Experimental Security University

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Experimental Security University
Universidad Nacional Experimental de la Seguridad
Type Public
Established 2009
Location Caracas, Venezuela
Website unes.edu.ve

The Experimental Security University (UNES, Universidad Nacional Experimental de la Seguridad) is a state university in Venezuela founded in 2009. It specialises in providing training for Venezuelan police and security forces, in particular the new Policía Nacional Bolivariana. UNES is part of the "new model" of policing proposed by the 2006 report of the Comisión Nacional para la Reforma Policial (CONAREPOL).[1] CONAREPOL had proposed that the police should be specifically trained in human rights, and have a greater emphasis on crime prevention.[2]

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