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  • 2018 Annual Police Experts Meeting – Future Policing Strategies: Addressing Trends and Changes in a Globalized World, Vienna, Austria

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    Vienna, Austria
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    This meeting, organized by the Italian Chairmanship with the support of the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit of the Transnational Threats Department (TNTD/SPMU) will provide the platform for law enforcement experts, prosecutors and other criminal justice practitioners, governmental officials, as well as representatives from international and non-governmental organizations, civil society and academia, to share information and exchange views, lessons learned and best practices.

  • Launching event of the Arabic version of the OSCE Guidebook on Intelligence-Led Policing

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    Cairo, Egypt
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    This launching event is organized by the OSCE’s Strategic Police Matters Unit of the Transnational Threats Department (TNTD/SPMU), jointly with the League of Arab States (LAS).

  • Project: Inspector of prevention

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    The purpose of this project is design, develop and deliver, jointly with the MoI, a three-week training to 83 Inspectors of Preventions and 17 the Minister of Internal Affairs (MoIA) Local Trainers

  • Local prevention council

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    In the frame of Community Policing Program, Police Development Department (PDD) has identified the need to establish “Local Prevention Councils” (hereafter LPC) with the participation of key local stakeholders with the task to tackle, from a multi disciplinary point of view, the problems that the citizens face and, therefore, to improve the level of life in the community.

  • Regional roundtable in Central Asia on operationalizing the Guidebook on Democratic Policing

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    The aim of the roundtable is to raise awareness of the good law enforcement practices, identified in the Guidebook, among practitioners of the criminal justice system, policy-makers and decision-making structures of the relevant ministries and to identify recommendations for the implementation of these good practices into daily work.