Nélson De Sousa C. Belo, Mark R. Koenig, Edited by Silas Everett
15, December 2011
A brief paper (.pdf) that examines the development of the Polícia Nacional de Timor-Leste (PNTL) over the last decade, which has been a core focus of the international community as well as successive national governments. As capacity has been developed at both the individual and organizational levels, the need for the PNTL to develop into a community oriented police service has been stated regularly.
Despite this prominence in international and national rhetoric on police development, demonstrable progress toward making community policing a cornerstone of policing in Timor-Leste has been very limited.
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The political leadership of Timor-Leste is very focused on the issues around the police and the need for police reform.
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As a vague ambition rather than an immediate priority, community policing is chronically under-resourced, with the most recent FY12 budget leaving out its funds for training completely.
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