NORWEGIAN  POLICE FORCE
NORVEŠKE POLICIJSKE SNAGE

 

 
 
 
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MINISTRY OF JUSTICE AND POLICE WEBSITE
POLICE OFFICIAL WEBSITE
OFFICIAL SITE
TOM KILDAL HALVORSEN WEBSITE
SWEIN WILHELMSEN COLLECTION WEBSITE
 
 
 
 
 
 

POLICE INSIGNIAS

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      Norveška policijska služba (Politi-og lensmannsetaten) je vodeća policijska snaga u Norveškoj i nalazi se u sastavu Ministarstva pravde i policije. Policiju čine 27 regionalnih službi i sedam specijalnih jedinica sa oko 11000 pripadnika. Regionalni odjeli se sastoje od policijskih stanica i regionalnih ureda. Svaka policijska stanica ima rukovoditelja koji odgovara za teritorij pod svojom jurisdikcijom. Za regionalne službe je nadležan Policijski komesar. Norveško tužilaštvo je djelomično integrirano u policijski sustav. Istrage vrše policijski istražitelji i u većini slučajeva policijski tužitelji koji su dio Državnog tužilaštva određuju da li će slučaj pred sud i ako to bude tako na sudu obrazlažu tužbu. U svim ozbiljnijim slučajevima posao preuzimaju javni tužitelji, koji nisu dio policije.

     
 
POLICE INSIGNIA RANKS  
Policijske oznake Činovi  
     

      The Norwegian Police Service (Politi-og lensmannsetaten) is the official police force in Norway which are run by the Minister of Justice and Police. The department consists of 27 regional areas and seven national special forces. The department has about 11,000 employees. The police districts consist of police stations and district offices. Police stations are led by a chief of police who is responsible for the geographical district around his precinct. Each police regional district has its own Police commissioner who is the leader of that district's police practice. The Norwegian Prosecuting Authority is partially integrated with the police. The police officers investigate the crime, and in most cases the police attorneys working in the Prosecuting Authority in the police decide if they should take the case to court, and then argue the case. In the most serious cases, prosecution is handled directly by the Public Prosecutors, who are not part of the police.

     
     

POLICE ACADEMY  POLICIJSKA AKADEMIJA

 

      Norveška policjska akademija (Politihøgskolen; PHS) je smještena u Oslu, Kongsvingeru, Stavernu i Bodøu. Akademija nudi školovanje policijskim snagama u Norveškoj, uključujući i trogodišnje „osnovno“ školovanje sa mogućnošću nastavka do magistarske titule. Svake se godine prima 720 studenata na nivo školovanja do diplome. Za razliku od ostalih koledža, ovaj je u vlasništvu Ministarstva pravde i policije.

      Škola seže unatrag do prvog organiziranog školovanja policajaca u Oslu, 1889-te, ali je kreirano kao posebna škola tek 1920. Naziv joj je bio Državna policijska škola i imala je status agencijske škole (etatsskole) do 1992. godine, kada je organizirana na univerzitetskom nivou. Od 2004-te godine dobijaju puni status univerziteta (høgskole) jer je od 1992-2004. su imali akreditaciju za univerzitetske programe, ali ne i puni status fakulteta).

     
   
POLICE ACADEMY SLEEVE PATCH    
Oznaka za rukav policijske akademije    
1966. - 1992.    
     
POLICE ACADEMY STUDENT 1st YEAR POLICE ACADEMY STUDENT 2nd YEAR POLICE ACADEMY STUDENT 3rd YEAR
1. års student ved Politihøgskolen 2. års student ved Politihøgskolen 3. års student ved Politihøgskolen
Pitomac policijska akademij 2. godina Pitomac policijska akademij 2. godina Pitomac policijska akademij 2. godina
     

      The Norwegian Police University College (Politihøgskolen; PHS) is a public university college located in Oslo, Kongsvinger, Stavern and Bodø. It offers education for the police force of Norway, including a three-year basic education and a possible expansion with a Master's degree. 720 students are accepted at the Bachelor level each year. The university college also conducts research in relevant areas including law, police science, criminology, psychology and sociology. Unlike other public colleges, it is owned by the Norwegian Ministry of Justice and the Police.

      The school dates back to the organized education of the police force in Oslo in 1889, but was created as a separate school in 1920. It was called The State Police School and had the status of etatsskole (agency school) until 1992, when it was organized as a university college. The campus at Mørkved in Bodø supplemented the one at Majorstuen in Oslo in 1997. It received a full accreditation as a university college (høgskole) in 2004 (from 1992 to 2004, it only had accreditation for its programmes, not a full institutional accreditation).

     
     
     
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