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To serve and to protect

To serve and to protect

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This manual describes the rules of human rights and humanitarian law relevant to professional law enforcement practice in situations ranging from peace to international armed conflict.

ICRC, Geneva, 1998, 455 pp., 16 x 23 cm, English, French, Arabic / Price CHF 40.- / ref. 0698

http://www.icrc.org/web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/p0698
This manual describes the rules of human rights and humanitarian law relevant to professional law enforcement practice in situations ranging from peace to international armed conflict.

ICRC, Geneva, 1998, 455 pp., 16 x 23 cm, English, French, Arabic / Price CHF 40.- / ref. 0698

http://www.icrc.org/web/eng/siteeng0.nsf/html/p0698

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Published by: International Committee of the Red Cross on Nov 02, 2009
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reserved

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1998
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTE OF THE RED CROSS
 
TO SERVE
AND
TO PROTECT
Human Rightsand Humanitarian Lawfor Police and Security Forces
C. de Rover 
International Committee of the Red Cross19 Avenue de la Paix, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland
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+41 22 734 6001
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+41 22 733 2057
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-mail: icrc.gva@icrc.org
www
.icrc.orgOriginal: English
 
ISBN 2-88145-093-8
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International Committee of the Red CrossGeneva 1998
The author:
Cees de Rover
, former Senior Adviser on LawEnforcement and Security Issues to the United Nations SpecialRepresentative of the Secretary General in Burundi, former DeputyDirector of the Police Institute for Public Order and Safety (P.I.O.V.)of the Netherlands, former Dutch Police Official. In addition to hisformalpolicingqualifications,Mr.deRoverholdsaMastersdegreeinbusiness administration (MBA) and is currently completing the finalrequirements for a Masters degree in International Law (LLM). As aconsultant for various international organisations, he has worked inthe field of human rights, humanitarian law and professional lawenforcement practice. He has conducted assessment and trainingmissions for police and security forces in more than forty countries of Latin America, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Asia. At the Interna-tionalCommitteeoftheRedCrossMr.deRoverisworkingwithintheDivisionforRelationswithArmedandSecurityForcesinthefunctionof Coordinator Police and Security Forces.

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