UNODC is a global leader in the fight against illicit drugs and international crime. Established in 1997 through a merger between the United Nations Drug Control Programme and the Centre for International Crime Prevention, UNODC operates in all regions of the world through an extensive network of field offices. UNODC relies on voluntary contributions, mainly from Governments, for 90 per cent of its budget.
Norwegian support to the UNODC programme to enhance the education and training capacity of the Punjab Provincial Police.
Pakistan's policing services continue to be in need of reform, in particular regarding police services that are community responsive, while utilizing modern policing strategies and techniques to solve crimes. A report by UNODC in 2010,"Policing in Pakistan: an overview of institutions, debates and challenges"noted a growth in organized criminal activities in the Punjab. The report also listed several areas where reform should be concentrated, including improving relations with communities; crime intelligence; investigation and evidence handling; personnel management and skills/capacity building. UNODC Pakistan, as part of its Country Programme (2010-2015) is providing support to police departments across Pakistan, including training to build capacity of law enforcement personnel to manage crime scenes and process the collection of evidence. In addition, a programme to promote cooperation between police and prosecutors is being rolled out.
UNODC and representatives of the Embassy of Norway Pakistan have met with the Inspector General (IG) of Police Punjab and his executive staff. The IG has acknowledged the need for improvement in the law enforcement capacity of the Department. However, he also noted that while the instances of training support provided by the international community (including UNODC) are welcomed, it does little to reach the vast number of the department. As a result, he has requested Norway and UNODC to design a more comprehensive approach that will reach a larger segment of his Department’s personnel. The suggested approach involves the following tasks:
1) Undertake a comprehensive assessment of training in all police colleges and training centres to include specialized training offered to the current police corps.
2) Using the results of the assessment, undertake a revision of the training platform offered to police personnel in these training institutions to include specialized training offered to senior officers.
3) Assist the Department to implement this revised training platform
4) Provide specialized training to develop the investigative capacities of investigators to include the collection, preservation and use of forensic evidence to identify and prosecute perpetrators of crimes.
5) Implement the recommendations as outlined in the report by NCIS (2013).
At a meeting in Oslo on 14 February, where also UNODC was represented, there was agreement across the Norwegian Government (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Police Directorate, and the Norwegian Police University College (PHS)) that a scoping mission should be carried out to assess the feasibility of a more comprehensive assessment (Task 1 above).
The purpose of this mission is to conduct a comprehensive assessment of police training in Punjab. Pakistan’s police services continue to be in need of reform, in particular regarding police services that are community responsive, while utilizing modern policing strategies and techniques to solve crimes. The challenges faced by the current police education system are organisational, substantive and attitudinal. At present, reform initiatives are ad hoc or personality driven rather than as a part of a process of systemic change. Currently, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Pakistan is providing support to police departments across Pakistan, including training to build capacity of law enforcement personnel; however this training is limited and does little to reach the vast number of police in Punjab.
For any changes in the education and training system to have an effect, it will require and be dependent on reforms elsewhere within the system – changes in the recruitment system, promotion system and police welfare, overall police strategy, rules and regulations. To this effect, the Inspector General of Police Punjab has requested Norway and UNODC to help design a comprehensive assessment that will reach a larger segment of his Department’s personnel.
The Regional/Country Director heads a Regional- or a Country Office and within delegated authority, the incumbent oversees and directs the effective implementation of UNODC programmes and activities in the designated region/country, in supporting Member States capacities to deal effectively with issues related to drug control, crime prevention, countering corruption and terrorism prevention. The incumbent will be responsible and accountable for the efficient management of all human and financial resources allocated to the programmes and the office, as well as for ensuring outputs of a high-quality standard.
The incumbent is also a member of the relevant United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in the region, under the strategic guidance and coordination of the United Nations Resident Coordinator (UNRC), and member of the United Nations Sustainable Development Group (UNSDG) Regional Team wherever applicable, and as such will work closely with them.
As member of the local Security Management Team (SMT) the incumbent supports and advises the local Designated Official (DO) in all security management related matters.
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UNODC's Global Programme against Money Laundering, Proceeds of Crime and the Financing of Terrorism (UNODC GPML) is looking for short-term experts to deliver AML/CFT training worldwide and to participate in other capacity building activities.
Areas of Expertise:
- AML/CFT compliance in financial institutions and DNFBPs;
- AML/CFT supervision over financial institutions and DNFBPs;
- FIU investigations - operational, tactical and strategic analysis; AML/CFT international cooperation;
- Criminal intelligence analysis;
- Analysis of large volumes of financial data;
- Special investigative techniques; Financial investigation;
- ML investigations and recovery of crime proceeds;
- Combating of cross-border transportation of cash;
- Asset freezing and confiscation;
- Frozen assets management;
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La délégation aux fonctionnaires internationaux (DFI) signale que l’Office des Nations unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC) publie un appel à candidature pour le poste suivant :
Chef du Service de la prévention du terrorisme, D1
Lieu d’affectation : Vienne (Autriche)
Référence de l’appel à candidature : 18-Drug Control and Crime Prevent-UNODC-94578-R-Vienna (G)
Date limite pour postuler : 10 mai 2018
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The post is located in the Terrorism Prevention Branch (TPB), Division for Treaty Affairs (DTA), United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), in Vienna, Austria. The incumbent reports to the Director of DTA.
Within delegated authority, the incumbent will perform the following duties:
• Lead UNODC participation in the coordination, strategic and programmatic mechanisms developed by the UN Office of Counter-Terrorism (UN OCT), and develop strong working relationships among UNODC, UN OCT and UN OCT’s participating entities.
• Ensure communication and coordination within UNODC regarding outreach strategy and programmatic developments and work related to UN OCT.
• Oversee and ensure policy level coordination of activities within the Branch between Sections working on different aspects of implementation of the UNODC mandates in terrorism prevention in the context of the international legal instruments against terrorism, relevant Security Council resolutions and the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy.
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La délégation aux fonctionnaires internationaux (DFI) signale que l’Office des Nations unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC) publie un appel à candidature pour le poste d'Administrateur(trice) de programme (prévention du crime et justice pénale), P4.
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Policy and Research Papers
The present UNODC Handbook is one of the practical tools developed by UNODC to support countries in the implementation of the rule of law and the development of criminal justice reform. It aims to assist countries in their efforts to develop effective systems of oversight and accountability within their law enforcement authorities and enhance police integrity, and it addresses issues including:
- " Enhancement of police integrity and the integrity of policing
- Dealing with complaints about policing (receipt, investigation and follow-up)
- " Setting policing priorities and encouraging policy input, including from outside the police
- " “Inviting” external review, including from independent actor