Lahav 433

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Lahav 433 is an Israeli crime-fighting umbrella organization within the Israel Police, created on January 1, 2008. Known as the "Israeli FBI", the unit is the merger of five law enforcement offices into one. It was established as initiative of Then-Minister for Public Security, Avi Dichter and the Head of Police's Investigations Branch, Yohanan Danino.

It is tasked with investigating national crimes and corruption.[1]

The number four is for the four region departments which form the unit while the number 33 is for The Gideonites, a Mista'arvim unit. The Unit's Headquarters is located in the North Industrial Zone of Lod. The current chief commander is Roni Rittman, Since August 2014.

Structure[edit]

  • National Fraud Investigations Unit (Hebrew: יאח"ה‎, Yaha)
  • Unit of International Crime Investigations (Hebrew: יחב"ל‎, Yahbal)
  • National Financial Investigations Unit (Hebrew: יאל"כ‎, Yalak)
  • National Unit for Locating Stolen Vehicles (Hebrew: אתג"ר‎, Etgar)
  • National Unit for Locating Stolen Vehicles (Hebrew: אתג"ר‎, Etgar)
  • National Unit for Prisons Guards' Investigations (Hebrew: יאח"ס‎, Yahs)
  • The Gideonites – Mista'arvim unit

Commanders[edit]

Name Tenure
Yoav Segalovich January 2008 – January 2009
Yoram Ha-Levi January–October 2009
David Mantzur October 2009 – July 2012
Meni (Menachem) Yitzhaki July 2012 – September 2013
Menashe Arbiv September 2013 - February 2014
Vacant February - August 2014
Roni Rittman Since August 2014

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