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2014.03 Guidelines on Taking, Publication and Distribution of Images of Persons in Custody
These guidelines provide guidance on the taking, publication and distribution of images of persons in custody in host countries of United Nations peacekeeping operations and special political missions, to ensure respect ...
2016.25 UN Military Observers in Peacekeeping Operations
This document provides guidance on the operational deployment of United Nations Military Observers (UNMO) in multidimensional peacekeeping operations. These guidelines replace the 2009 DPKO/DFS guidelines on the Roles ...
2016.04 Development of Mission Specific Guidance (Guidelines)
The purpose of these Guidelines is to support the guidance development process at the mission level, in line with the DPKO-DFS Policy on Guidance Development (2014.14), by assisting missions in the establishment of a clear ...
2015.01 Non-Uniformed Civilian Government-Provided Personnel (Guidelines)
This document provides guidance on the administration of non-uniformed civilian government-provided personnel deployed with the status of expert on mission (hereafter referred to as “GPP”). The guidance set forth in this ...
2016.26 Police Administration in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions (Guidelines)
These Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO) and Department of Field Support (DFS) Guidelines on Police Administration (hereafter referred to as “the Guidelines”) spell out the fundamental areas that fall within the ...
Guidelines on Police Operations in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions
The Guidelines are designed to assist police components in the fulfillment of their mandated roles, including operational support to host-State police and other law enforcement agencies, as well as interim and other law ...
Guidelines on Police Command in United Nations Peacekeeping Operations and Special Political Missions
The Guidelines are designed to assist United Nations police command staff in carrying out their duties and leading the police component in the fulfilment of mandated tasks, which can include capacity-building and development ...