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AUSTRIA- OSTEREICH


Yes in Austria there are police officers in technical functions, too. If police officers have special technical interests and knowledge they also can be part of a technical deaprtment of police.

Dear Ms:/Mrs. Zichella!
In Austria there are working in the case you described also police officers as well as civilian people for the Austrian Federal Police. The salary of policeman and civilians is different and it depends on the qualification.

Best regards
Harald Noschiel
Austrian Federal Ministry of Interior
Department I/5-Public Relations


Best regards
Harald Noschiel



BELGIUM- BELGIO

Dear Nicola,
In Belgium it is really depending on which police service you're working in. In some services you only work at a desk (e.g. chief/director or executing an administrative function), in others you do both (e.g. intervention departments who have to make reports of their interventions, or criminal police), and some units only work on the street (special units, or reserve troops for special occasions like a football match or demonstration). There are no statistics available of time spending at a desk or on the street, but as in a lot of other countries, bureaucratic obstructions and disabilities are subject to public discussions and policy debates.
You're not paid better when working in- or outside. You're salary is depending on your seniority and ranking. Of course we have supplementary payments for night or weekend shifts (what is generally not done by desk police officers), and other kind of bonusses for special services (risk fees, clothing and costumes, transport and other expenses, and so on).
If you have other or more specific questions, don't hesitate to contact me.
Sorry you had to wait a little time.
Bart DE GEETER
Member of the National Board IPA Belgium
++ 32 495 17 28 16
degeeter@ipa.be





CIPRO - CIPRUS


Dear Mrs Zichella,

Regarding your email dated 12/12/06, we would like to inform you that the system that is implemented by Cyprus Police is the following:
From time to time, depending always on the needs of the Police Service, specialists on certain sciences such as information science, forensics criminology and psychology,  are being recruited under special conditions. This category of  personnel of the Police is excluded from public order duties.  Regarding the rest of the Police officers, it is possible that an officer holding a degree or diploma or have specialized knowledge on a certain issue, serves in the department which is related with his or her knowledge if his/her services are necessary for the smooth operation of that department. Otherwise, that person will work in a department performing public order duties.  

Press Office
Cyprus Police Headquarters
Nicosia, Cyprus



DENMARK- DANIMARCA

Hello Nicola Zichella.

In Denmark all police-officers is in a way under an obligation to do all kinds of police-job. However they maybe have to get trained for the job/work. All police officers in Denmark are trained to guard a entrance of a policestation.

Best regards

Finn Andreasen
policeinspector
Danish trafficpolice Department








EIRE


Dear Nicola, Thank you for your email. All members of An Garda Síochána are paid according to their rank and length of service.Details of salary scales are available on our website www.garda.ie. Gardaí (Police Officers) receive allowances in addition to their salary. All Gardaí undergo the same training. When they have successfully finished their two year training and a further probation period they can apply to the different departments (including technical and scientific) within the organisation when vacancies arise . Civilian personnel are employed by The Civil Service www.publicjobs.ie
If you require further information please contact me.
Regards,

Noreen Harrison,Garda
Garda Press Office.
Dear Nicola, No police officers are exempt from any duty and can be redeployed at the discretion of the Garda Commissioner. Police officers attached to the public order units are drawn from ordinary police units as the need arises. In general though, specially trained police personnel such as information technology would only move departments on promotion or at their own choice.
Regards,

Noreen Harrison,Garda
Garda Press Office.




