(PRWEB) May 24, 2011
Sallyport has been subcontracted, by the National Centre for State Courts (NCSC), to provide life support, office space in Baghdad, Basra and Irbil and secure transportation services for NCSC assessment teams collecting information and data throughout Iraq’s 18 governorates.
Since 2003, the U.S. Government, including the Department of State, Bureau for international Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL), has been engaged in efforts to reconstitute the components of the Iraqi criminal justice system (police, judiciary and corrections) as a means of promoting security, stability, and respect for the rule of law, while creating an environment conducive to democracy, good governance, and economic development. The three criminal justice system components are vitally interconnected and an effective criminal justice system exists only when all three are properly functioning. A common goal of all of INL’s programs in Iraq is to assist in the development of a fair and humane Iraqi criminal justice system that effectively maintains law and order, which Iraqis utilize to seek safety, resolve disputes, and obtain justice, rather than turn to violent militias or other criminal groups. In early 2011, NCSC, on behalf of INL, will be conducting an assessment of the criminal justice sector in Iraq.
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