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23.09.14Police project "Skupa-j" brings about first positive effects on Roma integration

On 23 September in Dobruška vas, the police presented a project entitled "Skupa-j", which they had joined in 2013. It is aimed at preventing discrimination and promoting coexistence between the Roma and the majority population. 

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03.09.14Slovenian officers return from service in Croatia

On 3 September, Director General of the Police Stanislav Veniger received the police officers who served in Croatia during the summer tourist season. 

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13.08.14Police work at largest border crossing of Obrežje

On 13 August the police held a press conference about their activity carried out at the Obrežje border crossing, with particular emphasis placed on irregular migration. They also put the gear they use on display.

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17.07.14Veniger receives police officer leaving to serve in Kosovo

On 17 July 2014, the Director General of the Police, Stanislav Veniger, received police officer Dejan Lenarčič leaving to work with the EULEX (European Union Rule of Law Mission) mission in Kosovo.

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16.07.14Slovenia's and Austria's police chiefs meet in Maribor

Slovenia's Director General of the Police, Stanislav Veniger, and Austria's Director General for Public Security, Konrad Kogler, had a bilateral meeting on 16 July in Maribor.

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10.07.14Investigators seized more than 70 kg of illegal drugs within the successfully concluded international criminal investigation

This international investigation certainly confirms the fact that Slovenia still remains an important factor in illegal drug trafficking on the Balkan route. The country is located on traffic routes between South-East and West Europe, which are also used by various criminal groups engaged in smuggling illegal drugs and illicit substances in sport, weapons, explosives, people and other items.

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10.07.14Macedonian police learn about Slovenia's police training

Between 8 and 10 July 2014 representatives of the Macedonian Ministry of the Interior and the Police made a study visit to the Slovenian police in order to learn about the training provided in Slovenia to police candidates and to police officers throughout their career. 

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10.07.14Slovenian experts teach Macedonian prosecutors and police about joint investigation teams

Experts from Slovenia's Ministry of the Interior and the police co-taught the fourth workshop on the use of joint investigation teams to combat trafficking in human beings in the Western Balkans, which concluded on 10 July in Skopje. 

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08.07.14Ukrainian delegation brought up to speed with best practice of Slovenian police in suppression of crime

On 8 July 2014 a Ukrainian delegation visited the Slovenian police to be brought up to speed with best practice in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of corruption in Slovenia in terms of conflict of interest, transparency in public spending, access to public registers, and personal data protection.

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08.07.14Director General of the Police receives representatives of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

On 8 July, Director General of the Police hosted a reception for His Excellency the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Slovenia, Pieter Langenberg, and his delegation.

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13.06.14Tacen held its first conference on e-learning in the Police

On Thursday, the 12th June 2014, the Police Academy in Tacen hosted the first conference on e-learning in the Police. The authors of papers discussed the challenges of e-learning and related new pedagogical approaches, the development of e-learning, and the role of lecturers in further educating and training.

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12.06.14UNHCR and Police Academy organise third migration workshop

Between 9 and 12 June 2014, Police Academy hosted the third UNHCR workshop concerning border management and the protection of applicants for international protection and refugees.

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05.06.14Launch of Interpol's Turn Back Crime

Today’s event at the Port of Koper marked the launch of INTERPOL’s global campaign focusing on dangers of organized crime and its impact on our day-to-day lives. The slogan of the global campaign is Turn Back Crime.

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19.05.14Slovenian police officers help population in flooded areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In the aftermath of the recent flooding in Bosnia and Herzegovina, officers of the Air Support Unit saved people's lives and helped deliver medication, food and other essential supplies. 

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07.05.14Extremely effective police work in 2013 despite difficult circumstances and tight budget

The work of the Police in 2013 was presented at today's press conference. According to Director General of the Police Stanislav Veniger, the Police were extremely effective, particularly in view of the fact that they had to operate in extremely difficult financial circumstances. The same financial situation has continued into 2014. 

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