Accession Number : ADA494019


Title :   Implementing Security Sector Reform


Descriptive Note : Interim rept.


Corporate Author : CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA


Personal Author(s) : Kramer, Franklin D ; Gaffney, Jr , Henry H ; Megahan, Richard ; Dempsey, Thomas A


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a494019.pdf


Report Date : 04 Dec 2008


Pagination or Media Count : 61


Abstract : This Workshop on Implementing Security Sector Reform consisted of four Panel Sessions. Panel One: The Police and Law Enforcement Components of SSR, focused on the police component of SSR, identifying methodologies and strategies for police capacity building and exploring the linkages between law enforcement and the other elements of SSR. Panel Two: The Role of Non-State Forces in SSR, focused on what role (if any) forces that are not formally affiliated with the state should play in supporting stability and security. Panel Three: Rule of Law and Justice in Security Sector Reform, explored the intersection between rule of law and the elements of SSR as developed in the must released U. S. Army Field Manual on Stability Operations, FM 3-07. Panel Four: Expanding the 3D Partnership: Multiple Stakeholders and issues of Prioritization explored the need to better integrate additional stakeholders in SSR activities and examined how SSR activities should be sequenced and prioritized by collaborating agencies. The papers presented during each session are included in this report.


Descriptors :   *POLICE , *LAW ENFORCEMENT , *SECURITY , *MILITARY LAW , CONFLICT , ORGANIZATION THEORY , WORKSHOPS , INSTRUCTION MANUALS , INTERNATIONAL LAW , FIELD ARMY , AFGHANISTAN , PUBLIC SAFETY , CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM , PRISONERS OF WAR , WEST AFRICA , PANELS , MODIFICATION , ORGANIZATIONAL REALIGNMENT , STABILITY , IRAQ


Subject Categories : Government and Political Science
      Defense Systems


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE