PNTL

AcronymDefinition
PNTLPacific Nuclear Transport Limited
PNTLPeople Need the Lord (Stafford, TX)
PNTLPolicia National Timor Leste (Portuguese: East Timor National Police)
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In 2013, the PNTL signed a memorandum of understanding with Indonesia on drug control cooperation.
Following the outbreak of armed confrontation between F-FDTL and PNTL, (37) the Petitioners and their symbolic rebel leader Major Alfredo Reinado came to represent a 'justice movement' to end discrimination against loromonu, (38)
Locally, this includes the xefe aldeia and xefe de suku; at the state level, prison officials and guards, representatives of the Ministry of Social Solidarity, PNTL, and the NGO itself.
By 2005, almost 3,000 Timorese were sworn in as officers in the PNTL. Most new recruits received limited training.
PNTL authority is undermined by a variety of factors, but primarily it is tainted by a recruitment policy that accommodated former Indonesian police.
The new national police force (PNTL), established by the UN in 2000, included a large number of officers who had served in the Indonesian police, causing resentment among Falintil veterans and those who did not pass the recruitment process.
Despite the winding down of the UN presence in Timor-Leste, the institutions comprising the country's armed forces (F-FDTL) and police (PNTL) remained fragile and the authority of the state much more tenuous than most observers assumed at the time.
The Border Police Unit (BPU) of the National Police (PNTL) generally acknowledges its weak border control performance, blaming deficiencies on the personnel assigned to border duty.
According to the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL), there are five types of narcotics available in the capital city of Dili: methamphetamine, MDMA (ecstasy), marijuana, cocaine, and heroin.
According to the National Police of Timor-Leste (PNTL), there are four types of narcotics available in the capital city of Dili: methamphetamine, MDMA (ecstasy), marijuana and heroin.