Kosovar Centre for Security Studies (KCSS) with the support of the Kosovo Foundation for Open Society (KFOS) since April 2016, is implementing the project: "Measuring progress, advocacy and capacity building of security institutions in Kosovo".
This project aims to analyze the institutional progress, advocacy and institutional capacity building to implement specific policies within the security and justice sector in Kosovo.
More specifically, this project aims to measure the progress of institutions related to:
1) Intelligence Led Policing by the Kosovo Police, and
2) Countering and Preventing Violent Extremism Phenomenon of Kosovo.
During the implementation of this project KCSS will organize the European Integration School - Module on Security and Rule of Law. The purpose of this module is to offer a special program of non-formal education on issues of the governance of security sector, focusing on the patterns of police governance and its role in addressing the security challenges. This module aims to treat two specific topics within the broad field of security: that of intelligence-led policing and the role of police in managing security challenges such as violent extremism. Both issues are monitored continuously by the EU structures so KCSS is working in the increasement of knowledge in this regard. Additionally, KCSS through this module aims to contribute to raise the level of knowledge and awareness of participants of the European Integration School regarding the overall development of the security sector.