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Police Matters Programme launched a training on community policing and on the prevention of religious conflict

Category
Mission Activity
Date(s)
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Subject
Counter-terrorism     , Community policing
Subject
Counter-terrorism     , Community policing
Date(s)
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Keywords
extremism

Summary

The OSCE Police Matters Programme (PMP) launched a four-day training course in Issyk-Kul for 25 senior and junior staff of the public security departments under the Kyrgyz Ministry of Interior from Bishkek city, Chui, Naryn, Talas and Issyk-Kul regions on good practices in community policing and preventing religious conflict.

The course is being conducted in co-operation with the Main department of Public Safety of the Kyrgyzstan’s Interior Ministry and the State Commission on Religious Issues under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic. Local trainers will familiarize participants on practical steps in establishing a community-oriented police force, how to effectively work with offenders and law-breakers within the community, and how to solve problems occurring in their community. Trainers will also highlight good practices in preventing religious conflicts on the local and community levels.

Information

Added on
05 Jul 2016
Origin
OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Keywords
extremism
Rights
OSCE