Greek Police

Greek authorities probe New Zealand gunman Tarrant’s 2016 stay in Greece

Greek Police and intelligence services are feverishly investigating a mysterious 2016 stay in Greece of Brenton Tarrant, whose diatribe of over 70 pages explained the motivations of his massacre of at least 50 Muslims in New Zealand and included references to Greek and Turkish history.

Greece Has Announced the Exact Route of the New Zealand Striker to the Country

Greek police reported full details of 28-year-old New Zealand striker Brenton Tarant while he was in the country in 2016.
He arrived in Greece on a flight from Istanbul. He spent several days on Crete, in the Heraklion area. He then visited the island of Santorini.

Police creates domestic violence unit

The Greek Police (ELAS) has created a department for dealing with domestic violence and providing specialist training to officers around the country on how to prevent and manage crimes within the family.
Staff at the new department will have specific guidelines on how to file and build domestic violence cases, how to handle victims and also on raising public awareness.

Faulty radios impair security

Police radios used by units guarding sensitive locations in Athens, such as the US Embassy, the Athens Appeals Court and the residence of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, Maximos Mansion, are faulty or don't work at all, and this situation is raising security concerns, according to senior Greek Police (ELAS) officials who spoke to Kathimerini.

ELAS creates new department for domestic violence

The Greek Police (ELAS) has created a new department for dealing with domestic violence and providing specialist training to officers around the country on how to prevent and manage crimes within the family.

Staff at the new department will have specific guidelines on how to file and build domestic violence cases, on how to handle victims and also on raising public awareness.

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