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  • Posted on: 24 August, 2015 Deadline: 28 August, 2015
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    Strengthening integrity in public and private sphere and reducing corruption has been a priority for Nigeria for a number of years. However, corruption continues to be a significant impediment to economic growth and social advancement while discouraging business investments, adding to the high cost of doing business and eroding the confidence of the people of Nigeria in the government and its ability to deliver the dividends of democracy including the rule of law.

    The anti-corruption sector in Nigeria currently has a fairly good quality of legislative texts, statutes and mandates challenged by a lack of effective implementation. While a number of anti-corruption institutions are in operation, there is a critical risk of fragmentation and poor coordination in the anti-corruption sector within the country and a need to strengthen the capacities of law enforcement and corruption-prevention agencies.

    In order to strengthen this fight, the Government of Nigeria has entered into a funding agreement with the European Union (EU) for the implementation of the project: “Support to Anti-Corruption in Nigeria” (FED/2012/306-220) (NGAX60). Under the agreement, the implementation of the Project has been entrusted to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

    National Consultants for Police Training


    The Project Aims

    • To strengthen anti-corruption policy-making, coordination and monitoring mechanisms and to improve legislation;
    • To enhance institutional and operational capacity of anti-corruption agencies, the Police and the Judiciary, and to improve inter-agency cooperation; and
    • To empower Civil Society Organisations and to increase the provision of services and;
    • To enhance their participation in anti-corruption activities.

    The training targeting the police force is intended to assist the police force to play its significant role in fighting corruption as an institution. The justification of training for police on integrity, ethics and behavioural change is premised on the fact that the Nigeria Police Force is the largest and most widespread among all law enforcement institutions empowered to fight corruption, and hence it is the most critical and highly visible institution in government’s anti-corruption effort and the greatest public attention. It is also noteworthy to add that other anti-corruption agencies like EFCC and ICPC draw the bulk of their personnel from the Nigeria Police Force. Unfortunately, the Nigerian Police organization has consistently been under serious negative public criticisms. This image or public perception needs to be addressed. As an institution, the overall effectiveness of police personnel largely depends on the collective ability of the institution to win the cooperation and participation of the public. This can only be enhanced when the public perception of its professional integrity and work ethics are favourable. Therefore the Nigeria Police more than the other anti-corruption agencies deserve more attention and support in capacity building that will enhance their ability to manage impression through work attitudes and behavior.

    The Main Objectives Of This Training Is To Enable The Participants To

    • Understand the role of work behaviour and attitudes in professional integrity and work ethics;
    • Recognize some of the top strategies for changing work attitudes and behaviour;
    • Manage emerging issues of integrity and ethics in anti-corruption assignments;
    • Acquire skills for developing emotional and social intelligence;
    • Acquire skills for impression management;
    • Develop action-plan for effective utilisation of the skills.

    Activity 2.3.3 of the 2015 workplan provides for recruitment of two national experts to develop training modules and provide integrity training for the Nigeria Police.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    Purpose Of The Assignment

    The purpose of the assignment is to develop appropriate training modules and serve as resource persons/trainers in the entire training programme


    Consultant B will work concurrently with Consultant A and will perform the following duties:

    • Conduct a desk review of materials availed by UNODC;
    • Work with Consultant A to submit an inception report acceptable to UNODC;
    • Jointly develop the training modules with Consultant A;
    • Participate in the design and delivery of four (4) workshops (two days each) on ethics and behavioural change for the Nigeria police Force;
    • Give PowerPoint presentations of topics allocated by UNODC at a five-days “training of trainers workshop”;
    • Participate in a debriefing session with senior management of the Nigeria Police Force;
    • Participate in writing of workshop report acceptable to UNODC.

    The Experts Will Be Expected To Provide The Following

    • Development of training modules for police officers on ethics and behavioural change;
    • PowerPoint presentations for assigned topics;
    • Such other written materials as may be required by the Project Officer (Capacity Building) to enhance the effectiveness of the capacity building activities;
    • Facilitate design and implementation of a five-days (train the trainers workshop) for trainers of the Nigeria police Force.