ESTONIA - ESTI

Dear Nicola Zichella
First of all let me wish you all the best for the year 2007. We received your query about the knowledge of information sciences among policemen.
I will now try to answer some of your questions and explain how things are organized in the Estonian Police.
All the police information systemas are maintained and developped at the highest level at the Police Board, where there is a special department responsible for IT-related developments. The staff consists mainly of civilian experts with a few police officers (usually at the rank of superintendent) educated in the area of information sciences. Their salary is on the same level as that of other emloyees in governmental institutions, and in order to keep the experts working for the police their received pay is probably a bit higher than that of the average patrolling police officer (the pay also depends on the level of expertize and work experience).
All the police prefectures in Estonia (altogether 4) also have civilian IT support staff consisting of 10-20 emloyees (some police prefectures also have about 1-2 police officers - superintendents or senior inspectors - among them).
The police officers at the police departments and the police dest officers have end-user level knowledge of all the police information systems, but no special education in the field of information science. The Operational Centres (where the calls for help come) of the prefectures also employ civilians - similarly, trained at the end-user level in computer skills.
All positions have special requierements and job descriptions, and in cases of vacancies everyone (policemen and civilians alike) may apply. Of course, the position of an senior specialist in information science can only be fulfilled by someone who meets the requirements for the position (the same applies also for the positions that require a rank).
Hopefully I have provided answers to your questions.
Best regards,
Pirko Tõugu
Senior Specialist
Police Cooperation Division
Police Board






GERMANIA- GERMANY


     OGGETTO
Informazioni sulla Bundespolizei
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Ruoli tecnici in Germania
     RIF.
Sua richiesta alla Bundespolizei del 17.11.06
     ALLEGATI

Gentile Sig. Zichella,

con riferimento alla Sua richiesta del 17.11.06 posso rispondere ai suoi quesiti per quanto riguarda la Bundespolizei sull'impiego di poliziotti e dipendenti civili impiegati nel settore IT come segue:

In linea di massima il compito viene svolto da impiegati civili, anche se vi sono casi di personale di polizia, che abbia già conoscenze nel settore della Information Technology, che sono impiegati anche come amministratori di sistema o ruoli simili.
In tal caso questi colleghi sono esonerati dal servizio operativo. Ottengono la stessa retribuzione in base alle tabelle retributive valide per il corpo di polizia. Un piccolo incentivo per questo servizio potrebbe essere la possibilità di partecipare a corsi di aggiornamento e le relative ore di lavoro straordinario (che sono retribuite separatamente).

In linea di massima il personale per questi ruoli non proviene dalle forze di polizia e si tenta di occupare i relativi posti esclusivamente con personale civile. Si rincorre a questi quindi soltanto quando non si riesce a reperire personale adatto sul mercato libero, sia per questioni di concorrenza troppo alta sia p.e. in zone rurali senza la relativa offerta.

Sono ovviamente a Sua disposizione per eventuali ulteriori domande e colgo l'occasione per porgere i miei più distinti saluti insieme agli auguri di un buon Natale ed un felice Anno Nuovo.


Johannes Parzer


Formazione nel servizio sanitario della Polizia tedesca:

Oltre alla formazione generale presso la Landespolizei nei 16 Länder esiste l'Accademia della Polizia Federale con sede a Lubecca dove è possibile frequentare un corso di specializzazione per il servizio sanitario nella Polizia tedesca. Il corso base è per personale infermieristico di pronto soccorso. Seguono altri corsi specialistici per personale infermieristico che assiste e presta assistenza durante le varie attività di polizia (ad es. durante l'attività di disinnesco, esplosioni, esercitazione al poligono, attività subacquea, ecc.)

Specializzazione di tecnica informatica e telecomunicazione:

Oltre alla comune formazione presso la Landespolizei dei 16 Länder esistono corsi di specializzazione di tecnica informatica e di telecomunicazione presso l'Accademia della Polizia Federale a Lubecca. Inoltre, il Bundeskriminalamt a Wiesbaden, come sede centrale della Polizia Federale tedesca, offre corsi di formazione per la Landespolizei. I corsi di specializzazione durano mediamente fino a 20 settimane e terminano in regola con un esame.


Spero di esserLe stato d'aiuto.
Per ogni ulteriore informazione sono a Sua disposizione.

