Case Study Category: Crime PreventionCase Study Tags: Baden-Württemberg, Crime, Germany, Poland, Police, and Prevention
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The CBC action focused on the Agreement between the Governments of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Republic of Poland concerning the cooperation between Police Authorities and Border Police Authorities.
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1. Organisation of joint patrols as an integral part of the 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 offences and criminal offences that can be classified specifically as mass criminality. Joint bicycle patrols were also organised in 2010 as a special kind of patrol during the warmer months.
2. Organisation of work conferences, in order to prepare and evaluate police operations and to provide advanced training.
3. Organisation of a specialist conference on border criminality. It was attended by representatives of the Polish Police force from the border headquarters, representatives of the Polish Police Headquarters in Warsaw, representatives of the Federal Criminal Police Office and representatives of the Public Prosecutor’s Office in Frankfurt (Oder). At this conference fifty experts had the opportunity to exchange experiences regarding motor vehicle theft and its prevention.