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Law Enforcement in Israel: Military Police Corps, Israel Police, Israel Border Police, Israeli Passport, Teudat Zehut, Yamam

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Published September 4th 2011
ISBN : 9781156518830
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34 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Military Police Corps, Israel Police, Israel Border Police, Israeli passport, Teudat Zehut, Yamam,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Military Police Corps, Israel Police, Israel Border Police, Israeli passport, Teudat Zehut, Yamam, Special Night Squads, Jewish Settlement Police, Arab Investigation Centres, Ministry of Public Security, Capital punishment in Israel, Notrim, Yechidat Shai, Civil Guard, Maasiyahu Prison, Mobile units, Jewish Supernumerary Police, Yasam, Unit of International Crime Investigations, Ran, National Traffic Police, Mobile Guards, Lahav 433. Excerpt: The Military Police Corps of the Israel Defense Forces (Hebrew:, Heil HaMishtara HaTzvait) is the Israeli military police and provost. The military police serves the Manpower Directorate during peace time, and the Technological and Logistics Directorate during war. The military police is a brigade-sized unit of about 4,500, headed by Brigadier General Meir Ohana. It is responsible for various law enforcement duties, including aiding IDF commanders in enforcing discipline, guarding the military prisons, locating deserters, investigating crimes committed by soldiers, and helping man the Israeli checkpoints in the Palestinian territories. Some of the above activities have contributed to the corpss deteriorating public image over the years. The corps puts an emphasis on discipline and follows the principle of A Choice in Life, which says no to traffic accidents, narcotics, alcohol, suicide and improper use of weapons. Notrim (Ghaffirs)-special policemen, 1937The IDFs Military Police Corps traces its roots to a Jewish youth paramilitary organization called Notrim, founded in 1936. It was legal under British Mandate law, unlike its many counterparts such as the Haganah. Its original purpose was to defend and police Jewish yishuv localities during the 1936-1939 Arab revolt in Palestine. In 1937, the organization was given permission to expand, due to lack of British manpower all...