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2017.13 Mission based Police planning in Peace Operations (Manual)
Mission-based police planning is the process of linking strategic goals and objectives to operational goals and objectives through a cycle of actions. The aim of this manual is to define the processes and provide practical advice and guidance for United Nations police planners as well as those supporting police planning in field missions or other crisis situation on how to undertake and better implement Mission-based police planning. While focused on integrated missions, this manual also applies to settings where UN presence is not structurally integrated. It is fully compliant with the Integrated Assessment and Planning Policy; it is integrated with similar Department-wide initiatives, including the DPKO-DFS Policy on Planning and Review of Peacekeeping Operations (2017), as well as with the planning elements of DPA-led special political missions and policing and other law enforcement elements of rule of law initiatives of the Global Focal Point (GFP) arrangement.
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