coordinate - International Police Coordination Board

Report
www.IPCBafghanistan.com
IPCB Mandate
• Dubai Conference 2006
• Main coordination body for
institutional and police reform
within wider rule of law context
• Direct, prioritize and
coordinate the international
police reform effort
Direct
Coordinate
Prioritize
IPCB Members
12 Nations + 8 Organizations
AFG MoI
EUPOL
UNDP/LOTFA AUSTRALIA
JAPAN
EU
CANADA
The
NETHERLANDS
ISAF
NATO SCR
DENMARK
NORWAY
FRANCE
UK
NTM-A
UNAMA
GERMANY
ITALY
US
TURKEY
IPCB Structure
Board Level
Ambs & HoMs
Caucus
Secretariat
Working Level
1st Secs & Deps
Police
Development
Rule of Law
Outreach &
Reporting
Decision Making Process
IPCB
Minister of Interior
chairs
19 IC members + MoI
Standing
Security
Committee
Minister of Defence &
UNAMA co-chair
Approx. 30 IC members
Joint
Coordination
& Monitoring
Board
(JCMB)
Governance Standing
Committee
Minister of
Finance & UNAMA
co-chair
Socio-Economic
Standing Committee
IPCB Secretariat
• To guide, facilitate and coordinate the activities
of the IPCB and its associated bodies
• Permanent body of civilian & police personnel
• Provides recommendations to, and receives
direction from, IPCB
• Facilitates meetings and working groups
• Manages Police Reform Database
• Provides specialist input to key MoI/ANP
documents & initiatives
NAME
POSITION
BACKGROUND
NATIONALITY
Catherine Royle
Head of Secretariat
Diplomat
UK
Raphael Creemers
Deputy Head/CoS
Police Chief
Holland
Wayne Buchhorn
Deputy Head/Police Dev.
Police Commander
Australia
Zoran Mamuzic
Database Manager
Police Commander
Croatia
Topi Törrönen
Administrative Officer
Civilian
Finland
Joerg Lahman
Senior Reporting Officer
Civilian
Germany
Ray Nash
Rule of Law Coordinator
Sheriff
US
Scott MacGriff
Senior Legal Advisor
Senior Federal Atty.
US
Dale Corra
Assessments Officer
Police Sergeant
Canada
Stu Logan
NTM-A Liaison Officer
MP Wing Cmdr.
UK
Heidi Berg
ISAF Liaison Officer
Navy Captain
US
Abdul
Translations
Local Staff
Afghanistan
Qais
Translations
Local Staff
Afghanistan
IPCB Working Groups
Senior Police Advisory Group (SPAG)
• Police Assessment Working Group
(PAWG)
Conference Working Groups
• WG 1 – ANP Professionalization
• WG 2 – Police-Justice Coordination
• WG 3 – MoI Institutional Reform
Senior Police Working Group
SPAG
• Senior Police Advisors from IPCB members
• Meets on an as-needed basis
• Provides police expertise to IPCB bodies
and other organisations
Police Assessment Working Group
PAWG
• Sub-working group of SPAG
• IPCB/SSC/UNAMA approval of ANP growth
to 157,000 conditional upon development
of assessment tool for civilian policing skills
• Currently administered through the CORR
• 6 basic questions which expand to 20
IPCB Rule of Law Mandate
• Work across agencies and IC to promote
transition to RoL and Civilian Policing
• Improve linkages and transparency
between police and justice sector
• Encourage transition to evidence-based
judicial process
Challenges to Transition
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Illiteracy
Corruption
Militarization of Police
Attrition
Gender & Human Rights
Police-Prosecutor Relations
Afghan Law/Sharia v. Tribal Custom
Police Reform Database
• Operational since Jan 2011
• Administrated by IPCB Sec
• Web-based tool to share unclassified information
• Prevents duplication of efforts and avoids gaps
• Preserves institutional memory
• Provides overview of international contributions to
police trainings, projects, and overall police reform
Police Reform Database
Police Reform Database
Police Reform Database
Police Reform Database
Police Reform Database
To gain access:
Contact Zoran Mamusic at
[email protected]
and he will set up your username and
password
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