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THE IN THE NETHERLANDS. I. P. L. C. E. O. THE POLICE IN BRIEF . + 40.000 police officers, of which + 30.000 executive police officers and + 10.000 administrative officers + 20 % female police officers smallest police region: + 500 officers

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    1. THE IN THE NETHERLANDS I P L C E O

    2. THE POLICE IN BRIEF • + 40.000 police officers, of which • + 30.000 executive police officers and • + 10.000 administrative officers • + 20 % female police officers • smallest police region: + 500 officers • largest police region: + 5000 officers • + 1 police officer per 500 inhabitants

    3. S T R U C T U R E

    4. The Netherlands Police is composed of : STRUCTURE

    5. The Netherlands Police is composed of : STRUCTURE 25 Regional Police Forces

    6. The Netherlands Police is composed of : STRUCTURE 25 Regional Police Forces 1 National Police Agency (K.L.P.D.)

    7. The Netherlands Police is composed of : STRUCTURE Ministry of Home Affairs & Kingdom Relations 25 Regional Police Forces 1 National Police Agency (K.L.P.D.)

    8. POLICE ACT 1993 The forms the statutory basis for the police organisation

    9. Police Act 1993 26 Police Force Administrators (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the Mayor of the largest municipality in the region)

    10. Police Act 1993 26 Police Force Administrators (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the Mayor of the largest municipality in the region) Chief Public Prosecutors Ministry of Justice The Board of Procurators General 25Chief Public Prosecutors

    11. Police Act 1993 26 Police Force Administrators (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the Mayor of the largest municipality in the region) Chief Public Prosecutors Chief Constables Ministry of Justice The Board of Procurators General 25Chief Public Prosecutors 26

    12. POLICE REGIONS

    13. 25 POLICE REGIONS

    14. POLICE REGIONS The size of a regional police force differs This depends on factors such as: • Population size • Crime level • Building density

    15. SUBDIVISIONS

    16. SUBDIVISIONS • Each Regional Police Force breaks down into a number of districtsor divisions, each headed by a district or division commander with a small staff. • Districts are usually subdivided into Basic Units.

    17. SUBDIVISIONS POLICE FORCE

    18. SUBDIVISIONS POLICE FORCE 25 Regional Police Forces

    19. SUBDIVISIONS POLICE FORCE 25 Regional Police Forces Districts Divisions

    20. SUBDIVISIONS POLICE FORCE 25 Regional Police Forces Districts Divisions Units Units

    21. R E G I O N A L P O L I C E O R G A N I S A T I O N

    22. Regional Police Organisation The structure of the organisation is determined by the regional police forces.

    23. Regional Police Organisation The structure of the organisation is determined by the regional police forces. In theory, each police force has a number of specialised branches SPECIAL DIVISIONS Criminal Investigation. Technical Branch. Records Service. Criminal Information Service. Juvenile & Vice Unit. Aliens Police. Management Support. P.R.

    24. Regional Police Organisation The structure of the organisation is determined by the regional police forces. In theory, each police force has a number of specialised branches in addition to the basic units, which have a general mandate BASIC UNIT Routine Police Surveillance. Investigative Work. Crime Prevention. Traffic Duties. Environmental Monitoring. Implementation of Special Legislation. SPECIAL DIVISIONS Criminal Investigation. Technical Branch. Records Service. Criminal Information Service. Juvenile & Vice Unit. Aliens Police. Management Support. P.R.

    25. The National Police Agency The 25 Regional Police Forces are supported in their work by the National Police Agency, the K.L.P.D.

    26. The National Police Agency The 25 Regional Police Forces are supported in their work by the National Police Agency, the K.L.P.D. This service is responsible for areas which benefit from a centralised approach and for certain special duties.

    27. The National Police Agency comprises five divisions Mobility Traffic Police Aviation Investigation Unit River Police

    28. The National Police Agency comprises five divisions Royal & Diplomatic Security Guarding Members of the Royal Family and VIPs Mobility Traffic Police Aviation Investigation Unit River Police

    29. The National Police Agency comprises five divisions Royal & Diplomatic Security Guarding Members of the Royal Family and VIPs Mobility Traffic Police Aviation Investigation Unit River Police NCIS National Criminal Intelligence Service, collects and processes data relevant to the fight against (organized & international) crime. National Central Bureau for Interpol & Europol and National SchengenInformation System

    30. The National Police Agency comprises five divisions Royal & Diplomatic Security Guarding Members of the Royal Family and VIPs Mobility Traffic Police Aviation Investigation Unit River Police NCIS National Criminal Intelligence Service, collects and processes data relevant to the fight against (organized & international) crime. National Central Bureau for Interpol & Europol and National SchengenInformation System Logistics Purchase of clothing, arms, vehicles and other police equipment.

