|INSPECTORATUL GENERAL AL POLITIEI ROMANE
The Romanian Police is the national police force and main civil law enforcement agency in Romania. It is subordinated to the Ministry of Administration and Interior. The Romanian Police is responsible for the protection of fundamental rights and liberties of the citizens and of the private and public property, the prevention and identification of criminal offences and their perpetrators and for maintaining the public order or safety.
In BIA Project, The General Inspectorate of Romanian Police is the applicant and also the coordinator for the partner countries. During this project, the General Inspectorate of Romanian Police, through ”Septimiu Muresan” Police School, will benefit from transfer of innovation in stress management and shooting tactics and will develop, together with the partner countries, a new model of stress management and educational materials that will be applied in all Romanian police schools.
|SCOALA DE AGENTI DE POLITIE ”SEPTIMIU MURESAN” CLUJ-NAPOCA
“Septimiu Muresan” Police School in Cluj-Napoca was founded in 2004. The school is subordinated to the General Inspectorate of the Romanian Police who establishes the specialization of the graduates and the professional standards that have to be accomplished.
The main objective of the school is to prepare students to become policemen able to achieve tasks related to the protection of the fundamental rights and liberties of the individual, of private and public property, to prevent and identify crimes.
In BIA project, the school is involved in developing with partners’ experts new educational materials (manual, methodology, curricula) and a new model of stress management regarding the use of duty weapons. Also, the school will be the beneficiary of a modern shooting simulator that will be used in training the trainers modules and further in training its own students.
The “Bereitschaftspolizei” is part of the Police Force of the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg. It is organized into the Head of Unit (Bereitschaftspolizeipräsidium) and 5 sub-units (Bereitschaftspolizeidirektion). The total sum of personnel is 4.282 (3.783 police officers, 499 civil employees). The tasks of the unit can be structured in three areas. The first is recruiting personnel for the police and training the entrants. Second, offering further education for police officers. Third, acting as a Riot Police or Civil Order Police. That includes a unit (Spezialeinsatzkommando), trained in special weapons and tactics.
Therefore the main competence of the unit referred to police tactics, personal training, including shooting, and mental training. All activities are based on modern methods of adult training, including e-learning.
The role in BIA Project is defined as cooperation in the scope of project management, transfer of skills, knowledge and best practice. Also, the German partner will participate with experts in stress management and shooting tactics that will work together with the Romanian experts to develop new educational materials (manual, methodology, curricula) and a new model of stress management, that can be eventually applied even to police schools in Germany. Furthermore, the German experts will participate to the training activities and will teach the Romanian partners how to work with a shooting simulator.
The Police Force of the Republic of Hungary – authorised by the Police Act (Act XXXIV of 1994 on Police) and other legal statues, in the scope of its duties, in the field of public security, internal order, crime prevention, crime control and state administration – acts as a general authority of criminal investigation operative in the prevention and disclosure of criminal offences; proceeds as an authority of administrative infractions taking part in the prevention and exploration of administrative infractions; attends to tasks related to producing, selling and using certain devices and substances which are dangerous to public security; performs tasks as a traffic authority and a traffic policing body; performs policing duties related to maintaining the order of public premises; protects the life and physical security of persons of a particular importance in the interest of the Hungarian Republic and guard certain facilities; performs tasks of maintaining order assigned to its competence.
In BIA Project, the Hungarian partner role is that of providing expertise/experts/know how in stress management and shooting tactics and developing with Romanian experts new educational materials (manual, methodology, curricula) and a new model of stress management, that can be eventually applied even to police schools in Hungary. Also, Hungarian experts, together with German experts, will participate to the training activities and will teach the Romanian partners how to work with a shooting simulator.
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