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Director – Police Community Relations - (NEX-SC)

Job Category:
Governance
Career Level:
Job Type:
Full Time
Positions:
1
Agency / Project:
Support to DTCE (PAK/02/009/NEX) - UNDP
City/Location:
Islamabad
Country:
Pakistan
Posted On:
11 March, 2007
Last Date to apply:
23 March, 2007
Experience in years
2 to 4
Experience:

At least 10 years of progressive experience in community policing, marketing of social services, community participation systems; particularly, capacity building, bottom-up planning processes or local dispute resolution mechanisms;
Working experience of Police or other institution involved in public safety and knowledge about Police Order 2002/05 will be considered as an added qualification;
High quality analytical abilities and technical report writing skills;
Have sensitivity to gender issues, strong leadership and problem-solving skills;
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with people from different cultures/ backgrounds.

Description:
 

Background:

Devolution Trust for Community Empowerment (DTCE) is a registered entity, which aims at creating an enabling environment for citizen participation and community empowerment in Pakistan. DTCE has been funded by a consortium of donors under the umbrella of UNDP Support NEX Project “Support to DTCE”. Details can be found at www.dtce.org.pk

Police Community Relations Program in an important component DTCE community empowerment model, which aims at improving Police performance through engagement of communities in local policing and dispute resolution. The program is being piloted in one district in each province and so far been launched in District Haripur in NWFP and District Narowal in the Punjab province. Main focus of the program activities include sensitization of Police officials on community based policing concepts; establishment of Police Station Monitoring Systems (PSMS), holding of Khullee Kachehries (KKs) in each union, activation of Union Public Safety Committees (UPSCs) and developing linkages with District Public Safety, Police Complaint Commissions (DPS-PCC) and Citizen Police Liaison Committees (CPLC), as well as facilitating Police performance on objectives determined by the local communities. One of the important dimensions of the program is to incentivising police for improved performance and management of performance based incentives, particularly their pricing, periodicity and administration.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Director Police Community Relations is responsible to supervise and manage the implementation of Police Community Relationship Program in the pilot districts and ensure timely achievement of outputs and results in accordance with the program framework. The Director Police Community Relations will work under the overall supervision of the CEO and undertake the following activities:

1. Develop and implement a result-based management strategy to pilot the program implementation in four districts.

2. Design and implement integrated work plans with specific time lines, Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs) and deliverables in consultation with the concerned Manager Field Operations team and office of the District Police Officer.

3. Review Police incentive framework and develop an implementation methodology for performance based incentive management, as well as on-going evaluation of program intervention for improved performance of Police vis-à-vis perceptions of local community about public safety.

4. Formulate a strategy for networking and synchronization of various institutions involved in public safety at local level so that the provision of incentives is transmitted into an institutional mechanism for improved performance.

5. Ensure timely organization of Khulle Kachehries and devise a mechanism for transmittal of local issues and grievances to the concerned police station for resdressal, as well as launching of diagnostic survey to measure local perception about performance of Police in their district.

6. Monitor program implementation including the functioning of PSMS, as well as document and analyze key results and findings in the form of a diagnostic research for demonstration and replication of the program on scale.

7. Design necessary curriculum in consultation with Director Capacity Development Unit (CDU) for training of police officials, members of Union Public safety Committees, local CSOs and other stakeholders involved in the program implementation.

8. Coordinate with DPO, members DPS-PCC, CPLC, UPSCs, Mushawarat Anjumans, local CSOs and other stakeholders in the districts and enter into partnership agreements/ memorandum with these institutions.

9. Supervise and direct the Police Community Relations Team including short-term consultants and researchers.
Qualified women are particularly encouraged to apply


Education
Must Degree Degree Level Country Description
YesMastersMasters DegreeMasters degree in Social Science, preferably in Economics, Sociology, or any other related discipline with appropriate working knowledge of IT;