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  • FYROM Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA)

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    The SOCTA report was drafted and adopted as part of the ExB project “Enhancing Capacities for Strategic Analysis and Strategic Assessments in the Criminal Investigation Directorates of the Serbian, Montenegrin and HC Ministries of Interior”. This activity was conducted with substantial Mission to Skopje support.

  • Macedonia Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment

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    This report is the first assessment of threats from serious and organized crime made in Macedonia, supported by the OSCE, the Government of Switzerland, DCAF and Europol.

  • Evaluation report of the Investigative Interviewing course

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    This report gives overview of the three subsequent courses of the ‘Investigative Interviewing’ training held in the period of June - July 2007 by the Training Division, Police Development Department, of the OSCE Spillover Monitor Mission to Skopje. Analysis of the feedback forms from the participants and evaluation of the overall course are included.

  • 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

  • Community policing in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: challenges and recommendations

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    This report is prepared by the Police Development Department of the OSCE Spillover Monitor Mission to Skopje and contains an overview of how the Community Policing concept has been developing in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, supported by PDD.