NIGERIA POLICE
NIGERIJSKA POLICIJA

 

 
 
 
 
 
LINKS LINKOVI
OFFICIAL WEBSITE
 
 
 

POLICE INSIGNIAS

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POLICE CREAST  SIMBOL POLICIJE
 

      Simbol nigerijske policije čine, redom odozgo prema dolje, orao koji predstavlja snagu. Orao stoji na ukrštenim palicama koje simboliziraju službu i autoritet. Centralni dio zauzima slon, koji simbolizira postojanost i pouzdanost. Zelena površina na kojoj stoji slon predstavlja vegetaciju Nigerije. Ispod svega je lenta sa natpisom "THE NIGERIA POLICE".

     

   

CAP BADGE

   

Oznaka za kape

   
     

      On the top of the police crest is eagle which represent strength. Eagle stands on crossed batons, symbols for offcie and authority. Elefant from this crest represent steadfastness and reliability and green ground on the bottom stands for vegetation on Nigeria.

     
POLICE HISTORY   HISTORIJA POLICIJE
 
      1861. godine London dozvoljava britanskom konzulu u Lagosu da osnuje "Konzularnu stražu" jačine 30 ljudi. 1983. postaju poznati kao "Housa stražari". Kada 1900. britanska vlada dijeli Nigeriju na sjeverni i južni dio (protektorate) razdvajaju se i do tada postojeće policijske snage. Tako nastaju na jugu Južno-nigerijska policija i Južno-nigerijska regimenta, a na sjeveru Sjeverno-nigerijska policija i Sjeverno-nigerijska regimenta. Iako 1914. godine dolazi do ujedinjenja sjevera i juga, policijske snage nastavljaju odvojeno djelovati sve do 01.03.1930.g. sjedište zajedničke policije bilo je smješteno u Lagosu. Tek od 1964. godine na mjesto komesara imenuju se, umjesto Britanaca domaći ljudi. Prvi je bio g. Louis Orok Edet.
     
 
PATCH FOR UN MISSONS PATCH FOR UN MISSONS  
Oznaka za misije UN-a Oznaka za misije UN-a  

I got this two insignias in UNPROFOR mission / oznake sam dobio u misiji UNPROFOR-a

 

      In April 1861, the British Consul in Lagos obtained permission from London to establish a Consular Guard comprising of 30 men. Two years later in 1863, this small body of men became known as the "Hausa Guard". It was further regularized in 1879. When the British Government in 1900 following the transfer of administration from the Royal Niger Company proclaimed protectorates of Northern and Southern Nigeria, the Royal Niger Constabulary was split into the Northern Nigeria Police Force and the Northern Nigeria Regiment. In the South, the Lagos Police Force and part of the Niger Coast Constabulary became the southern Nigeria Police Force in 1906 while the bulk of the Niger Coast Constabulary formed the southern Nigeria Regiments. After the amalgamation of Northern and Southern Nigeria in 1914 both Police Forces continued to operate separately until 1st April 1930 when they were merged to form the present Nigeria Police Force with Headquarters in Lagos.  Late Mr. Louis Orok Edet was appointed the first indigenous Inspector-General of Police in 1964. Since then twelve other Nigerians has held the Office.

     

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