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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 07-04-27

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


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  • [01] CHIEF OF POLICE - RETIREMENT - INTERVIEW

  • [01] CHIEF OF POLICE - RETIREMENT - INTERVIEW

    The Chief of Police Charalambos Koulentis believes that the Cyprus Police Force is making a lot of effort to meet its objectives and serve the public through law and order.

    After nearly 40 years of service with the police force, Koulentis retires next week, leaving behind a much better organized and trained local police, which has managed to reduce serious crime, improve relations with the public and work very hard to combat the scourge of fatal road accidents.

    He said that bringing the police force in line with European Union norms and regulation took a lot of effort, saying that cooperation with Europol is as best as it can possibly be.

    Koulentis regretted the increase in the possession and use of drugs and the many deaths on the road but was happy to see that Cyprus role in the global effort to combat international crime has become very important, given the countrys geographical location.


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