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  • Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Algeria (Formal Arabic: الجزائر, al-Jazā’ir; ), officially the People's Democratic Republic
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  • and Law Enforcement learning project is an online training resource for those interested in furthering their knowledge about such issues. Featured Law Enforcement
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  • but they go by the sizes of the state ; and this will determined the law enforcement needed in the area. Also India's type of police structure is Multiple
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  • prosecutors and law professors who also require law degrees (NYU Globalex 2010). The responsibility of security and law enforcement in Spain belongs
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  • Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project <!when you have set up your page, delete this line and replace it with four ~!>
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  • Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Thabchi 0178 19:22, 11 February 2010 (UTC) Population: 4,224,000 Age Structure: 0-14
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  • In Japan, Law enforcement works in a Decentralized Single System with three main organizations in charge of law enforcement. First is the National
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  • several closely related variations have been developed and adopted by law enforcement and intelligence organizations of Israel. There are several organizations
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  • Information regarding the recruting and the process of training potential law enforcement personnel in Cameroon is very vague and misleading. although base on
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  • Guard who are the law enforcement on the sea. Italy also has provincial police who operate in 109 provinces and mainly enforce laws regarding hunting
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  • in Egypt is Centralized Multiple and uncoordinated. The country's law enforcement is organized by the Ministry if the interior and broken down in to
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  • impacts of police actions are considered by law enforcement officials as well. Training of law enforcement also includes knowledge of issues of police
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  • School:Computer forensics and security School:Security, surveillance and law enforcement Topic:Information security Topic:Computer security Topic:Security engineering
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  • set goals for assisting Moroccan Law Enforcement and they have funded and set up programs. United States Law Enforcement Goals - To further counterterrorism
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  • Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Bameas People: Singapore has two categories for authorities. One is the Singapore
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  • Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Swiss confederation founded in 1291. Gained its independance from the Holy Roman
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  • ional_security/kazakhstan_national_security_law_enforcement_syst~9476.html>. "Kazakhstan Law Enforcement Systems - Flags, Maps, Economy, History, Climate
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  • can pass legislation or by-laws, in conjuction with the constitution. The Territorial and State police enforce these by-laws. Elections are conducted
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  • Part of the Comparative law and justice Wikiversity Project Population The total population in Luxembourg is 491,775 as of July 2010. The population
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  • The Czech Republic was formed in 1993 after the "Velvet Revolution" (fall of Soviet Union). Located in central Europe, between Poland, Slovakia, Austria
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