|Author (Person)||Caparini, Marina Louisa, Osland, Kari M.|
|Publisher||Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)|
|Series Title||NUPI Policy Brief|
|Series Details||No.4, 2017|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
In the Norwegian MFA-funded project ‘Learning from Experience – International Policing’ the researchers examined several aspects of police participation in international deployments in order to extract best practices and lessons learned. The project consisted of four main parts: 1) looking at how Norway and like-minded countries manage knowledge in connection to the recruitment and deployment of police officers in international missions; 2) analysing training experiences for peace operations; 3) gathering, systematizing and analysing experiences and insights of individual Norwegian police officers who had served in international operations (1989–2016); and 4) analysing the Specialized Police Team model that Norway deployed to MINUSTAH to build Haitian police capacity to investigate sexual
This Policy Brief sums up the main findings of the project, and offers policy recommendations on the basis of other research.
|Countries / Regions||Norway|