International consultant to deliver training for trainers “(ToT) for KP officers on early indicators of domestic violence
In recent years, the Department for Security and Public Safety (DSPS) of the OSCE Mission in Kosovo (OMiK) has been proactively participating in the development of the security and public safety sector in Kosovo. In order to facilitate the sustainability of progress made by the Kosovo Police (KP) and the Kosovo Agency on Forensic (KAF) the DSPS Police Development and Monitoring Section (PDMS) will continue to support the implementation of activities envisioned in the KP Strategic Development Plan 2016-2020 and the KP Human Resources Strategy 2016-2020, KAF Development Strategy 2016-2020, and the Police Inspectorate of Kosovo Strategy 2014-2018. The beneficiaries of this project will have the possibility to improve capacities and their expertise through different trainings and activities which will be based on best practices of European countries. The activities planned in this project will focus on areas related to gender mainstreamed human resource policies within the KP; improved skills and accredited practices and procedures within the KAF; greater understanding of the recording, investigation and prosecution of potential hate crimes by law enforcement entities; further development of the KP distance learning capacities; and improvement of co-operation at the international level by the KP. All activities will be developed and implemented in close co-operation and co-ordination with, inter alia, the staff of both the KP and the KAF. In order to measure the impact of these activities and to embed progress which has been achieved related to the reduction of human rights violations, the PDMS will continue to proactively monitor human rights compliance and the quality of the training delivered. Activity managers will also proactively advocate with beneficiaries to encourage the participation of women and non-majority communities. To ensure the objectives of the project, from 27 - 31 August 2018 PDMS staff and 20 KP officers from community policing units across Kosovo will participate in a 5 days ToT which will focus on early indicators of domestic violence. The objective of this activity, which will be delivered by an international expert hired by OMIK, is to provide the potential trainers with the knowledge and best practices on how to effectively identify early indicators of domestic abuse, the domestic violence cycle and appropriate methods for responding to calls and cases of domestic abuse ensuring the safety of victims and the responding police officers.
The ToT will cover:
- Overview of early indicators related to domestic violence
- Dynamics of Domestic Violence including facts and misconceptions about domestic violence
- Legal Aspects of Domestic Violence
- Enforcement and Protection in Domestic Violence Cases
- Interviewing Techniques in Domestic Violence Cases
- Understand relevant human rights provisions related to domestic violence
- Identify the most common factors causing domestic violence including the cycle of domestic violence involving
- The Tension building phase
- The Acute battering episode
- The honeymoon phase
- Explain lessons-learned, why victims stay, the effects of domestic violence on children training and equipment implications
- International practices on dealing with domestic violence
The objective of this activity is to provide twenty (20) specifically selected police investigators and trainers from the KP with specialised training on issues related to early indicators of domestic violence, acquaint the participants with best practices and increase their skills on how to effectively identify early indicators to ensure cases of domestic violence are prevented and victims’ rights are protected.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Under the supervision of the Chief of PDMS, the international expert shall:
- Draft the training methodology and materials in consultation with PDMS and deliver the agenda, presentations, exercises and case studies to the Chief of PDMS prior to the training of trainers (ToT)
- Conduct five (5) days of ToT for KP officers on early indicators of domestic violence for twenty (20) police officers from community police units and KP trainers
- Assist participants to cope with the challenges that they meet during the training
- Provide advice on the sustainability of the specialized training programme in the relevant area to the PDMS
- Produce the final consultancy report and recommendations for further action.
- On 20 August 2018 submit the final training plan satisfactorily incorporating the PDMS comments, if applicable, to the Chief of PDMS in electronic form
- On 20 August 2018 prepare the final training agenda, video presentations, PowerPoint presentations, practical exercises and case studies, a pre course evaluation test and a training evaluation questionnaire satisfactorily incorporating the PDMS comments and submit to the Chief of PDMS and in electronic form/as agreed with the PDMS Chief
- From 27 to 31 August 2018 deliver five (5) days ToT for KP officers on early indicators of domestic violence. The training will last from 9am until 4pm each day
- On 1 September 2018 submit to the Chief of PDMS the final consultancy report including assessment of the participants, the effectiveness of the training materials/methodology, recommendations for further action and the sustainability of the specialized training programme in the relevant area, etc.
- Final training plan, agenda, presentations, exercises, case studies and training evaluation questionnaire incorporating the PDMS comments submitted to the Chief of PDMS on time, in the agreed form and of quality satisfactory to the Chief of PDMS
- Training delivered as scheduled/planned in a requested format and to the satisfaction of the PDMS Chief
- Positive feedback from the training participants
- The completed pre course evaluation test and the training evaluation questionnaire
- The final consultancy report is submitted to the Chief of PDMS on time and of quality satisfactory to the Chief of PDMS
- University degree in Criminology, Sociology, Psychology or other social sciences
- Graduated from a recognised police academy or police college
- Minimum ten (10) years of relevant professional experience in the area of psychology or domestic violence investigation
- At least five (5) years of training experience on law enforcement personnel
- Ability to operate windows applications, including word processing and e-mail
- Professional fluency in English
- Demonstrated ability and willingness to work as a member of a team, with people of different cultural and religious backgrounds and demonstrated gender sensitivity
- Flexibility and ability to work under pressure and with limited time frames.
Remuneration will depend on the qualifications and experience of individual experts as well as the detailed work plan to be agreed upon and will be based on the current OSCE consultancy rates.
How To Apply
In order to apply for this position you must complete the OSCE's online application form, found under https://jobs.osce.org/.Applicants are encouraged to use the online recruitment and only fully completed OSCE applications will be accepted. However, if you have technical difficulties with the system you may use the offline application form found under https://jobs.osce.org/resources/document/offline-application-form and forward the completed form quoting the vacancy number by e-mail to: email@example.com. In line with your qualifications please indicate preference to one or more field of expertise listed above (while using the online application the field of expertise preference can be indicated in the cover letter part). Kindly note that applications received after the deadline, submitted in different formats than the OSCE Application Form or in other languages than the English language would not be considered. The OSCE is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages qualified female and male candidates from all national, religious, ethnic and social backgrounds to apply.
- Organization: OSCE - Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
- Location: Pristina (Kosovo)
- Grade: Level not specified
- Education, Learning and Training
- Gender-based violence
- Climate Change
- Drugs, Crime and Human trafficking
- Closing Date: 2018-06-24