National Investigation Officer training of trainers' course, 6 - 15 Dec, Entebbe
The aim of the course is to build national capacity to train National Investigation Officers (NIO) to investigate allegations of misconduct in field missions, including allegations of serious misconduct amounting to sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA). The course will qualify member state NIO trainers to deliver UN accredited training to NIO practitioners through their own member state training institutions.The role of the NIO trainer is to instruct member state NIO practitioners to undertake impartial investigations, to a UN standard, to determine if an allegation of misconduct is substantiated or unsubstantiated. This supports UN and member state efforts to prevent and respond to allegations of SEA through national accountability measures such as administrative and disciplinary processes, as well as, when applicable, through referral for criminal accountability within military or national justice systems. NIO trainers and practitioners have a key role in the implementation of the UN Secretary-General’s zero-tolerance policy on SEA.
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