Ukraine

Democratic Security Sector Governance

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Border management services serve a law enforcement function with additional challenges including the trafficking of human beings, the trafficking of illegal goods, and irregular migration. Border management services need to be able to handle a broad range of duties whilst facing challenges of geography or high-volume transit points.  Border management also comprises strong regional and international cooperation elements. Many transnational threats impact the work of border services in ways that do not affect ‘traditional’ areas of the security sector including defence.

Resources

OSCE Border Security and Management Concept

Self-Assessment Tool for Nations to Increase Preparedness for Cross-Border Implications of Crises

OHCHR Recommended Principles and Guidelines on Human Rights at International Borders

Toolkit on Police Integrity

The Toolkit on Police Integrity aims to assist police services in designing effective measures to curb police corruption, increase their ability to fight crime, improve public security, and strengthen the rule of law and public trust in the police. The … read more

Toolkit on Police Integrity

The Toolkit on Police Integrity aims to assist police services in designing effective measures to curb police corruption, increase their ability to fight crime, improve public security, and strengthen the rule of law and public trust in the police. The … read more

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