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  • Police education and training systems in the OSCE region

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    This research was conducted in order to sustain the police training support aimed at adherence by the police to the rule of law and community safety, to improve the functioning of the police education and training system, and to address the challenges of the police education and training system remodelling as an essential part of the police reform by identifying the most promising national solutions of advanced education/training standards. It is recommended for a broad range of Ukrainian professionals dealing with police education and training (including basic and continuing training).

  • Evaluation report of the Investigative Interviewing course

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    This report gives overview of the three subsequent courses of the ‘Investigative Interviewing’ training held in the period of June - July 2007 by the Training Division, Police Development Department, of the OSCE Spillover Monitor Mission to Skopje. Analysis of the feedback forms from the participants and evaluation of the overall course are included.

  • Cybex e-newsletter on the fight against cybercrime — ENAC, No. 5, November 2009

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    The 5th issue of ENAC — a free monthly e-Newsletter for judges, technicians, prosecutors, lawyers, computer forensics specialists, human resources managers, jurists, law enforcement bodies, and any person that deals with electronic evidence and seeks to prevent cybercrime.

  • Final Report of the Regional Conference on Building Effective Central Authorities for International Judicial Co-operation in Terrorism Cases

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    This conference report produced by the TNTD/Action againt Terrorism Unit, includes some background information, summary of discussions, as well as the list of challenges 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.