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  • Youth and Hooliganism in Sports Events

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    This new OSCE-publication covers the problem of youth and football violence in Serbia. It's making was supported by the Police Academy and the Interior Ministry of Serbia. It is based on a survey conducted in 25 secondary schools throughout Serbia on a sample of 3662 pupils. The survey addressed issues of football hooliganism, awareness of young people, involvement in fan groups, delinquent behaviour, alcohol and drugs abuse, and linkages to racism.

  • Collection of policy papers on police reform in Serbia, Number 9

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    This collection contains three policy studies on police reform issues: on psychological support to police officers, human rights in police education and organized crime, produced by Belgrade-based civil society researchers, supported by the OSCE Mission in Serbia

  • Reference Guide to Criminal Procedure

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    The Guide was produced by the High Level Working Group on Criminal Procedure ("Brussels Working Group"), which was established on the initiative of the Belgian OSCE Chairmanship in 2006. This group comprised the experts from the international organisations and the national authortities of different participating States in order to reflect criminal justice systems within the OSCE area and guarantee an approach based on international law. This is the Volume 2 in the SPMU Publication Series.

  • The Role of Capacity-Building in Police Reform

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    This book is about the nature of police capacity-building and its specific role in support of the process of reform in police organizations in transition states, particularly those in a post-conflict period.

  • Guidebook on Democratic Policing by the Senior Police Adviser to the OSCE Secretary General

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    The Guidebook is designed to assist OSCE staff dealing with police and law enforcement issues, police practitioners and policy-makers working to develop and strengthen democratic policing, to serve as a reference to internationally adopted standards. This is the Volume 1 in the SPMU Publication Series.