The course is directed by the Swedish Police, National Operations Department and conducted in co-operation with SWEDINT.
Police officers in preparation for service in a peace support operation or equivalent.
After the course the student will be able to :
- Describe vital characteristics and requirements of a police adviser as well as considerations he/she need to make when supporting capacity building of host-state police agencies in line with principles of democratic policing.
- Explain why the outlined conduct and discipline are seen as essential elements for the UN mission to be successful in the host country.
The learning activities will be conducted through lectures, group work, independent assignment, discussions and exercises.
- United Nations (2005), United Nations Police handbook, Department of Peacekeeping Operations/Police Divisions, New York.
- United Nations (2008), United Nations Peacekeeping Operation, Principles and Guidelines, United Nations, New York.
- Bayley H David (2006), Changing the Guard, Oxford University press, Inc, New York .
- OSCE (2008) Guidebook on Democratic Policing, 2nd edition, OSCE, Vienna.
- Polisen (2015), Making Mosaic - A story about picking up pieces, Polismyndigheten, Stockholm.
A written assessment will be conducted in the end of the course. If the participant fails the assessment a reassessment will be given either written or verbal.