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ID number:334195
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Published: 10.06.2007.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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This theme I choose because it is interesting to learn something. I want to know about the interpol, I.P.A and europol and they functions. I want to know more about them most inportant I think is history.
The International Police Association was formed in January 1, 1950, because a police sergeant from Lincolnshire, England, Arthur Troop, wanted to create a channel for friendship and international co-operation among police officers. His notion of an Association with development of social, cultural and professional links among its members, in an environment free from discrimination of rank, sex, race, color, language or religion, became a reality, to promote friendship among Police Officers (Nationally and Internationally) on a proper organized basis.
Countries are divided into Regions for administrative purposes. In the U.S.A. each Region has an Elected Executive Board consisting of a Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, and Treasurer. Each Region also has a National Executive Council Representative. who represents the Region at National Meetings. …

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