CUBAN NATIONAL REVOLUTIONARY POLICE
KUBANSKA REVOLUCIONARNA POLICIJA

 

 
 
 
 
 
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      Provođenje zakona na Kubi je u nadležnosti Nacionalne revolucionarne policije (Španjolski: Policía Nacional Revolucionaria, PNR) koja je podređena Ministarstvu unutarnjih poslova. Kako za vojsku, tako i za policiju postoji vojna obaveza za sve kubanske državljane starije od 16 godina (ne mogu birati da li će ići u policiju ili vojsku).

      Stopa kriminala na Kubi je značajno manja nego u drugim državama okruženja, pogotovo u glavnom gradu Havani. Policiju kontrolira Ministarstvo koje je odgovorno Državnom vijeću. Ministarstvo je podijeljeno u tri pododjela: Sigurnost, Tehničke operacije i Unutarnji red. Ovi zadnji su podijeljeni na pravosudnu policiju, vatrogasce i policiju. Nacionalna revolucionarna policija je nadležna za policajce u uniformi, kriminalističke istrage, prevenciju kriminala, maloljetnički kriminal te kontrolu prometa. Svaka od četrnaest kubanskih provincija ima svojeg šefa policije koji odgovara centrali u Havani.

     
 
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      Law enforcement in Cuba is the responsibility of the National Revolutionary Police Force (Spanish: Policía Nacional Revolucionaria, PNR) under the administration of the Cuban Ministry of the Interior. Conscription into either the armed forces or the national police force is compulsory for those over the age of 16. Nevertheless, conscripts have no choice to which service they are assigned.

      Crime rates in Cuba remain significantly lower than many other major cities worldwide, with Cuban police acting strongly against any crime, particularly in Havana. As with many countries, the PNR is under the control of the Ministry of the Interior, which reports to the State Council. The Ministry of the Interior is divided into three divisions: Security, Technical Operations, and Internal Order and Crime Prevention. The last is divided into corrections, fire protection, and policing. The PNR reports to this subdirectorate, and is responsible for uniform policing, criminal investigation, crime prevention, juvenile deliquency, and traffic control. The PNR conducts these activities across the 14 provinces of Cuba, each of which has its own police chief who reports to a central PNR command in Havana.

     
     
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