Bangladesh, being the top contributor of female police officers to the United Nations peacekeeping operations, has playing commendable role, said Ann-Marie Orler, the highest ranking police official in the UN system, reports BSS.
“Bangladesh’s contri-bution of 211 women officers is helping the organization make progress towards is goal of having women make up 20 per cent of it’s police deployed to UN peace operations,” said Orler, the Police Adviser for the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations.
Bangladesh currently deploys police officers to seven peacekeeping missions, including in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cote d; Ivoire, Timor- Leste, Haiti, Liberia, Poland and South Sudan. This includes an all- female formed police unit serving with the UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti and another in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, an official release said.
UN police officers are deployed to UN peacekeeping operations and special political missions in countries emerging from conflict to help build accountable and trusted police services— which are essential for security and the rule of law for the protections of civilians and for democratic governance.
“We are not making this effort only because of the Security Council resolu-tions, calling on peace-keeping to have a greater gender balance, but also because female police officers play an important role as security providers, mediators, investigators and trainers in police services around the world.
They have a major impact as role models for the populations whom they serve,” said Orler.
“We need more female officers in order to better implement the mandates that we are given. It does as we see time and again, make a difference,” said the UN police adviser.
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