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Vietnam People's Security
Six golden letters: For Security of the Fatherland For myself, to bearfrugal integrity; For the colleagues, to kindly help; For the government, to must be absolutely loyal; For the people, to be respectful and polite; For the work, to be devoted'; For the enemy, must befirmly smart against.Active 19 August 1945–presentCountry  VietnamBranch Branches* Vietnam
Vietnam
People's Security Force* Vietnam
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Vietnam
Coordinates: 16°10′N 107°50′E / 16.167°N 107.833°E / 16.167; 107.833Socialist Republic
Republic
of Vietnam Cộng hòa xã hội chủ nghĩa Việt Nam  (Vietnamese)FlagEmblemMotto: Độc lập – Tự do – Hạnh phúc "Independence – Freedom – Happiness"Anthem: Tiến Quân Ca[a] (English: "Army March")Location of  Vietnam  (green) in ASEAN  (dark grey)  –  [Legend]Capital Hanoi 21°2′N 105°51′E / 21.033°N 105.850°E / 21.033; 105.850Largest city
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National Police Of Colombia
The National Police
Police
of Colombia
Colombia
(Spanish: Policía Nacional de Colombia) is the national police force of Colombia. Although the National Police
Police
is not part of the Military Forces of Colombia
Colombia
(Army, Navy, and Air Force), it constitutes along with them the "Public Force"[3] and is also controlled by the Ministry of Defense. Unlike many nations which use a tiered system of law enforcement, the National Police
Police
is the only civilian police force in Colombia
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Argentine Federal Police
The Argentine Federal Police
Police
(Spanish: Policía Federal Argentina
Argentina
or PFA) is a civil police force of the Argentine federal government
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Royal Bahamas Police Force
The Royal Bahamas Police
Police
Force is the national law enforcement agency of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas. The RBPF operates within the portfolio of the Ministry of National Security. The police force was established on 1 March 1840. The Force is headquartered on East Street Hill in Nassau, Bahamas.Contents1 History 2 Structure2.1 Ranking system 2.2 Commissioner 2.3 Organisation 2.4 Senior Executive Management Team 2.5 Programs3 Activities3.1 Operation Rapid Strike4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit]Central police station of the RBPF in NassauFrom the early eighteenth century to the later part of the nineteenth century, the development of policing generally followed the pattern of policing in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. During the first half of this period, men were appointed as constables to assist in the enforcement of government rules and regulations, and the apprehension of offenders
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Royal Barbados Police Force
The Royal Barbados
Barbados
Police
Police
Force (RBPF), as established under the Police
Police
Act, of 1961(a), and the Constitution of Barbados
Barbados
is a part of the government responsible for local law enforcement. Assistant Commissioner of Police
Commissioner of Police
Tyrone Griffith has been acting as Commissioner of the Police
Police
since June 2013 when Commissioner Darwin Dottin was asked to retire in the public's interest
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Belize Police Department
Area Headquarters: 5 Division Headquarters: Stations: Recruiting Centres:WebsiteOfficial SiteLaw enforcement in Belize
Belize
is conducted by the Belize
Belize
Police
Police
Department headed by a Commissioner and headquartered in Belize
Belize
City.Contents1 About 2 Strength 3 Organization 4 Ranks 5 Operations 6 See also 7 References 8 External linksAbout[edit] The Belize
Belize
Police
Police
Department is descended from the British Honduras Constabulary (BHC), which was established in 1886. Constabulary personnel initially numbered 141 and were recruited in Barbados because local men showed no interest in enlisting. The government assigned the early police the task of preserving law and order in the colony
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Law Enforcement In Bolivia
Law enforcement in Bolivia
Bolivia
is based on the 31,000-strong Cuerpo de Policía Nacional (National Police
Police
Corps) responsible for internal security and maintaining law and order. Unlike most Latin American countries, the Bolivian police force always has been accountable to the national government rather than to state or local officials. The 1950 Organic Law of Police
Police
and Carabiniers officially separated the police from the military
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Federal Police Department
The Federal Police
Police
of Brazil
Brazil
(Portuguese: Polícia Federal) is a federal law enforcement agency of Brazil
Brazil
and one of its three federal police forces. The other two are the Federal Highway Police
Federal Highway Police
and the Federal Railroad/Railway Police. From 1944 to 1967 it was called the Federal Department for Public Security (Portuguese: Departamento Federal de Segurança Pública). The Federal Police
