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Cooperation of Security Service with Police, Fire Service Units, Civil Defence, Municipal (City) Guard, Border Guard, Railroad Security Service, Forestry Service

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The concerns related with functioning of the companies providing the security services in Poland is presented in this papers in broad extent. Such companies are called Professional Armed Security Formations (SUFO) (pol. Specjalistyczne Uzbrojone Formacje Ochroniarskie (SUFO)). This article gives insight into basic terms, as well as into the role and tasks of companies handling with provision of security services. The article also presents the forms of cooperation with selected services, such as: Police, State Fire Service and other similarly important ones, statutorily enacted for the performance of functions related with internal security.
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  • Command and Operations Department, Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, Poland
  • Command and Operations Department, Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, Poland
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