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Three Action Points for Police Contributing Countries

Three action points for Police Contributing Countries to help increase the deployment of female police officers to United Nations peace operations.
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Lea Biason

on 21 August 2013

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Transcript of Three Action Points for Police Contributing Countries

UN Global Effort 20% by 2014





Three Action Points for Police Contributing Countries (PCCs)

20%
50% Long Term
1. Set a 20%Policy
Set a national policy to deploy female police officers at a minimum of 20% or the same percentage as in the national police service if it is higher than 20% .


PCCs need to address the obstacles for women in their national selection criteria, policy and processes for deployment to a peace operation.
2. Review criteria
Physical fitness
Selection criteria need to be gender sensitive such as physical fitness tests.
Minimum rank
A minimum rank may discriminate against women who are in the majority in lower ranks.
Privileged networks
Procedures for disseminating Information may be circulated informally through a select group of officers such as a privileged group or ‘old boys networks’ where women do not have access.
Providing financial or non-financial incentives can motivate officers to go for international service.
3. Motivate with incentives
Benefits and entitlements
Continued benefits and entitlements while deployed in international service, for example:
access to promotion
housing benefits
education grants
Awards
Recognition of international experience, for example:
awards
medals
promotion
Job security
Set up a reintegration system for job security such as access to the same post upon return.
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