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POLICE Mishteret Yisrael POLICIJA

 

     Izraelska policija Mishteret Yisrael (משטרת ישראל ) je kao i većina ostalih policija u svijetu zadužena za borbu protiv kriminala, održavanje javne sigurnosti i kontrolu saobraćaja. Nalazi se pod jurisdikcijom Ministarstva unutrašnje sigurnosti.

      Izraelskom policijom upravlja Generalni inspektor. Nacionalna uprava policije smještena je u Jeruzalemu i njena je zadaća da pomaže generalnom inspektoru da formulira politiku, raspoređuje resurse, razvija odnose sa vanjskim službama, osigura profesionalno vođenje, radi na razvoju i istraživanjima, osigurava servise uprave kao npr. kompjuterizacija te odnosi sa javnošću. Nacionalna uprava je podijeljena na osam odjela: policijski poslovi i sigurnost, istrage i rat protiv kriminala, obavještahna služba, promet, komunalne i civilne straže (rezervna policija), planiranje i organizacija, podrška i logistika te ljudski resursi. Izraelska policija je podijeljena na šest teritorija (distrikta): Sjevreni, Centralni, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Južni te Judeja i Samarija.

 

CAP BADGE CAP BADGE - old (1948-1960's) EOD  BREAST BADGE 
Oznaka za šapku  Oznaka za šapku - stara (1948-1960-te) Pirotehničar prsna značka
     

     The Israel Police (Hebrew: משטרת ישראל‎, Mishteret Yisrael) is a civilian force in the State of Israel. As with most other police forces in the world, its duties include crime fighting, traffic control and maintaining public safety. It is under the jurisdiction of the Internal security Ministry.

      The Israel Police is headed by the Inspector General. The National Headquarters are located in Jerusalem, and their role is to assist the Inspector General in formulating policy, allocating resources, developing relations with external agencies, providing professional guidance, promoting research and development, providing management services like computerization, and public relations. The National Headquarters has eight divisions: Policing and Security , Investigations and the war on crime, Intelligence , Traffic , Community and Civilian Guard , Planning and Organization , Support and Logistics and Human Resources. The Israael police has six territorial districts: Northern, Central, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Southern and Judea and Samaria.

     
SLEEVE PATCH SLEEVE PATCH  
Oznaka za rukav Oznaka za rukav  
     

      U znaku izraelske policije nalazi se Davidova zvijezda u čijem se centru smjestilo prvo slovo (na hebrejskom) riječi policija. Uokolo se nalazi vijenac od maslinovog lišća koji simbolizira želju za mirom. Isti se vijenac nalazi i u grbu države Izrael.

     The patch of the Israel police depicts the logo of the police: a Star of David and in the center, the first letter for the word police, in Hebrew. Around it are olive leaves, which also appear in the emblem of the State of Israel, and symbolize the hope for peace.

     
     
     

POLICE RANKS    ČINOVI POLICIJE

 
 
INSPECTOR SEARGENT  
Mefake'ah   מפקח Samal Sheni    סמל שני  
 Inspektor Narednik  
     

      Curent rank structure in Israely Police from lowest to top. Enlisted: Constable, Corporal, Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Sergeant First Class, Master Sergeant, First Sergeant, Sergeant Major, Sergeant Major of Command. Officers: Sub-Inspector, Inspector, Chief Inspector, Superintendent, Chief Superintendent, Commander, Assistant Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner and Commissioner.

     

OLD POLICE RANKS    STARIJI ČINOVI POLICIJE

 
 
SEARGENT MAJOR 1981 - 1993 SEARGENT  
Rav Samal Bakhir  רב סמל בכיר Samal Sheni    סמל שני  
Stariji narednik  1981 - 1993 Narednik  
worn on wrist / nosi se na zapešću    
     

BORDER POLICE  Mishmar HaGvul  GRANIČNA  POLICIJA

 

      Izraelska granična policija (hebrejski: משמר הגבול‎, Mishmar HaGvul)  je "borbeni" dio izraelske policije.  U Izraelu se uobičajio naziv Magav što je skraćenica (prva slova מג"ב), dok se na Engleski često prevodi kao Border Guard (granična straža). Pripadnike granične policije zovu Magavnikim (מגבניקים). Osnovani su kao žandarmerija Izraelskih obrambenih snaga (IDF-a), 1949, kao Granični korpus (חיל הספר) sa zadatkom osiguravanja mira u ruralnim područjima, kao i duž granica Izraela. Najteža zona djelovanja Granične policije je grad Jeruzalem, gdje je skoncentrirano oko 20% svih pripadnika službe. Gotovo svi vojnici na ulicama Jeruzalema su pripadnici ove službe.

     
     

      The Israel Border Police (Mishmar HaGvul) is the combat branch of the Israeli Police. It is also commonly known by its Hebrew abbreviation Magav, meaning border guard, whilst its members are known as Magavnikim. Border Guard is often used as the official name of the Israel Border Police in English. The Border Police was founded as the Frontier Corps, a gendarmerie under the IDF in 1949 with the task of providing security in rural areas and along the borders. The Border Guards heaviest area of operation is the City of Jerusalem. Virtually all soldiers that can be seen patrolling the streets of Jerusalem are Border Guard servicemen. Approximately 20% of all Border Guard personnel in the country are located in the City of Jerusalem alone.

     
MATILAN CREW "YAMAS" SAYERET MAGAV "SAMAG"
Intelligence Gathering and Infiltrations Interception Unit Undercover Counter Terror (CT) unit Sayeret-Border Guard recon
Matilan obavještajna promatračka i presretačka mobilna jedinica Yamas Tajna protuteroristička jedinica Samag specijalna izviđačka jedinica  granične policije
 

PRISON POLICE    PRAVOSUDNA  POLICIJA

 

      The Israel Prison Service (Hebrew: שירות בתי הסוהר‎, Sherut Batei HaSohar), commonly known in Israel by its acronym Shabas (or IPS in English), is the Israeli prison service. It is responsible for maintaining civilian prisons in Israel, as well as some security prisons containing Palestinian detainees. It is under the jurisdiction of the Internal security ministry. Israel Prison Service personnel are trained in krav maga and conduct training for the prison service (kli'a) wing of the Israeli Military Police. Since 2006 there have been talks that private security companies may take control of prisons in Israel, yet no agreement was reached untill now.

     

      There are three special units within IPS. Metzada (named after Masada) is IPS's quick response and intervention force and specializes in suppression of prisoner uprisings, especially in prisons containing Palestinian detainees. It consists mainly of special forces veterans from the IDF. Nahshon is the IPS's main intervention and conveyance unit and deals with searches, silencing disturbances, guarding IPS staff, etc and  Yamar Dror, founded at the end of 1993, is the IPS unit for fighting narcotics. It specializes in searches and interrogation.

     
     
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