In March 2015, I started my internship with New Haven Police Department. The police system in the United States is different from Saudi Arabia. The police system in Saudi Arabia is national system which means the police working under one system in inter country. The laws of both countries control the police work so, the work of the police is different between the United States and Saudi Arabia. I saw many great things in New Haven Police Department and I would like to apply these things in Saudi Arabia. The security of the department, the community policing, and CompStat program are interesting points for me.
One of the most important things is the security procedures in the department. The security is high in the building and this important to protect the officers inside building. The front disk, elevators, the garage doors, and other doors are very secure. In Saudi Arabia, the police departments had many terrorist attacks in recent years because the security procedures are weak to protect police officers and the people in departments. The last terrorist attack in Saudi Arabia on a police department was on September 24. As a rustle of that attack, two police officers killed inside the department and other two citizens were in the department. The Saudi police needs to create a strong security system in the departments to protect officers. There are ...
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...nd the functions of it. CIA is important Agency in the United States and has specific functions to protect the country and the nation from any threat. In Saudi Arabia, we have intelligence agency called “General Intelligence Presidency” and it is top secret agency even the function of this agency is secret. I think any intelligence agency in all countries should share their goal with their people.
In conclusion, the internship program with different agencies is great experience and gave me a lot of knowledge. The work and visit many police departments in different areas are impressive thing because it see you how the differences between the police in the United States. The trip to Washington DC was fantastic idea because it is important to us as international students to know who the makers’ discussions in the Unites States are and how they take their discussions.
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