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  • 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.

  • Seeking protection from domestic violence: A Handbook for Victims and NPOs

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    As part of the Women’s Access to Justice Project, the OSCE Presence in Albania has published this handbook by using a simple language and a “how to” approach (frequently asked questions). The handbook aims to raise awareness on domestic violence and the legal redress mechanisms available to combat it. More specifically, the handbook presents concisely the new law “On Measures against Violence in Family Relations”,which entered into force on 1 June, 2007, and provides practical guidance to victim

  • Report on OSCE baseline public opinion poll on the performance of the Arabkir Police Department’s local Police Unit

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    This report, produced by the OSCE Office in Yerevan, on the results of the opinion poll provides a baseline measurement prior to expansion of the territory of the Community Policing Unit in Arabkir District of Yerevan city.

  • Regional Serious and Organized Crime Threat Assessment

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    The regional threat assessment was made as part of a regional project aimed at enhancing capacities for strategic analysis and strategic assessments in the Serbian, Montenegrin and Macedonian Ministries of the Interior and was implemented by the OSCE Mission to Serbia. International partners included DCAF and Europol.

  • Report on the OSCE follow-up survey on Acting Arabkir Local Police Unit

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    The purpose of the second, or follow-up, public opinion survey is to evaluate and measure the performance of the Arabkir Community Police Unit, and, where possible, to compare the current public opinion towards the police with the results of the previous public opinion survey.