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Session 2: Supply reduction of synthetic drugs and related measures

Category
Training Material
Subject
Illicit drugs and chemical precursors

Description

Selected presentations from the OSCE-wide conference on Combating the Threat of Illicit Drugs and the Diversion of Chemical Precursors entitled “Evolving Threat of Synthetic Drugs: from Addiction to Rehabilitation and Reintegration”

Subject
Illicit drugs and chemical precursors
Target group
Delegations, Experts, Government officials, International organizations, Law enforcement officers, NGOs
Keywords
drugs precursors, drugs trafficking and/or drugs distribution

Summary

Presentations include:

  1.  UK Domestic Controls: Different approaches to rapidly respond to emerging NPS - Lauren Comber, Head, International Drug Policy, UK Home Office
  2.  NPS-Fentanyl Impact and the Swedish Law Enforcement Response - Niklas Lindroth, Narcotics Specialist and Community Policing Officer, Swedish Police
  3. Drug Situation in Kyrgyzstan - Akylbek Segizbaev, Head, Unit for Tackling Synthetic Drugs, Ministry of Interior, Kyrgyzstan
  4. Reducing Supply in Synthetic Drugs-Strategic Approach and Capacity Building - Daniel Jedrus, Police Adviser on Organized Crime, Public Safety and Community Outreach Department, OSCE Mission to Skopje
  5. CARICC Contribution to Fight against the Spread of New Psychoactive Substances - Grigoriy Pustovitov, Director, Central Asian Regional Information and Communication Centre (CARICC)
  6. Central UDYCO Structure - Luis Alberto Bernardino de la Serna, Head, Operational Group Synthetic Drugs, Central Brigade against Drugs Trafficking, Spanish National Police
  7. International Cooperation Related to the Fight against Synthetic Drugs - Iwona Perkowska, Specialist, Drug Team, Europol
  8. Regional Cooperation in Southeast Europe - Robert Patrancus, Criminal Analyst, SELEC

Information

Added on
17 Jul 2019
Origin
OSCE Office in Tajikistan
Origin description

18a Ahmadi Donish Avenue
734012 Dushanbe
Tajikistan
Office: +992 37 2265014 /15 /16 /17 /18
Mobile: +992 988040434
Fax: +992 37 2265019
OiT@osce.org

Target group
Delegations, Experts, Government officials, International organizations, Law enforcement officers, NGOs
Keywords
drugs precursors, drugs trafficking and/or drugs distribution
Rights
OSCE