The progress report was presented at the 11th session of Executive Steering Committee held on May 26, 2009. The report provides an account of achievements and progress made in implementing the OSCE police reform programme and sets out the strategic directions for 2009-2012, developed by the Ministry of the Interior of Kyrgyz Republic with OSCE assistance.
This report, produced by the SPMU, provides an overview of the sessions of the workshop that took place in Tashkent on 14-15 May 2008 as well as recommendations by the participants. Building capacity of national criminal justice systems in Central Asia and improving cooperation and information exchange between investigative agencies and central authorities were the aims of this workshop.
The Order stipulates measure and activities aimed at promoting the civil society engagement in the implementation of the police reform and also contains the Annex "Provision of the Public Council on the Civil Society Assistance to the Police Reform under the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan".
This report contains analysis of drug-related situation in Afghanistan and Tajikistan, description of criminal market of narcotic drugs and international co-operation in combating illegal drug trafficking in the region.
The pocket handbook was developed in 2010 by the OSCE Police Reform Programme for Kyrgyzstan for uniformed police for the first time in Kyrgyz and Russian languages to promote the culture of the rule of law among the Kyrgyz police.