Ministry of Interior Procedural Guide for Dealing with Cases of Gender-Based Violence, Domestic Violence and Child Protection.
Background: Based on the role of the Ministry of Interior as one of the national institutions concerned in protecting the family and its members and responding to cases of violence through its administrative units (Governorates, Counties, Districts), and its effective role in promoting community cohesion within a set of positive social values that enhance the status of the family and protect its members, this role emanates from the National Legislation, Policies and Frameworks.
The National Council for Family Affairs in partnership with the Ministry of Interior and UNHCR has implemented Phase One of this project in which the “Procedural Guide for Dealing with Cases of GenderBased Violence, Domestic Violence and Child Protection” has been implemented, as the first specialized procedural manual for Ministry of Interior administrative units who deal with different cases of violence, and ensures the ease of procedures, sequence and follow-up mechanisms, and determines the roles and responsibilities of staff in these administrative units at all levels (Governorates, Counties, Districts) and Ministry of Interior Procedural Guide for Dealing with Cases of Gender-Based Violence, Domestic Violence and Child Protection.their relationship with all partners who deal with cases of violence contributes to the integrated response to violence.
To complete this project, The Training Manuel has been prepared by Ensan to standardizing the training methodologies and reaching a common and unified understanding of all employees in the Ministry of Interior in dealing with violence cases, Ensan conducted a Train of Trainers Training Program (TOT) for the training Core team and for those concerned in the Ministry of Interior. The (TOT) course was held for (5) training days for (15) employees of the Jordanian Ministry of Interior, in Amman / Jordan.