In recent years, the Department for Security and Public Safety (DSPS) of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo (OMiK) has been proactively participating in the development of security and public safety sector initiatives in Kosovo. The main emphasis of this work was to strengthen sustainability, improve professional standards and introduce internationally recognised best practices for Kosovo law enforcement agencies. In the past year, the DSPS has supported activities that are designed to assist with enhancing the capacity and to ensure the sustainability of security agencies that are tasked with providing security to all communities within Kosovo
The beneficiaries of this project will have the possibility to improve capacities and their expertise through different trainings, based on best practices of European countries, and participation in regional conferences to exchange their expertise related to forensic scientists, DNA data etc.
The PDMS will assist the capacities’ development of the beneficiaries in the area of human resources development, gender based issues and quality assurance, as well as advise the KP on human rights compliance, through awareness raising activities and other planned activities on assuring sustainability, targeting specific beneficiaries. In order to measure the impact of these activities, and the possibilities of reducing human rights violations, the PDMS will continue to proactively monitor human rights compliance and quality assurance of the KP.
This project will build upon the achieved progress and is designed to assist the security sector agencies in enhancing their regional co-operation with neighbouring countries in target areas which are related to their mandated tasks. It will incorporate activities designed to improving participation of women and non-majority communities; further develop the management of human resources skills; further enhance understanding the capacity to combat hate crimes; and assist in the development of distance training modalities for the security sector
In order to ensure the programmatic objective to develop a transparent, gender-sensitive and accountable resource management and quality assurance system for the Kosovo Police (KP), the Kosovo Agency on Forensic (KAF) and the Kosovo Academy for Public Safety (KAPS), from 04 to 08 September, five (5) representatives of KAF complete a total of five (5) days modular training on double casting of cartridge cases and bullets, including the examination of cross lines by using Scanning Electron-Microscopes (SEM) and waste of capsules/fuse (GSR) using SEM coupled with Energy Dispersive X-ray (SEM/EDX) Spectroscopy. This practical oriented training program will provide KAF members with the skills necessary to legally provide expertise on cases involving gunfire.
This module of the training will cover:
The main objective of the project is to develop a transparent, gender-sensitive and accountable resource management and quality assurance system for the Kosovo Police (KP), the Kosovo Agency on Forensic (KAF) and the Kosovo Academy for Public Safety (KAPS).
The objective of this activity will be achieved through training which will be delivered by an international consultant hired under this ToR.
Also, after the implementation of this project, the Kosovo Police will be able to tackle hate crimes and incidents, affecting cultural and religious heritage, as well as to protect human and communities rights.
The project directly relates to the Mission’s Programme Objective which strives to achieve that Kosovo Police (KP) Kosovo Agency on Forensics (KAF) and the Kosovo Academy for Public Safety (KAPS) develop transparent, gender-sensitive and accountable resource management systems.
|Tasks and Responsibilities|
Under the supervision of the Chief of PDMS, the international expert shall:
|Remuneration will depend on the qualifications and experience of individual experts as well as the detailed work plan to be agreed upon and will be based on the current OSCE consultancy rates.|
|How To Apply|
In order to apply for this position you must complete the OSCE's online application form, found under http://www.osce.org/employment/43284.
Applications received after the published deadline will not be considered. Applicants are encouraged to use the online recruitment and only fully completed OSCE applications will be accepted. However, if you have technical difficulties with the system you may use the offline application form found under http://www.osce.org/employment/43284 and forward the completed form quoting the vacancy number by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.