Distinti saluti
Bernd Adolph

Dear Mrs. Zichella,
If it`s necessary Desk police officers which work for the administration, information science and so on, have to do also public order services. In special cases like the visit of president Bush in Hessen it may be necessary to have more police officers for public order tasks so it may be that Desk police officers have to do public order tasks. But these cases are not often.
Monitoring dangerous drivers is no police task in Hessen. It´s a task of the traffic authority. So I can`t tell you about special tools.
Best regards

Vera Lindenthal-Gold
Referat Personal
Hessisches Ministerium des Innern und für Sport
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 12
65185 Wiesbaden
Tel.: +49 (611) 353 2321
Fax: +49 (611) 353 2309
E-Mail: Vera.Lindenthal-Gold@HMDIS.hessen.de



IPA GERMANY


Az.: 1409/ho
Liebe IPA-Freunde und -Freundinnen in den Landesgruppen,
der italienische IPA-Freund Nicola Zichella schreibt, dass im Auftrag des italienischen Innenministeriums eine Studie hinsichtlich der Tätigkeit von Informatikern innerhalb der Polizei vorgenommen wird. Er stellt folgende Fragen:
- Sind die Mitarbeiter mit Informatik- oder Telekommunikationskenntnisse Zivilisten oder Polizisten?
- Falls sie Polizisten sind, sind sie, wie in Italien, von Polizeidienst befreit?
- Falls es sich bei den wissenschaftlichen Mitarbeitern um Polizisten mit Kenntnissen in Informatik handelt, erhalten Sie finanzielle Anreize?
- Können Polizisten jederzeit in die wissenschaftlichen Informatik-Abteilungen wechseln oder müssen bestimmte Bedingungen eingehalten werden?
- Wie wird Personal der Informatik im Hinblick auf die Entlohnung mit Polizisten verglichen?
Mit freundlichen Grüßen
Servo per Amikeco
Christa Hock
(aus der Bundesgeschäftsstelle)



Von: Reimers, Thomas (LKA 1 / Kriminalpolizeistelle Neumünster)
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 21. Dezember 2006 08:19
An: Nadzeika, Jürgen (Polizei-Autobahnrevier Mölln)
Betreff: AW: WG: police officer nicola zichella responsable of international affairs of the association of the technical professions of police forces in italy
Hallo Kollege Nadzeika,
ich werde das mal versuchen, sage aber gleich, dass ich keine absolut tiefgehenden Kenntnisse über diese Strukturen habe, weil das LKA nur einen kleinen Teil abbildet und der überwiegende Teil beim LPA und andernorts geleistet wird. Gleichwohl denke ich, dass diese Informationen hinreichend sein sollten, um die Anfrage des italienischen Freundes zu beantworten.
Also, zunächst ist anzumerken, dass die Polizei in SH kein eigenes Rechenzentrum unterhält, sondern die technische Betreuung der Netzwerk- und Serverlandschaft, soweit sie nicht als Fileserver vor Ort erforderlich sind, fremdvergeben sind, nämlich an die Fa. DATAPORT. Dort versehen nach meinem Kenntnisstand ausschließlich Angestellte Dienst, weil es sich um eine privatwirtschaftlich organisierte Firma handelt. Das zunächst dazu.
Die im IT-Bereich der Landespolizei beschäftigten Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter sind sowohl Angestellte als auch Polizeivollzugsbeamte, und hier sowohl der Schutz- als auch der Kriminalpolizei und überwiegend –im gehobenen und – in herausgehobenen Leitungsfunktionen ­– im höheren Dienst angesiedelt.
Diese Beamtinnen und Beamten sind i.d.R. von Vollzugsaufgaben freigestellt. Ausnahmen gelten für die im IT-Bereich „nebenberuflich“ eingesetzten Vollzugskräfte, wie Anwenderbetreuer oder SPX-Planer.
„Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiter“ i.S.v. studierten Informatikern hat die Landespolizei nicht. Ebenso haben Vollzugsbeamte mit den entsprechenden Kenntnissen und Einsatz im IT-Bereich keinerlei finanziellen Anreiz, das reguliert sich über die Dienstpostenbewertung.
Eine wissenschaftliche Informatikabteilung hat die Landespolizei nicht. Bei freiwerdenden Stellen im Bereich LPA 2 oder LKA 14 kann sich jeder Beamte bewerben, wenn er über die erforderlichen Grundkenntnisse verfügt. Alles andere regelt sich über entsprechende Aus- und Fortbildungsmaßnahmen (intern und extern).
Die hier eingesetzten Vollzugsbeamten haben in der Regel höhere Bezüge (A 9 – A 15) als das Tarifpersonal (BAT VI b für reine Eingabetätigkeiten, BAT V c/b für höherwertige Aufgaben, in der Spitze BAT IV b als Ausnahme).
Tarifpersonal wird also weniger gut bezahlt als Beamte.
Ich hoffe, hiermit gedient zu haben. Bei Nachfragen bitte anrufen.

