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International cooperation in combating organized crime

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From the institutional point of view, state bodies play the main role in ensuring the safety of citizens of the Republic of Poland in the country. The airport is a special place where state and non-state entities deal with security issues. The object of the article are institutions and services that guarantee security at the airport, as well as infrastructure and organization requirements in the field of airport security.
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  • The Institute of Social Sciences and Security, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, 2 Konarskiego Str., 08-110 Siedlce, Poland
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