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  • Interaction Between Journalists and Police Officers during Mass Events

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    This guidebook is a result of joint work between Ukraine's Interior Ministry officers and media unions’ experts as part of a project implemented by the OSCE Project Co-ordinator. It includes recommendations on their co-operation during mass events, the rules of safe conduct and a detailed overview of the rights and responsibilities of both the police and journalists. It is not available in English.

  • Police education and training systems in the OSCE region

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    This research was conducted in order to sustain the police training support aimed at adherence by the police to the rule of law and community safety, to improve the functioning of the police education and training system, and to address the challenges of the police education and training system remodelling as an essential part of the police reform by identifying the most promising national solutions of advanced education/training standards. It is recommended for a broad range of Ukrainian professionals dealing with police education and training (including basic and continuing training).

  • Kyrgyz police officer pocket handbook

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    The pocket handbook was developed in 2010 by the OSCE Police Reform Programme for Kyrgyzstan for uniformed police for the first time in Kyrgyz and Russian languages to promote the culture of the rule of law among the Kyrgyz police.

  • 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

  • Guidelines for operational police involved in community policing

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    These guidelines, developed by the Armenian Police in co-operation with the OSCE Office in Yerevan, define the general context and legislative framework, general principles, styles of policing, and also cover the issues of communication and behavior, problem solving and providing police response.