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Systemic direction and supervision of police work in the Republic of Slovenia
Maja Modic, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to present the findings of the target research project "Effectiveness of Systemic Supervision of the Police in Regard to Human Rights as well as the Statutory and Professional Standards of Police Work (V5-1942)". We focused on the implementation of systemic supervision of police work, more precisely, on the operations of the Division for System Guidelines and Supervision of the Police, which operates within the Police and Security Directorate. Design/Methods/Approach: We examined how systemic supervisory activity of the work of the police is regulated by Slovenian law, limiting ourselves to the work of the Division for System Guidelines and Supervision of the Police. Based on the findings and an additional review of anonymised supervision reports, we prepared a questionnaire and conducted a structured written interview as well as oral interviews with the Division's employees. Findings: Systemic supervision efforts are contributing significantly to the quality of policing, but challenges and opportunities for improvement still remain. One of the main challenges is keeping police officers informed about supervision reports and effectively implementing inspection findings. Research Limitations/Implication: In the part of the study described, we focus exclusively on the work of the Division for System Guidelines and Supervision of the Police and take a look at systemic supervision activities solely from the Division's point of view. For a more complete overview of the matter, our findings should be compared with the perspective of those being supervised, i.e. the police officers who have undergone supervision. Originality/Value: The main added value of the paper is that it examines how supervisors perceive their own work and the organisation, operation and effectiveness of systemic supervisions of police work.
Keywords: systemic supervision of police work, Division for System Guidelines and Supervision of the Police, Police and Security Directorate, Slovenia
Published: 11.06.2021; Views: 137; Downloads: 4
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Supplementary material for paper Modeling compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines: the critical role of trust in science
Nejc Plohl, Bojan Musil, 2021, original scientific article

Abstract: The coronavirus pandemic is one of the biggest health crises of our time. In response to this global problem, various institutions around the world had soon issued evidence-based prevention guidelines. However, these guidelines, which were designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 and contribute to public well-being, are (deliberately) disregarded by some individuals. In the present study, we aimed to develop and test a multivariate model that could help us identify individual characteristics that make a person more/less likely to comply with COVID-19 prevention guidelines. A total of 525 attentive participants completed the online survey. The results of structural equation modeling (SEM) show that COVID-19 risk perception and trust in science both independently predict compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines, while the remaining variables in the model (political conservatism, religious orthodoxy, conspiracy ideation and intellectual curiosity) do so via the mediating role of trust in science. The described model exhibited an acceptable fit ([chi sup]2(1611) = 2485.84, [rho]<.001, CFI=.91, RMSEA=.032, SRMR=.055). These findings thus provide empirical support for the proposed multivariate model and underline the importance of trust in science in explaining the different levels of compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
Keywords: coronavirus, covid-19, prevention guidelines, compliance, trust in science
Published: 10.11.2020; Views: 321; Downloads: 75
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Modeling compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines
Nejc Plohl, Bojan Musil, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: The coronavirus pandemic is one of the biggest health crises of our time. In response to this global problem, various institutions around the world had soon issued evidence-based prevention guidelines. However, these guidelines, which were designed to slow the spread of COVID-19 and contribute to public well-being, are (deliberately) disregarded by some individuals. In the present study, we aimed to develop and test a multivariate model that could help us identify individual characteristics that make a person more/less likely to comply with COVID-19 prevention guidelines. A total of 525 attentive participants completed the online survey. The results of structural equation modeling (SEM) show that COVID-19 risk perception and trust in science both independently predict compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines, while the remaining variables in the model (political conservatism, religious orthodoxy, conspiracy ideation and intellectual curiosity) do so via the mediating role of trust in science. The described model exhibited an acceptable fit (χ2(1611) = 2485.84, p < .001, CFI = .91, RMSEA = .032, SRMR = .055). These findings thus provide empirical support for the proposed multivariate model and underline the importance of trust in science in explaining the different levels of compliance with COVID-19 prevention guidelines.
Keywords: coronavirus, covid-19, prevention guidelines, compliance, trust in science
Published: 09.11.2020; Views: 286; Downloads: 152
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General Guidelines for Academic Integrity
Loreta Tauginienė, Milan Ojsteršek, Tomáš Foltýnek, Franca Marino, Marco Consentino, Inga Gaižauskaitė, Irene Glendinning, Shiva Sivasubramaniam, Salim Razi, Laura Ribeiro, Tatjana Odiņeca, Oliver Trevisiol, 2018, scientific monograph

