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Privileges and Immunities of United Nations Police

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This paper examines the law concerning the privileges and immunities of international police serving in UN peace operations. It describes the legal framework concerning privileges and immunities in UN peace operations and focuses on the key legal privileges and immunities that UN police are granted. More specifically the paper describes the immunity of UN police from criminal and civil jurisdiction of the host State.


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1. george washington law review 00168076 2007;11
2. Cornell International Law Journal 00108812 2006;Vol 39:71
3. Connecticut Journal of International Law 08971218 2002;Vol 18:103

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