Federal Criminal Police Office

federal criminal police of Germany

The Federal Criminal Police Office of Germany (in German: Bundeskriminalamt , abbreviated BKA ) is the federal investigative police agency of Germany, directly subordinated to the Federal Ministry of the Interior. It is headquartered in Wiesbaden, Hesse, and maintains major branch offices in Berlin and Meckenheim near Bonn. It has been headed by Holger Münch since December 2014. Primary jurisdiction of the agency includes coordinating cooperation between the federation and state police forces; investigating cases of international organized crime, terrorism and other cases related to national security; counterterrorism; the protection of members of the constitutional institutions, and of federal witnesses. When requested by the respective state authorities or the federal minister of the interior, it also assumes responsibility for investigations in certain large-scale cases. Furthermore, the Attorney General of Germany can direct it to investigate cases of special public interest.
Read more or edit on Wikipedia

main subject: Federal Criminal Police Office

1

Operation Rubikon

boek van Andreas Pflüger

author: Andreas Pflüger

2004

you are offline