International Consultant on Police Reform – OSCE
Tasks and Responsibilities
Under the overall guidance and direction of the Human Dimension (HD) Officer, the Expert/Consultant will be tasked with all or parts of the following:
Advising on best international practices on Community policing approaches by:
- providing in-house training, individual tutoring sessions, and consultancy for the MIA decision-makers on Community policing procedures, especially on building and interaction of interagency partnerships,
- advising the work of the Karaganda regional working group (WG), including providing in-house training, individual tutoring sessions and hold training and consultancy for the members of WG on community policing problem-oriented approach covering the following topics:
- exploring the situation,
- formulating problems,
- selecting a specific problem for action,
- collecting and processing data,
- analyzing causes for the problem,
- developing a solution plan,
- testing the solution,
- evaluating the test results,
- implementing the solution widely,
- accessing the outcomes.
- providing capacity-building assistance through the Training of Trainers (TOT) program on Community policing and Problem-oriented methods for MIA Academies;
Supporting enhancement of police capacity on proper ethical behavior of its employees by:
- sharing international expertise on police Use of force and Early prevention system,
- providing capacity-building assistance through TOT program on ethical behavior and effective communication with citizens for MIA Academies;
Sharing the best international police practices on effective police performance assessment methods by:
- providing recommendations on improvement of existing police performance measurement system in Kazakhstan.
- University degree in law, public administration, humanities, or related fields.
- Minimum of ten years of working experience in modern policing approaches, including community policing in the OSCE region.
- Excellent knowledge of best international practices in community policing, police ethical behavior, use of force, standard operating procedures, communication, and police work assessment.
- Working experience in law enforcement, the rule of law, or community policing.
- Experience working with international organizations is an asset.
- Excellent English language skills. Working knowledge of the Russian language is an asset.
- Knowledge of the UK experience of statutory Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRPs) is an advantage.
- Theoretical knowledge and practical experience in project management.
- Proven experience in providing technical advice, including development of training curricula, conducting training and providing individual counseling.
- Ability to interact with governmental agencies, good interpersonal skills, and organizational proficiency.
- Organizational and analytical skills.
- Cultural, religious, ethnic, and gender sensitivity.
- Respect for OSCE values and principles.
Closing date for applications 07 June 2020 before midnight.
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