Police reform in Southern Sudan

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This report (2009) shares the findings and considers the policy implications of the first evidence-based survey of community perceptions on policing in Southern Sudan. The survey data provide a snapshot of security issues across the still fragile social and political landscape of Southern Sudan.

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Alfred Sebit Lokuji

Deputy Vice-Chancellor at University of Juba, South Sudan
Alfred Lokujigained his PhD at the University of Georgia (USA) and has taught at Dar es Salaam University, and at Moi University in Kenya and served as member of the policy advisory board at the Tanzania Centre for Development Cooperation, Arusha. He is a member of Centre for Peace and Development Studies at the University of Juba.

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