The Role of United Nations Police in Peace Operations

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The course covers the history of UN policing, including synopses of key documents, such as Security Council resolution 2185 on policing in UN peace operations and the report of the High-Level Independent Panel on Peace Operations, and offers an overview of the structure and reporting lines of the UN Police Division and a typical peace operation. Specific chapters cover the four key pillars of the Strategic Guidance Framework: Operations, Command and Control, Administration, and Capacity-Building. The course also examines gender mainstreaming efforts within UN Police; the unique security needs of women and children; cultural considerations; and the role of UNPOL in addressing sexual and gender-based violence, serious and organized crime, and partnerships with other State, regional, and international rule of law institutions.

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