The Digital Transformation of UN Peacekeeping: what does it mean for UN Police?

UN Police needs to develop a fuller understanding of the technologies’ potential and application. Data protection and privacy should be covered by doctrine and training to ensure that UN Police exercise the utmost rigor in data management.

A member of the Chinese Formed Police Unit (FPU) deployed at UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) operates a drone with a video-camera during a long range patrol to Tubmanburg, Liberia. UN Photo/Albert Gonzálex Farran.
Police Advisor Nanah Kamara from Sierra Leone is serving at UNMISS in South Sudan. UN Photo.

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