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  • 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.

  • Training of trainers on behaviour skills at Minsk Police Training Centre

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    The five-day training course was aimed at enhancing the Police Training Centre's curriculum by introducing modern concepts of necessary communication and behaviour skills, in order to better enable police cadets in their future professional interactions and communication with the population. The course was designed to train police trainers (train-the-trainer scheme) who will be using the acquired skills and knowledge for training their police cadets at the Police Training Centre.

  • Conference on police governance and accountability: Challenges and outlook, Limerick, Ireland

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    This conference brings together leading experts from across the globe to discuss these issues and developments from national, European, international and comparative perspectives. It aims to identify transferable strategies and processes that might be deployed to promote transparency, fairness and efficiency in combating police corruption and abuse and to mainstream human rights standards in police governance and accountability.

  • Digital Forensic Research Workshop (DFRWS) 2009 Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada

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    DFRWS brings together leading researchers, developers. practitioners, and educators interested in advancing the state of the art in digital forensics from around the world. As the most established venue in the field, DFRWS is the preferred place to present both cutting-edge research and perspectives on best practices for all aspects of digital forensics.