Gruß
Thomas Reimers
Landeskriminalamt Schleswig-Holstein
Leiter Abteilung 1 i.V.
Mühlenweg 166-168
D-24116 Kiel
Tel.: +49-431-160-4815
thomas.reimers@polizei.landsh.de

from Babelfish translation

Hello colleague Nadzeika, I will try that times, legend however directly that I do not have absolutely deep knowledge of these structures, because the LKA illustrates only a small part and the predominant part with the LPA and is in another place carried out. Nevertheless I think that these information should be sufficient, in order to answer the inquiry of the Italian friend. Thus, first it is to be marked that the police in SH does not maintain an own computing centre, but the technical support of the network and server landscape, as far as it not when file servers are necessary locally, foreignassigns is, i.e. to the companies DATA HAVEN. There employees provide service after my level of knowledge excluding, because it concerns an private-economically organized company. That first in addition. Within the IT range of the police force woman employees and coworkers employed are both employees and police enforcement officer, and here both the protection and the kriminalpolizei and predominantly in the elevated and - in lifted out line functions ­ - in the higher service settled. These woman officials and official are exempted i.d.R. from tasks of execution. Exceptions apply to within the IT range "sideline" assigned execution forces, like user responsible persons or SPX planners. "scientific coworkers" i.S.v. studied computer scientists does not have the police force. Likewise enforcement officer with the appropriate knowledge and employment within the IT range do not have any financial incentive, adjust themselves over the service post evaluation. A scientific computer science department does not have the police force. With freed places within the range LPA 2 or LKA 14 can apply each official, if he has necessary basic knowledge. Everything else regulates itself over appropriate basic and advanced training measures (internal and external). The execution officials used here have usually higher purchases (A 9 - A 15) than the tariff personnel (VI b for pure input activities ASKED, ASKED V c/b for tasks with high order, in the point ASKED IV b as exception). Tariff personnel is thus less well paid than an official. I hope to have hereby served. Call with demands please. Greeting Thomas Reimers

Jürgen Nadzeika
Polizei-Autobahnrevier Mölln, 21493 Elmenhorst
04156 - 29510
Juergen.Nadzeika@polizei.landsh.de



ISLANDA-ICELAND


Dear Nicola.

The answer to your question is yes. In Iceland we have a category of desk officers with technical functions. They are not employed patrolling the streets.

There are also civilian specialists working both in computer programming and statistics. However their work does not require them to be sworn police officers. The police officers do not get specific incentives in their salary but they obtain high rank due to their specialist knowledge. The police officers who obtain positions related to information science have usually some degree in the field, either university or private school.

Does that answer your questions? If not, then do not hesitate to write me back!

Best regards,
Olafur.

________________________________





LUSSEMBURGO- LUXEMBURG



Dear Nicola
At the police department of information sciences in Luxemburg, you
will find both kinds of employees. Civilian and Police officer, last one
are exempted of police duty.
The salary of a civilian is calculated in relation to his study, the
policeman working in that department is paid same as a policeman (same
years of duty/rank) doing normal police tasks. The science department
police officer is receiving an extra amount (like the civilian)
by reading lessons at the police school.

I hope these answers are satisfying your demand, if not let me know.

