Norwegian Police in International Operations, 1989-2016

04 Apr 2018
  • Where: The Permanent Mission of Norway
  • When: 4. Apr 2018, 01:00 - 03:00
  • What: Lunch meeting
The Permanent Mission of Norway

Wednesday 4 April, 1:15 – 2:45 PM at The Permanent Mission of Norway.

To the attention of the Military and Police Advisers,                      

The Permanent Mission of Norway cordially invites you to a lunch meeting with Ms. Kari Osland Researcher, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs On the:

“Norwegian Police in International Operations, 1989-2016”

Ms. Osland will present the main findings from a longer survey-based report documenting the experiences that Norwegian police personnel in international operations have faced, from 1989 to 2016. The information presented is an important source of information for policymakers, practitioners and academics in order to understand the challenges police in Peacekeeping Operations meet, not only in the field but also before deployment and after return.

Although the study is based on studies with Norwegian police officers, we are sure that the insights provided in the report are of value to other nationalities that have similar experiences with deploying police personnel to operations.

Please find attached a policy brief with a summary of the main findings.

Venue: The Permanent Mission of Norway
825 Third Avenue 38th Floor
(50th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue)

 A light lunch will be served.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018 1:15 – 2:45 pm

The meeting will be chaired by Mr. Jon Christian Moller, Counsellor and Police Adviser, Mission of Norway.

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