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JDN 6/10 Security Transitions

The JDN addresses the planning, assessment and conduct of security transitions.

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JDN 6/10 Security Transtions addresses the planning, assessment and conduct of security transitions.

It is written for a UK government audience, both military and civilian, but is relevant to a range of partners across the international community. The intent is to inform decision makers and staff working on security transitions.

The JDN represents a collaborative development process between MOD’s Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre and the UK Stabilisation Unit, with input from other government departments including the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Department for International Development, and the Cabinet Office.

Published 1 November 2010
Last updated 12 January 2016 + show all updates
  1. Updated to inform users that this document is no longer current and has been withdrawn.
  2. First published.