UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

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UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

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UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

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UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

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UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

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UNDP The Gambia community policing report

UNDP The Gambia community policing report

Report

Client: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

The Gambia

 

Project: “GPF/UNDP Community Policing Initiative” report

 

Language:  English

 

Pages: 92

 

The Gambian communities continually ask for a Police Service that is more visible, accessible and service oriented. A Community Policing operating style is well suited to deliver to the community what they seek in respect to crime and safety. It has the potential to solve immediate issues as well as to provide medium to long term solutions to more enduring community problems. 

 

The mission is to deliver professional police services in fulfilment of the constitutional mandate of crime prevention, detection, apprehension and prosecution of offenders for a secure and peaceful environment for social and economic development for all.

 

The report is designed in three parts: strategy, implementation plan and pilot report, each separated by a cohesive cover. Infographics, tables and charts are interspersed throughout the text to engage the reader.

 

“I think it looks really great! Thank you so much for all the hard work
and collaboration!”

 

“The layout, infographics, charts and tables look great.”

- Shahzada Ahmad

Chief Technical Advisor, Rule of Law, Justice & Security
UNDP, The Gambia