Pakistani Wins International Female Police Peacekeeping Award

by Miss Fzia Sahar on Dec 07, 2011      Category: Useful Resources Tags:

 

 USA: deputy superintendent Shahzadi Gulafam of Pakistan received the 2011 united nation’s award for international female police peacekeeper award. She is currently deployed in the United Nations Mission in timor-leste (UNMIT) as the United Nations police (UNPOL) team leader posted in the timor-leste national police (PNTL) vulnerable persons unit (VPU) in the capital Dili.

Officer Gulfam joined the Punjab police in 1985. She was the first Pakistani female to be deployed in the UN Mi9ssion in Bosnia- Herzegovina in 1997, and subsequently served in UN Mission in Kosovo in 1999 and timor-leste in 2007; she was redeployed in 2010 in the UNMIT.

Speaking on Gulfam, UNMIT police commissioner Luis carillho said, “UNPOL Shahzadi Gulfam has shown enthusiasm, diligence and zeal in her work with the vulnerable persons unit in Dili. Despite working in difficult conditions, officer Gulfam has played an exceptional role in supporting and protecting vulnerable persons”.

 

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