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STORY: UNSOM hosts workshop on Somalias

New Policing Model


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DATELINE: 24/APRIL/2017, MOGADISHU, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST
1. Wide shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the Senior UN Police
Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing Model
2. Med shot, translator from UNSOM during the workshop
on the New Policing Model
3. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee members
listening during the training workshop
4. Med shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the Senior UN Police
Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing model
5. Wide shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee members
listening during the training workshop on the New Policing Model
6. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee members
listening during the training workshop on the New Policing Model
7. Close up shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
8. Wide shot, translator from UNSOM during the workshop
on the New Policing Model
9. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee members
listening during the training workshop on the New Policing Model
10. Wide shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the Senior UN
Police Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing model
11. Close up shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
member listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
12. Med shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the UN Police
Senior Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing model
13. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) HIRSHABELLE POLICE
COMMISSIONER, COL. HASSAN DHISOW HASSAN
This workshop is very significant given that it is the first step towards
the establishment of the security institutions, particularly the police in
HirShabelle. We look forward to the outcome which will be very useful
for the administration in terms of provision of security for the people.

14. Wide shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the UN Police


Senior Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing Model
15. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
16. Close up shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the Senior UN
Police Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing Model
17. Wide shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
18. Med shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the Senior UN
Police Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing Model
19. Close up shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
member listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
20. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
21. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
22. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) UN POLICE SENIOR
ADVISOR ON POLICE REFORMS, MEINOLF SCHLOTMANN
You all know that the London Conference in coming up and security is
going to be a major topic of discussion in this conference. I can assure
you that the New Policing Model will be one of the topics to be
discussed.

23. Wide shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the UN Police


Senior Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing Model
24. Med shot, Police officers from Ghana and Nepal
assisting in the facilitation of the workshop and listening
25. Wide shot, Police officer from Nepal at the
workshop
26. Close up shot, Police officer from Nepal helping in
the facilitation of the workshop
27. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee (TC)
members listening during the training workshop on the New Policing
Model
28. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) HIRSHABELLE
MINISTER OF INTERIOR, MOHAMED ALI ADLE
The national security architecture is about how the security and
stabilization plan will be implemented, given that we have a federal
system of governance. Federal member states have a stake in the
security of the country, since the security of the country is intertwined
with that of the federal state. They complement each other. If
HirShabelle is secure, it is good for the whole country and we are happy
with the national security architecture.

29. Wide shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee


member asking a question during the training workshop on the New
Policing Model
30. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
member asking a question during the training workshop on the New
Policing Model
31. Wide shot, A committee member asking a question
during the training workshop on the New Policing Model
32. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members reading a document during the training workshop on the New
Policing Model
33. Close up shot, hand on document being read
during the training workshop on New Policing Model
34. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) THE CHAIRMAN OF
THE HIRSHABELLE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE, GENERAL NUR
MOHAMED SALAH
We are very happy with how the process is going on and look forward
to the outcome of this meeting.

35. Wide shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the UN Police


Senior Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating workshop on the New
Policing model
36. Med shot, translator translating during workshop
on the New Policing model
37. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members reading documents during the training workshop on the New
Policing Model
38. Med shot, HirShabelle Technical Committee
members looking at a document during the training workshop on the
New Policing Model
39. Wide shot, Meinolf Schlotmann, the UN Police
Senior Advisor on Police Reforms, facilitating the workshop on the New
Policing Model
40. Close up shot, a female delegate attending the
workshop listening
41. Wide shot, translator at the workshop on the New
Policing Model
42. SOUNDBITE: (SOMALI) DELEGATE
ATTENDING THE WORKSHOP, HALIMA ABDIRAHMAN SHEIKH
I hope that we have more of such workshops because they are
important for women and children who over the last 26 years have
suffered the most because of wars in Somalia. If we have a strong
police force in place, then our security will be guaranteed.
END

UNSOM hosts workshop on Somalias New Policing Model

Mogadishu, 24 April 2017 - A three-day workshop to discuss the modalities


of implementing Somalias New Policing Model in HirShabelle state
commenced today in Mogadishu.

The workshop contributes to the operationalization of a broader agreement


known as the National Security Architecture, which was jointly endorsed by
President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo and the presidents of the federal
member states in Mogadishu on 16 April. The New Policing Model was
reaffirmed by the political agreement on Somalias National Security
Architecture.

In attendance at the workshop were members of the HirShabelle Technical


Committee, who will oversee the implementation of the New Policing Model
and lay the foundation for the establishment of a state police force.

The members of the committee are drawn from the HirShabelle state
assembly, government ministries and departments, and nongovernmental
organizations, among others. The meeting was organized by the United
Nations Assistance Mission in Somalia (UNSOM) and officially opened by the
HirShabelle Minister of Interior, Mohamed Ali Adle.

Speaking at the workshop, HirShabelle State Police Commissioner Col.


Hassan Dhisow Hassan said the implementation of the New Policing Model
will culminate in the establishment of a strong police service to help secure
the region and the country.

This workshop is of great significance, given that it is the first step towards
the establishment of the security institutions, particularly the police in
HirShabelle. We look forward to the outcome, which will be very useful for the
administration in terms of the provision of security for the people, Col.
Hassan said.

In March 2016 internal security ministers from the federal government and
federal member states signed an agreement on the future structure of Somali
police services and called it the New Policing Model.

The agreement codifies a two-tier approach for policing by state-level police


services and a federal police service. On 24 June 2016 the New Policing
Model was endorsed by the National Leadership Forum, and that backing was
confirmed by the political agreement on a national security architecture for
Somalia that was reached on 16 April of this year.

The model contains federal and state-level components that will report to their
respective federal and state-level ministries of internal security. Each
component will be responsible for recruitment and training of police personnel.

Minister Adle welcomed the fact that the workshop was being held just a few
days after the countrys top leadership agreed on the new national security
architecture, which proposed an increase in security personnel numbers
nationwide and greater collaboration between state and federal security
institutions.

The National Security Architecture is about how the security and stabilization
plan will be implemented, given that we have a federal system of governance.
Federal member states have a stake in the security of the country, since the
security of the country is intertwined with that of the federal state. They
complement each other. If HirShabelle is secure, it is good for the whole
country and we are happy with the security architecture, the Minister
explained.

Meinolf Schlotmann, UNSOM Senior Police Advisor on Police Reforms, also


expressed satisfaction with the discussions, adding that the issue of security
was of great significance to both federal and state governments. Mr.
Schlotmann noted that security will be one of the topical issues in the London
Somalia Conference scheduled for 11 May 2017.

You all know that the London Conference in coming up and support to the
New Policing Model will be one of the topics to be discussed, the UN official
observed.

Halima Abdirahman Sheikh, one of the participants, urged the UN and the
federal government to organize more workshops on security to enable
Somalia to establish a strong security force.

I hope that we have more of such workshops because they are important for
women and children who over the last 26 years have suffered the most
because of wars in Somalia. If we have a strong police in place, then our
security will be guaranteed, Ms. Sheikh said.

HirShabelle is the fifth federal member state to implement the New Policing
Model joining Jubbaland, South West State, Puntland and Galmudug.