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  • Civilian crisis management basic course for Kyrgyz and Tajik police officers

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    This training course, conducted by the International Training and Civilian Crisis Management Centre in Budapest, Hungary, aims to enhance the capacities of police officers so that they can participate in international peace keeping or similar missions.

  • National round-table on community policing

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    This round-table was a follow-up event to the community policing study tour of the Belarusian MIA delegation to Hungary, which took place in September 2010, and aimed to discuss the study tour findings and observations, thoughts, ideas and recommendations for further activities in the field of police and public partnerships.

  • Belarusian Ministry of Interior's community policing study tour to Hungary

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    The purpose of this study tour is to get familiar with the existing practices in Hungary on police tactics related to society-oriented policing: tools, mechanisms and practical top-down management of the implementation process.

  • Regional high level expert workshop on "Enhancement of co-operation in synthetic drug supply reduction in the Baltic region"

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    This workshop, organised by the Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU) in co-operation with the Lithuanian Ministry of the Interior and UNODC, aimed to develop preventive measures against production and trafficking in synthetic drugs in the Baltic region and strengthen a regional co-operation among law enforcement agencies, reducing the supply of drugs, improving international co-operation and raising public awareness.

  • 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.