About the Project

  • PHASE I
  • PHASE II
  • PHASE III

“Strengthening The Civilian Oversight of Internal Security Forces Project Phase III”, – first phase carried out between 2008-2010 and the second phase between 2012-2014 – funded by the European Union, is being implemented by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The project mainly aims at a double-sided and qualified security governance model that takes into account the needs, demands and expectations of the vulnerable and disadvantaged segments of the society and provides not only security but also “trust”. In this respect, the overall objective of the project is to ensure the strengthening of civil and democratic oversight of the internal security forces based on the principles of good governance, human-oriented security and social security.

The project, which aims at ensuring transparent, participatory and citizen-oriented public security, has a budget of 5,4 million euros and will expected to be completed in July, 2021. The main beneficiary of the project is the Ministry of Interior Smuggling, Intelligence, Operations and Information Gathering (KIHBI) Department and the co-beneficiary is the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. 

The target groups of the activities of the project are the Ministry of Interior, governorates, district governorates, Turkish National Police, the Coast Guard Command, the Gendarmerie General Command , and the Grand National Assembly of Turkey. However, the main beneficiaries of the main outputs and achievements of the project are the people of Turkish Republic, Turkish National Police, the Coast Guard Command and the Gendarmerie General Command as well as local authorities and relevant civil society organisations.

Pilot Cities and Districts

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İstanbul
Eyüpsultan (Phase II)
Fatih (Phase II)
Kadıköy (Phase II)
Üsküdar (Phase II)
Beşiktaş (Phase III)
Tekirdağ
Çorlu (Phase III)
İzmir
Çeşme (Phase II)
Buca (Phase III)
Ankara
Sincan (Phase III)
Antalya
Alanya (Phase III)
Hatay
Hatay – City (Phase II)
İskenderun (Phase III)
Gaziantep
Şahinbey (Phase II)
Şehitkamil (Phase III)
Malatya
Hekimhan (Phase II)
Yeşilyurt (Phase II)
Malatya – City (Phase III)
Trabzon
Vakfıkebir (Phase II)
Akçaabat (Phase III)
  • ANKARA
  • ANTALYA
  • GAZİANTEP
  • HATAY
  • İSTANBUL
  • İZMİR
  • MALATYA
  • TEKİRDAĞ
  • TRABZON
  • Sincan (Phase III)

For Sincan Local Prevention and Security Board:

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of Sincan Local Prevention and Security Board” and
  • “Roadmap on the Functioning of Sincan Local Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.
  • For identifying local security problems, a local opinion poll was conducted in the district.

In light of the above information, to develop Sincan Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, and three two-day consultative meetings” were successfully completed

  • Alanya (Phase III)

For Alanya Local Prevention and Security Board

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of Alanya Local Prevention and Security Board” and
  • ” Roadmap on the Functioning of Alanya Local Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.
  • For identifying local security problems, a local opinion poll was conducted in the district.

In light of the above information, to develop Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, three two-day consultative meetings” and “a two-day best practices workshop” were successfully completed.

  • Şahinbey (Phase II)
  • Şehitkamil (Phase III)

For Şehitkamil Local Prevention and Security Board:

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of Şehitkamil Local Prevention and Security Board” and
  • “Roadmap on the Functioning of Şehitkamil Local Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.
  • For identifying local security problems, a local opinion poll was conducted in the district.

In light of the above information, to develop Şehitkamil Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, and “three two-day consultative meetings” were successfully completed.

  • Hatay – City (Phase II)
  • İskenderun (Phase III)

For Hatay Provincial Prevention and Security Board

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of Hatay Provincial Prevention and Security Board” and
  • “Roadmap on the Functioning of Hatay Provincial Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.

In light of the above information, in order to oversight the implementation of İskenderun Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, and “three two-day consultative meetings” were successfully completed.

For İskenderun Local Prevention and Security Board:

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of İskenderun Local Prevention and Security Board” and
  • ”Roadmap on the Functioning of İskenderun Local Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.
  • For identifying local security problems, a local opinion poll was conducted in the district.

In light of the above information, to develop İskenderun Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, and three two-day consultative meetings” were successfully completed.

  • Eyüpsultan (Phase II)
  • Fatih (Phase II)
  • Kadıköy (Phase II)
  • Üsküdar (Phase II)
  • Beşiktaş (Phase III)
  • Çeşme (Phase II)
  • Buca (Phase III)
  • Hekimhan (Phase II)
  • Yeşilyurt (Phase II)
  • Malatya – City (Phase III)

For Malatya Provincial Prevention and Security Board

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of Malatya Provincial Prevention and Security Board” and
  • “Roadmap on the Functioning of Malatya Provincial Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.
  • For identifying local security problems in pilot districts of Yeşilyurt and Hekimhan, “two local opinion polls” were conducted.

In light of the above information, in order to develop and oversight the implementation of Yeşilyurt and Hekimhan Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, and “three two-day consultative meetings” were successfully completed.

  • Çorlu (Phase III)
  • Vakfıkebir (Phase II)
  • Akçaabat (Phase III)

For Akçaabat Local Prevention and Security Board:

  • “Report on Organizational Needs Analysis of Akcaabat Local Prevention and Security Board” and
  • ” Roadmap on the Functioning of Akcaabat Local Prevention and Security Board” were prepared.
  • For identifying local security problems, a local opinion poll was conducted in the district.

In light of the above information, to develop Local Security Action Plans, “a two-day workshop”, three two-day consultative meetings” and “a two-day best practices workshop” were successfully completed.

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