JANS Serge





 PAESI BASSI - THE NETHERLANDS


Dear collegue Nicola Zichella,

With reference to my telephone call to you today 12/12/2006 at 13.15 hrs I hereby give you a brief summary on th way in which we employ technical, administrative police officers in our regular police work.
As I told you we are in my police force (Friesland, a province in de North of the Netherlands with approximately 600.000 inhabitants and a total of 1500 police personal) gradually increasing the operational deployement of technical, administraive personal who are (as you write) in fact operational policemen and - women. Important is that they are distinguised from the purely adminstrative staff like people working in the personal, financial, secretarial etc. functions; the latter are adminstrative personel without police authority.
We even have given this operation a name. It is called "Operation Hidden Blue", refering to the fact that there are these full or part time executive policeofficers working in tre functions you refer to but they are (more or lees) "hidden in the organisation. I shall name a few functions:
- firearms instructors
- experts on automation and information
- consultants in staff departments (traffic, special constabulary, environmental law enforcement, etc.)
- policeofficiers who work in Personal or Financial departments (very few by the way)
- specialists in law
- Internal Affairs Department
- the Communication Department
- and finaly members of the staff of the Chief Constable (like me)
In general the unions (the police in the Netherlands are among the most densely organised of all public and private services in our country) are in favour of this policy. This is because this policy it decreases the pressure (in 7 x 24 hrs rotas, especially in the inconvenient hours like the night and weekend shifts) on the uniform police. In some police regions (though not in ours) sometimes a part of the detective force also participates in this operatrional 7 x 24 hrs shifts but this does not occur often.

I hope that your efforts will succeed. I myself, as I told you, am a police commisioner. I work in the staff of the Chief Constable and spend 10% of my working hours on operational duties. My regular work is making, translating, clarifying police policies, writing letters and reports. This 10% operational work enables me to explain to the common policemen and -women (amongs who also my own daughter!) what I do and why. I sometimes also "stand in the mud" as we put it and the mutual acceptance and understanding of each others work grows through this.

All the best and kind greeting to you in beautifull Rome

Dirk Scholten

Police commisioner
Office of the Chief Constable
Friesland Police Force
PO Box 269
8901 BB Leeuwarden

tel: (0)58 8808156 (office)
(0)6-54351128 (mobile)
email: dirkscholten@friesland.politie.nl




NORVEGIA - NORWAY

We have some officers specialized in information science and telecomunication. The are there on permanetly basis, but can support the celleaugues with advice and sometimes they can assist in the street. This is not very often.



I hope this answer can help you.

audun.buseth@politiet.no






POLONIA - POLAND
Dear Nicola,
Concerning your request of Polish National Police /its regulations and activities/, please find all necessary information at www.policja.pl
/English lap/.
Yours sincerelly,
Younger Non - Commisioned Officer
Agnieszka Stapór
International Co-operation Development Unit
Chief Commander's Cabinet
Polish General Police Headquarters
Pulawska 148/150, 02-624 Warsaw
tel. no.: /+48 22/ 60 150 36
fax. no.: /+4822/ 60 127 79
e-mail.: a.stapor@policja.gov.pl




PORTUGAL - PORTOGALLO


Regarding the police officers which work for the administration employed in
information science and telecommunications are exempted from public order
services permanently as in Italy or when there is necessity they are called
to support the other policemen.


In Portugal we have non police workers that only work in administrative
paper work, they are not allow to do police work because they are no
policeman, we also have 2000 policeman that are 100% policeman that are in
telecommunications, information science and other inside jobs,  but they
only do real police work when needed and no we do not have a category of
technical roles for desk police officers as in Italy.

We have male a female police officers that are nurses, but like above they
are 100% police officers and when needed the must do police work, regarding
the doctors they are not high rank superiors since they are not police
officers and in our law a Portuguese policeman only receives orders form
another high rank policeman.

