Rendőrség

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Police
Rendőrség
Insignia Hungary Police.svg
Coat of arms of the Hungarian Police
Motto"Szolgálunk és Védünk"
We Serve and Protect
Agency overview
Employees44,923 (2011)
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdictionHungary
HeadquartersBudapest

Elected officer responsible
Agency executive
  • János Balogh, Chief commissioner of the Police, Police Lieutenant-General
Parent agencyMinistry of Interior
Province police commands
Website
http://www.police.hu/
Police headquarters in Budapest
Police officers guarding refugees, Budapest, Eastern Station, September 2 to 5, 2015.

The Rendőrség (English: ′Guard of Order′ or Police) is the civil law enforcement agency of Hungary, with nationwide jurisdiction. The Police comes under the jurisdiction of The Hungarian Ministry of the Interior.

Police officer in Budapest, Hungary. The burgundy cap, with or without burgundy armband shows that the officer is a member of the Rapid Response Unit, trained to be deployed during civil disorder and similar occasions.

Types of law enforcement agencies[edit]

Organization Employees
Rendőrség (Police) 44,923
Terrorelhárítási Központ (Counter Terrorism Centre) ~400–600
Nemzeti Védelmi Szolgálat (National Protective Service) 415
Nemzetbiztonsági Szakszolgálat (National Security Service) ~2000
Alkotmányvédelmi Hivatal (Constitution Protection Office) ~1200

Equipment[edit]

Current vehicles[edit]

Rolled out vehicles[edit]

See also[edit]