International Federation of Senior Police Officers (IFSPO)
Fédération internationale des fonctionnaires supérieurs de police (FIFSP)
Federación Internacional de los Funcionarios Superiores de Policia (FIFSP)
Internationale Organisation Leitender Polizeibeamter
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1950-04-22 Metz France
22 Apr 1950, Metz (France), as International Independent Friendship Federation of Senior Police Officers -- Fédération internationale amicale et indépendante des fonctionnaires supérieurs de police. Statutes modified: Jun 1957, Antwerp (Belgium); 1960, Monaco; 1968, Marrakech (Morocco). Registered in accordance with French law.
Reinforce cofraternal liaison; facilitate cultural exchanges; institute research into the preventive and educational role of the police; help to improve the organization and efficiency of the police service; defend internationally the moral aspect of the police function.
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General Assembly (every 3-5 years), comprising Committee, Bureau and ordinary members. Committee (meeting annually), comprising delegates (one per country), delegates from inter-governmental organizations and Bureau members. General Assemblies open; other meetings closed.
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