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  • Training of trainers on behaviour skills at Minsk Police Training Centre

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    The five-day training course was aimed at enhancing the Police Training Centre's curriculum by introducing modern concepts of necessary communication and behaviour skills, in order to better enable police cadets in their future professional interactions and communication with the population. The course was designed to train police trainers (train-the-trainer scheme) who will be using the acquired skills and knowledge for training their police cadets at the Police Training Centre.

  • Regional Central Asian online forum on basic police training

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    The aim of the online forum was to facilitate a professional discussion among police trainers and training managers about the ways to improve the basic police training models (curricula aspects) in the countries of the region.

  • Workshop on democratic policing: police powers and oversight mechanisms, Minsk, Belarus

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    This workshop aimed at raising awareness of the good law enforcement practices and gaps identified among practitioners of the criminal justice system, policy makers and decision-making structures of relevant Ministries, as well as to identify recommendations for the implementation of these good practices into daily work.

  • Law enforcement officer programme on combating hate crime

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    The goal of the programme is to provide participating States with the expertise and tools required to train their law enforcement officials to respond effectively to hate crimes and to enforce relevant hate crimes legislation.

  • 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.