En France, les commissaires de police, nommés par décret du Président de la République, constituent le corps de conception et de direction de la police nationale, lequel est défini comme un « corps technique supérieur à vocation interministérielle ».↑ Décret n°2005-939 du 2 août 2005

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  • En France, les commissaires de police, nommés par décret du Président de la République, constituent le corps de conception et de direction de la police nationale, lequel est défini comme un « corps technique supérieur à vocation interministérielle ».
  • Commissaire de police is a rank in the French National Police. Every commune with a population of more than 30,000-50,000 has a commissaire in charge of its police force and larger communes have more than one (the Prefecture of Police of Paris has well over one hundred). The commissaire has both an administrative role and an investigative role, and unlike many junior officers has full police powers.Most officers join directly at the rank of commissaire. All are university graduates, usually in law, and have completed a further training course. It is also possible for junior officers to be promoted to the rank (something which was virtually impossible until relatively recently). A commissaire may be promoted to commissaire principal (abolished in 2006) and commissaire divisionnaire (a rank which existed in the Paris Police and the Mobile Brigades from the early 20th century), and thence to the higher ranks of the service.The police station which serves as the commissaire's headquarters and the area for which he is responsible is known as the commissariat, a term which can also refer to the body of commissaires as a whole.Commissaire is often translated into English as commissioner, commissar, or commissary, although the commissaire also has judicial powers which the British police officer does not have.. A british "Superintendant" is rather a lower rank officer called in France "Capitaine" or "Commandant" (captain, major, commander).
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  • En France, les commissaires de police, nommés par décret du Président de la République, constituent le corps de conception et de direction de la police nationale, lequel est défini comme un « corps technique supérieur à vocation interministérielle ».↑ Décret n°2005-939 du 2 août 2005
  • Commissaire de police is a rank in the French National Police. Every commune with a population of more than 30,000-50,000 has a commissaire in charge of its police force and larger communes have more than one (the Prefecture of Police of Paris has well over one hundred). The commissaire has both an administrative role and an investigative role, and unlike many junior officers has full police powers.Most officers join directly at the rank of commissaire.
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  • Commissaire de police
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