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Assist in strengthening the civilian law enforcement agencies and the justice sector in order to provide citizen security and combat drug trafficking and organized crime while respecting human rights and the rule of law.
Guinea is in a period of transition. A key element in consolidating the transition to democracy is security sector reform. The security sector forces have contributed to instability and, in some instances, been involved in narco-trafficking and other transnational crimes. In order for the military to remove itself from daily involvement in internal security, civilian law enforcement capacity needs to be strengthened
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