Thèmes - Police personnel
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|A/54/841||19. The Advisory Committee continues to be concerned about the issues of screening, selection and deployment of police personnel. There is a continued need to improve the present arrangements for selection and clearance of police personnel and for notifying Member States about police needs in peacekeeping missions. A more effective selection process and better management of civilian police personnel could well result in savings., The Advisory Committee stresses the importance of ensuring that equipment provided to civilian police personnel is commensurate with the mandate entrusted to them, taking into account the specific need of each peacekeeping operation., 21. The Advisory Committee is also of the view that there is a need to examine the organizational set-up and the role and capacity of the Civilian Police Unit of the Department of Peacekeeping Operations at Headquarters. The Committee recalls its report of 6 April 1999 (A/53/901, para. 12) in which it recommended careful monitoring of the changes concerning military and civilian police functions. In this connection, the Committee was informed that further initiatives were under consideration to increase the capacity and efficiency of the Civilian Police Unit. These include measures to broaden the base for recruiting police personnel, such as hiring retired police personnel that meet specific mission requirements, less frequent rotations or longer tours of duty and improvements in selection teams. The Committee stresses the continued need to monitor the current structure of the Military and Civilian Police Division to ensure organizational effectiveness and efficiency and, in the light of the experience gained, to make any changes determined to be necessary.||2000|