Welcome to the United Nations
  • UNMISS Police, in collaboration with FAO, hands over the “AGRICULTURE DEMONSTRATION PLOTS PROJECT” to SSNPS at Yei Checkpoint Police Station.
  • One of the first UN Police assigned by Ghana to the UN Force standing on a street in Leopoldvillem, Congo, 1960
  • United Nations Peacekeeping Police Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP), Kyrenia, Cyprus, 01 May 1973
  • UN Police officer in MONUSCO is distributing face masks to her national counterparts before starting a workshop to prevent the spread of COVID-19
  • United Nations Police are preparing to ensure safety and security in Haiti.
  • MINUSCA Police on Foot Patrol greets a child during his foot patrol through the streets of Bangui.
  • UN Formed Police Unit (FPU) Member Trains in Grenade Destruction
  • UN Secretary-General Visits Training Center for Peacekeepers in China
  • UN Police and Timor Police Team Visits Victims, House by House
  • Action for Peacekeeping
  • Action for Peacekeeping

UN Police Services

The mission of UN Police is to enhance international peace and security by supporting Member-States in conflict, post-conflict and other crisis situations. Its goal is to realize effective, efficient, representative, responsive and accountable police services that serve and protect the population. To that end, United Nations Police build and support or, where mandated, act as a substitute or partial substitute for host-State police capacity to prevent and detect crime, protect life and property and maintain public order and safety, in adherence to the rule of law and international human rights law (S/2018/1183). 

Police in UN peace operations

UN Police Videos

United Nations Police Adviser's 
Message on COVID-19

United Nations Police Adviser's Message on COVID19 (English)

UN Police Response: Peacekeeping 
Chief Briefs Security Council

UN Police Response - Peacekeeping chief briefs Security Council

UN Police Sustain Peace 
& Prevent Conflicts

UN Police sustain peace & prevent conflicts


United Nations Police 60th Anniversary: UNPOL Magazine Commemorative 15th Edition

"Effective policing is crucial to building peaceful, prosperous and equitable societies. Today, more than 11,000 United Nations Police officers are working around the world to do just that." - UN Secretary-General António Guterres opening the 15th UN Police Week.

Foreword of Secretary-General António Guterres