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  • Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities in 2012

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    This report describes the police-related activities of the OSCE executive structures in compliance with the Ministerial and Permanent Council Decisions and Action Plans, listed in Appendix 3. The report provides information about the police-related activities of the TNTD/SPMU, other thematic units in the Secretariat, and the OSCE field operations. The HCNM and ODIHR Annual Reports on Police-Related Activities for 2012 are attached to this report in Appendix 1 and 2, respectively.

  • Self-assessment tool for nations to increase preparedness for cross-border implications of crises

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    This self-assessment guide, drafted by the OSCE Secretariat Transnational Threats Department's Borders Unit, is aimed for national agencies of, in the first place, OSCE Participating States and Partners for Co-operation who would deal with cross-border movements following a crisis.

  • FYROM Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA)

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    The SOCTA report was drafted and adopted as part of the ExB project “Enhancing Capacities for Strategic Analysis and Strategic Assessments in the Criminal Investigation Directorates of the Serbian, Montenegrin and HC Ministries of Interior”. This activity was conducted with substantial Mission to Skopje support.

  • Report on OSCE Activities in the Fight Against Organized Crime in 2011

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    This report presents an overview of all organized crime-related activities of the OSCE in 2011 and provides an update on OSCE’s activities in support of the UNTOC as well as the current status of ratification of the UNTOC convention among the participating States

  • Macedonia Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment

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    This report is the first assessment of threats from serious and organized crime made in Macedonia, supported by the OSCE, the Government of Switzerland, DCAF and Europol.