Memorandum against theft becomes part of governmental safety programme - UKE

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Memorandum against theft becomes part of governmental safety programme


2013-11-14
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On 29 October, initiatives taken under the Memorandum launched by UKE, URE and UTK were included in the list of actions within the "Together for safety" governmental programme.

 

The purpose of the Memorandum concluded in August 2012 is to take and conduct common action aimed at limitation and prevention of theft and devastation of technical infrastructure equipment, wires and telecommunications, electricity and railway devices.
 
The memorandum was initiated by: the President of the Office of Electronic Communications Mrs Magdalena Gaj, the President of the Energy Regulatory Office Mr Marek Woszczyk and the President of the Office of Railway Transportation Mr Krzysztof Dyl, whereas the companies, organizations and industry chambers for the telecommunications, energy and railway sectors are signatories to the Memorandum.
 
Nuisance for the society caused by common crimes led the Ministry of the Interior and Administration to come up with a governmental programme to limit crime and antisocial behaviour called "Together for safety", which was adopted by the Council of Ministers on 18 November 2006. The programme combines the activities of the Police, governmental administration, local government authorities and social partners interested in improved safety and public order. One of the basic assumptions of the programme is to encourage the society to establish permanent and lasting natural partnership with the Police and other safety and public order institutions.

"Together for safety" - programme description
Based on current knowledge about the state and feeling of safety the "Together for safety" programme defines areas of interest and orientations for the activities of all involved entities. One of the basic assumptions of this programme is to improve common safety, including mobilising the society to establish permanent and lasting natural partnership with the Police and other safety and public order institutions.
This is a governmental programme meaning that its implementation is not limited solely to the activities of the Ministry of the Interior, but includes also other institutions involved in work for safety in its broad meaning, as well as the activities of local government authorities and non-governmental organizations.


 

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