Police
Department is responsible for combating crimes against federal institutions, international drug trafficking, terrorism, cyber-crime, organized crime, public corruption, white-collar crime, money laundering, immigration, border control, airport security and maritime policing
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Law Enforcement In Canada
Law enforcement in Canada
Canada
are public-sector police forces that are associated with and commissioned to the three levels of government: municipal (both lower and upper-tier), provincial, and federal. Most urban areas have been given the authority by the provinces to maintain their own police force. All but two of Canada's provinces in turn, contract out their provincial law-enforcement responsibilities to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
(popularly known in English-speaking areas as the Mounties), the national police force, which is commissioned to the federal level of government
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Law Enforcement In Chile
Carabiniers of Chile
Chile
(Spanish: Carabineros de Chile) are the Chilean national police force, who have jurisdiction over the entire national territory of Chile. Created in 1927, their mission is to maintain order and create public respect for the laws of the country. They report to the Ministerio de Defensa Nacional (Ministry of National Defense) through the Undersecretary of Carabiniers. Since 2011, the Ministry of the Interior and Public Security has full control over them, thus fully separating it from the three other branches by department but still considered a part of the armed forces
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Carabineros De Chile
Carabiniers of Chile
Chile
(Spanish: Carabineros de Chile) are the Chilean national police force, who have jurisdiction over the entire national territory of Chile. Created in 1927, their mission is to maintain order and create public respect for the laws of the country. They report to the Ministerio de Defensa Nacional (Ministry of National Defense) through the Undersecretary of Carabiniers. Since 2011, the Ministry of the Interior and Public Security has full control over them, thus fully separating it from the three other branches by department but still considered a part of the armed forces
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Investigations Police Of Chile
Investigations Police
Police
of Chile
Chile
(Spanish: Policía de Investigaciones de Chile, PDI) are the civilian police of Chile
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Public Forces Of Costa Rica
The Public Force of Costa Rica
Costa Rica
is a small paramilitary force which performs policing and border patrol functions. Costa Rica
Costa Rica
does not officially have a military.[1]Contents1 History1.1 Public Force of the Ministry of Public Security (1996)2 Aircraft inventory in 2016 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] On December 1, 1948, President José Figueres Ferrer
José Figueres Ferrer
of Costa Rica abolished the military of Costa Rica
Costa Rica
after victory in the civil war in that year.[2] In a ceremony in the Cuartel Bellavista, Figueres broke a wall with a mallet symbolizing an end to Costa Rica's military spirit. In 1949, the abolition of the military was introduced in Article 12 of the Costa Rican Constitution. The budget previously dedicated to the military now is dedicated to security, education and culture
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Zimbabwe Republic Police
The Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe
Republic Police
Police
(or ZRP) is the national police force of Zimbabwe, known until July 1980 as the British South Africa Police.[4]Contents1 Structure 2 Formation and Africanisation 3 Ranks 4 Achievements and Criticism 5 Notes 6 References 7 Further readingStructure[edit] The force consists of at least 39,000 officers and is headquartered in Harare
Harare
at the Police
Police
General Headquarters (PGHQ)[1]. The force is organised by province as follows; Uniformed national police referred to as Duty Uniform Branch (DUB) which form 10 Operational provinces, Support Unit, Canine Unit, Technicians, Depot Training wing, the Traffic branch and Administration Staff
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Law Enforcement In Cuba
Law enforcement in Cuba
Cuba
is the responsibility of the National Revolutionary Police
Police
Force (Spanish: Policía Nacional Revolucionaria, PNR) under the administration of the Cuban Ministry of the Interior. Article 64 of the Cuban Constitution states that "Defense of the socialist motherland is every Cuban's greatest honor and highest duty."[1] Conscription into either the armed forces or the national police force is compulsory for those over the age of 16. Nevertheless, conscripts have no choice to which service they are assigned.[2] Crime rates in Cuba
Cuba
remain significantly lower than many other major nations worldwide, with Cuban police acting strongly against any crime, particularly in Havana
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