WELCOME TO NOPRIN FOUNDATION
The Network on Police Reform in Nigeria (NOPRIN) is a network of 46 civil society organizations spread across Nigeria, and committed to promoting police accountability and respect for human rights. It was established in 2000 to provide opportunity for civil society involvement in police reform, and the promotion of safety, security and justice in Nigeria. NOPRIN carries out its mandate through monitoring, field research and investigation, documentation, publication, campaign and advocacy. NOPRIN partners with national, international, governmental and intergovernmental organizations and institutions in implementing its programs aimed at transforming law enforcement institutions and practices in Nigeria.
To identify issues for reform in the Nigeria Police Force; To Provide opportunity for civil society input in the Police Reform process; To strategize on Police-community relation; To review efforts, prospects and problems encountered by NGOS on safety/security; and, To create a platform for civil society involvement in safety and security issues in Nigeria.
The work of NOPRIN focuses on six (6) thematic areas namely:
- Police-community Relations
- Police legislations and Standing rules.
- Gender issues in Policing.
- Human Resource, Training and Development.
- Police Operations, Logistics and Accountability and
- Police Welfare and Conditions of service.