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Policía Foral

Chartered Police of Navarre
Policía Foral de Navarra
Nafarroako Foruzaingoa
Flag of the autonomous community of Navarre
Flag of the autonomous community of Navarre
Common namePolicía Foral
Agency overview
FormedOctober 30, 1928
Preceding agency
  • Cuerpo de Policía de Carreteras (1928-1963)
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdictionNavarra, Spain
Governing bodyGovernment of Navarre
Constituting instruments
General nature
Operational structure
HeadquartersCalle Fuente de la Teja, s/n
31006 Pamplona-Iruña, Navarre, Spain
Sworn members900
Elected officer responsible
  • María José Beaumont
Agency executive
  • Alfonso Fernández Díez, Chief
Parent agencyDepartment of the Interior
Facilities
Stations
List
  • Pamplona/Iruñea
  • Tudela/Tutera
  • Tafalla
  • Estella/Lizarra
  • Sangüesa/Zangoza
  • Altsasu
  • Elizondo
Website
www.navarra.es/home_es/Temas/Seguridad

The Chartered Police of Navarre (Spanish: Policía Foral de Navarra, Basque: Nafarroako Foruzaingoa) is the autonomous police force for the chartered autonomous community of Navarre in Spain, largely replacing the Spanish Policía Nacional (National Police) and Guardia Civil (Civil Guard). It operates across the Community, and was founded from a traffic police unit set up by the Provincial Council of Navarre in 1929. As of 2020, the Spanish Civil Guard is gradually transferring one of its last competences in Navarre, traffic policing and highways patrolling to the Navarrese autonomous Police, leaving the Civil Guard to specific tasks in this Autonomous Community (as for Catalonia and the Basque Country).[1][2]

As of 2007, the force had 925 police officers, with medium-term plans to increase that number to about 1,200.

The current sidearm for officers is a Glock Model 19 Gen 3 chambered in 9x19mm which has been in service since before 2010.

Ranks

Ranks of the Policía Foral
Insignia
no insignia
Spanish title Jefe policía Foral Comisario principal Comisario Inspector Subinspector Cabo Agente Foral
Basque title Foruzainburua Komisario Nagusia Komisarioa Inspektorea Inspektoreordea Kaporala Agentea
English translation Foral police chief Chief commissioner Commissioner Inspector Sub-inspector Corporal Foral constable

References

  1. ^ "El PNV expulsa a la Guardia Civil de Tráfico de Navarra gracias al PSOE". abc. Dec 31, 2019. Retrieved Mar 1, 2021.
  2. ^ "Guardias civiles critican el traspaso de competencias de tráfico a Navarra". elperiodico. Jan 2, 2020. Retrieved Mar 1, 2021.
  • Fabian Hinrichs: Das Recht der spanischen Vollzugspolizei, Ergon-Verlag 2004


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