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  • Recommendations for improving communication between police and media at the local level

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    These recommendations were produced by the Serbian Public Relations Agency P.R.A. based on the surveys it conducted after four workshops, organized by the Democratisation Department of the OSCE Mission to Serbia, for Ministry of Interior Chiefs and Spokespersons of the Regional Police Departments.

  • Progress report on police programme implementation and perspectives of further cooperation

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    The progress report was presented at the 11th session of Executive Steering Committee held on May 26, 2009. The report provides an account of achievements and progress made in implementing the OSCE police reform programme and sets out the strategic directions for 2009-2012, developed by the Ministry of the Interior of Kyrgyz Republic with OSCE assistance.

  • Montenegro Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment

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    The report is intended to provide help to all law enforcement agencies and state institutions in Montenegro, as well as other entities involved in fighting serious and organised crime.

  • Report of the survey on Attitude of Citizens toward the Work of the Police (of Serbia)

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    The goal of the research, conducted by TNS Medium Gallup for the OSCE Mission to Serbia, is to investigate the attitudes of citizens about personal safety, problems at the local and the national level, their perception of institutions and of the reform of the police.

  • Regional Serious and Organized Crime Threat Assessment

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    The regional threat assessment was made as part of a regional project aimed at enhancing capacities for strategic analysis and strategic assessments in the Serbian, Montenegrin and Macedonian Ministries of the Interior and was implemented by the OSCE Mission to Serbia. International partners included DCAF and Europol.