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S. Korean Police to Share Methods with Foreign Countries

Written: 2015-04-14 13:30:36Updated: 2015-04-14 13:57:29

The South Korean police will share their methods with foreign countries by opening a facility called the “K-Police Wave Center.”
The foreign affairs bureau of the Korean National Police Agency said that it set up the five-member center that will be in charge of sharing experiences with foreign countries.  
The K-Police Wave Center will select and deploy some 130 police officers overseas for experience sharing projects.
The police explained that 22 countries have asked for dispatches of South Korean police officers this year to learn more about South Korea’s policing methods. 

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