Job Title: Criminal Justice and Police Advisor (international professional)
Total Position(s): 1
Job Type: SSA
Job Location: Home-based with travel to Pakistan
Minimum Education: Master’s Degree
Degree Title: Master’s Degree in a criminal justice or political/social science related field
Minimum Experience: 12 years
Career Level: Senior-Level
Work Permit / Visa: Pakistan (if needed to be arranged by organizational unit)
Organizational Unit: UNODC
Duration: 10 days per month for 6 months between August 2011 and February 2012
Apply By: 13 July 2011
Posted On: 27 July 2011
The UNODC Country Office for Pakistan (COPAK) is tasked with assisting Pakistan through a Country Programme with a focus on needs related to illicit trafficking and border management, criminal justice and drug demand reduction and HIV. Pakistan’s police forces are the Government’s first responders and primary preventers of crime that affects the lives of ordinary citizens. The Country Programme through its Sub-Programme 2 supports the development of police management and operational capacities, community policing, for example in human resources, training approaches, and crime data collection.
In order to develop the Government of Pakistan’s policing capacities and to react in a strategic manner, UNODC Pakistan requires the services of a Criminal Justice and Police Advisor to assist in preparing programme work being undertaken as part of Outcome 4 “More effective investigation of criminal cases” under the Country Programme’s criminal justice component. The Advisor will draft reports on police and civilian law enforcement infrastructure and public accountability measures.
The objective of the consultancy is to document and map police and civilian law enforcement infrastructure including structures, capacities and geographic coverage, assess the inter-relationship of the police and civilian law enforcement to other parts of the criminal justice system (prosecutors, courts and prisons), and to assess the viability and strength of transparency mechanisms ensuring accountability of police and civilian law enforcement agencies.
The incumbent will work closely with the Criminal Justice Advisor, the Policing Programme Officer and colleagues under the overall supervision of the Representative of the Country Office for Pakistan.
The Criminal Justice and Police Advisor will undertake the following substantive duties:
1. Conduct literature research with regard to police and civilian law enforcement infrastructure in Pakistan and law enforcement accountability measures;
2. Prepare presentations, and draft reports;
3. Liaise with relevant Government ministries and law enforcement agencies in Pakistan.
1. A comprehensive report and related presentation mapping police and civilian law enforcement infrastructure including structures, capacities and geographic coverage, and the inter-relationship of the police and civilian law enforcement to other parts of the criminal justice system (prosecutors, courts and prisons). The report and presentation will follow formats agreed with UNODC Pakistan and make use of maps, graphs and data in tables to the extent possible. Delivery by November 2011.
2. A comprehensive report and related presentation documenting and assessing the viability and strength of transparency mechanisms that hold police and civilian law enforcement accountable. The report and presentation will follow formats agreed with UNODC Pakistan and make use of maps, graphs and data in tables to the extent possible. Delivery by February 2012.
Qualification and Experience
· A senior international professional, holding a Master’s Degree in a criminal justice or political/social science related field, and at least 12 years of relevant experience related to capacity assessment, including in different countries;
· Capacity to review documents and conduct interviews as part of background research;
· Ability analyse needs and formulate draft recommendations on appropriate responses for colleagues and management;
· Ability to produce concise and reports and presentations;
· Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English.
The Advisor will undertake research via document review, as well as through interaction with concerned ministries and agencies and international partners.
Planning and Implementation Arrangements
The Criminal Justice and Police Advisor will work from home and travel to Pakistan as required for the completion of the deliverables.
The Advisor will have documents approved by the Representative prior to release.
Payment Schedule and Rate
The Criminal Justice and Police Advisor will be issued a consultancy contract and paid for days worked in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures. Travel costs including transportation and DSA for domestic and international travel will be paid by UNODC in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures.
Documents Required for Application Submission
Interested candidates are requested to submit a technical and financial proposal with the application. The technical proposal should include the following details:
1. Cover letter explaining interest for the position.
2. Detailed P-11 form.
3. Proposed methodology and work plan for the deliverables stated in the Terms of Reference.
The financial proposal should indicate the lump sum amount/fee for the entire set of consultancy services.
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