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DÜSSELDORF - The Landeskriminalamt LKA (State Office of Criminal Investigations) North Rhine-Westphalia are set to open a new division to monitor the activities of 30 of the states most dangerous Islamists at the start of the year. 250 Investigators will be reassigned from other departments to fill the unit announced Interior Minister Herbert Reul (CDU).

"Up to now these cases have been investigated in the areas where the Islamists actually live" said Reul. However the most dangerous cases need to be concentrated with better networking for officers assigned to the taskforce.  Approximately 300 individuals will be classified as, ("islamistische Gefährder") individuals likely to threaten public safety, esp. in context of islamistic terrorists.   

[SOURCE: Zeit .de Article 12/17/2018]

Nationwide the figure was just under 750. According to Reul,  NRW's new "Terror Abatement" division , will work closely together in tandem with (GTAZ) Terrorismusabwehrzentrum establishing its own cooperation platform for all relevant experts. Police, intelligence officers (Verfassungschutz), public prosecutor's office as well as Customs authorities will be brought together under this "GTAZ NRW" to collect and share information and react quicker to Islamic terror threats.

"Terrorism poses the greatest danger" according to Reul with reference to the upcoming new year. "It is of the utmost importance that security authorities identify potential terrorists faster than we have in the past"

 


     

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DrTTeeth replied the topic: #1 2 months 2 weeks ago

Shogun wrote: That is an incredible amount of expense and effort to watch a relatively small number of people. Wouldn't deporting them make more sense?


The point is moot. What difference does it make when the deported are simply allowed to return and make new asylum petitions.... (of course with help from the usual suspects, NGO's, smugglers etc.).

As in this case: Remember that famous incident in Ellwangen, where over 200 migrants attacked the police during a deportation action
Well..... guess who's back? YES! The deported ringleader AND get this...., the organizers even threw a welcome back to Germany party AND... they collected over 2,000€ to assist him in his legal action against Baden-Württemburg due to the, "brutal mistreatment" at the hands of the police.
Deported Asylum Seeker Who Caused Riot Against Police in Ellwangen Returns To Germany
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Shogun replied the topic: #2 2 months 2 weeks ago
That is an incredible amount of expense and effort to watch a relatively small number of people. Wouldn't deporting them make more sense?