UN Police Handbook

This Handbook has been designed to assist UN Police with the essential work-related reference points to allow them to do their jobs effectively and efficiently. The Handbook begins by providing insight to the concepts of peace operations and the role of the Police Division in NewYork. Most importantly, it proceeds to lay down the responsibilities and principles of performance for UN police officers and the nature of the various tasks and functions assigned to the UN Police around the world in different peace-support environments.
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