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Past Events

31 Aug 2022 - 31 Aug 2022 | Virual: (3:00-4:00 PM EST)
8 Mar 2022 - 8 Mar 2022 | Live Broadcast at 10:30 AM EST (New York Time)/ 9:00 PM IST (Delhi Time)
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the United Nations Police is honored to host Dr. Kiran Bedi of India to discuss the critical role of women in policing at the national and international levels for building and sustaining peace. During a live conversation with the United Nations Police, Dr. Bedi will speak about her courageous and inspiring journey as India’s first woman to join the Indian Police Service, including the challenges she overcame in breaking the glass ceiling and making a difference. This event will start with an introduction by the UN Police Adviser Luis Carrilho and streamed live from the United Nations studio on the UN Police Facebook page.
26 Jan 2022 - 26 Jan 2022 | Live Broadcast at 10:30 AM EST (New York Time)
From the United Nations Studio, we are hosting the United Nations Police Adviser, Commissioner Luís Carrilho, who will discuss the achievements of the United Nations Police in 2021 and its strategic and operational priorities for 2022. The discussion will be broadcast on the United Nations Police Facebook page.
9 Nov 2021 - 9 Nov 2021 | Live Broadcast at 12:30 PM EST (New York Time)
A Nepali peacekeeper serving in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) was on Friday named the recipient of the UN Woman Police Officer of the Year Award.
6 Aug 2021 - 6 Aug 2021 | Live Broadcast
How does United Nations Police contribute to peacekeeping in UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA)?
2 Nov 2020 - 6 Nov 2020
15th UNITED NATIONS POLICE WEEK ( 2 – 6 November 2020 )
2 Jul 2020 - 2 Jul 2020 | LIVE
The United Nations Police occupy a unique role among the world’s police with about 11,000 officers from over 90 countries, serving on the frontlines in 14 mission contexts. As first responders during the COVID-19 pandemic, they continue maintaining a physical presence to help host-state authorities maintain law and order, protect civilians, and reassure local populations through patrolling and community-oriented policing.