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In October 2014, a consultation on police and HIV took place in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The following interviews are with some of the country focal points of the Law Enforcement and HIV Network (LEAHN), each of whom is a serving or a retired senior police officer, and each of whom is committed to ensuring that the police make a positive contribution in their countries and the global HIV response.
The Consultation on Police and HIV was co-convened by LEAHN – Law Enforcement and HIV Network, IDLO – International Development Law Organization and Birkbeck, University of London.
The meeting produced the 'Amsterdam Declaration on Police Partnerships for Harm Reduction' which can be downloaded from LEAHN‘s website leahn.org .
Video produced by georgetownmedia.de for CLEPH – Centre For Law Enforcement & Public Health
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