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  • Guidelines for Crisis Communication

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    The Guide for Crisis Communication determines the procedures in relation to the coordination of communication, both internally and externally in case of crisis. It states the roles, responsibilities and protocol of communication with the target groups during the crisis.

  • Understanding Hate Crimes

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    This booklet aims to help police and prosecutors, legislators, local authorities and civil society organisations better understand the problem of hate crimes. It explains the significance of hate crimes and suggests how authorities and communities can prevent and better respond to hate crimes.

  • Cybercrime - A Practical Guide to Criminal Law and Case Studies

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    The OSCE Mission to Montenegro, the US Embassy and the Judiciary Training Centre, in co-operation with police, prosecution and judiciary experts have developed this guide for public prosecutors, judges and criminal police officers. The guide presents the basics of international and national criminal law framework, accompanied by concrete examples. Its purpose is to serve as a tool in the work of the police, public prosecutors and courts when processing the cybercrime cases.

  • Guidelines for conducting negotiations

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    These guidelines, developed by the Armenian Police in co-operation with the OSCE Office in Yerevan, aim to give practical guidance for the use of communication and negotiation with citizens during day-to-day policing activities as well as those more complex situations like mass disorder.

  • Guidelines for the activities of officers of the police units involved in public order management and for the use of physical force, special means and firearms by these officers during mass disorders

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    These guidelines, developed by the Armenian Police in the co-operation with the OSCE Office in Yerevan, define the general context and legislative framework, general principles of use of force, special means and firearms and outlines the responsibilities of police and procedural requirements