Women Police in UN Peacekeeping Mission

Starting its journey in CIVPOL back in 2000 Bangladesh women police is contributing with exemplary dedication in Peacekeeping Mission including CIVPOL/UNPOL, Secondment & FPU which has placed them as key driving force in promoting social cohesion in different areas of conflict.

The number of Women Police participating in UN peacekeeping mission is stated below:

Figure: Presently deployed Female Peacekeeprs

Figure: Total Female Police Peacekeeprs (till 2019)



First ever Women Police Officers Joined in UN Mission at East Timore in 2000

SP Mily Biswas, Contingent Commander
(Retired as DIG)

From the left:
Inspector Rowsan Ara (At present retired)
Inspector Shamim Ara (At Present Addl. SP, RAB)
SP Mily Biswas, Contingent Commander (Retired as DIG)
Inspector Setara Begum (At present retired)
Late Inspector Umin Ara



BANFPU in CONGO

 


First Female Police Contingent started its Journey on 16 may 2010

First Female Police Contingent
First Female Police Contingent
Addl. DIG Rakhfar Sultana Khanam (The then Commander)
First Female Police Contingent


Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo

Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo
Glimpse of ongoing mission in DR Congo