15 Apr 2020
CovidCrimeWatch, UN Peace Ops
Bruno Isohi Shioso is a commissioner of police and currently on secondment to the United Nations Police (UNPOL) as a team leader of the Serious and Organized Crime Team (SOC Team) within the Mission Management and Support Section.
He specializes in transnational organized crime with a bias to their impact to insecurity and conflicts within conflict, post-conflict and fragile regions.
The SOC Team, on behalf of the UN police adviser, is instrumental in supporting police components within peace operations and special political missions with the necessary tools and skills to adequately enhance institutional capacities and operational capabilities of host nations on organized crime.
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