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  • Training Manual on Police Integrity

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    Materials developed by the Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) on police integrity

  • Toolkit on Police Integrity

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    This Toolkit on Police Integrity focuses on police corruption and gives guidance to responsible police and political decision makers on adequate reaction when police corruption appears in their fields of duty. Using this Toolkit, readers will understand police corruption and its organisational impact and also the values of culture and ethics implemented in police services.

  • Not just a picture conference "The European Financial Coalition – working to protect children from sexual abuse"

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    The Not Just a Picture Conference was an opportunity to look at the activities and achievements of the EFC to date, allowing delegates to gain a good understanding of the collective knowledge about how the online, payment and financial environments are being exploited by offenders and the steps that need to be taken in the future to prevent the abuse of children in this manner.

  • One-day conference on the role of technology in the sexualisation of children

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    This one day conference, organised by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre in collaboration with Digivaardig&Digibewust, aimed to shed light on the world of young people and technology, the risks they face and how the child protection community can mitigate those risks and help young people to enjoy the virtual world safely.

  • 2008 Eurobarometer survery on safer internet: Towards a safer use of the internet for children in the EU – a parents’ perspective

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    For its 2008 Safer Internet Eurobarometer survey the Commission targeted parents of children between 6 and 17 years old from all 27 EU Member States. The main aim of the survey was to investigate parents'; perceptions and views on their children's use of Internet, as well as on the potential risks they may encounter online.