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Kosovo is becoming increasingly interesting for investors and businessmen because the situation there is expected to settle and the economy is recovering. Freight ...
A study by criminal police officer Tanja Skerlj from Ljubljana and Bojana Virjent from the Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security reveals that female police ...
In cooperation with the representatives of the Slovene police force seconded to the international peacekeeping mission in Kosovo, a new unit of the Kosovo police ...
Slovene police officers among also perform Community Policing which is similar to that known in Slovenia. Concrete tasks are therefore similar to those that are ...
Nobody knows exactly who came to refer to police patrol vehicles of the United Nations mission in Kosovo as "coca-colas", however, just one glance at them will tell ...
Since 2005 the Slovene police force has had its representative also in the police force, organized within the Council of the European Union. Besides the Slovene ...
The police officers that finished their work in an international peacekeeping mission, have been included after their return home in a reintegration programme, which ...
Five Slovene Police officers: Matjaz Komericki, Robert Mastnak Mlakar, Matjaz Novak, Robert Podgorelec and Bojan Trupi, who, at the end of November 2005, completed a ...
The return of police officers from assignments in international peacekeeping missions is a special occasion for the police management as officers come back richer ...
Eight Slovenian police officers: Ale┼í Kolenc, Danilo Kranjc, Dean Marko Pretnar, Gorazd Dreisiebner, Marko ┼ákorjanc, Robert Kova─Źi─Ź, Sandi Kru┼ínik and Tomaz ...
The Slovenian foreign minister Dimitrij Rupel, Chairman-in-Office of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), paid a working visit to Kosovo ...
This week the police officers going to a peace mission in Jordan completed their training.