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Receiving the UN Award, Brigadier Renita Rismayanti: Thank you, Chief of Police.
The United Nations (PBB) has given the award to Brigadier Renita Rismayanti on Thursday (16/11/23) at the annual UN Police Week at the UN Headquarters in New York. The event itself was held from 13 to 17 November 2023. In this world peace mission, Brigadier Renita Rismayanti served as a Crime Database Officer with the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA). He undertook the task of helping conceptualize and develop baseline crime data that enabled the UN Police to map and analyze crime and disorder hotspots which, in turn, helped state security forces to better plan their operations in support of local populations. “She serves as a great example of how women’s participation and leadership in peacekeeping enhances the effectiveness of our job protection and peacebuilding to meet more of the challenges of today and tomorrow,” said Under-Secretary General for Peace Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix in a written statement. , Friday (17/11/23). PBB Police Advisor Faisal Shahkar emphasized that the future of the PBB police is now increasingly helped by the work of Brigadier Renita. He proved that not only men, but female police can also provide new ideas based on technology. “She and her colleagues helped build trust and confidence between local authorities and communities, which made the work of the United Nations Police more effective and people safer,” he said. Despite being the youngest UN Female Police Officer this year, she proving that his abilities are truly extraordinary. He started his career with the Indonesian National Police as a public information officer in 2014 and worked in the fields of training, administration and logistics. Brigadier Renita Rismayanti said after receiving the award that she felt fortunate to be able to use her technological skills to improve security for people throughout the Central African Republic. “I hope that the visibility that comes from winning this award will reinforce among women and girls that all areas of expertise in policing are open to us,” said the 27-year-old woman. Brigadier Renita hopes that this award can motivate him to continue to develop himself better in order to advance the National Police. Apart from that, he hopes that this can be a motivation for other Polri colleagues. “This award would not have been achieved without the support of the Indonesian Police Chief. I would like to thank the National Police Chief who has supported me in this UN mission. “I would also like to thank the Head of the Indonesian Police Hub Inter Division for all of his support and guidance to me,” he said. It is known that the Garuda Bhayangkara (Garbha) FPU 5 Minusca Task Force contingent serving in Bangui, Central Africa, was departed by National Police Chief General Listyo Sigit Prabowo on September 19 2023. The contingent was attended by 140 National Police personnel with details of 116 Polki and 24 Polwan. The National Police has sent 3,184 National Police personnel to the PBB MPP. Before being sent to the mission area, the FPU 5 MINUSCA Task Force was required to go through a 7 month Pre-Assignment training stage at the National Police International Mission Center (Serpong) and was also equipped with the skillsUN standards such as riot handling, Search & Rescue handling, investigation, intelligence, negotiation, counter terrorist, VIP protection, snipers, electronic communications, mechanics and medical combat. The National Police Chief hopes that the implementation of the mission can run optimally and contribute to peace in the assigned area. “I express my thanks and highest appreciation to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Divhubinter Polri, and all parties who contributed to supporting the readiness of this contingent,” said General Sigit at Bhayangkara Field, Police Headquarters, Jakarta, Tuesday (19/9/2023 ) ). The Head of the Public Relations Division added that the United Nations Woman Police Officer of the Year Award was first awarded to a female police officer at the 2011 Peacekeeping Mission. This year, one of Indonesia’s heroines was awarded this international level award. The Magelang-born policewoman, said the Head of the Public Relations Division, has dedicated herself to world peace through her assignment as an Individual Police Officer in the Central African Republic or what is called MINUSCA. While serving there, this woman, who is familiarly called Nita, held the position of Crime Database Officer. “Armed with experience serving in the National Police’s International Relations Division (Divhubinter Polri), Nita showed the best performance and was recognized by the United Nations Headquarters (UNHQ) and awarded this award,” explained the Head of the Public Relations Division.