This publication, after an introductory part (with purpose, structure and methodology of the report), is organized in four chapters:
Safe and Secure Environment from Stability Policing perspective [identifying the main elements to describe Public Order and Public Safety (PO&PS), Rule of Law (RoL), Protection of Human Rights (HRs), and any other element that contribute to Safe and Secure Environment (SASE)];
Identify Stability Policing activities performed under NATO umbrella [with the common understanding of Stability Policing (SP), identification of the Stability Policing activities performed under NATO umbrella, and the main Stability Policing Contributors];
Identify elements that can lead to Host Nation Police Forces effectiveness [identifying the Host Nation Police Forces (HNPF), the meaning of HNPF effectiveness, and the End State (ES) in line with the HNPF capabilities requirements];
Stability Policing within NATO Planning Process [identifying SP involvement into the NATO Operations Planning Process and into the NATO Exercises Planning Process]
After these chapters the Report finishes with the important section of Conclusions and Recommendations that have been accepted by the NATO HQ SACT as Customer, part of them being currently under the assessment process within IMS and ACO for further approval and implementation within the Alliance.
These handle topics like Stability Policing as part of the “Projecting Stability” approach, SP Capabilities, most suitable SP national assets in order to perform NATO SP OPS, SP in planning phase and in exercises, etc.
For further information about this work and its content it is possible to contact NATO SP COE, LL BRANCH.