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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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Hebrew: משטרת ישראל, Mishteret Yisra'el; Arabic: شرطة إسرائيل
|Israel Police logo|
|Annual budget||8.383 billion NIS (2010)|
|Legal personality||Governmental: Government agency|
|Governing body||Israeli Ministry of Public Security|
|Overviewed by||Police Internal Investigations Department|
|Headquarters||National Headquarters of the Israel Police – Kiryat HaMemshala (East Jerusalem)|
|Agency executive||Rav-Nitzav Yohanan Danino, Police Commisioner|
The Israel Police (Hebrew: משטרת ישראל, Mishteret Yisrael; Arabic: شرطة إسرائيل) is the civilian police force of Israel. As with most other police forces in the world, its duties include crime fighting, traffic control, maintaining public safety, and counter-terrorism. It is under the jurisdiction of the Minister of Public Security.
The Israel Police operates throughout Israel proper, the Golan Heights and Area C of the West Bank, in all places in which Israel has civilian control. There are no local or "municipal" police departments in Israel.
In an emergency, the police can be reached by dialing 100 from any telephone in Israel.
The Israel police is responsible for public security, maintaining public order, securing public events and rallies, dismantling suspicious objects and explosives (EOD), riot and crowd control, law enforcement, crime fighting, detective work, covert operations against drug networks, investigating suspects, road traffic control, operating the Civil Guard, handling civilian complaints, handling youth violence, educational campaigns.
The Israel Police are a professional force, with some 35,000 persons on the payroll. There are also 70,000 Civil Guard volunteers who contribute time to assist officers in their own communities.
The police are divided into the following main divisional groups:
Each policeman is armed with a pistol (handgun) which he or she usually also carries while off-duty. Also, each patrol car must have at least one long-arm (i.e. rifle). Police volunteers are usually armed with an M1 Carbine, which they return to the police's armory after they finish their duty (they do not take the rifle home, but may sign one out for escorting field trips, etc.). Volunteers who have a gun license may use their own personal handgun as personal defense weapon for their police duty, under the condition that the gun and ammunition type is authorized by the police (9 mm). Common pistols owned and carried by volunteers include Glock and CZ-75 designs.
Heavy armaments such as assault rifles, sniper rifles and non-lethal weapons are assigned according to activity and not on personal basis.
|Corporal||רב שוטר||Rav Shoter|
|Sergeant||סמל שני||Samal Sheni|
|Staff Sergeant||סמל ראשון||Samal Rishon|
|Sergeant First Class||רב סמל||Rav Samal|
|Master Sergeant||רב סמל ראשון||Rav Samal Rishon|
|First Sergeant||רב סמל מתקדם||Rav Samal Mitkadem|
|Sergeant Major||רב סמל בכיר||Rav Samal Bakhir|
|Sergeant Major of Command||רב נגד||Rav Nagad|
|Sub-Inspector||מפקח משנה||Mefake'ah Mishneh|
|Superintendent||רב פקד||Rav Pakad|
|Chief Superintendent||סגן ניצב||Sgan Nitzav|
|Commander||ניצב משנה||Nitzav Mishneh|
|Brigadier General||תת ניצב||Tat Nitzav|
|Commissioner||רב ניצב||Rav Nitzav|