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     Ertzaña je bio baskijski izraz (biskajsko nariječje) riječi erri (ljudi) i zañ (straža). Inače Baski koriste riječ polizia, (ili jendarma u Francsukoj Baskiji). Tako 1960-tih nastaje kovanica Ertzaintza od dodavanjem nastavka tza na herri i zan. Sama oznaka Ertzaintze se koristi od 1982. godine i predstavlja u krugu grb Autonomne oblasti Baskije. Koriste se plava i crvena kao boje baskijske policije, dok šest polja predstavlja povijesne baskijske teritorije.

 

     Ertzaña was a Basque neologism from the Biscayne forms erri ("people") and zañ ("guard"). The generic Basque word for "police" is polizia (or jendarma in French Basque Country). Following the standardization of Basque in the 1960s, the name of the restored force became "Ertzaintza" from the respelled herri and zain with the suffix -tza. The Ertzaintza badge, since 1982, shows the coat of arms of the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country and includes the official colours, red and blue, adopted by the Basque police institution. The semi-circle that surrounds the coat of arms, represents the Historical Territories of the Basque Country.

 
   
     

      Korijeni sadašnje Ertzaintza sežu do sredine osamnaestog vijeka, u lokale policijske snage "Miqueletes" iz Biscay i Guipuzcoa te "Miñones" iz Arkaute (Alave). U Alavi je danas policijska akademija. Ertzaintza, regionalna policija od španjolskom je jurisdikcijom ali je preuzela značajan dio poslova od nacionalne policije i guardije civil. Regionalna policija Baskije trenutno broji oko 7500 policajaca, podijeljenih u četiri odjela, svaki specijaliziran za izvršavanje specijaliziranih zadataka, podržanih sa odgovarajućim pratećim službama.

     
     The origins of the current Ertzaintza, as a police force of the part of the Basque Country under Spanish jurisdiction, can be traced back to the old municipal militias, from the end of the 18th century and well into the 19th: the "Miqueletes" of Biscay and Guipuzcoa and the "Miñones" of Alava commenced their activities. Ertzaintza has taken the range of roles of the National police and the Civil Guard. As of 2004, up to seventeen promotions of agents, have graduated from the Police Academy of the Basque Country, in Arkaute (Alava). The Ertzaintza is currently a full-range police force, except border watch. Currently, the Ertzaintza counts on a staff of 7,500 agents, framed within four divisions, each of them specialized in a series of specific police tasks, and supported by the corresponding complementary services.
 
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