The Committee had identified 50 laws in need of reform, including the Police Act.1 Prior to police training and capacity-building, united Nations police on the ground had monitored, advised and reported on the activities of the local police in South Sudan. South Sudan`s police commander had accepted a proposal to deploy UN police officers to police stations to monitor and train local police. Un police also conducted 11 training courses for 448 Sudanese police officers. The UN Secretary-General`s report suggests that the strategic plan for police development and training was advanced.2 The 2005 CPA allowed the SPLM to maintain its control over South Sudan in accordance with the 1.1.1956 border. According to this provision, SPLM troops will be transferred south of the north-south border.