Sadatu L. M. Reeves

Sadatu L. M. Reeves

Deputy Inspector General - Administration

A well organized and results driven experienced administrator, fluent in English, with proven managerial and training skills. Highly motivated technically, professionally accustomed to working under pressure and tight schedules within multicultural teams, consistently completing tasks well ahead of deadlines.Have a well developed interpersonal and organizational skill with the ability to communicate efficiently at all levels. Looking towards developing a career of professional standard and dignity for national and international duties at given opportunities.

Educational Background

  • 2016 candidate of Masters in Conflict Transformation
    Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Institute University of Liberia
  • Bachelor of Act Degree, Criminal Justice Administration/ Sociology
    AME Zion University, Liberia (1997-2003)

Criminal Justice Administration

Analytical degree including the study of criminology, Police Administration, Correctional Counseling, Private security and Criminal law 1 & 2. It also included Project Management and basic accounting in addition to thesis and research work.

  • Diploma, Basic Police Science
    National Police Training academy (July 2005)
  • Diploma
    Haywood Mission High School, Monrovia, Liberia (1996-1997) WAEC Certificate

SKILLS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

 Technical Skills

  • Able to integrate practical and technical training modules through to final report with confidence in presentation of such training

Police Training

  • Database Management – designed a comprehensive data collection and established different approaches to training at the National Police Training Academy in Liberia thereby reducing the waiting period for data capture and also enhancing data security and accurate data collection for police
  • Manpower Development – supervised both the training and administration of the entire police Academy on a double shift basis during a feasibility project directed at evaluation and professional standards of police recruits.

Teamwork and Managing Teams

  • Wide range of experience of working in groups throughout my professional projects including planning, supervising, role allocation, coordinating projects and

  • Excellent teamwork with usually 3-10 facilitators of various backgrounds in different cultural settings throughout Africa and

  • Worked effectively with facilitators and staff at the Kofi Annan Peace keeping Center in Ghana in training Police Peace Keeping Officers in mission to Darfur, Southern Sudan and Somalia. Training usually involves between 80-100 officers for the pre-deployment

  • Supported the director as a lead facilitator in Accra for three

 

Information Technology       Skills

  • Fully competent with all Microsoft packages and other presentation

Job Experience

  • Mobilization, Awareness and Education Coordinator (Children Assistance Program)

Identifying female ex-combatants preparing them for reintegration by counseling them, identify the necessary field of vocation that would best suit them, informing them of their basic rights as humans, eg. Marital, maternal and possible means of control, education on the sexual and gender based violence and encourages a furtherance of education. Design Humanitarian programs, including programming in health conflicts, direct assistance to victims, IDPs, affected communities including broad based knowledge of social protection.

  • Head Mentor, National Police Training Academy (16 April 2005 – 13 June 2007) Responsibilities include: taking care of recruits general welfare for effective performance, preparing daily SITREP on activities concerned with recruits behavior during training for police recruits classes 13-26.

  • Administrative Assistant, Deputy Inspector General for Training, NPTA (13 June 2007- 12 Dec, 2007)

Responsibilities include: Efficient dissemination of information or directive from the Commandant office, organizing meetings, drafting of meeting minutes and ensuring Distribution. Briefing on a daily basis unfolding issues referred to the office of the commandant

  • Administrative supervisor, National Police Training Academy (12 Dec 2007- Jan 2011) Responsibilities include: Working in line with the Assistant Commandant Administration to design programs for the NPTA, Drafting of annual and Bi- annual reports and supervision of the Procurement, finance and Logistics units of the entity.

  • Assistant Commandant Administration Ranked as Chief Superintendent (Jan 2011 to 2014 Feb)

Responsibilities include: Supervision of both Administrative and Technical services of the National Police Training Academy, thus serving as the key administrator of the entity. Ensures

the effectiveness of several sections to include; Procurement, Finance, Logistics, Communications, Power House, Medics, Catering and Maintenance.

