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The purpose of UNPriPOC is to prepare correction personnel for service within a UN led or mandated Peacekeeping Operation (PKO). The course will teach basic knowledge on the UN system as well as the complexities involved in strengthening national correctional institutions in post-conflict environments. Additionally, the personnel will receive a basic security awareness, practical experience in radio communication and other hands-on skills for use in the field.
UNPriPOC is directed by the Swedish Prison and Probation Service in co-ordination with SWEDINT.
For further information, please contact the Swedish Prison and Probation Service Administration: SPPS InternationaldepHK@kriminalvarden.se
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