DCAF works with governments, parliaments, security providers and civil society organisations in Southeast Europe to help ensure the efficient, effective, responsible and accountable provision of security and to strengthen democratic security sector governance. The SEE region has been the focus of DCAF’s engagement since the Centre’s establishment. DCAF’s strategy paper 2012-2015 calls for the Centre to continue its intense support to the region in the future. To improve delivery of DCAF’s services in the region, the Centre has maintained a regional office in Ljubljana since 2008.
DCAF's main areas of work in Southeast Europe
11.11.2014 Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia: The twelfth meeting of the Committee of Ministers of the Police Cooperation Convention (PCC SEE) was convened under the auspices of the Bulgarian Chairmanship-in-Office on 11 November 2014 in Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia. Ministers responsible for home affairs and authorized high officials from the PCC Contracting Parties gathered to discuss the progress in the implementation of the Convention and other modalities necessary for the advancement of cross-border law enforcement cooperation amongst their countries.