The UNODC Country Office for Pakistan (COPAK) is tasked with assisting Pakistan to better respond to the threats of drugs and crime. In June 2010 the Government of Pakistan approved a 2010-2014 Country Programme for Pakistan including 3 sub-programmes: Illicit Trafficking and Border Management; Criminal Justice; and Drug Demand Reduction and HIV. A Senior Law enforcement Training Advisor is needed to provide law enforcement training needs advice and guidance for related elements of the Illicit Trafficking and Border Management and Criminal Justice sub-programmes.
To advise the Representative and UNODC Pakistan on: the current status and requirements for improved implementation and utilization of the Computer Based Training (CBT) programme for Pakistan; training needs of key law enforcement agencies; appropriate training methodologies, management platforms , programmes, and curriculum of training academies.
The Senior Law enforcement Training Advisor will work under the supervision of the UNODC Representative for Pakistan (COPAK) with the COPAK team.
The Senior Law enforcement Training Advisor will undertake the following substantive duties and responsibilities:
1. Review the status of the CBT programme for Pakistan, and advise on how to improve implementation.
2. Deliver CBT centre manager training(s) to current and prospective CBT centre managers.
3. Review the current status of law enforcement training plans, programmes and methods in Pakistan with an emphasis on counter narcotics training.
4. Meet with senior management of law enforcement agencies and training academies to ascertain status of law enforcement training plans, programmes and methods, and needs of training academies.
5. Meet with members of the international law enforcement community in Pakistan regarding training assistance being offered to Pakistan on a bilateral basis.
6. Advise the Representative on training needs of law enforcement agencies and how they should be best supported to improve the delivery of law enforcement services.
1. CBT status report and presentation. A short review of the current CBT programme will be completed and advice given on how to improve delivery and implementation. Training (s) of CBT centre managers will be completed.
2. Training programme and management report and presentation. A comprehensive review of law enforcement training programmes will be completed (to include maps, tables and charts).
3. Training centre needs assessment and presentation. UNODC will likely assist a selected strategic law enforcement training academy with a counter narcotics focus to improve the delivery of training for recruits and staff at various levels (management plan, staffing recommendations, curriculum).
4. Advisory brief/note to help guide UNODC Pakistan on planning future approaches to training (to contain milestones/timelines, recommendations).
Completion of related reports and documents will require two or three visits to Islamabad Pakistan, document review, and interaction (as appropriate) with relevant points of contacts from concerned ministries and agencies and international partners. Relevant documents will be made available by COPAK as required. The structure of each document will be agreed with COPAK prior to starting .
Planning and Implementation Arrangements
The consultant will initially meet for in-depth briefings with COPAK staff. The Representative and COPAK staff will guide and direct the provision of necessary substantive and administrative support.
Before the finalization of documents the consultant will present findings to COPAK staff and if necessary to key stakeholders.
Although the Senior Law enforcement Training Advisor is meant to take all views expressed into account, he/she will have to use his/her independent judgment in preparing documents.
Payment Schedule and Rate
The Senior Law enforcement Training Advisor (International Expert) will be issued a consultancy contract and paid in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures. Payment scale will be determined by UNDP recommended rates for senior expert consultants at the ‘C’ level. Travel costs including transportation and DSA will be paid by UNODC in accordance with United Nations rules and procedures.
Lump sum payments will be in four installments:
• First payment will be made on completion of the draft CBT status report and presentation (25%);
• Second payment will be made on completion of draft training programme and management report and presentation (25%);
• Third payment will be made on completion of the training centre needs assessment and presentation (25%);
• Forth payment will be made on completion of the advisory note that will guide COPAK including by identifying necessary milestones administrative frameworks and organizational structures (25%);