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Integrating Gender into Internal Police Oversight

Auteur : Millennia2025

Source : Megan Bastick



 Integrating Gender into Internal Police Oversight

Police services in many countries recognize that crime and violence affect women, men, girls and boys differently, and continually challenge themselves to provide better services to all. Similarly, the full integration of women throughout the police is widely understood as a prerequisite to co-operating with and meeting the needs of all sectors of society. However, these goals are not easy to attain. Responsiveness to gender needs to be deeply embedded in the structures, processes and individual attitudes and behaviours within a police service.


Internal oversight within a police service plays a crucial role in monitoring whether standards concerning human resources, service delivery and professionalism are being met, as well as in highlighting problem areas and in recognizing success. This guidance note calls on police services to integrate gender into all internal oversight and monitoring mechanisms, while providing them with the tools to do so.

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