COMPPART Foundation for Justice and Peacebuilding (Community Policing Partners – COMPPART)

59 School Ikot Abasi Road, Oku Abak, Abak Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, Niger Delta Region - Nigeria.

(+234) 806 668 0864 / (+234) 802 381 1786 /

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Established in 2002, COMPPART is a registered non-governmental, not-for-profit human rights focus organization working to reduce and/or, if possible, eradicate all forms of antagonistic relationship between law enforcement agencies and the civil society in the lawful discharge of their functions.


COMPPART serves as an independent advocacy platform for effective implementation of community policing and as well as ensuring community ownership and commitment to safety, security and accessible justice through active involvement and regulation consultations by security agencies (public and private) in the determination of their policing priorities.


Using the strategy of “knowing and showing” COMPPART operate under three thematic programme areas namely:

  • Justice Sector Reforms;
  • Security Sector Reforms; and
  • Democratic Development


It is member organization of:

  • Network on Police Reform in Nigeria,
  • Civil Society Observatory Coalition on the Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria,
  • International Code of Conduct Association for Private Security Service – ICOCA,
  • Pillar of the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights Initiative
  • In-country Implementation working group on the Voluntary Principles Initiative.


Our presence in the field, understanding of cultural sensibilities and of the relations of power among the different communities throughout Nigeria made us a reference point in justice and security issues in the country through active partnership with government and its agencies, civil society and the media.