Kriminalpolizei

The equivalent division of the Norwegian Police is known as Kripos, derived from a similar acronym in Norwegian. ==Foundation== In 1799, six police officers were assigned to the Prussian Kammergericht (superior court of justice) in Berlin to investigate more prominent crimes. They were given permission to work in plainclothes, when necessary. Thei...
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Kriminalpolizei

The Kriminalpolizei and the Geheime Staatspolizei together constituted the Security Police, Sipo, the Sicherheitspolizei
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Kriminalpolizei

(from the article `Gestapo`) In 1936 the Gestapo—led by Himmler`s subordinate, Gruppenführer Heinrich Müller—was joined with the Kriminalpolizei (German: `Criminal Police`) under ...
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Kriminalpolizei

(Kripo) Criminal police.
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