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  • Police Reform within the Framework of Criminal Justice System Reform

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    This Guidebook identifies the interfaces in the criminal justice process among the various institutions of the CJS and between them and other relevant governmental agencies as well as non-governmental security and justice providers and civil society. It elaborates on a number of good practices in addressing these interfaces in practical reform steps and identifies options for enhancing international co-operation in following a holistic CJS reform (CJSR) approach.

  • Memorandum on co-operation between the Police of the Republic of Armenia and the OSCE Office in Yerevan

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    This Memorandum on co-operation was signed by the Heads of the Police of the Republic of Armenia and OSCE Office in Yerevan in November 2008.

  • Implementation of Police-Related Programmes – Lessons Learned in South-Eastern Europe

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    This lessons learned report describes and compares the challenges the Law Enforcement Departments (LEDs) of the OSCE field operations faced when they implemented their mandates. Furthermore, the report compiles and compares the strategies and practices the LEDs applied to cope with the challenges. This is the Volume 7 in the SPMU Publication Series.

  • Good Practices in Basic Police Training – Curricula Aspects

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    This guide provides police educators with a core curriculum for basic police training for recruits aiming to become uniformed police personnel in democratic societies. This is the Volume 5 in the OSCE Publication Series.

  • Convention on Psychotropic Substances

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    The Convention establishes an international control system for psychotropic substances. It responded to the diversification and expansion of the spectrum of drugs of abuse and introduced controls over a number of synthetic drugs according to their abuse potential on the one hand and their therapeutic value on the other.