The new Interior Minister is in the Jordanian capital Amman for two days of talks on potential Jordanian help to restore security and stability in Libya.
An Emirati arrested in Tripoli on suspicion of spying on Libyan authorities in charge of the capital was an ex-sergeant dismissed by Dubai police five years ago, the force said on Twitter.
The UN-sponsored Skhirat Geneva process aimed at achieving a political settlement in Libya kicked off again last week, and could be in a decisive phase after months of stalemate.
During a telephone conversation, a source in Sirte, told Alwasat that more than 50 police officers previously working for the Interior Ministry office, have applied for repentance from ISIS. The terror group has opened what it calls a ‘Repentance Office’ in the city’s Rabat mosque.
In order to implement an effective security strategy plan in the Governorate of Hebron, it is necessary for security providers be able to identify the reasons for insecurity, and the lack of community safety. For this reason, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), in …
In a major step towards normality in Derna, the Abu Sleem Martyrs Brigade is reported to have requested that the Ministry of Justice in Beida send three judges, three prosecutors and six criminal investigators to reactivate the judicial system in the town.
Tripoli’s Rada (Deterrence) Force has vowed to use “an iron fist” to counter what it says is a a growing crime wave in the capital. From now on, it said, it will be punishing criminals, including drug dealers and kidnappers, on the spot instead of taking them to prison.
Three of the ten members of the Tunisian consulate staff kidnapped in Tripoli five days ago are reported to have been freed.
In order to implement an effective security strategy plan in the Governorate of Jenin, it is necessary for security providers be able to identify the reasons for insecurity and lack of community safety. As a result, the Geneva Centre for the Democratic Control of the Armed Forces (DCAF), in collaboration …
Arrested Policing: Assessment of Damage to Criminal Justice Infrastructure in the Gaza strip during Operation “Protective Edge”
In the summer of 2014, Israel launched Operation “Protective Edge” in the Gaza Strip. During the Operation, over 2,200 Palestinians were killed and more than 70 Israelis. The fighting also caused significant damage to the local criminal justice infrastructure and, consequently, the ability of security providers to uphold the rule …