help police and prosecutors, legislators, local authorities and civil society organisations better understand the problem of hate crimes. It explains the significance of hate crimes and suggests how authorities and communities can prevent and better respond to hate crimes.

  • 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.