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National community-based (border) policing consultant

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Mreža za izgradnju mira
Policija - Zaštitarske usluge, Pravo
Mjesto rada:
Bosna i Hercegovina
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O poslu

Opis radnog mjesta: National community-based (border) policing consultant

Location :Home based with occasional travel to six selected border communities, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Application Deadline :18-Feb-18 (Midnight New York, USA)
Time left :9d 13h 33m
Type of Contract :Individual Contract
Post Level :National Consultant
Languages Required : English
Duration of Initial Contract : March 2018 – June 2018 (35 working days)

The purpose of this activity is to strengthen the relationship between border police and six selected local communities in combating crime in general and firearms trafficking in particular. To achieve this goal the consultant will conduct crime audits in six selected communities comprising inter alia short and long-term proposals. Based on the analysis provided together with the Border Police of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BP BiH) consultant will design tailor made workshops for each one of the six selected local communities. The subsequent workshops will focus on: establishing sustainable partnerships with and within the community (identifying partners, opportunities, threats and risks), ensuring deeper relationship with, and greater understanding of each one of the six selected communities thus strengthening the insight and responsiveness of BP BIH to specific chalenges, and further developing the capacities of BP BiH staff and their responsiveness to numerous geographic and security concerns.


The objective of this assignment is to demonstrate to the BP BiH how to better reach out to and engage specific areas (both geographic micro-areas and specific security areas) in which they would like to improve their insight, engagement and relationship with the local community. As a result of this activity the selected consultant shall demonstrate through six specific examples what are the practical possibilities and tools that could be utilized by BP BiH in strengthening their insight and responsiveness to specific geographic and security/safety concerns.

With his/her professional experience, the community-based (border) policing consultant will act to plan and organise training programmes which will lead to the development of the border police force and their community responsiveness. He/she will firstly conduct crime audits for six border communities, after obtaining necessary input from the BP BIH frontliners, police agencies on the spot and other stakeholders whose input is needed.

BP BIH has identified six municipalities where the problem of firearms trafficking could significantly affect security. Selected communities will be shared with the consultant after the contract has been signed.
Within this task, the selected consultant will conduct crime audits for each one of the selected municipalities in line with UNDP SEESAC Regional Micro-Disarmement Standard/Guideline (RMDS/G), as well as the International Small Arms Control Standards (ISACS). Moreover, a qualitative analysis of criminal rates will be carried out in selected communities with a view to identifying the roots of crime, with special focus on firearms trafficking.

The crime audit will additionally provide list of short and long-term measures, on the basis of which subsequent activities will be agreed upon with the BP BiH and UNDP for each one of the selected communities. The purpose of these activities is twofold: first to enhance cooperation between BP BiH with the local community and second, to enhance the cooperation between BP BIH and other local and national authorities , within the overall aim of fighting illicit arms trafficking.

Following the completion of crime audits, and the agreement reached with BP BiH, the selected candidate will assist the BP BiH in organizing workshops in selected communities within the overall aim of addressing the issues contributing to the concerted fight against illicit arms trafficking . Special attention shall be given to adequately address and incorporate the gender aspect in each aspect of this activity.

Background information

The consultancy will take place under the recently initiated Countering Illicit Arms Trafficking in Bosnia and Herzegovina – CIAT Project, funded by the Federal Republic of Germany and implemented by UNDP. This project is designed to further strengthen the capability of the Border Police BiH (BP BIH) to efficiently identify, prevent, and counter trafficking of firearms, ammunition and explosives in BiH through increased technical capacities.
Within its project work plan and national strategic framework of BiH regulating this area, the CIAT project will assist the targeted institutions and agencies in their continuous specialized training on border checks for all types of cross-border traffic, establishment of an efficient border surveillance as a quality filter for cross-border crime, implementation of joint specialized trainings, as well as contribution to the implementation of specific Small Arms Light Weapons (SALW) Strategy and the Action Plan activities.
The Project key output is as follows: BP BiH capacitated to efficiently identify, prevent, and counter trafficking of firearms, ammunition and explosives from and through BiH.
The main activities and expected results are as follows:

· Capacity of BiH front-liners increased,

· Capacity Development of BP BiH in Countering Illicit Arms Trafficking,

· Increased Technical Capacity for Detection, including provision of specialized equipment, procedures and training.

