Mandate
 Dubai Conference 2006
 IPCB is the main
coordination body for
institutional and police
reform within the wider
context of rule of law
 IPCB directs,
prioritizes and
coordinates the
international effort
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Direct
Coordinate
Prioritize
Objective
 To ensure a coherent and coordinated approach
amongst the international community and provide
support to the Afghan MoI in the development of
policies, strategy, and plans in the area of institutional
and police reform
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Members
AFG MoI
EUPOL
EU
ISAF
NATO SCR
NTM-A/CSTCA
UNAMA
UNDP/LOTFA
Australia
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
The
Netherlands
Norway
UK
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US
Turkey
Structure
Board Level
Caucus
Secretariat
Working Level
Police
Development
Unit
Rule of Law
Unit
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Integration
(Outreach and
Reporting)
Wider Decision-Making Process
IPCB
Minister of Interior
(Chair)
19 IC members + MoI
Security
Standing
Committee
Minister of Defence /
UNAMA
(co-Chair)
Joint
Coordination &
Monitoring
Board
(JCMB)
Approximately 30 IC
members
Governance
Standing
Committee
Socio-Economic
Standing
Committee
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Minister of Finance /
UNAMA
(co-Chair)
IPCB Secretariat
 Role of the IPCB Secretariat is to guide, facilitate and
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coordinate the activities of the IPCB and its associated
bodies
Permanent body (civilian & police personnel)
Provides recommendations to, and receives direction
from, IPCB
Facilitates meetings and working groups
Manages Police Reform Database
Provides specialist input to key MoI/ANP documents
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IPCB Secretariat Staff
Head of Secretariat – Patrick de Vries
Senior Liaison Officer – Douglas Boot
Senior Reporting Officer – Jörg Hinrichs-Lahmann
Data Management Officer – Zoran Mamuzic
Planning Officer – Allan Uhrich
Rule of Law Coordinator – Ray Nash
Senior Legal Advisor – Scott MacGriff
Administration Officer – Topi Törrönen
Language Officer – Abdul
Language Officer – Qais
Logistics Officer – Sonita
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IPCB Subordinate WGs
 Institution Reform
 Senior Police Advisory Group (SPAG)
 Police Assessment WG (PAWG)
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Senior Police Advisory Group
 Composed of senior police from IPCB members
 Meets regularly and upon tasking by the IPCB
 Provides police expertise to IPCB bodies and other
organisations
 Sub-Working Group: Police Assessment Working Group
 Response to IPCB/SSC UNAMA ANP growth approval
of 157.000 conditional upon development of assessment
tool for civilian policing skills
 Expected feedback February 2012
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Strategic Level Context
Bonn II:
Bonn II:
“Clear vision and
appropriately funded
plan for the ANSF
should be developed
before summit in
Chicago.”
“Afghanistan needs
to improve the
linkage between
justice reform and
effective civilian
police force.”
“Strategy towards a
self-sustaining AFG
calls for plans to
reduce security costs
(ANSF).”
Chicago Summit
Kabul Conference
Tokyo Conference
Military
Thinning Out
Focus on Civilian
Policing & Justice
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AFG MoF:
Reduced
Budgets
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Lines of Effort/Plan of Action
Professionalization
ANP and Institutional
Reform MoI
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SPAG/ANP Vision paper (Action)
MOI Vision Paper (Action)
SPAG/PAWG ANP Assessment Report (Action)
Democratic Policing (Briefing)
Input to Organisation and Functions Steering Group - IPPD
(Action)
Strengthening
Linkages Between
Police and Justice
Reform
• Set-up and accreditation of Joint Police-ProsecutorJudiciary Training (Action)
• Connect enablers (NROLFSM) to providers (RoL missions)
(Briefing)
• Joint Directive MoI-AGO on regulating crime scene
investigation (Briefing)
Sustainability
• Map & Gap/Handover of infrastructure (Action)
• IJC SFA initiative (Revitalized Police Reform Database)
(Action)
• Involvement in developing strategies for reducing costs of
ANP (Briefing)
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Key Questions
What kind of police
structure are we
building up?
• Current ANP four pillar structure?
• Separation of power between the MoI corporate leadership
(police policy) and ANP command (operations)?
How can we help
strengthen policejustice cooperation?
• “Police-prosecutor-defense lawyer-judiciary-correction
chain only as strong as its weakest link “
• Law enforcement requires comprehensive approach
• Coordination in stovepipes (bridge police-justice gaps)
What are the
mechanisms to make
police reform
sustainable?
• Infrastructure: efficient use of training facilities/handover to
Afghans?
• Resources: efficient use of civilian policing expertise (IJC SFA
concept)
• Costs: Financing ANP/numbers ANP?
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Road Map for Board (Chicago)
Assessments
• Police
Assessment
(PAWG)
• NPS review
(MoI/IC)
Vision Papers
International
Support
• Way ahead
ANP (SPAG)
• Way ahead MoI
(IRWG)
• Strengthening
police-justice
(TBC)
• Numbers
Budget ANSF
(Chicago)
• IJC (SFA)
• Civilian
expertise
(police/justice)
IPCB BOARD/JCMB/CHICAGO SUMMIT
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IPCB RoL Mandate
 Work across agencies and IC to promote transition to
RoL and Civilian Policing
 Improve linkages and transparency between police
and justice sector reform
 Encourage transition to evidence-based judicial
process
 Track transition of Central Prison Directorate to the
MoI
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Key MoI Reform Initiatives
 National Police Plan (NPP)/National Police
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Strategy (NPS)
Ministerial Development Plans (MDPs)
Institutional Police and Policy Development
Institutional Reform Working Group
Senior Police Advisory Group
 Police Assessment Working Group
 MoI Legal Review Working Group
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Challenges to RoL Transition
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Illiteracy
Corruption
Militarization of Police
Attrition
Gender & Human Rights
Police/Prosecutor Relations
Afghan Law v. Sharia/Tribal Custom
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Police Reform Database
 Operational since Jan 2011
 Administrated by IPCB Sec
 Simple tool to share unclassified information
 Virtual on-line place/tool for information sharing
 Prevents duplication of efforts and avoids gaps in
joint coordination activities
 Preserves institutional memory
 Provides overview of intl. contribution with regards to
police trainings, projects and overall police reform
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Police Reform Database
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Police Reform Database
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Police Reform Database
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Police Reform Database
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Police Reform Database
 Who is responsible for populating/updating the
database?
 Over 100 analysts from various organizations/nations
predominantly IPCB members (EUPOL, NTM-A,
UNDP, GPPT, US, France, etc.)
 What information does the database contain?
 Contributing countries and organizations, facts and
figures, interactive map, search engine, gallery, library,
address book, police trainings, projects, etc
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Police Reform Database
 How do I gain access to it?
 Send request to one of the admin officers who will create
an account for you and provide training
 [email protected][email protected][email protected]
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