1st Edition

Peacebuilding and Police Reform

Edited By Espen Barth Eide, Tor Tanke Holm Copyright 2000

    The contributions here discuss the issue of internationally assisted police reform in transitions from war to peace. They include theoretical insights and informed case studies and a discussion of the trend towards internationally provided executive authority policing.

    Chapter 1 Introduction, ESPEN BARTH EIDE, TOR TANKE HOLM; Chapter 2 Contextualizing Police Reform: Security, the Rule of Law and Post-Conflict Peacebuilding, RAMA MANI; Chapter 3 CIVPOL: The UN Instrument for Police Reform, HALVOR HARTZ; Chapter 4 Looking for a Few Good Cops: Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding and CIVPOL, CHUCK CALL, MICHAEL BARNETT; Chapter 5 The Blue Flame and the Gold Shield: Methodology, Challenges and Lessons Learned on Human Rights Training for Police, FRANCESCA MAROTTA; Chapter 6 The Role of Bilateral Support for Police Reform Processes: The Case of the United States, OTWIN MARENIN; Chapter 7 Building New Police Forces in El Salvador and Guatemala: Learning and Counter-Learning, WILLIAM STANLEY; Chapter 8 CIVPOL Operations in Eastern Slavonia, 1992–98, TOR TANKE HOLM; Chapter 9 The Establishment of a Palestinian Police Force in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, BRYNJAR LIA; Chapter 10 Peacebuilding in Southern Africa: Police Reform in Mozambique and South Africa, MARK MALAN; Chapter 11 Police Reform and Human Rights Investigations: The Experience of the UN Mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina, CLAUDIO CORDONE; Chapter 12 Postscript: Towards Executive Authority Policing? The Lessons of Kosovo, ESPEN BARTH EIDE, TOR TANKE HOLM;