INPROL is a project of the United States Institute of Peace with facilitation support from the Center of Excellence for StabilityPolice Units, the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, and the Public International Law & Policy Group.
INPROL Consolidated Response (07-008)
5 December 2007
Anaïs Slalvin, Facilitator, Criminal Law and Judicial Advisory Section, Office of Rule of Law and Security Institutions, UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations
Leigh Toomey, INPROL Rule of Law Forum Facilitator, United States Institute of Peace
With contributions from:
1.Angela Krueger , International Fellow, International Legal Foundation, Nepal2.Christina Storm, Founder and President, Lawyers Without Borders3.J. O’Neil G. Pouliot, INPROL Police Commanders Forum Facilitator and formerly withthe Royal Canadian Mounted Police4.Claudia Baroni, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, United Nations Office onDrugs and Crime5.Francis Bremson, Senior Court Management Advisor, Afghanistan Rule of Law Project,United States Agency for International Development6. Ilias Chatzis, Project Coordinator, Anti-Trafficking Section, United Nations Office onDrugs and Crime7.Melinda Lord, Gender Justice Advisor, Justice Sector Support Program, Afghanistan8.Vivienne O’Connor , Rule of Law Advisor, Rule of Law Program, United States Institute of Peace9.Charles Briefel, European Commission, Justice Sector Reform Program, Afghanistan10. David Kerem, Program Assistant, International Judicial Relations Office, United StatesFederal Judicial Center 11.Mark LaLonde, Managing Partner, Canpro Training Resources Inc., Canada12.Michael Hartmann, Senior Advisor, Criminal Justice Program, United Nations Office onDrugs and Crime, Afghanistan and Member of the INPROL Rule of Law Council of ExpertsThe full text of the responses provided by these INPROL members can be found athttp://www.inprol.org/node/2376. INPROL invites further comment by members.
All opinions stated in this consolidated response have been made in a personal capacityand do not necessarily reflect the views of particular organizations. INPROL does not explicitlyadvocate policies.