3 edition of OSCE police-related activities found in the catalog.
OSCE police-related activities
United States. Congress. Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
|Other titles||OSCE police related activities|
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The SPMU serves as the Organization’s main focal point for all OSCE police-related activities and is currently composed of nine teamstaff members. The selected candidate will be one of six Police Affairs Officers (POAs). The OSCE Gender Action Plan is committed to increasing the number of female staff in all areas of the OSCE’s work. As part of the Transnational Threats Department, the Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU) was set up to improve the capacity of participating States to address threats posed by criminal activity and to assist them in upholding the rule of law: it serves as the main focal point of all OSCE police-related activities.
Preparing for your OSCE examination Part 2 NMC - Test of Competence This booklet has been produced to support candidates preparing for Part 2 of the Test of Competence. This information compliments the Candidate Information Booklet and NILE material and will be updated regularly to ensure candidates receive the most current Size: KB. “Intelligence-led policing is meant to improve decision-making and management in law enforcement. One of its aims is to improve transparency and accountability, which are among the fundamental principles of OSCE’s police-related activities,” said Ambassador Eberhard Pohl, Permanent Representative of Germany to the OSCE at the launching event.
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The OSCE’s police-related activities are an integral part of the Organization’s efforts in conflict prevention, crisis management and post-conflict rehabilitation. Building capacities of law enforcement agencies of OSCE participating States and Partners OSCE police-related activities book Co-operation to be able to effectively counter transnational organized crime.
The OSCE’s civilian police-related activities are an integral part of its efforts in conflict prevention, crisis management and post-conflict rehabilitation, and have been expanded in order to assist in maintaining the primacy of law.
The OSCE, the world’s largest regional security body, is based on a comprehensive concept of security that recognizes that respect for human rights and functioning democratic institutions underpin regional peace and security.
OSCE’s police-related activities pertain not only to enforcing the letter of the law, but also to economic issues such as tackling corruption and money laun- dering, and to ensuring respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Furthermore, the OSCE has an extensive field presence in the OSCE re. Abstract. OSCE ’s police-related activities: Lessons-learned during the last decade Thorsten Stodiek 1 The OSCE ’s role in policing Within the last ten years, police-related activities have become a key component of the OSCE ’s post-conflict rehabilitation operations and have gained increasing relevance in the organization’s democratization and rule of law activities.
The police-related activities of the Office of OSCE police-related activities book Co-ordinator of OSCE Economic and Environmental Activities focused primarily on organizing national and regional workshops aiming at enhancing the fight against money laundering, and on developing a handbook that.
enhancing OSCE police-related activities. The decision tasked the Secretary General to prepare a report on police-related activities of the OSCE executive structures up to the end of It set out the concrete elements the report should include, namely an assessment of OSCE’s police-related activities, a forward.
Unit (SPMU) of OSCE’s Trans-national Threats Department (TNTD) is the focal point for the OSCE’s police- related work. The SPMU supports the Secretary General, the OSCE Chairmanship, the TNTD Co-ordinator, participating States and field operations in two key domains.
Firstly, it promotes police development and reform within the princi. the development of new or existing activities, and work by the OSCE Strategic Police Matters Unit (SPMU), to strengthen law enforcement activities within a country, region or on behalf of all the Organization’s participating States.
Its key activities include advising institutions on legislation, supporting the implementation and revision of their strategies and action plans, and organizing training courses for law enforcement officials, judges and prosecutors on issues such as cyber and economic crimes, corruption, trafficking in human beings, forensic examination, anti-terro.
The views, opinions, conclusions and other information expressed in this document are not given nor necessarily endorsed by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) unless the OSCE is explicitly defined as the Author of this document.
Our competency model The Model outlines an inventory of expected skills and behaviours that lead to excellence on the job. It provides common strategic direction to OSCE core HR processes and underpins Organization's work in recruitment. In accordance with the Ministerial Council Decision No.
9, MC(9).DEC/9, Police-Related Activities, Ninth Ministerial Council Meeting in Bucharest, 4 December and with the “The OSCE Strategic Framework for Police-related Activities”, the Annual Police Experts Meeting (APEM) provides a platform for dialogue on current topics of both regional.
The Decision tasked the Secretary General to submit a report by 1st April on police-related activities of the OSCE executive structures up to the end of and decided to devote the Annual Police Experts Meeting to the topic of further enhancing OSCE police-related activities.
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 2. The report provides information about the police-related activities of the SPMU, other thematic units in the Secretariat, and the OSCE field operations.
The Annual Report of the Secretary General on Police-Related Activities provides a comprehensive overview of all police-related projects, activities and events, which draw on the combined strength of the OSCE’s Institutions and its network of field operations, often cutting across the OSCE’s three security dimensions.
OSCE support materials We encourage you to familiarise yourself with these documents, which are available on the test centres’ online learning platforms.
As new scenarios and skill stations are introduced, the test centres will make new documentation available. This list reflects what is available as of August Get this from a library. OSCE police-related activities: briefing of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. [United States.
Congress. Commission on. This report was submitted in accordance with Permanent Council Decision No. /09 and includes assessment of OSCE's police-related activities, a forward-looking perspective and long-term strategic-recommendations.
Read more about Report by the OSCE Secretary General on police-related activities of the OSCE executive structures up to the end of.
in-Office and the OSCE field operations and to respond to requests from participating States by providing needs assessments, expert advice and on-site assistance on police-related activities. The Unit’s activities reflect the priorities designated by the OSCE Chairman-in-Office and reflected in OSCE decisions.
The SPMU’s basic tasks include. Abstract. Within the last ten years, police-related activities have become a key component of the OSCE's post-conflict rehabilitation operations and have gained increasing relevance in the organization's democratization and rule of law activities in states of transition as well as in the promotion of international co-operation in the fight against terrorism and Cited by: 2.
During the eighth osce Ministerial Council in Vienna (), the Permanent Council was instructed to further examine the osce ’s role in police-related activities with a view to giving effect to the provisions of the just-described paragraphs 44 and 45 of the Charter for European : Alexey L.
Lyzhenkov.OSCE, Office of the Secretary General, Strategic Police Matters Unit, Report by the OSCE Secretary General on Police-Related Activities of the OSCE Executive Structures up to the End ofSubmitted in Accordance with Permanent Council Decision /09, Athens, 2 DecemberVienna