Palestine: EU Police Mission survey aims to enhance staff performance within prosecution system
December 31, 2019
At the annual conference of the Public Prosecution of Palestine’s Administrative Staff, held in Jericho between 19-21 December, a session was dedicated to the question of how to enhance the performance and motivation of administrative staff.
A key focus for discussion was a survey developed by the European Union Police and Rule of Law Mission (EUPOL COPPS) in coordination with the Office of the Attorney General. The results were presented at the conference by Ahed Touqan, public prosecutor and Majdi Jafar, Legal Advisor at EUPOL COPPS.
“The questionnaire we developed with our colleagues in the Office of the Attorney General looked into respondents’ knowledge and opinion of the laws and regulations relevant to their work, the work environment within the public prosecution office, as well as the development and preparation of staff. The results we received will be extremely useful in enhancing the services provided by administrative staff in Palestine’s public prosecution system,” the EUPOL COPPS Legal Advisor continued.
EUPOL COPPS is the European Union Co-ordinating Office for Palestinian Police Support. The aim of the Mission is to contribute to the establishment of sustainable and effective policing arrangements and to advise Palestinian counterparts on criminal justice and rule of law related aspects under Palestinian ownership.