Israeli Police officers welcome Southern Police officers from the U.S

The Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) is now into its 26th year.

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June 28, 2018 18:55
Israeli Police officers welcome Southern Police officers from the U.S

Israeli and visiting police officers taking part in the GILEE 26th program. (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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21 American police officers from the states of Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee visited Israel this week as part of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange (GILEE) which is now into its 26th year.

With a mission to learn as much as possible about the challenges police face in Israel, the American group included police commanders, sheriffs and senior officers who hail from the National Police College, police stations, Border Police, naval policing, bomb disposal, negotiations units and the traffic department.



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The delegation visited the police cavalry unit and the k9 unit, the canine unit of the Israeli police. They also met Chief of Police Roni Alsheikh.

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