Visit of delegation of police officials from Belgium and the Netherlands in Legal Police College
18 November 2016 Kirov was visited by a delegation of police officials from Belgium and the Netherlands. The main purpose of the trip was interacting with the students, future lawyers.
Police officers working at embassies in Moscow, must be competent in all matters concerning the fight against crime. Ranging from simple theft to international terrorism. This topic is for Andre Naas current as ever. In March this year, Belgium's capital shaken by a series of terrorist attacks. Those events changed not only the life of Brussels, but also affected the work of the local police.
ANDRE NAAS, LIAISON OFFICER AT THE BELGIAN EMBASSY IN MOSCOW, THE CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF THE FEDERAL POLICE OF BELGIUM:
“In the country in hot pursuit was made, a minimum of 30 operational measures to avoid the threat of a recurrence of terrorist attacks.” The exchange of information, believes the Belgian liaison officer, and can serve as one of the most effective measures to combat terrorism. Representatives of the two kingdoms in Kirov is not the first time. From meeting them, the students gain knowledge about the training of police, their strategy against crime. Food for thought get and employees of regional security and law enforcement agencies.
THOMAS KNAPP, THE COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER OF THE NATIONAL POLICE OF THE KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS:
"The police are trying to be a reflection of society, especially in big cities such as Amsterdam. What do I mean by that? We recruit people to the police from different countries. Those who have long lives and, therefore, integrated into society".We have a lot in common, admitted police from Europe. Differences are only in uniform, the structure and number of guards. Otherwise, they all have a single goal in their work.
NIKOLAY KOSHCHEEV, THE PRESIDENT OF KIROV BRANCH OF RS IPA:
"We all have one enemy. It is a criminal, a terrorist. Here we have nothing to share. Criminals have long been no boundaries. Therefore, the struggle with them must go only together."
Contacts and interaction with colleagues from European countries will be continued. Next year we plan a series of various events. But such close and open communication will remain a priority.