Member since :
4 de noviembre de 1992
Estonian Police and Border Guard Board
The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board (Eesti Politsei- ja Piirivalveamet in Estonian) is a government agency under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Interior. The Board is headed by a Director General.
As a result of reorganization in January 2010, the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board has taken on the responsibilities formerly assumed by the Police Board, the Citizenship and Migration Board, the Border Guard Board, the Central Criminal Police and the Personal Protection Service.
The other principal departments of the Estonian Ministry of Interior include:
- Security Police Board;
- Rescue Board;
- Public Service Academy (an educational institution providing applied higher education in the field of policing and other aspects of Internal Affairs administration).
Opened in 1992, the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Estonia is part of the Criminal Intelligence Bureau, a unit of the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board. It is staffed by 50 police and civilian crime specialists.
INTERPOL Tallinn comprises the following units:
- 24/7 operational centre;
- Fugitive investigations;
- International legal assistance;
- Specialized crime;
- Data collection;
- Criminal analysis.
INTERPOL crea una nueva unidad para ayudar a los países miembros a combatir el terrorismo químico y con explosivos
Una operación de INTERPOL conduce a la detención del cerebro de una red de contrabando de automóviles que movía millones de euros
Red Notices 8
IGOR Age today: 54 years old
ALEKSANDR Age today: 41 years old
Yellow Notices 1
MARGUS Age today: 42 years old
- 31st European Regional Conference - 2002 - Tallinn