Federal Police (Belgium)

Federal Police (Belgium)

The Federal Police (Dutch: Federale Politie; French: Police Fédérale) carries out specialized and supra-local administrative and judicial police operations, and supports both local and federal police services and units. The Federal Police has approximately 12,300 officers and civilian personnel.

The Federal Police is commanded by General Commissioner (CG) Catherine De Bolle, who holds the rank of chief commissioner. She is in charge of the General Commissioner's Office on which three general directorates depend: the General Directorate of the Administrative Police (DGA), the General Directorate of the Judicial Police (DGJ) and the General Directorate of Support and Management (DGS). Each General Directorate is lead by a General Director (DG), also holding the rank of chief commissioner.


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