For the first time in Mingechevir, police departments are issued a distinctive police line tape enabling citizens to differentiate between city management-related cordons and police barricades, October 2006.
The School Traffic Assistants Initiative in Mingechevir is part of an OSCE community policing project aimed at training volunteers to help students safely cross streets, January 2007.
The OSCE Office in Baku provided vests and raincoats for police officers, municipal workers and school traffic assistants, Mingechevir, January 2007.
The small town of Mingechevir sees many traffic violations and accidents every month. To highlight the problem, an OSCE-sponsored TV programme "Traffic and Safety in Mingechevir" is aired weekly to increase public awareness, Mingechevir, January 2007.
One of the educational tools from an OSCE community policing project is a board game that teaches children to recognize and understand basic traffic signs, Mingechevir, January 2007.
The OSCE Office in Baku supports a variety of police training initiatives. Photo taken in Mingechevir, July 2006.
Police officers hand out flags and balloons on Police Day, when the OSCE Office in Baku launched a community policing project in Mingichevir, 1 July 2006.