Abstract: These general guidelines serve as a supportive document for the glossary for academic integrity (sub-output 3G) that describes the definitions of terms related to academic integrity. They serve to help build common understandings of integrity issues in both academia and business. The guidelines outline minimum requirements and responsibilities of various stakeholders in academia. Many of the guidelines are necessarily general, but, where relevant, we provide country-specific examples as well as adjusting to meet to the needs of different fields of study/research. The general guidelines are addressed to a full range of stakeholders, including national ombudspersons, judicial authorities, compliance officers, research project managers and other related bodies or units in academia (such as policy units, educators/instructors, senior administrator/managers/coordinators) as well as students, the business sector and others.
Keywords: guidelines, academic integrity, academic writing, academic publishing, ethics, plagiarism, copyright, data fabrication, data falsification, cheating
Published: 15.10.2019; Views: 734; Downloads: 41
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Comparison of criteria for road safety barrier installation in some countries of the European union
Leonid Ljubotina, 2019, master's thesis

Abstract: In the master thesis we will analyze regulations which define the criterion for vehicle restraint system installment in certain countries of the European Union. We will focus mostly on Slovenia, Italia and Croatia. Even though all of the three states are members of the European Union, have common borders and the “Mediterranean” TEN corridor passes through these countries, it is possible to conclude that the passive safety equipment on the road infrastructure in those states is not harmonized. There are also big differences between the installation conditions of the traffic safety barriers and category selection of the safety barriers. Analyzing regulations regarding traffic safety barrier installation, we will try to define the differences in equipping roads with safety barriers, depending on road category, definition of black spot and the category of the safety barrier.
Keywords: traffic, traffic safety, vehicle restraint system, Mediterranean corridor, guidelines
Published: 26.09.2019; Views: 339; Downloads: 59
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Državne pomoči za širokopasovna omrežja
Martina Boršić, 2017, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Strategija Evropa 2020 ter Evropska digitalna agenda poudarjata pomen širokopasovnega omrežja za spodbujanje konkurenčnosti, zaposlovanja in socialne vključenosti v Evropski uniji ter postavljata ambiciozne cilje za njegov razvoj. Zaradi gospodarskih značilnosti sektorja pa teh ciljev ni mogoče doseči brez podpore javnega financiranja. Države članice so zato pozvane k uporabi javnih sredstev v skladu s pravili Evropske unije o državnih pomočeh in konkurenci. Bistvene pri tovrstnem državnem posredovanju so Smernice Evropske komisije za uporabo pravil o državni pomoči v zvezi s hitro postavitvijo širokopasovnih omrežij (»Broadband Guidelines«). Ustvarjajo določeno stopnjo pravne varnosti za zainteresirane stranke ter zagotavljajo jasen in predvidljiv okvir ključnih meril presoje državnih pomoči za širokopasovna omrežja. S predpisanimi pogoji združljivosti ter podrobno opredeljeno presojo skupnega učinka ukrepa poskuša namreč Evropska komisija čim bolj omejiti tveganje izrinjanja in zamenjave zasebnih naložb, vplivanja na komercialne investicije ter izkrivljanja konkurence.
Keywords: državna pomoč, širokopasovno omrežje, izkrivljanje konkurence, presoja združljivosti, Broadband Guidelines, Evropska digitalna agenda
Published: 26.09.2017; Views: 755; Downloads: 79
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Temporal knowledge generation for medical procedures
Aida Kamišalić, David Riaňo, Tatjana Welzer-Družovec, 2011, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: decision support systems, DSSs, clinical practice guidelines, CPGs
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1235; Downloads: 82
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