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Number of police officers: 720 Chiefs of Police : 15 Experts, lawyers, office staff etc: approx. 185 District Police officers: 67 Temporarily employed : 2 Police Cadets: 20 Total staff number: approx. 1040 Marked Police cars: 101 Unmarked cars: 50. The National Commissioner of

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Number of police officers: 720

Chiefs of Police : 15

Experts, lawyers, office staff etc: approx. 185

District Police officers: 67

Temporarily employed : 2

Police Cadets: 20

Total staff number: approx. 1040

Marked Police cars: 101

Unmarked cars: 50


The National Commissioner of

the Icelandic Police

Administration

Chief Superintendant

Finance and IT

Director of Finance

Policing and Security

Chief Superintendant

Internal Audit / Coordination

Office

Crime Prevention, Media Relations, Statistics, Publishing

Information Technology

Technical Affairs /Forensics

Vehicles, supplies and equipment

Investigations

Police Telecommunications Centre

Human Resources

International Department

Civil Defence Department

National Security Unit

Special Weapons and Tactics Team


The International Department

Main areas - International Police Cooperation

  • Interpol National Central Bureau (NCB),

  • Europol National Unit (ENU),

  • Nordic Police and Customs Cooperation (PTN),

  • Baltic Sea Task Force (BSTF),

  • Sirene office.


The International Department

  • Main Functions

  • Available 24/7.

  • Daytime 6 Police officers and 3 Civilians

    • Between 19:00- 8:00 5 Police Officers /Police telecommunication centre.

  • Single point of contact - One desk for all incoming messages.

  • Carry out deportation orders.

  • Check passenger and crew of incoming vessels.

  • Investigates the records and identities of foreign nationals.

  • Co-ordinates police units in Iceland on the monitoring of foreign nationals and border control.

  • Close cooperation with the Directorate of Immigration.


SIRENE Iceland

  • Part of International Department of the NCIP

  • Direct cooperation with the

    • Ministry of the Interior

    • Customs

    • Directorate of Immigration

    • Directorate of Prisons

    • Other services


SIRENE Iceland

  • Searches in the SIS for persons.

  • All inserts and deletion from SIS on articles 95-100.

  • Co-ordination after “hits”.

  • Exchange of information according to article 39 and 46.

  • Central point for cross border surveillance.

  • Support in cases of judicial cooperation.


Registrations in the SIS in 2010

  • Article 95 6 persons

  • Article 96 3 persons

  • Article 97 2 persons

  • Article 98 1 persons

  • Article 99 1 item

  • Article 100 (other than passports – 1), passports total 2273.

  • Crew and passenger lists: 1262 vessels


NCB Interpol

  • Member State since 1971

  • Active participation in Interpol cooperation

  • Wide variety of cases and exchange of information on:

    • drug offences,

    • wanted criminals,

    • missing persons,

    • child pornography

    • THB

    • etc.


Simultanous search in SIS - Interpol databases

and the Icelandic National Police Database


Europol Cooperation and Participation

  • Operational Agreement with Europol from 2001

  • Liaison Bureau from January 2007

  • Competent Icelandic Authorities according to the Agreement:

    • National Police Commissioner

    • All Chiefs of Police

    • Director of Customs

    • Director of Public Prosecutions


Icelandic Liaison Bureau at Europol

  • Priorities:

    • Operational Issues

      • Support and coordination of ongoing International Investigations and Operations

      • Tasks for the Special Prosecutor - Financial Investigations, Analysis, Assets Tracing etc.

    • Information and Intelligence forwarding and receiving

    • Analysis Work Files (Focus Groups, Target Groups, Analysis of intelligence)

    • Domestic Competence Building

      • International Operations (building of confidence, trust and networks with partners)

      • Strategic and Operational Analysis (OCTA - TE SAT - OIAT)

      • Informant Handling

      • Intelligence Databases (iBase)

      • SIENA Communication System (direct access in coming months)


AWFs

  • Full participation:

  • AWF Monitor - Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

  • AWF Synergy - Production and Distribution of Synthetic Drugs

  • AWF EEOC - Eastern European Organised Crime (Sub-project LITOC)

  • AWF Sustrans - Money Laundering

  • Have been invited to join:

    • AWF Cannabis

    • AWF Cola


  • Direct Support to the Special Prosecutor in Cases related to the Icelandic Bank Collapse in the Fall of 2008:

    • Based on a special request from the Icelandic Minister of Interior to the Europol Director

    • Carried out by the Liaison Bureau and O3

    • Participation in AWF Sustrans

    • Analyse Information and Intelligence

    • Assistance and advice in Tracing and Recovering of Assets

    • Coordination between countries and organisations

    • Finding appropriate investigation parties and experts


Example of a

successful Operational Police Cooperation

via Europol Channels

Operation Pole Star


Operation Pole Star

  • Synthetic Drugs

  • Icelandic criminal group based in IS, NL, DK, NO, DE

  • Investigation already ongoing for more than 1 year

  • Previous bilateral approaches had failed

    • “Let´s find out if Europol and the LO network there

    • really works”


Operation

Pole Star

  • First Icelandic Operation carried out through Europol.

  • Cooperation between IS, NL, DE, DK, NO and Europol.

  • Coordination handled by the Liaison Bureaux at Europol.

  • Europol centralized Analysis was a key success factor.


Seized

23,5 kg “uncut” amphetamines

14.000 Ecstacy tablets

  • ICELAND

    • 6 persons convicted to 32 years (in all)

  • FAEROE ISL

    • One person convicted to 7 years impr.

  • DENMARK

    • 6 persons convicted to 1- 9 ½ years impr.


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