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  • Final report of the 2013 OSCE Conference on Prevention of Illicit Drug Trade on the Internet

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    This report, prepared by the TNTD/Strategic Police Matter Unit, includes the executive summary of the conference, summaries of the presentations and main findings and recommendations.

  • OSCE Guidebook: Intelligence-Led Policing

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    This guidebook presents intelligence-led policing (ILP) as a modern and proactive law enforcement model, and a realistic alternative to traditionally reactive forms of policing for OSCE participating States. ILP, which has already been adopted in a number of countries in recent years with promising results, combines intelligence gathering, evaluation and analysis with informed decision-making procedures and mechanisms, thus providing more efficient and effective management of national law enforcement.

  • Women and terrorist radicalization, Final Report

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    This is a report of two roundtables, jointly organised by the OSCE Secretariat's Transnational Threats Department/Action against Terrorism Unit (TNTD/ATU), Gender Section and OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR), with the purpose to enhance understanding of women terrorist radicalization and women's roles in preventing and countering violent extremism and radicalization that lead to terrorism (VERTL).

  • Enhancing co-operation among police, prosecutors and judges in the fight against transnational organised crime (Albania and Montenegro). Final project report.

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    The report contains state of play information at the national and bilateral/international levels in Albania and Montenegro with regards to systems, structures, practices and mechanisms, followed by conclusions and recommendations. This is the Volume 3 in the SPMU Publication series.

  • 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.