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The police officers that finished their work in an international peacekeeping mission, have been included after their return home in a reintegration programme, which enables an easier reintroduction in their working and living environment.

The reintegration programme was carried out for seven officers that returned from their peacekeeping missions UNMIK CIVPOL in Kosovo and EUPOL EUMP in Bosnian and Herzegovina. The programme was held from November 28 to December 2, 2005 at the vacation premises of the Ministry of the Interior, Na Skalci in Bohinj.

During the seminar the officers, together with the bearers of the programme from the General Police Directorate, evaluated their work in the international peacekeeping missions, exchanged positive and negative experiences with the work in missions, and tried to remove any possible consequences of stress and other problems that occurred during the work abroad. The police officers talked to the psychologist from the Faculty for Police and Security Studies and answered to the questionnaire, prepared by the Faculty of Social Studies, which is the basis for the improvements of personnel projection of police officer for participation in peacekeeping missions. The curriculum of the programme included also some relaxing activities, cultural and sport ones.

reintegracija01During their seminar in Bohinj the officers were visited also by the Minister of the Interior, Mr. Dragutin Mate; the Director General of the Police, Mr. Joze Romsek; the Undersecretary at the Ministry of the Interior, Mr. Bojan Luneznik and by the Head for Security Planning and Peacekeeping Missions at the Uniformed Police Directorate, Mr. Branko Zlobko.