United Nations Police Course
Description: The United Nations Police Course (UNPOL), is a training that includes didactic and practical classes, trains and specializes the personnel of the National Police who will be deployed in U.N missions anywhere in the world. Its start date is 06-MAY-021 and ends on 17-JUN-021.
Objective: The Course is designed to serve as a Police Component (FPU) in UN Peacekeeping Missions, in the context of multidimensional peacekeeping operations. This course trains individual competencies, based in their physical, intellectual, psychological and moral capacities necessary to react appropriately in an intercultural and potentially hostile operational context, reinforcing the rule of law and supporting the security sector reform of host states in line with international human rights law.
Modality: National students face to face, foreign students online.
Language: Classes and bibliographic material in Spanish.
Duration: 07 weeks.
Addressed to: Police officers in the rank of 2nd Lieutenant (OF-1) to Major (OF-3) and non commissioned officers in the rank of Police (OR-2) to Warrant Officer (OR-6) or his equivalent in each police force encouraging the participation of the female gender.
International Seats Available: 01 Officer and 01 NCO.
Competence acquired at the end of the course: The United Nations Police Course (UNPOL) graduated, will be able to participate in Peacekeeping Operations within the framework of the United Nations, fulfilling the different activities inherent to these missions and assigned to them to the Police component.