Armando Ferreira

afqferreira@sapo.pt





REGNO UNITO- UNITED KINGDOM


Risponde il Dott. Christopher Locke direttore di Constabulary

IMPIEGHI DI RUOLO ORDINARIO "TENURE" E INTERSCAMBIO
SEMBRA NEGATIVO IMPIEGARE GLI AGENTI DI POLIZIA DENTRO E FUORI DAGLI UFFICI DI POLIZIA E FARLI CAMBIARE CONTINUAMENTE I COMPITI, MA I DIPARTIMENTI DI POLIZIA DEL REGNO UNITO FANNO LO STESSO.
ESSI ALTRESI' NELLA MAGGIOR PARTE DELLE FORZE DI POLIZIA NON PERMETTONO AGLI AGENTI DI POLIZIA DI LAVORARE CON UNA SPECIALIZZZAZIONE PER TROPPO TEMPO PROPRIO PER FARE IN MODO CHE NON SI DIMENTICHINO COSA SIA IL LAVORO DI POLIZIA SULLA STRADA COSI' CHE DOPO 3 O 4 ANNI GLI AGENTI DI POLIZIA TORNANO SULLA STRADA IN PRIMA LINEA PER UN PO' DI ANNI PRIMA CHE ESSI POSSANO TORNARE AL LORO LAVORO DI UFFICIO. NEL REGNO UNITO LO CHIAMANO "TENURE" INACRICO DI TRATTENIMENTO PER UN PERIODO TEMPORANEO E MOLTI COMPITI SPECIALISTICI HANNO UNA COLLOCAZIONE TEMPORANEA AD ESEMPIO 3-4- 5 ANNI CHE VOI SAPETE DA QUANDO PRENDETE IL LAVORO.
NOI ABBIAMO AVUTO 25 PER ANNI L'INTERSCAMBIO CHE VUOL DIRE CHE SE ENTRI NELLA SQUADRA INVESTIGATIVA (CID) COME INVESTIGATORE PRIMA CHE TU POSSA ESSERE PROMOSSO CON IL RUOLO PROFESSIONALE DI DETECTIVE CON IL GRADO DI SERGENTE DEVI TORNARE IN UNIFORME PER ALMENO UN ANNO PROPRIO PER RAMMENTARTI IL TUO TIPO DI LAVORO E INTEGRARTI CON IL DIPARTIMENTO DEI POLIZIOTTI CHE LAVORANO IN UNIFORME E CONOSCERE COME LAVORA UN SERGENTE DI POLIZIA SU STRADA IN UNIFORME PRIMA CHE TU POSSA TORNARE AD INVESTIRE IL RUOLO DI INVESTIGATORE DI POLIZIA IN ABITI CIVILI. LO STESSO VIENE APPLICATO AGLI ASPIRANTI INVESTIGATORI SINO AL GRADO DI ISPETTORE AI FINI DELLA PROMOZIONE. MOLTI ANNI FA SI SONO PREOCCUPATI CHE LA CRIMINALPOL DEL REGNO UNITO CHIAMATA CID POSSA DIVENIRE UNA FORZA SEPARATA E NON PARTE DI UNA FORZA DI POLIZIA IN UNIFORME E DI PERDERE IL CONTROLLO SUL TERRITORIO NEL CONTRASTO AL CRIMINE IN PRIMA LINEA. NON TUTTI DI DIPARTIMENTI DI POLIZIA HANNO LE STESSE CONDIZIONI MA LA MAGGIOR PARTE APPLICANO LE STESSE CONDIZIONI, QUANDO SI E' VERIFICATO QUESTO MOLTI INVESTIGATORI DELLA CRIMINALPOL BRITANNICA NON ERANO FELICI MA ORA QUESTO REGOLAMENTO SI APPLICA DA LUNGO TEMPO E LORO HANNO DOVUTO ACCETTARLO.
Nel Regno Unito molte persone vorrebbero vedere piu' agenti di polizia su strada dal momento che spesso non se ne vedono molti, ecco perche' i crimini sulla strada e i disordini di ordine pubblico sono elevati. Negli ultimi 10 anni molte forze di polizia hanno hanno aumentato gli impieghi di polizia di ufficio ai civili.
(IMPIEGANDO non agenti di polizia in mansioni di ufficio) e questo sta continuando. Essi talvolta usano persino agenti di polizia in pensione per fornire servizi di supporto per i ruoli di polizia includenti ancHe le investigazioni del crimine.
Alcuni poliziotti affermano che non dovresti impiegare civili non poliziotticon incarichi di polizia ma il Governo afferma che e' molto caro addestrare e pagare un agente di polizia e che essi non dovrebbero essre sprecati per mansioni di ufficio.
Nel Regno Unito attualmente (per circa due anni) noi abbiamo impiegato gli agenti di supporto della comunita' che vengono addestrati solamente per due settimane e in seguito pattugliano le strade dove contrastano i crimini di entita' minore e aiutano i cittadini nel fornire informazioni.
Le retribuzioni di questi agenti sono minori ma hanno poteri limitati di arresto, essi di solito possono intrattenere un sospetto fino a quando non sopragiunge sul luogo una pattuglia di polizia.
La Federazione di Polizia dell'Inghilterra e del Galles non sono stati felici riguardo l'impiego di questi agenti di supporto ma il governo sta aumentando il numero attraverso tutto il Regno Unito e non solo agli agenti di di supporto della comunita' verranno conferiti poteri ulteriori.





