Federal Police Headquarters
|position||Higher federal authority|
|Supervisory authority||Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Home Affairs (Department B)|
|founding||March 1, 2008|
|Web presence||BPolP on bundespolizei.de|
The Federal Police Headquarters ( BPOLP ) is a higher federal authority and federal police authority based in Potsdam . It is directly subordinate to the Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Home Affairs (BMI) ( BPolG ). The Federal Police Headquarters is at the head of the Federal Police and is responsible for service and technical supervision and for the strategic orientation of the Federal Police. Dieter Romann has been President of the Federal Police Headquarters since August 1, 2012 , Jürgen Schubert has been Vice-Presidents since February 2012 and Ulrike Meuser since February 2016. Of the 4,300 employees at the Federal Police Headquarters, around 800 are employed at the Potsdam headquarters.
The Federal Police Headquarters is divided into eight departments , each with several departments . The president is assigned the management staff (LS) with the three areas LS 1 - management office, LS 2 - press and public relations and LS 3 - internal auditing / audit authority Fund for internal security as well as the trust center of the federal police. The two Vice Presidents report to him. Vice President Schubert heads departments 1 to 4 as well as the National Quality Control Office for Aviation Security. Vice-President Meuser heads departments 5 to 8. The coordination office for additional training and advanced training resources and the data protection officer are affiliated with her.
The eight departments with the subordinate units are:
- Department 1 - location, evaluation, protection of secret and sabotage
- Unit 11 - Management and Situation Service
- Unit 12 - Evaluation and Analysis
- Section 13 - Police intelligence processing and information center VISA
- Unit 14 - Joint Analysis and Strategy Center for Illegal Migration - GASIM
- Department 2 - Security
- Unit 21 - Principles of Leadership and Commitment
- Unit 22 - Border Police Tasks
- Unit 23 - Railway Police Duties
- Unit 24 - Aviation Security Tasks
- Unit 25 - Repatriation
- Department 3 - Combating Crime
- Unit 31 - Policy matters
- Unit 32 - Search, Politically Motivated Crime
- Section 33 - Forensic Science, Identification Service and Certificates
- Unit 34 - Investigation Coordination and Central Investigations
- Unit 35 - Special operational and investigative support
- Unit 36 - Police-related data processing
- Division 4 - International Affairs
- Unit 41 - Principle and EU Cooperation
- Unit 42 - International Cooperation
- Unit 43 - Leadership of the Foreign Mission
- Section 44 - Competent Authority / ISF / Foreign Funds, Third-Party Funds
- IPM - Office of the International Police Missions Working Group
- Department 5 - Center for Information and Communication Technology (IKTZ)
- Central office for ICT expertise
- Unit 51 - ICT Strategy, CERT
- Unit 52 - Infrastructure
- Unit 53 - Service
- Unit 54 - Product Management
- Unit 55 - Information Security
- Unit 56 - Radio intelligence
- Section 57 - Voice and data radio
- Department 6 - Police Technology and Material Management
- Unit 61 - Policy matters of police technology
- Unit 62 - Meeting needs
- Unit 63 - Cross-cutting tasks
- Unit 64 - Workshops and central service facilities
- Unit 65 - Research and Testing FEM
- Unit 66 - Media
- Department 7 - Law, Personnel, Education and Training, Promotion of Top Sports
- Unit 71 - Legal Matters
- Unit 72 - Human Resources
- Unit 73 - Incidental Personnel Costs, Foreign Pay
- Section 74 - Central Office for Fines
- Unit 75 - Education and training, promotion of elite sport
- Department 8 - Budget, Organization, Medical and Safety Services
- Section 81 - Budget, Property Management
- Section 82 - Organization, Controlling
- Unit 83 - Medical and Safety Service
- Unit 84 - Location Service
In addition, there are directly assigned departments of the Catholic and Protestant pastoral care, the budget officer , the equal opportunities officer and interest groups (general, district and local staff councils, general, district and severely disabled representatives ).
Unit 56 carries out radio-technical reconnaissance within the scope of federal police responsibilities and, in accordance with BPolG, also supports the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution in the field of radio technology.
The Federal Police Headquarters are as under authorities subordinate to the eleven federal police Berlin , Pirna , Munich , Stuttgart , Frankfurt airport , Koblenz , Sankt Augustin , Bad Bramstedt and Hannover , the Directorate federal riot police in Fuldatal , the Federal Police Department 11 in Berlin and the Federal Police Academy in Lübeck .
The Federal Police Headquarters was founded on March 1, 2008. A construction team had previously been set up for the establishment. Matthias Seeger became the first President of the new Presidium . On July 20, 2012, Seeger was put into temporary retirement.
The former Federal Police - Central Office for Information and Communication (BPOLZSIUK) has been integrated into department 5 of the Federal Police Headquarters in the form of three sections . Unit 54 is responsible for the product management of police ICT procedures. The former Unit 55 Operations and Investigation Support has been part of the newly created Federal Police Directorate 11 since August 1, 2017.
The Federal Police Headquarters had two presidents so far:
The office of the President of the Federal Police Headquarters is grouped in salary group B 9 of the federal salary order B , the offices of the vice-presidents in salary group B 6 and those of the department heads in B 3. The president is a political official and can be put into temporary retirement at any time ( (1) No. 8 BBG ).
- Website of the Federal Police Headquarters at www.bundespolizei.de
- Organization chart of the Federal Police. In: Federal Police. March 1, 2019, accessed April 1, 2020 .
- curriculum vitae of the Vice President of the Federal Police Headquarters, Jürgen Schubert. In: Federal Police. August 10, 2015, accessed April 1, 2020 .
- curriculum vitae of the Vice President of the Federal Police Headquarters, Ulrike Meuser. In: Federal Police. March 10, 2016, accessed April 1, 2020 .
- Organization plan of the Federal Police Headquarters. In: Federal Police. March 1, 2019, accessed April 1, 2020 .
- Florian Gathmann: Personalzoff in the Ministry of the Interior: Your enemy and helpers. In: Spiegel Online . July 30, 2012, accessed April 1, 2020 .