John Heller: PAE to Partner With Int’l Narcotics, Law Enforcement Bureau for Task Order

John Heller
John Heller
PAE has received a $9 million task order from the State Department to carry forward the company’s criminal justice system support services work for a United Nations mission in Liberia.

The company will work with the UN and the Liberian government to build up the skills of Liberia’s justice personnel and law enforcers, PAE said Friday.

John Heller, PAE CEO, said the company intends to help the International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Bureau develop institutional capacities and implement international standards for rule of law in the country.

PAE will also provide management support to law enforcement and justice advisers.

PAE has been supporting UNMIL police and bilateral justice advisers since 2005 under a contract with the State Department.

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