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Mission in Kosovo launches the joint Serious and Organized Crime Threat Assessment report of the Kosovo Police and the Albanian State Police

Category
Mission Activity
Date(s)
Subject
Organised crime
Subject
Organised crime
Date(s)
Region
South-Eastern Europe
Keywords
organised crime

Summary

In the frame of its extra budgetary project funded by the Swiss Government through Geneva Centre for Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF), on 8 November the Mission organized the launching of the joint Serious and Organized Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA) report, drafted by the Kosovo Police and the Albanian State Police. The event marked the finalization of this strategic document which was preceded by a series of activities where the core analysts from both police services acquired practical knowledge and skills on intelligence gathering, dissemination and analytical techniques on developing the SOCTA report in line with the EUROPOL standards. The joint SOCTA report represents the threat assessment of current serious and organized crime trends, including general threats to security, economy, society, and individuals in particular. The document is expected to serve the management of both police services as a valuable strategic tool, as well as contribute to enhanced capacities of these police services in preventing and increasing the responsiveness in combating serious and organized crime.

Information

Added on
19 Jan 2017
Origin
OSCE Mission in Kosovo
Region
Serbia, OSCE Mission in Kosovo
Keywords
organised crime
Rights
OSCE