Leadership based on information in attention of Conference of European police

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Delegates from 32 countries attend, since Monday, in the works of the 331st conference of the police in the European capital cities, with the event hosted in Bucharest, during which the participants will debate for five days two themes of interest – the leadership of the police based on information, analysis systems and of their use, and the combating of human trafficking in all its forms.
The hosting by Romania of this event, a first for the South-East European space, makes possible a better knowledge of the traditions and of the Romanian hospitality of the hospitality of the Romanian people of the changes in our society after Romania joined the EU and NATO, of crime, a phenomenon on the rise, in the context of the process of globalization, with direct consequences at European level, said, at the festivity for the opening of the conference, Romanian minister of Administration and the Interior Dan Nica.
According to the official of the Ministry of the Interior, the combating of this phenomenon, with direct consequences at European level, in order to face the best they can the risks and threats to security, for the identification of methods and ways of action, of prevention of combating the phenomenon of cross-border crime, of human trafficking, the setting of methods of inter-institutional of enforcement of the law, the setting of methods of and ways of action, of prevention and combating this phenomenon.
„The conference is an opportunity of carrying out studies, making an exchange of good practice and specific methods, the achievement of a management of the police units based on information, which makes possible the approaching, in an integrated manner the combating of cross- border crime, of human trafficking, the setting of methods of inter-institutional cooperation of enforcement of the law, ” stressed minister Nica.
The moderator of the event, policeman Marian Tutilescu, former head of the police of Bucharest, said the conference will give the possibility of achievement of bilateral or trilateral contacts, agreements aimed at combating cross-border crime.
Migration mostly affects the European capital cities and that is why bilateral projects are set, the way we did with our colleagues in Amsterdam, succeeding to successfully combating, togheter, pickpocketing or the theft from stores and human trafficking, ” said Tutilescu.
Present at the festivity, general mayor of Bucharest Sorin Oprescu stressed the importance of the event, for the local administration included.
„I should like a well performance management of the police units, and an as high as possible performance standard for the citizens of Bucharest, ” said Oprescu.
The police chief in Amsterdam Bernard Welten also mentioned the good and efficient cooperation with the police in Bucharest.
In his opinion, the Bucharesters are currently facing common problems, such as the inequality among races, religious and sexualities. In all Europe, people live together, such as the inequality among races, religious and sexualities. In the entire Europe, people live together, but they are not really integrated. That is why it is necessary to use some other approaches, because the main problem is not to fight crime, but to fight different mentalities, said Welten.”
The Dutch guest added that in the conditions in which crime has no borders, it is necessary for the European authorities to cooperate with one another.
The leadership of the police based on information is a concept offering the participants in the conference an opportunity to exchange the data necessary for the combating of cross-border crime, taking into account that some capital cities in Europe, such as London and Paris are pretty advanced in fhe field.
The Dutch guest said that with added that in the conditions in which crime has no border, the authorities in the European countries to cooperate among them.
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