    31. The National Police Agency comprises five divisions Royal & Diplomatic Security Guarding Members of the Royal Family and VIPs Mobility Traffic Police Aviation Investigation Unit River Police K NCIS National Criminal Intelligence Service, collects and processes data relevant to the fight against (organized & international) crime. National Central Bureau for Interpol & Europol and National SchengenInformation System P L Support Mounted & Canine Unit Information & Communication Centre, Aviation Unit. Logistics Purchase of clothing, arms, vehicles and other police equipment. D

    32. RESPONSIBILITY

    33. National RESPONSIBILITY Minister of Home Affairs & Kingdom Relations Minister of Justice

    34. RESPONSIBILITY National Minister of Home Affairs & Kingdom Relations Minister of Justice Queen’s Commissioner Procurator General

    35. National RESPONSIBILITY Minister of Home Affairs & Kingdom Relations Minister of Justice Queen’s Commissioner Procurator General Monitoring Function: Public Order Monitoring Function: Investigations LOCAL Mayor PublicProsecutor

    36. National RESPONSIBILITY Minister of Home Affairs & Kingdom Relations Minister of Justice Queen’s Commissioner Procurator General Monitoring Function: Public Order Monitoring Function: Investigations LOCAL Mayor PublicProsecutor POLICE

    37. National RESPONSIBILITY Minister of Home Affairs & Kingdom Relations Minister of Justice Queen’s Commissioner Procurator General Monitoring Function: Public Order Monitoring Function: Investigations LOCAL Mayor PublicProsecutor POLICE Maintaining Public Order Investigating Criminal Offences

    38. M A N A G E M E N T

    39. MANAGEMENT TRIANGLEThe detailed formulation of policy is the task of the Police Force Administrator (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the mayor of the largest municipality in the region)

    40. MANAGEMENT TRIANGLEThe detailed formulation of policy is the task of the Chief Public Prosecutor Police Force Administrator (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the mayor of the largest municipality in the region)

    41. MANAGEMENT TRIANGLEThe detailed formulation of policy is the task of the Chief Public Prosecutor Police Force Administrator (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the mayor of the largest municipality in the region) Chief Public Prosecutor Chief of the Police Force (Chief Constable) The day-to-day management of the Police Force

    42. MANAGEMENT TRIANGLEThe detailed formulation of policy is the task of the Chief Public Prosecutor Police Force Administrator (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the mayor of the largest municipality in the region) Chief of the Police Force (Chief Constable) The day-to-day management of the Police Force * Assignment of funds * Staff management * Financial management

    43. MANAGEMENT TRIANGLEThe detailed formulation of policy is the task of the Chief Public Prosecutor Police Force Administrator (Mayors appointed by the Government; usually the mayor of the largest municipality in the region) Chief of the Police Force (Chief Constable) The day-to-day management of the Police Force * Assignment of funds * Staff management * Financial management Major policy decisions are taken by the regional executive body, which comprises all the mayors of a Police Region and the Chief Public Prosecutor

    44. TRIANGLE OF AUTHORITY MAYOR

    45. TRIANGLE OF AUTHORITY PUBLIC PROSECUTOR MAYOR

    46. TRIANGLE OF AUTHORITY PUBLIC PROSECUTOR MAYOR • Priorization in police activities. • Responsible for public order. • Decision taking body in critical situations. Chief of the Police Force (Chief Constable)

    47. NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR THE SUPPORTIVE OF THE NETHERLANDS POLICE

    48. NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR THE SUPPORTIVE OF The Netherlands Police

    49. NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR THE SUPPORTIVE OF The Netherlands Police Institute The Netherlands Police

    50. NATIONAL INSTITUTES FOR THE SUPPORTIVE OF The Netherlands Police Institute I.T. Organisation The Netherlands Police