Southeast Asia and the Pacific Team Profile
The UNODC Southeast Asia and the Pacific team is comprised of over 150 experienced professionals with expertise in providing technical assistance to implement strategies related to
Transnational Organised Crime,
Criminal justice systems, and
Drugs and Health, and Alternative Development.
Operating for more than 25 years in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, UNODC has developed a long-term approach that combines internationally recognized capacity-building methods with legal and regulatory framework development and research. Supported by a global network of offices and professionals, the UNODC Southeast Asia team delivers results in cooperation with international and regional partners, national and provincial authorities, and civil society.
Team technical and specialized capacities include the following:
- Programme management
- Analysis and research
- Law enforcement
- Criminal justice/legal
In line with the UNODC Regional Programme for Southeast Asia and the Pacific 2014 - 2017, this knowledge is used to deliver specialized and foundational skills training, toolkits and learning materials, vital equipment, assistance with legislation and national plans, the facilitation of agreements between states, data collection and the drafting of strategic assessments.