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Law enforcement in Latvia

Car of the former Latvian Security Service of Parliament and State President sporting standard livery of Latvian police cars

Law enforcement in Latvia is under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of the Interior, which is composed of the State Police, Security Police and State Border Guard branches.

In 2003, the State Police consisted of 8,222 officers.[1]

See also


  1. ^ "Valsts policijas darbības rezultāti noziedzības apkarošanā un novēršanā 2007.gadā" (.pps) (in Latvian). Retrieved 2008-03-04. 

External links

  • Latvia Ministry of the Interior
  • Interpol entry on Latvian police and judicial systems
  • Latvia State Police
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