This intervention and envisaged Project results and activities are especially important to effectively combat crime in general and firearms trafficking in BiH in particular, in which BiH authorities need to be assisted at. To address this challenge the selected consultant will provide targeted assistance and support to BP BiH in establishing communication with other police agencies and local population in six communities identified by BP BIH as particularly vulnerable to illicit arms trafficking.

Duties and Responsibilities
Within this consultancy, the selected candidate will carry out the following duties under the supervision of the CIAT Project Coordinator and under the technical guidance of SEESAC SALW Coordinator:
· Task 1: Contact BP BIH, local police authorities and other relevant stakeholders and obtain the necessary input for the completion of crime audits;

· Task 2: Complete crime audit for six selected communities and present the results to BP BiH and UNDP ;

· Task 3: In concert with the BP BiH develop a Plan of Action for each one of the six selected communities;

· Task 4: Organize and carry out six workshops (one in each community).

· Task 5: Produce a Report about the process conducted, including but not limited to lessons identified, Recommendations.

Deliverables and timelines

The consultant is responsible for the following deliverables:

Deliverables (outputs) Timeline

· Contact BP BIH, local police authorities and other relevant stakeholders and obtain the necessary input for the completion of crime audits 31 March 2018;

· Complete crime audit for six selected municipalities 30 April 2018;

· In concert with the BP BiH develop a Plan of Action for each one of the six selected communities 10 May 2018;

· Organize and carry out six workshops (one in each community). 16 May – 20 June 2018;

· Produce a Report about the process conducted, including but not limited to lessons identified, Recommendations. 30 June 2018


None of the materials, documents, deliverables produced as a part of the obligations under this Contract will not be used, released, and/or disseminated without the written approval issued by UNDP. The knowledge products developed under the scope of this IC represent the intellectual property of UNDP.

Travel costs are to be borne by the incumbent and hence included in the financial offer.

Core values
· Demonstrates integrity and fairness by modelling UN values and ethical standards;

· Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability.

Core competencies

· Demonstrates professional competence to meet responsibilities and post requirements and is conscientious and efficient in meeting commitments, observing deadlines and achieving results;

· Results-Orientation: Plans and produces quality results to meet established goals, generates innovative, practical solutions to challenging situations;

· Communication: Excellent communication skills, including the ability to convey complex concepts and recommendations, both orally and in writing, in a clear and persuasive style tailored to match different audiences;

· Team work: Ability to interact, establish and maintain effective working relations with a culturally diverse team;

· Client orientation: Ability to establish and maintain productive partnerships with national partners and stakeholders and pro-activeness in identifying of beneficiaries and partners’ needs, and matching them to appropriate solutions.
Vrsta posla:rad na određeno vrijeme

O zaposleniku

Znanja i kvalifikacije:Required Skills and Experience
· Master’s degree in criminology, criminal law or other justice-related science. PhD in these areas is considered an asset.


· At least 5 years of experience in conducting analytical reports related to criminal justice issues and victimization survey;

· Experience in lecturing and/or providing training related to criminal justice;

· Proven analytical skills.

Language Requirements:

· Proficiency in the local language and in English.


Individual consultants will be evaluated based on the following methodology:

Cumulative analysis
When using this weighted scoring method, the award of the contract should be made to the individual consultant whose offer has been evaluated and determined as:
a) responsive/compliant/acceptable, and
b) Having received the highest score out of a pre-determined set of weighted technical and financial criteria specific to the solicitation.

· * Technical Criteria weight-70%

· * Financial Criteria weight- 30%

Only candidates obtaining a minimum of 49 points for technical criteria assessment would be considered for the Financial Evaluation.

Applicants are required to submit an application including:

· Completed and signed UNDP Personal History Form (downloadable from;

· Financial proposal which will separately specify professional fee, indicating number of anticipated working days, travel costs (air-ticket or use of private vehicle), living allowance, and all other applicable costs.

Please scan all above mentioned documents and upload as one attachment only online through this website.


· For an assignment requiring travel, consultants of 62 years or more require full medical examination and statement of fitness to work to engage in the consultancy.

· Due to large number of potential applicants, only competitively selected candidates will be contacted for remaining steps of the service procurement process.
Minimalna stručna sprema:Fakultet
Strani jezik:engleski
Potrebno radno iskustvo:pet godina
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