Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) Reform

Fouad Khoury, Tarik Atan, Chadi Azoury, Dory Daw


The purpose of this study is to develop and implement a model of policing based on partnership with the community aimed at delivering effective policing and increasing trust in the Internal Security Forces of Lebanon (hereinafter ISF), in addition to identifying the challenges facing the reform inside ISF. The research methodology adopted in this study is the qualitative one. We conducted 10 semi-structured interview with 10 top ISF officers, the interviews were one to one interviews, recorded and transcribed. There are a few fundamental ideas that can be implemented that can, by their very nature, enforce ISF reform.  The areas that need attention are officer training, personal characters, better hiring skills, scheduled reviews, monitoring, and an incentives program.

Keywords: ISF, Qualitative analysis, Reform, Police corruption, Leadership in Police

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