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  • "Safe school" Project, Armenia

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    This project, organized by the OSCE Office in Yerevan in co-operation with the Dutch Police, was a follow-up to the study tour of Armenian Police officers to the Netherlands earlier in 2012 and addressed security problems in schools that include drugs and smoking, road safety, and cases of violence.

  • Study trip of Armenian Police Officers to the Netherlands

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    The aim of the trip was to familiarize the Armenian Police with the integral security policy, particularly with police-public partnership model used in the Netherlands as well as to discuss the possibilities to implement similar projects in Armenia

  • Police-public partnership promotion in the Armenian marzes

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    The project's goal was to increase and strengthen the level of cooperation between police and community

  • 2014 OSCE Annual Police Experts Meeting on "Enhancing Cross-border Co-operation of the Criminal Justice System in Combating Transnational Crime in the OSCE Area"

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    The Annual Police Experts Meeting, organized by the Transnational Threats Department's Strategic Police Matters Unit, will address direct cross-border co-operation between law enforcement agencies and the Judiciary with the aim to provide a platform for national authorities to exchange views and to improve the inter-ministerial mechanisms of co-operation in view of speeding up the joint responses against transnational criminal activities.

  • Online Forum on “Preventing Terrorism and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization that Lead to Terrorism: a Community Policing Approach”

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    The purpose of this online forum is to facilitate discussion among civil society, academia and government stakeholders from OSCE participating States and Partners for Co-operation, as well as experts from OSCE executive structures and international organizations, on the use of community policing or police-public partnerships as part of a human-rights compliant and gender sensitive approach to preventing terrorism and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism (VERLT).