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  • 2013 Annual Police Experts Meeting on “Improving the role of the OSCE in police-related activities: experiences and lessons-learned”

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    The purpose of this Annual Meeting will be to gather from the participating States and international partner organizations experiences and good practices in implementing community policing while implementing police reform with the aim to strengthen safety and security in participating States.

  • Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities in 2012

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    This report describes the police-related activities of the OSCE executive structures in compliance with the Ministerial and Permanent Council Decisions and Action Plans, listed in Appendix 3. The report provides information about the police-related activities of the TNTD/SPMU, other thematic units in the Secretariat, and the OSCE field operations. The HCNM and ODIHR Annual Reports on Police-Related Activities for 2012 are attached to this report in Appendix 1 and 2, respectively.

  • Self-assessment tool for nations to increase preparedness for cross-border implications of crises

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    This self-assessment guide, drafted by the OSCE Secretariat Transnational Threats Department's Borders Unit, is aimed for national agencies of, in the first place, OSCE Participating States and Partners for Co-operation who would deal with cross-border movements following a crisis.

  • Inaugural conference on tracing illicit small arms and light weapons in the OSCE area

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    The purpose of the conference is to discuss existing challenges related to tracing illicit SALW in the OSCE area, national and international best practice, existing international tools to facilitate tracing as well as identify regional/national priorities for enhancing tracing of illicit SALW.

  • Police Reform within the Framework of Criminal Justice System Reform

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    This Guidebook identifies the interfaces in the criminal justice process among the various institutions of the CJS and between them and other relevant governmental agencies as well as non-governmental security and justice providers and civil society. It elaborates on a number of good practices in addressing these interfaces in practical reform steps and identifies options for enhancing international co-operation in following a holistic CJS reform (CJSR) approach.