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NCJ Number: 31593 Find in a Library
Title: WEST GERMANY - NEW CAREER LAW FOR THE BERLIN POLICE ADVANCED TECHNICAL ACADEMY TRAINING FOR CANDIDATES FOR INSPECTOR BEGINNING IN APRIL, 1974
Journal: POLIZEISCHAU  Volume:11  Issue:1  Dated:(JANUARY 1974)  Pages:4-7
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Postfach 65 03 80
Verlag Bartels and Wernitz K G
Reinickendorfer Strasse 113
West Germany (Former)
Date Published: 1974
Page Count: 4
Format: Article
Language: German
Country: West Germany (Former)
Annotation: DRAFT REGULATION ON PROPOSED NEW CAREER PROGRAM FOR MEMBERS OF THE WEST BERLIN REGULAR POLICE, THE CRIMINAL POLICE, AND THE SMALL BUSINESS REGULATORY POLICE SERVICE.
Abstract: THE PROPOSAL SUBMITTED TO THE MUNICIPAL SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WOULD OPEN UP ACCESS TO HIGHER CATEGORY POSITIONS. A NEW CAREER, ON THE SUPERVISORY LEVEL, OF AN 'INDIVIDUAL DOING SPECIAL WORK' OR AN 'INDIVIDUAL SPECIALIZING IN A CERTAIN SUBJECT' WOULD BE ESTABLISHED IN ALL BRANCHES OF THE POLICE. FOR REGULAR CAREER PATH PERSONNEL, 'RECRUIT TRAINING' WOULD BE REPLACED BY A TWO-AND-ONE-HALF-YEAR 'TRAINING SERVICE' PROGRAM. CANDIDATES FOR SUPERVISORY-SPECIALIST CAREERS WOULD TAKE A THREE-YEAR COURSE IN THE BERLIN ADVANCED TECHNICAL ACADEMY FOR MANAGEMENT AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. PERSONNEL IN THE SPECIAL ADVANCEMENT PROGRAM CAN REACH THE RANK OF KOMMISSAR (LIEUTENANT) BY FOLLOWING THIS PATH. OPPORTUNITIES FOR ACCESS TO EXECUTIVE CAREERS FOR EDUCATIONALLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WOULD BE EXPANDED. IT IS EXPECTED THAT THE NEW CAREER PROGRAM WILL ATTRACT SECONDARY SCHOOL GRADUATES AND, IN SOME CASES, UNIVERSITY GRADUATES INTO THE BERLIN POLICE. --IN GERMAN SEE NCJ-32510 FOR ENGLISH TRANSLATION.
Index Term(s): Career development; Germany; In-service Training; Management and administrative education; Municipal police; Personnel promotion; Police academy; Police management training; Police recruit training; Staff development training
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