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  • Campaign on promoting Police Inspectorate of Kosovo (PIK)

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    The campaign promotes the new powers of the PIK to investigate criminal offences allegedly committed by police employees, the PIK portion in investigating disciplinary violations and inspection of police management areas. The overall purpose of the campaign is to promote the PIK as a civilian external oversight mechanism of the police, as well as to enhance the public confidence in the police.

  • OSCE regional seminar on seizing and recovering the illegal proceeds of drugs and crime

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    The purpose of the seminar, organised by the SPMU in co-operation with UNODC, was to share knowledge, experience and best practices with European jurisdictions on asset forfeitures as a vital part of the war against organized crime and corruption.

  • OSCE regional training seminar on sexual abuse of children on the internet

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    This training seminar aimed at improving capacities of law enforcement authorities in Eastern Europe in the detection, investigation and prosecution of sexual abuse of children on the Internet through enhanced law enforcement international co-operation, coordination and information sharing.

  • Regional cybercrime training in South-Eastern Europe, Belgrade, Serbia

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    The event has been organised by the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit in collaboration with the OSCE Mission to Serbia and The Republic of Serbia Ministry of Interior with goal to build cybercrime investigation capacity in the Balkan Region and facilitate establishment of specialized cybercrime units.

  • Conference on e-learning, Belgrade, Serbia

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    OSCE organised a conference in which the concept of E-learning was introduced to the representatives of the Serbian MoI - especially the possibilities of its use in police training at all levels