Case Study Category: Crime PreventionCase Study Tags: Crime, Germany, Poland, and Prevention
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The CBC action focused on the cooperation agreement between the Police Force of Brandenburg and the Polish Police Force from the Voivodships of Szczecin, Gorzow and Wroclaw.
Ministry of the Interior of Baden-Württemberg, State Chancellery of Rhineland-Palatinate, State Chancellery of Lower Saxony are partners of the project.
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1. The Police Force of the Federal Land of Brandenburg created the post of Commissioner for German-Polish Relations as an independent organisational unit, in order to coordinate German-Polish Police cooperation.
2. In the German-Polish border region, crime prevention measures focused on the organisation of joint patrols as an integral part of direct cooperation between Police stations and district headquarters. These joint patrols are deployed at special events such as folk festivals and major events in a bid to prevent administrative offenses and criminal offenses that can be classified specifically as mass criminality.