Federal Police

Local nameBundespolizeirevier Ulm
LocationUlm, Germany

The Federal Police is a uniformed federal police force in Germany. It is subordinate to the Federal Ministry of the Interior. Ordinary police forces, meanwhile, are under the administration of the individual German states and are known as the Landespolizei.

The Bundespolizei was formerly known as the Bundesgrenzschutz, which had a more restricted role. Prior to 1994 BGS members also had military combatant status due to their historical foundation and border-guard role in West Germany. In July 2005 the law renaming the BGS as the BPOL was enacted.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federal_Police_(Germany)

Official Website https://www.bundespolizei.de/

Email bpolr.ulm@polizei.bund.de

Phone +49 731 14087-0

Address Bahnhofplatz 1, 89073 Ulm, DE

Coordinates 48°24'1.011" N 9°58'59.439" E

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