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Law enforcement in the Central African Republic

 

Law enforcement in the Central African Republic

Law enforcement in the Central African Republic is virtually nonexistent throughout most of the country, as the government has lost control of most of the country and continues to battle rebel groups (part of the ongoing conflict since 2012). The Central African Armed Forces are charged with securing the country, along with foreign troops from other African countries and France. The national police is generally considered unreliable; as of 2009, there were only 1,350 policemen in the country, and most were stationed in Bangui.[1]

Contents

  • Regular police 1
  • Security agencies 2
  • References 3
  • Sources 4

Regular police

Security agencies

References

  1. ^ Understanding the 2013 coup in the Central African Republic

Sources

  1. World Police Encyclopedia, ed. by Dilip K. Das & Michael Palmiotto published by Taylor & Francis. 2004,
  2. World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems,second edition, 2006 by Gale.
  3. Sullivan, Larry E. Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2005.
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