Government Protection Bureau

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Government Protection Bureau
Biuro Ochrony Rządu
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Logo of the Government Protection Bureau.
Agency overview
Formed 1956
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Constituting instrument The Government Protection Bureau Act
General nature
Specialist jurisdiction Protection of international or domestic VIPs, protection of significant state asseets.
Operational structure
Agency executive Krzysztof Klimek, Colonel
Parent agency Ministry of Internal Affairs and Administration
Website
(Polish) Official website

The Government Protection Bureau or Bureau of Government Protection (Polish: Biuro Ochrony Rządu, BOR , Polish pronunciation: [ˈbjurɔ ɔˈxrɔnɨ ˈʐɔndu]) is Poland's equivalent of the United States Secret Service, providing antiterrorism and VIP security services for the Polish government.

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