Police Personnel

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List Of Countries By Size Of Police Forces
... The following list compares the size of national police forces, and police per head ... An analysis by the United Nations indicates an approximate median of 300 police officers per 100,000 inhabitants worldwide in 2006 ... While only nine countries worldwide disclosed police personnel values lower than 100 officers per 100,000 inhabitants ...
United Nations Peacekeeping - Participation
... nations have contributed military and civilian police personnel to peace operations ... While detailed records of all personnel who have served in peacekeeping missions since 1948 are not available, it is estimated that up to one million soldiers, police officers and civilians ... were contributing a total 88,862 military observers, police, and troops ...
South African Police - Reserve
... The Police Reserve, established in 1973, enabled the government to recall former police personnel for active duty for thirty to ninety days each year ... in 1981, consisting of unpaid civilians willing to perform limited police duties ... students and young people to assist the police during the late 1980s ...
Nepal Police - History - From The Period 1990 Till Date
... The Police Reform Commission was constituted in the year 1992 and Modernisation of the Police Organisation started to tune with the aspirations of the people and norms of Multi-Party system ... The first contingent of Police personnel was deployed in UN Mission in 1991 ... More than 2000 police personnel have already left their feet serving the international community in blue helmet ...

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