This is a two-week generic police training course for Peacekeeping Operations in order to prepare police officers for assignments in Integrated Peacekeeping Operations.
The course is directed by the Swedish National Bureau of Investigation and conducted in co-operation with SWEDINT.
The aim of the course is to prepare the participants for a UN Peacekeeping Operation so they can work effectively with the outlined objectives of the United Nations Security Council Resolutions mandate in a Peacekeeping Operation.
After the course the participant will be able to:
- Describe in what way community based policing can strengthen the protection
of civilians in a mission area and what is needed to be successful.
- Explain why the outlined conduct and discipline are seen as essential elements for the UN mission to be successful in the host country.
Core duties for the UN police have over the past 20 years changed more and more from traditional monitoring into a role of mentoring, training and advisory in a clear aim to reform, restruct and rebuild the host country police through capacity enhancement.
In order to make the Peacekeeping missions more effective and professional, the Integrated Training Service at the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations has developed the training material that the INPOC is composed of. Member states are obliged to provide this training in order to properly prepare their individual police officer for Peacekeeping mission.
For dates, further information and application, please contact the Swedish National Bureau of Investigation by e-mail:
or visit their website