“Helping the Ministry of Internal Affairs address Domestic Violence, Human Trafficking and Cybercrime” project
In 2017-2018, in response to the request from the Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA), the PCU facilitated the establishment of the mobile police teams “POLINA” (police against violence) to provide a more comprehensive response to domestic violence cases. In particular, the PCU facilitated regional trainings for the police officers of mobile teams “POLINA” on effective response to reported domestic violence cases as well as for “102” emergency hotline operators on identification of such cases and effective communication with the survivors. In 2019, the PCU together with the representatives of National Police of Ukraine (NPU) Preventive Activity Department and the Canadian Police Mission in Ukraine is planning to evaluate the effectiveness of the trainings for “POLINA” mobile teams and “102” emergency hotline operators, with a special focus on their interaction.
Additional information will be provided to the successful candidate.
Please note that this is a consultancy assignment of approximately 20 working days. The consultant will be required to travel to different regions of Ukraine to collect data.
Tasks and Responsibilities:
The engaged expert will be assigned to develop a methodology and to conduct a participatory evaluation of the effectiveness of the PCU-organized anti-domestic violence trainings for police. The evaluation will examine the applicability of training materials and received knowledge and skills in respective police units’ day-to-day work, as well as challenges and solutions in police response to domestic violence cases. Data collection will focus on feedback from police officers and from governmental and non-governmental anti-domestic violence experts.
The expert, together with other engaged experts, will be responsible for developing the evaluation methodology and tools, arranging data collection, compiling and analysis, drawing conclusions and drafting recommendations. Upon completion of the task, the expert will prepare a report with findings, conclusions, and recommendations.
The assignment for the engaged expert will include:
The PCU will establish a working group from the representatives of the PCU, NPU, police training institutions and anti-domestic violence NGOs. The engaged national expert will support the working group.
According to the PCU consultancy fees guidelines.
This position is for residents of Ukraine only. We strongly encourage applicants to use the online application system at https://jobs.osce.org; the Vacancy Number is VNUKRC00586. The deadline for applications is 12 November 2019. If you have difficulties with the online system, please use the Internet Explorer to find the vacancy or you may use the OSCE's off-line Application Form available at https://jobs.osce.org/uk/resources/document/anketa-na-vakansiyu; you should complete the Application Form and send it via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the title of the position on the Application Form and in the cover message subject. Applications received after the published deadline will not be considered. Due to the high volume of applications, only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Details of the assignment and contract may be further discussed during the interviews.
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