National Police is generally the primary law enforcement agency of a country, see below:
- Afghan National Police
- Australian Federal Police (similar to the US's 'FBI')
- Bolivarian National Police
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Haitian National Police
- Icelandic National Police
- Indonesian National Police
- National Police Corps of Spain
- National Police of Colombia
- National Police of East Timor
- National Civil Police of El Salvador
- National Police (France)
- National Police Agency (Japan)
- National Police of Nicaragua
- National Police (Niger)
- National Police of Peru
- National Police Agency (Republic of China)
- National Police Agency (Republic of Korea)
- Polícia Federal (Brazil)
- Philippine National Police
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- Garda Síochána (Irish Police)
Other articles related to "national police, police, national":
... The National Police Corps is a centralized force, organized on a territorial basis ... Each Department of Bolivia has a police district subdivided into zones ... Field elements of the National Police and National Guard were stationed in all sectors of the country and reported directly to the office of the director general in La Paz ...
... He reformed the Colombian National Police, introducing the Fingerprinting system, the creation of the first Judicial Body of the National Police, the first training academy, the Police marching band, and the official ... He also helped establish a financial aids program for the families of fallen police officers ...
... of the Federated States of Micronesia is the responsibility of the United States, but local police matters are handled by the FSM National Police, a ... Th FSM National Police is the law enforcement arm of the FSM national government, with specific mandated duty to enforce fishery laws, the Controlled Substance Act, the Weapons Control Act, Search and Rescue ... The National Police is managed and administered from its headquarters at the capital, Palikir ...
... A temporary shift in power from the civilian aristocracy to the National Police occurred immediately after World War II ... Between 1948 and 1952, National Police Commander José Antonio Remón installed and removed presidents with unencumbered ease ... methods and equipment in effect, he transformed the National Police from a police into a paramilitary force ...
... a professor in criminology at the Swedish National Police Board from 1992 to 2012 ... In 1977, while working at the Swedish National Police Board, Persson was used as the whistleblower by journalist Peter Bratt in the so-called Geijer affair ... Following this affair he was fired from the National Police Board ...
Famous quotes containing the words police and/or national:
“Despite your best efforts, you could not invent a better police force for literature than criticism and the authors own conscience.”
—Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (18601904)
“The signs look better. The Father of Waters again goes unvexed to the sea. Thanks to the great North-West for it. Nor yet wholly to them.... The job was a great national one.”
—Abraham Lincoln (18091865)