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  • OSCE-UNODC Regional workshop on international cooperation in criminal matters

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    The purpose of this senior practitioners workshop, jointly organised by OSCE and UNODC, was to facilitate capacity building of the national criminal justice systems, with emphasis on the Central Asian region, to improve national and international legal co-operation and information exchange between the investigative agencies and central authorities from Central Asian region and other concerned countries

  • Working meeting for co-ordination efforts in combating transnational drug crime

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    The meeting organised by CARICC and UNODC aiming to promote exchange of information and coordination of efforts of the competent agencies of the countries in planning and conducting joint investigations and multilateral operations and utilization of CARICC coordination capacities

  • 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.

  • High Level Regional Meeting on Law Enforcement Co-operation in Central Asia in Combating Organised Crime

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    This event provided an opportunity for the leading experts to review the existing co-operation mechanisms, to discuss existing problems, to propose ways of enhancing of regional interaction and effective implementation of UN Convention on Transnational Organised Crime (UNTOC).

  • 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.