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Our vision of work is to ensure respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms to all persons in police procedures, including members of minority and ethnic communities. As the topic of multiculturalism is not only in the jurisdiction of the police, but in the whole of civil society, the police liaise with all institutions and entities active in this field, with representatives of local communities and the majority population, as well as representatives of multicultural communities. This way we exchange experience and develop new approaches for better work in a multicultural society.

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The police have been building a partner relationship with the Roma community for years, in particular by means of police work in the community and numerous operational and preventive activities.

Respect for diversity is closely connected with tolerance on the one hand and prevention of any discrimination on the other, which is why we also encourage equal treatment of women and men, integration of the principle of gender equality, easier reconciliation of professional and private life and good mutual relations. We strive for equal respect of all identities, ways of life and traditions.

MultikulturaThe Research and Social Skills Centre is responsible for strategic and operational tasks in the field of police work in a multicultural society and subcultural groups. For the joint coordination of work, the General Police Directorate also has a permanent working group that systematically, at all three levels, deals with the implementation of preventive and operational tasks in areas where special knowledge and approaches are needed for effective policing in a multicultural society.

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