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Under the rule of the Myanmar monarchs, the mayors and village leaders established the municipal police, and they were also the militarily reserved people. Britain's police system was established in 1885 when the Union of Myanmar became a colony of Britain. The police were known as the Burmese police at the tim.
Burma's police force was restructured into the People's Police in 1964 and transformed into the Myanmar Police Force on October 1, 1995. Myanmar's Union has seen many changes since 1988. Myanmar's police also need to modify its administrative system to comply with the country's new administrative system.
Established on 28 January 1994, the Committee for the Reorganisation of the Police Management System is headed by the Secretary of the State Peace and Development Council. Myanmar Police Director General, who holds the position of Chief of Police, is in charge of the entire police force. The Myanmar Police Force currently consists of six elements.
You are: a. HQ. b. State and Division Police. c. Special Divisions. d. Training Centres. e. Reserved Units. f. Police Battalions. Headquarter is managed by the Director General of Police. A deputy general director, who is a police officer and a second commanding officer, assumes the responsibilities for the orderly management, supervision and monitoring of all departments of the Myanmar police force under his authority.
In addition, four other police officers are in charge of the General Staff Department, the Human Resources Department, the Logistics Department and the Office of the Commander of the Police Battalion. State and Division Police. It has 14 state and divisional police forces and three other state police forces under the command of police heads.
State and divisional police consists of four elements. They are: a. Office of the Commander of the State and Divisional Police. b. Office of the Commander of the District Police. c. Office of the Commander of the Municipal Police. d. Police stations.
Bezirkspolizei is divided into two categories according to area, populace and evolution. A-Class District Police commandants are Lieutenant Colonel and B-Classes are Major Police. Police officers are police captains and police officers are police officers. c. Railway police. d. Urban police. a. Detection and investigations of serious criminal acts. c. Examination of serious criminal acts and forming opinions. d. Keeping a record of convicts and searching for previous sentences. a. Qualification as a sergeant .
b. Discovery and disclosure of the movements of Myanmar religions, legends, works and student. c. Discovery and disclosure of the movements of Yangon embassy diplomatic workers, foreigners and foreigners. d. Review and issuance of Myanmar citizens' passes when they go abroad.
f. Measures have been taken against these communities, humans, myths and aliens in accordance with the laws, the vitality of the rule of law. a. Fundamental course in officer-secretcy. c. Checking the vendors of roadsides and pavers whether they are in ordered locations or not. d. Clarifying the disappearances of those without them.
d. Orderly and efficient crisis response to prevent criminality and reduce the number of crimes. e. Identification and detention of all 4 types of refugees without compensation. f. Protection and surveillance of train terminals. g. Practice of the municipal police system with regard to the area.
Investigation and pursuit of criminal offences. l. Implementing measures to promote and develop police departments. a. Implementing the Myanmar police education guidelines. b. Implementing the Myanmar police's objective and responsibility. c. Reviewing and redefining the syllabus and technical advances in relation to the current situa-tion. d.
e. Implementing effective leadership agreements for trainers to improve skills. e. Implementing effective leadership development goals of their kind. a. Good practices in faith and persuasion. b. Practical leadership on the part of the governments. c. Practical leadership results in taking on responsibilities for other interests with good morality, disciplines and ethics. d.
Practise the conscientious achievement for Myanmar police objectives. e. Practise observing and understanding the laws, procedures and guidelines inconsistent with the location. f. The lecture will lead to advanced technologies, training and knowing with the continuity of the spirit. g. The practical approach will lead to the improvement of 4 types of competences.
Among others, the Central training Institute of Myanmar Police Force offers the following education courses:-. General Police Brigadier, and runs the following courses: month-long professional training). Cadet Officer Course (52 weeks). Cours for policemen (8 weeks). The Township Police Commander Course (8 weeks).
A 12-week course for district police commanders. The Police Training Centre No. 1 is run and taken over by a lieutenant colonel of the police: Constable's basic training. Primary training for police officers.
The Myanmar police have 16 police regiments and the police headquarters of the police detachment is in charge of general safety missions. Every bataillon was headed by a Lieut. There is a police chief in charge of the department under his authority. The International Relations Sub-Division and Drug Elimination Sub-Division, which were established with 26 task forces.
Myanmar accepted narcotics and psychotropics not only as a threat to the whole of the Myanmar tribe, but also as a plague to all of humanity, defining two policies, three policies and three means to eradicate the threat completely within 15 years.
Working groups have been established at national, state, divisional, county, community, community and community level in accordance with the 1993 Narcotics and Psychotropic Drugs Act. Myanmar Police Director General is the secretary. 1 Township in eastern Shan State. Burma is one of the member states of the United Nations.
The Myanmar police have implemented this part in accordance with United Nations Security Council Resolutions 1373, 1276 and 1455. On 30 March 2004, Myanmar was a member of the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organised Crime. Consequently, the Myanmar police founded the Department of Transnational Crime in September 2004.
A police chief, who was in charge of the Division for the repression of trans-national crime, as well as the management of internal and external relationships, is in charge. Myanmar attends the annual Senior Officials' Meetings on Organised Transnational Crime for TomTC and a biennial Meetings on Organised Transnational Crime for AmMTC with the purpose of implementing what has been agreed in the area of local crime repression and crime preventive measures.
From 30 June to 4 July 2009, the 9th International Conference on the Future of Peace took place in Myanmar. In addition, 22 anti-trafficking tasks forcing have been set up in the areas of 24 hour trading, which are 9 in 2006 and 2007, 3 in 2008 and 2009.
The Myanmar Police Force cooperates with the competent governmental authorities, NGOs, INGOs, UN organizations and non-governmental organizations to fight human traffic, in particular with the Asia Regional Traffic in People Project (ARTIP) and the member states of GMS. The two other BLO's were founded in 2007 in Muse, Myanmar and Ruili, China, and in 2008 in Loijei, Myanmar and Jing feng, China, in accordance with the Co-operation and Prevention of Human Smuggling Convention with the People's Republic of China.
On 24 April 2009, a Human Rights Unit to combat human trafficking between Myanmar and Thailand was initialled and on 11 November 2009 a Human Rights Unit between Myanmar and China.