The MDTF-JSS continue to support Serbian authorities to establish comprehensive system of victims support. Part of the activities are dedicated to the assessment of alignment of Serbian legislation with the EU acquis. After assessment of juvenile legislation the MTDF-JSS team together with the Government prioritize analysis of police legislation. In April 2017, the MDTF-JSS finalized an assessment of alignment of Serbian Police Legislation with the EU 2012/29 Directive establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime, as a support to the implementation of the Chapter 23 Accession Action Plan. The purpose of this assessment is to identify level of alignment of the Law on Police and other relevant legislation that governs work of the police with the EU 2012/29 Directive. The Serbian legislator can use the document as a baseline tool for the amendments of national legislation in the process of its harmonization the EU acquis, especially Law on Police, Criminal Procedure Code and relevant bylaws. The assessment was conducted from November 2016 to April 2017 in the partnerships with Victim Support Europe. The Assessment of alignment of Serbia Police Legislation with the EU 2012/29 Victim Support Directive can be accessed here in English and Serbian.