TV Series Show Police

Life Across Finland


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16 JAN - The latest production season of the Finnish Police series tracks the everyday life of the Police across the country, the Police informed.
The documentary television series has been filmed with 11 patrols. During the 14th production season, each episode will show the everyday life of the police through the shifts of three patrols. Each episode will also take a closer look at one patrol: In the Introduction to the patrol sector, the Police tell about how they work and about each other.

Omicron Surge Hampering

Fight Against Drink Drivers


iStock 11640678161Breath tests create a high risk of infection spread. PHOTO: ISTOCK15 JAN - The recent pandemic restart with the surge of Covid-19 Omicron variant is hampering the fight against alcohol on the roads of Europe.

This was manifested by the results of ROADPOL's latest pan-European “Alcohol & Drugs” operation which took place from 6th to 12th December 2021. Due to the recent viral escalation only about 50% of the member countries took part in the operation, a rare activity drop.

Slovenian Police Sets Up

А Free Ski Day For Kids


Ski SlovenijaSlovenian policeman teaching ski students. PHOTO: POLICIJA.SI11 JAN - Slovenian Police is setting up a free ski day for kids in a bid to promote healthy lifestyle and enhanced safety on the ski slopes of the tiny Alpine country.

The campaign by the name “Schoolboy On Ski” is organized for a seventh consecutive year and is supported by the Slovenian Ski Association and the Sports Institute of Slovenia in Planica and aims at raising awareness of children about safe skiing.

Belgian Road Police Engaged In

A Cutting-edge Anti-drug Campaign


BelgiumPHOTO: BELGIAN FEDERAL POLICE6 JAN - Belgian Road Police takes part in an anti-drug campaign based on new technology to intercept drug transports.

The focus of the campaign is on drug couriers and drug transporters. In order to be more efficient, the police are using a new system that allows them to control vehicles in a more targeted manner.

Guardia Civil Clamps Down On

Vehicle Inspection Schemes


IMG 6318Agents during the investigation at an ITV station near Madrid. FOOTAGE: GUARDIA CIVIL

4 JAN - Spain's Guardia Civil is investigating auto inspection stations (ITV) for turning a blind eye to vehicles with heavy technical irregularities.

Twelve people have been arrested and 51 vehicles have been inspected, which allegedly did not meet the technical conditions necessary for the report issued by the inspectors to be favourable.