    Duration And Details As To How The Work Must Be Delivered

    • Desk review of materials availed by UNODC – 3 days;
    • Attending an inception meeting with UNODC in Abuja to prepare the inception report and to agree on programme of work and dates – 3 days;
    • Development of training modules – 5 days;
    • Pre-workshops preparation of presentations materials – 5 days;
    • Presentations and group work at workshops – 13 days;
    • Debriefing session – 1 day.

    Total: 30 Working days each

    Criteria To Evaluate The Consultant’s Performance

    • All outputs should meet the satisfaction of UNODC according to the following indicators: timeliness of delivery, quality of all documents and reports produced.

    Evaluation criteria

    Assessment will be based on Technical and Financial evaluation with 70% and 30% respectively. Only Candidate that reach the threshold of 70% in Technical assessment will be considered for further assessment. The technical evaluation will be done with the following highlights as guide:

    • Have at least 10 years of teaching experience in post-secondary training institutions in relevant areas;
    • Academic qualifications in relevant areas;
    • Have good knowledge of Nigeria’s police laws and human resource procedures;
    • Exposure to international police practices;
    • Research on police functions and behaviour;
    • Publication of articles on police;
    • Previous involvement in training.

    The Selected Consultants Will Be Remunerated For 26 Working Days As Per Agreed Daily Fees. The Fees Are Payable According To The Following Schedule Linked To The Expected Outputs As Highlighted Below

    • Upon submission and acceptance of the training modules -20%;
    • Upon satisfactory completion of two workshops -50%;
    • Upon satisfactory completion of the next two workshops -20%;
    • Upon completion of the training of trainers workshop-10%.

    Travel deemed necessary for the conduct of the consultancy will need to be approved in advance by UNODC and will be covered for travel costs, DSA etc. according to the prevailing rules and regulations of the United Nations.


    Corporate Competencies

    • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
    • Highest standard of integrity, discretion and loyalty.

    Functional Competencies

    • Excellent understanding of organisational issues;
    • Commitment to professionalism;
    • Commitment to effectiveness, accessibility, accountability, transparency and fairness;
    • Excellent knowledge of the social, political and economic situation of Nigeria.
    • Good understanding of change management, including system development and organizational skills;
    • Commitment to quality;
    • Commitment to deadlines;
    • Objectivity, honesty and fairness;
    • Logic and ability to operate systematically;
    • Excellent oral and writing communication skills;
    • Timely and accurate submission of reports and other required documents;
    • Substantive and linguistic quality of documents prepared;
    • Commitment to confidentiality of the assignment and handing over of products and documents paid for by UNODC used in the delivery of consultancy outputs;
    • Demonstrable drafting and report-writing skills.


    • Advanced University degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in police studies (or law enforcement), criminology, psychology, community policing, or related field. A University first degree in police science, psychology, behavioural studies or other similar fields 20 years’ experience in police work will be considered in lieu of an advanced degree.


    • 10 years in-depth experience as trainer in a post-secondary institution in subjects such as police studies, psychology, policing and law enforcement, attitudes and attitudinal change, group dynamics, criminology, police ethics, and similar topics. Research in police behaviour and attitudes, publication of relevant articles in reputed journals, and participation in forums and committees of police work or behaviour will be a distinct advantage;
    • An exposure to international police practices is also desirable;
    • In-depth knowledge of Nigeria’s law on the establishment of police force, police service ethics, public service ethics, and police recruitment and human resource procedures is highly desirable;
    • Have good knowledge of Nigeria’s police laws and human resource procedures;
    • Exposure to international police practices;
    • Research on police functions and behaviour;
    • Publication of articles on police;
    • Previous involvement in training activities with law enforcement.

    Fluency in spoken and written English is required.

    Method of Application

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