(Re)Building Police, Courts, and Corrections After Conflict
September 27, 2012 | 12:00 AM
Over the last decade or so, the UN Security Council has given complex UN peace operations broad mandates in police development, followed by mandates to help restore justice systems and eventually for advisory support to national prison systems. The US government has also increased its programming in these areas. This seminar discussed the achievements and challenges of rebuilding criminal justice and rule of law in post-conflict settings, especially where complex peace operations are deployed. Discussion built from the conclusions of a recent Stimson study, Understanding Impact of Police, Justice and Corrections Components in UN Peace Operations.
Senior Associate and Co-Director, Future of Peace Operations Program, Stimson Center; Moderator and Co-author, Stimson impact study
Program Officer and INPROL Police Facilitator at USIP; formerly Field Analyst at Stimson and Co-author, Stimson impact study
Deputy Director, Office of Criminal Justice Assistance and Partnerships, Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement, US Department of State
Director, UNDP Washington Representative Office
Copies of the study were available at the launch.