Croatian police

PM and minister wish best to Croatian Police on their day

Croatia's Prime Minister Tihomir Oreskovic and Interior Minister Vlaho Orepic on Thursday sent letters of congratulations to the national police forces that mark Police Day on September 29, the day of St. Michael, the patron saint of Croatian police.

Hooligans responsible for fan violence at Saint-Etienne arrested in Split and Sibenik

Police in Split and Sibenik arrested five football fans linked to hooliganism at Saint-Etienne stadium in France during the match between the Czech Republic and Croatia on 17 June.

Croatian police procure state-of-the-art helicopter

Croatia's police air fleet has a new modern AW139 helicopter valued at HRK 119 million, purchased with funds from the Schengen Facility Fund for the purpose of border surveillance.

New group of Croatian police going to Greece as part of Frontex

Asked by Hina about Croatian police participation in Frontex, Ostojic said Croatia would continue to participate in the Poseidon and Triton operations, and that it was also present on the Macedonian border with equipment and experts.

Ostojic: We expect Slovenia to remove wire fence

 We expect the Slovenian side to remove the wire fence of its own accord," Ostojic said in Slavonski Brod, commenting on the razor-wire fence Slovenian police had put up on Croatian territory.

Police deny report of engaging suspected illegal arms dealer as volunteer

The web portal also claimed that Halo had volunteered for some time in the Opatovac reception centre for refugees crossing into Croatia from Serbia.

Croatian Police refutes claims by The Sun; Border police documented the entry of Emile Pierre Ghessen

To prove its claim, the ministry released the photo of Ghessen's passport which had been scanned by Croatia's border control authorities.

Inaitive for Defence of Croatian Vukovar commemorates deceased veteran

The police said at the time that the police officer had the duty to act in case of attacks on bilingual signs and that Pajcic sustained his injuries when he fell on the pavement.

No economic migrants recorded in Croatia since notification to Serbia, Macedonia

Slovenia made a request to Croatia on Wednesday to take back 162 economic migrants, which the Croatian authorities rejected, 

Croatia accuses Slovenia of putting fence on Croatia's territory near Harmica

The Croatian police directorate said on Wednesday that a part of a razor wire fence which Slovenia was erecting along its border with Croatia encroached upon Croatia's territory

Croatian police deny Slovenian reports on migrants

Right at the start of the wave of migrants, who are fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, Croatia offered Slovenia cooperation and assistance