Police open 'Center for Service to the Public'

By REBECCA ANNA STOIL
October 3, 2006 19:40

 
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Top police officers including Police Commissioner Insp. -Gen Moshe Karadi gathered Tuesday at the Hadera police station to dedicate a pioneering program that police hoped would improve the police's ability to serve the public. The Center for Service to the Public in Hadera was expected to be the first of 16 such centers. NIS 30 million has been earmarked for the project, including funding improving the police work environment and embarking on a professional coaching program that will improve police officers' service to the general public. "The police must see themselves as an organization that gives service to citizens. This is a revolution in both the policy and practice of the Israel Police," said Karadi during the dedication ceremony.

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