The Order In Which The Security Police Provides Protection To Be Protected (Security)

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā Drošības policija nodrošina aizsargājamo personu aizsardzību (apsardzi)

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 591 in 2016 (6 September. No 44 9) order in which security police provides protection to be protected (security) Issued in accordance with the national security authorities law article 15 the third paragraph of rule 1 defines the security police officials protected and the order in which police officers carry out conservation protection (security) and cooperate with other State institutions. 2. the security police officers carry out such protection (security): 2.1 public officials: the President of Parliament 2.1.1; 2.1.2. The Prime Minister; 2.1.3. with the order of the Cabinet of Ministers or Parliamentary decision of the Bureau of the Executive; 2.1.4. the officials who caused the sudden risk; 2.2. foreign and international organizations and institutions, with the exception of those officials whose protection (security) in accordance with the national law of the armed forces perform military police (hereinafter referred to as foreign agents): 2.2.1. foreign Parliament leaders; 2.2.2. foreign government leaders; 2.2.3. the Foreign Minister of Foreign Affairs; 2.2.4. The United Nations, the European Council, the European Parliament and the head of the European Commission; 2.3. other foreign representatives, after the Foreign Ministry or the parliamentary administration. 3. the security police independently or in cooperation with the national police, as well as the involvement of other national and local government bodies, organized by government officials, foreign and international organizations and institutions, the protection of the representatives of the (security) in the Republic of Latvia, and take security measures in full or partial amount corresponding to the personal risk. 4. full scale security measures: 4.1 security escort — Government officials, foreign and international organizations and institutions, representatives of physical integrity, as well as the unimpeded and safe movement; 4.2. employment security; 4.3. security of residence; 4.4. the provisional security of the place of stay; 4.5. information unauthorized mining. 5. Security measures for partial amount is separately this provision referred to in paragraph 4, the security measures. 6. If necessary, the security police, on the basis of the Security Chief's orders, security measures taken by State officials during the stay abroad. 7. the need to ensure the protection (security) officials, which leads to sudden threats, public officer or superior public official shall submit a written proposal to the security police. Security Police Chief, on the basis of the security police in hazard analysis conducted, shall take a decision on the security measures, and the Organization's decision to refuse the order or security measures. The decision taken by the Security Chief of police shall immediately inform the Minister of the Interior and the agent. 8. If the security measures for State officials, which leads to sudden threats, you need to provide more than 15 daily, Minister for Home Affairs shall prepare and submit to the Cabinet a draft order on security measures. 9. the representatives of the foreign visits planned in the Republic of Latvia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the State administration of the Protocol or of the Saeima shall inform in writing the security police no later than seven working days before the beginning of the visit, but on an unscheduled visit, a day when the Foreign Ministry or the Parliament's administration has received information on the organisation of the visits. 10. Security Police Chief within three working days of receipt of the information on the planned visit of the representatives of foreign countries on the basis of the security police of the hazard analysis carried out of the results, decide on security measures, and the arrangements for the organization. If a visit is not scheduled, the respective decision shall be taken within three working days, but no later than the beginning of the visit. The decision taken by the Security Chief of police shall inform the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the parliamentary administration.

11. the need to ensure the protection (security) this provision in point 2.3 those persons or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Saeima shall submit a written proposal to the administration of the security police. Security Police Chief, on the basis of the security police in hazard analysis conducted, shall take a decision on the security measures, and the Organization's decision to refuse the order or security measures. The decision taken by the Security Chief of police shall inform the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the parliamentary administration. 12. If the security measures referred to in point 2.3 of the rules people need to provide more than 15 States, the Minister of the day, if the proponent is the parliamentary administration, or Foreign Minister, if the initiator is Ministry of Foreign Affairs, shall prepare and submit to the Cabinet a draft order on security measures. 13. the Security Police determined the amount of the security measures and the organisation of each security measure and inform all the safety measures the participating institutions and the designated public officers, as well as, if necessary, protect foreign representatives. Procedure security measures followed all safety measures the participating institutions, the designated government officials and foreign representatives. 14. the security measures involved the activities coordinated by the security police officers. 15. Security Police determined security measures necessary to ensure the logistical resources and the number and type of vehicle. 16. the security police provides a protected government officials and foreign representatives of the natural immunities. 17. Depending on the protected State officials and representatives of foreign transport mode has the following security escort: escort escort 17.1., which provides security police; 17.2. vehicles, if the vehicles escort accompanied one or more operational vehicles. Escorts of vehicles organized by the security police and make them independently or in cooperation with the national police. Track vehicle is driven security police officer or, if necessary, set the security police. 18. State officials protected jobs and security, as well as the residence of protected foreign representatives of temporary residence in the Republic of Latvia, the security police organised and carried out in cooperation with the national police. 19. State officials protected jobs and residence for the guard, as well as representatives of the protected foreign temporary residence in the Republic of Latvia for security can use technical security systems. 20. to prevent unauthorized information protected by State officials in the workplace and place of residence, as well as representatives of the protected foreign temporary residence in the Republic of Latvia, the police take appropriate security measures. 21. the security police is coordinated by the national police and other institutions involved in the maintenance of public order activities involving protected government officials as well as foreign representatives protected according to the security police the security measures laid down by their size and the order of the organization. 22. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 25 June 2003, Regulation No 340 "order in which police officers carry out conservation protection (security)" (Latvian journal, 2003, 97. no; 2009, 97. nr.; 2010, 4., no. 100). Prime Minister Māris kučinskis Interior Minister Richard Kozlovsk a