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The Structure and activities of UN Police Division Chris Sharwood -Smith. HISTORY. 1945 – Military dominance 1960 – Deployment to Congo 1989 – End of the Cold War 1994 – UN Civilian Police Unit Balkans/establishment of FPUs 2000 – Police Division established in DPKO

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The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

The Structure and activities of UN Police Division

Chris Sharwood-Smith


History

HISTORY

  • 1945 – Military dominance

  • 1960 – Deployment to Congo

  • 1989 – End of the Cold War

  • 1994 – UN Civilian Police Unit

    • Balkans/establishment of FPUs

  • 2000 – Police Division established in DPKO

  • 2005 - CIVPOL becomes UNPOL


History1

HISTORY

  • 2006 – Standing Police Capacity

  • 2007 – Police Division incorporated into Office of the Rule of Law & Security Institutions

  • 2007 – UNAMID

    • SC authorises the deployment of 6,432 police officers


Role of police division

ROLE OF POLICE DIVISION

  • Provides strategic planning and operational support for UNPKOs

  • Develops policy and guidance on international police peacekeeping

  • Undertakes selection, recruitment and deployment of qualified staff


The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

Department of Peacekeeping Operations

Office of Operations

Office of Military Affairs

Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions

Policy, Evaluation and Training Division

Office of the Under-Secretary-General

Executive Office

Situation Centre

Police Division

Africa I Division

Peacekeeping Best Practices Section

Current Military Operations Service

Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Service

Africa II Division

Integrated Training Service

Military Planning Service

Europe and Latin

America Division

DDR Section

Force Generation Service

Asia and Middle East Division

Mine Action Service

Security Sector Reform Unit


The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

UN Police Division


The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

ENGLISH Language

UN DPKO Missions

Formed Police Units

FRENCH Language

MINUSMA

Mali

950 (1440)

MINURSO

Western Sahara

6 (6)

UNMIK

Kosovo

7 (8)

UNFICYP

Cyprus

65 (69)

UNAMA

Afghanistan

4 (8)

MINUSTAH

Haiti

2,436 (3,241)

UNISFA

Abyei

15 (50)

UNMIL

Liberia

1,582 (1,375)

UNMISS

South Sudan

674 (900)

T O T A L:

12,917/14,880

ONUCI

Côte d’Ivoire

1,247 (1,350)

MONUSCO

D.R. Congo

1,401 (1,441)

UNAMID

Darfur (Sudan)

4,530 (6,432)


The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

UN Special Political Missions with Police

ENGLISH Language

UNSMIL

Libya

1 (15)

BINUCA

Central Africa Republic

2 (2)

FRENCH Language

PORTUGUESE Language

UNAMI

Iraq

4 (4)

UNIOGBIS

Guinea Bissau

15 (16)

UNIPSIL

Sierra Leone

7 (7)

BNUB

Burundi

1 (1)

UNSOM

Somalia

0 (3)

T O T A L:

30/48


Past un policing priorities

Past UN Policing Priorities

  • Monitoring to verify police performance and impartiality.

  • Observing to ascertain police strengths and weaknesses.

  • Reporting to document police infractions.


Modern policing mandates

Modern Policing Mandates

Interim Policing & Law Enforcement

Operational Support

Reform, Restructuring and (Re)Building


Interim policing law enforcement

Interim Policing & Law Enforcement

  • Patrolling, confidence-building, arrests, detentions.

  • On-the-job mentoring, advising, training.

  • Transition and support.


Operational support

Operational Support

  • Public order, crowd control and anti-riot.

  • Operational mentoring, advising and training.

  • Protection – UN facilities and personnel.


Reform restructuring re building

Reform, Restructuring & (Re)Building

  • Legislation, systems, procedures, codes, values.

  • Organization, management, vetting, training.

  • Basic material, logistics, communications.


Un police deployment trends

UN Police Deployment Trends

Formed Police Units

Individual Police Officers


The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

Growing Complexity of Police Tasks

Unforeseen

UNFORSEEN

Integrated

approach

(RoL, SSR)

Integrated approach (RoL, SSR)

Integrated approach (RoL, SSR)

Law Enforcement Capacity Building

Law Enforcement Capacity Building

Law Enforcement Capacity Building

Law Enforcement Capacity Building

DEVELOPMENT

Reform, Restructuring & Rebuilding

Reform and Restructuring & Rebuilding

Reform and Restructuring & Rebuilding

Reform and Restructuring & Rebuilding

Reform Restructuring & Rebuilding

FPU

Operational Support

Operational Support

Operational Support

Operational Support

Operational Support

Advisory Support

Advisory

Support

Advisory

Support

Advisory Support

Advisory Support

Advisory Support

STABILIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT

Training and Mentoring

Training and Mentoring

Training and Mentoring

Training and Mentoring

Training and Mentoring

Training and Mentoring

Training and Mentoring

Interim Law Enforcement

Interim Law Enforcement

Interim Law Enforcement

Interim Law Enforcement

Interim Law Enforcement

Interim Law Enforcement

Interim Law Enforcement

Humanitarian Assistance

Humanitarian Assistance

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protections

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protection

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protection

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protection

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protection

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protection

Humanitarian Assistance/ Protection

EMERGENNCY RESPONSE

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

Monitoring

1960-1999

1999 - 2002

2002 - 2010


Current projects

Current Projects

Women in Policing

Sexual & Gender based violence

Formed Police Units

Strategic Guidance Framework


Doctrine based un policing

Doctrine-based UN Policing

Strategic

Guidance

Framework

Shared

Understanding

Detailed Job

Descriptions

Standardised

Training

Monitoring

& Evaluation


The fundamental questions

The Fundamental Questions

What Is Police Peacekeeping?

What Should UNPOL Do?

How Should This Be Done?

How Are UNPOL Prepared?


The structure and activities of un police division chris sharwood smith

Chris Sharwood-Smith

[email protected]

http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/chris-sharwood-smith/18/1b3/700

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