Consultant (Expert for Criminal Justice)

  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / YEAR
  • Job type:
    CONTRACTOR
  • Posted:
    3 months ago
  • Category:
    Drug Control and Crime Prevention
  • Deadline:
    05/02/2024

JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Opening
Job Opening ID: 226752
Job Network : Economic, Social and Development
Job Family : Drug Control and Crime Prevention
Category and Level : Consultants, CON
Duty Station : BOGOTA
Department/Office : United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Date Posted : Jan 26, 2024
Deadline : Feb 5, 2024

Result of Service
The Criminal Justice Consultant is responsible for the quality and timely submission of their specific deliverables, as specified below. All deliverables must be well written in Spanish and have a clear, transparent and verifiable analysis process. The substantive expert will report exclusively to and interact with the Deputy Representative of the United Nations Office for the Andean Region and the Southern Cone, to coordinate activities and for feedback on the deliverables.

The Criminal Justice Consultant is responsible for the following deliverables:

1. One diagnosis regarding to the effectiveness of the regulatory framework of Colombia associated to the international judicial cooperation, which includes an analysis focused on the role of the Ministry of Justice of Colombia in the international judicial cooperation and recommendations aimed to strengthen capacities of Colombia in the area of international judicial cooperation and the fight against transnational organized with focus on money laundering.
2. One document addressing to strengthening capacities of Argentina in regard to implementation of special investigative techniques within criminal investigations.
3. One document describing typologies of drug trafficking in Argentina to enhance the understanding of phenomenon of organized crime associated to this crime.
4. One document addressing to propose articles and interpretative glosses for the Chapter of International Cooperation the Law Model of Non-Conviction Based Forfeiture.
5. One document describing typologies of money laundering proceeds from trafficking in persons for Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
6. One document with the proposed of new articles and interpretative glosses of the chapter of International Cooperation of the Non-Conviction Based Forfeiture Model Law for Andean Region and the Southern Cone.
Work Location
Homebased with travel

Tentative Travel Dates :
Panama (22 April 2024 to 25 April 2024)
Peru (20 May 2024 to 23 May 2024)
Colombia (10 June to 13 June 2024)
Paraguay (16 September to 19 September 2024)
Expected duration
1/03/2024-31/12/2024
Duties and Responsibilities
Under the direction and supervision of the Deputy Representative of the United Nations Office for the Andean Region and the Southern Cone , the responsibilities of the Criminal Justice Consultant will be:

• Provide recommendations for enhance capacities of Colombia in the area of international judicial cooperation and the fight against transnational organized with focus on money laundering.
• Provide inputs to strengthening capacities of Argentina in regard to implementation of special investigative techniques within criminal investigations.

• Provide inputs to strengthening capacities of Argentina in regard to the understanding of phenomenon of organized crime with focus on money laundering.
• Provide advice in elaborating of the chapter of International Cooperation of the Non-Conviction Based Forfeiture Model Law for Andean Region and the Southern Cone.
• Elaborate, present and validate a document in regard to typologies of money laundering proceed from human trafficking.
Qualifications/special skills
An advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in the fields of law, criminology, international cooperation, public administration, political science, international relations or related fields of criminal justice and/or law enforcement is required.A first-level university degree in similar fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience, may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.
• A minimum of 10 years of technical experience in the criminal justice with focus in money laundering and international cooperation is required.
• Knowledge and experience of the United Nations system, particularly UNODC, is desirable.
• Knowledge of quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis methodologies is desirable;
• Experience in preparation and presentation and validation with authorities of structured documents containing quantitative and qualitative information is desirable.
Languages
English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. For this position Fluency in English with oral and written fluency in Spanish is required. Knowledge of another UN language is an advantage.

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