UN Female Police Officer Of 2018 Winner: Phyllis Ama Tebuah Osei
December 7, 2018
December 6, 2018: Chief Superintendent Phyllis Ama Tebuah Osei of the Ghanian Police has been named the UN Female Police Officer of the Year 2018, for her peacekeeping efforts as part of the United Nations Mission in Somalia (UNSOM).
Despite only joining UNSOM in February, Ms. Osei has made swift and lasting contributions to the community and host state police of Jubaland, Somalia. With much of her work aimed to not only directly enhance the protection of women and girls in Somalia, but also to indirectly promote sustainable systematic changes within the state police force in Jubaland.
Read more: UN Female Police Officer Of 2018 Winner: Phyllis Ama Tebuah Osei ( The Organization for World Peace, theowp.org)
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