 SLOVENIA-SLOVENJA


Dear Sir!

Salaries of the employees of the Informatics and Telecommunications
Office are determined on the bases of the same rules holding for all
employees of the Police. These employees have the status of non
uniformed police officers, and their salaries are slightly lower than
the salaries the police officers working »in the field«. For working
posts of employees of the Informatics and Telecommunications Office a
supplement for assessing special working conditions and responsibilities
in the amount of 15 % of the base salary is determined, while for police
officers working in the field this supplement accounts for 20 % of the
base salary.

Police officers employed at the Informatics and Telecommunications
Office are experts in their work area and never perform classic police
duties and tasks.

Recruiting employees for these working posts is in line with legislation
in force and is conducted through public tenders. We have also some
scholarship holders, which are offered a job after they have completed
their studies.


With best regards!

Public Relations Sector






SPAGNA SPAIN




Estimado Sr. Zichella:

Por la presente acusamos recibo de los e mails remitidos y le facilitamos la siguiente información:

En el seno de la Dirección General de la Policía y Guardia Civil, se integran funcionarios del Cuerpo Nacional de Policía (CNP) y de Cuerpos Generales (CG). Estos últimos son el personal administrativo, procedentes de los “Cuerpos Generales del Estado”, que pueden acceder a puestos en distintos Ministerios.

Los puestos ocupados por las personas que trabajan en el seno del Cuerpo Nacional de Policía, lo son en base a un Catálogo de Puestos de Trabajo, en el que se especifican las condiciones de acceso a dichos puestos y las categorías profesionales que pueden ocuparlos.

Algunos de los puestos, como son la mayoría de los especialistas en informática,  son de asignación indistinta. Esto es, pueden ser ocupados por cualquier persona (del CNP o CG), en base a los conocimientos propios. Dichos puestos son convocados en oferta pública, donde se establecen las condiciones de acceso, principalmente basadas en los conocimientos en la materia.

Tanto los puestos ocupados en el área de informática, como cualquier otro del CNP O CG, lo son en base a una convocatoria previa.  Si dicho puesto es de carácter administrativo, no desempeñará labores de calle; pero ello no es óbice para que en un futuro el funcionario policial desee cambiar su destino a otro de calle, optando a algunas de las convocatorias de plazas que se publiquen o se produzca el cambio por necesidades del servicio.

En relación a las retribuciones, todos los puestos tienen una serie de complementos en base a distintos aspectos, como la ubicación del puesto, el nivel, el destino, etc.. El desempeñado por los funcionarios en los puestos de informática, como todos los demás, tienen sus propios complementos específicos.

Le sugerimos por último, que se dirija a las representaciones sindicales del Cuerpo Nacional de Policía, que podrá encontrar en la página principal www.policia.es, en el desplegable ENLACES.  Las representaciones sindicales tienen estudios que pudieran serle de ayuda en la labor que está llevando a cabo.