  • Chief of Gender Affairs, Liberia National Police (Feb, 2014 to April, 2015)

Provide technical and administrative advisory services to project activities aimed at prompting gender equality with particular focus on ending violence against women and girls;

Coordinate project implementation as well as review and analyze reports of implementing partners;

Support Government Ministries and Agencies including UN for joint or coordinated gender related projects; Conduct regular monitoring to project sites;’ including supportive supervision to the implementing partners

Lead and coordinate processes to conduct needs assessments, feasibility studies, research and capacity needs of implementing partner as requested or identified;

Document and share lessons learned on projects and program activities; whilst contributing change stories to communications;

Perform other duties as required towards the implementation of the National Programme

  • Commissioner for Administration and Professional Standards (May 2015 to January 2017)

 Responsible for force management, command, control and strategic development within the Liberia National Police to ensure proper strategic development policy, police development and management relative to Law Enforcement.

  • Deputy Director of Police for Administration (January 2017)

 EXPERIENCE AS FACILITATOR AT INTERNATIONAL TRAINING

  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center Mobile Training Team, Sierra Leone (April 2011)

  • UNAMID Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)

  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center Mobile Training Team, Sierra Leone (October 2011
  • UNAMID Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center, Accra, Ghana (April 2011
  • UNAMID Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center, Accra – Ghana (November 2010)
  • UNAMID Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  •  Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center Mobile Training Team, Sierra Leone (October 2010)
  • UNAMID Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center, Accra – Ghana (30 June 2010- 17 July 2010)
  • UNAMID 4, 5 & 6, Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center, Accra – Ghana (30 June 2010- 17 July 2010)
  • UNAMID 1, & 2, Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan peace keeping Training Center, Accra-Ghana (16 Nov 2009 –Dec 2009)
  • AMISOM 1&2 , AU Mission Pre-deployment course for Somali Mission ( Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center, Accra-Ghana (18-29 May 2009)
  • UNAMID 3, Pre-deployment course   for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace keeping Training Center, Accra –Ghana (2-3 March 2009)
  • UNAMID 2, Pre-deployment course for Darfur Mission (Facilitator)
  • Kofi Annan Peace keeping Training Center, Accra –Ghana (Feb 2009)
  • UN Training of Trainers course, TOT (Facilitator)

WORKSHOPS ATTENDED

  • Kofi Annan Peace Keeping Training Center (June 2013)

  • Certificate, Senior Management Training
  • UN Regional Training Conference Center, Entebbe Uganda (March 2012)
  • Certificate, TOT on prevention and investigating Sexual and Gender Based Violence
  • China Peace Keeping Training Center (January 2010)
  • Certificate, Advanced Peace and conflict Studies
  • Norwegian Police University (2009) Certificate, PDT Generic Training
  • National Police Training Academy, Monrovia Liberia (14 -16 July 2008)
  • Certificate, Training of Trainers on Instructions in Anti- trafficking in person.
  • UNMIL Green Building, Monrovia – Liberia (8-12 July 2008)
  • Certificate, Training of Trainers on Judicial System
  • UNMIL Green Building Monrovia –Liberia (8-12 2008)
  • Certificate, Training of Trainers on Human Rights Abuse

  • UNMIL Green Building, Monrovia –Liberia (8-12 2008)

  • Certificate, Gender and development

  • National Police Training Academy, Monrovia – Liberia (7-12 July 2008)

  • Certificate, LNP, Policy dissemination workshop

  • National Police Training Academy, Monrovia –Liberia (14-15 November 2007)

  • Certificate, Outreach Training programme of the Special Court for Sierra Leone

  • National Police Training Academy, Monrovia –Liberia (3 October 2007)

  • Certificate, Principal base Leadership Importance of Ethics workshop

  • PUL/JPC/CJPS/IA-UK Gbarnga-Liberia (9-11 July ,2001)

  • Certificate, Training of Trainers on Traditional Methods Communication and building