Who We Are
Community Policing Partners for justice, Security and Democratic Reforms - COMPPART was established in 2002 by the Centre for Law Enforcement Education in Nigeria (now CLEEN Foundation for Justice Sector Reform) during her advocacy for the adoption and implementation of community based policing in Nigeria. It got registered with the Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Welfare in Akwa Ibom State in 2008 after a recommendation from an evaluator who suggested that the success recorded by the Forum then in Abak even after the end of the funding period of two years which was through Ford Foundation should not be allowed to fade away. the evaluation report which was conducted by Dr. Dung Pam Sha (as he then was) of the Department of Political Science University of Jos can be access onwww.cleen.org.org/evaluationofpolicecommunityforumproject
- Justice, safety, security and democratic needs.
- Advocacy and interventions within the communities.
- Sustainable working relationship with different tiers of government
- Partnership status with the National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria
To serve as a centerpiece in defending the rights of the citizens through improved justice delivery and peace-building in order to increase public confidence in justice and security sectors