SVEZIA-SWEDEN

Dear Mr Nicola Zichella,

Thank you for your query regarding Swedish police officers working
within IT and telecommunications. Most tasks and services within IT and
telecommunications are today performed by civilian members of staff.
Therefore, the issue you raise in relation to guns, handcuffs and public
order are not relevant.

However, there are some police officers working within IT and
telecommunications, both at national level and within the local police.
Generally speaking, most of them would be not in uniform, and therefore
also unarmed in their day-to-day work. However, in certain circumstances
these officers could be ordered to take part in public order events by
their commanding officers.

As a general rule, all police officers in Sweden are obliged to have a
gun provided by the Police. You are only relieved of this obligation
subject to individual decisions for instance if your health situation
prevents you from patrol or detective work or if you are in a very
senior position and not likely to perform operational duties. A rough
estimate is that more than 95 % of the Swedish officers have to have a
gun and to take part in weapons training on a regular basis.

There are of course also officer at national level specialised in IT
crime investigations. If you are specifically interested in that group I
would recommend you to contact their head office on the following email
address. rikskriminalpolisen@polisen.se

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Sofia Hoijer
Head of Division
Human Resources Department
The Swedish National Police Board

and

Lars Hammarstedt
Superintendent
Division for International Coordination
Swedish National Police Board 

 Stockholm 13/02/07



 Nicola Zichelle
Associazione Ruoli Tecnici delle
Forze di Polizia




 Dear Nicola,
Your request for information has recently come to my attention. I am rather clear about two of your questions concerning the percentage of civilian staff working with information.
In Sweden we have both civilians and police officers working with information. It is not possible for me to give you the numbers about how many of each kind we have employed.   
You can find some statistics at the employer's website www.polisen.se
About the other questions in your letter, I must beg you to be a little more specific.

Best regards,
Hans Olsson
Ombudsman
Polisförbundet


 














SVIZZERA SWITZERLAND


Hello Nicola
I can answer your questions as followed. I can give you only the information for Switzerland (specially Lucerne). As we have 26 different cantons in Switzerland, we also have different organisations. But I think most of them have the same system like here in Lucerne.
1. Your staff with knowledge in information sciences and telecommunications in your police department are civilians or policemen?
The staff in the telecommunication service in our department are civilians. The staff with knowledge in information sciences is mixed with civilians and policemen.
2. If they are policemen are they exempted from public order services as in Italy?
The policemen in the information sciences have also a uniform like all other policemen. They also go to the places where the “action” is taking part. But they are only doing their job as information staff.
3. If your staff are policeman with knowledge in information science do they get incentives in their salary?
They are all in higher police officer ranks. So they already get a higher salary.
4. Can policeman any time transit in the scientific division on information sciences or they must follow conditions established from your police departments?
For being in that division the policemen have to undergo a special training and must visit different courses.
5. Staff in information sciences how they are compared with police officers in their salary?
The civilian staff of the information sciences get a higher salary than a common police officer. The policemen in the information sciences get usually a higher salary. In our police department it can be compared with a lieutenant or even a captain. In some departments of other police forces in Switzerland, they are in the ranks of sergeants, etc.
Yours sincerely
Thomas Ottiger
secretary International Police Motor-Corporation (IPMC)

SVIZZERA ITALIANA  (TICINO)


Da noi in Svizzera gli agenti che hanno manzioni tecnico scientifiche sono
esenti da servizio esterno, lavorano in borghese e non fanno turni da
polizia in uniforme .
Qui da noi la polizia è cantonale con regolamenti diversi da cantone a
cantone.Anche i vari comuni hanno polizie con regolamenti diversi in base
alla grandezza e al regolamento cantonale.C'é una polizia federale ma è solo
in borghese e si occupa di reati gravi tipo riciclaggio, crimini
internazionali ,terrorismo.
Spesso e volentieri nei cantoni nascono divergenze tra polizia cantonale e
comunali.
C'è un accordo intercantonale ma è ristretto.
Saluti e buone feste
Mario

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