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"They would not have left the IDF one day without a chief of staff, so why can the police?" - Walla! news

2020-09-19T14:25:58.199Z

Extending the term of office of the acting commissioner for another six months will provide organizational stability, but will leave the police "in reality on hold." Cohen's associates point out that he was able to carry out processes that will affect the police in the future, while his critics claim that he must resign in order to perpetuate the appointment failure. This is what an organization with a temporary commander looks like



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"They would not have left the IDF one day without a chief of staff, so why can the police?"

Extending the term of office of the acting commissioner for another six months will provide organizational stability, but will leave the police "in reality on hold."

Cohen's associates point out that he was able to carry out processes that will affect the police in the future, while his critics claim that he must resign in order to perpetuate the appointment failure.

This is what an organization with a temporary commander looks like

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In the video: Acting Commissioner refers to demonstrations (Photo: Israel Police Spokeswoman)

The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Superintendent Moti Cohen, held a meeting with the district commanders of the police about two weeks ago and announced that a permanent appointment as commissioner is not expected in the near future.

"In light of the political situation and the decisions made, it appears that in the near future a permanent commissioner will not be appointed to the Israel Police," Cohen said. "In order to maintain organizational stability and the understanding that continuity is required in the organization, a different decision. "



the statement by Cohen enacted just before the holiday. Public Security Minister Amir Ohana announced yesterday (Friday) that will extend the tenure provisional another six months. Six months on duty indeed provide the same organizational stability, discussed by Cohen with district commanders, But will leave the police in the same "reality on hold."

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His temporary term will be extended by six months.

Cohen (Photo: Israel Police Spokeswoman)

For almost two years now, the police have not had a permanent commissioner after the retirement of Roni Alsich and the failure of former Minister of Internal Security Gilad Ardan to appoint a permanent commissioner.

Two of the candidates Arden chose for the job were disqualified by the senior appointments committee, paving the way for Cohen's temporary appointment.



"They would not leave the IDF without a chief of staff one day, so why can the police be left without a commissioner?", A senior police official wondered in a conversation with Walla! NEWS. However, according to another senior officer, the police continue to function with Temporary Commissioner.

"The policeman at the end is less interested in whether there is a permanent commissioner or not, what is important is that there be an orderly policy of the things that are lacking, and this cannot be blamed on Superintendent Moti Cohen."



The officer added that despite the fact that Cohen "Carry out significant reforms," ​​he did carry out "cross-organizational" processes that will have a positive impact on the police in the future.

"They would not have left the IDF one day without a chief of staff."

Arden and Ohana (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Among the things promoted by Cohen were a five-year plan for the Arab sector and the transfer of the principal to the responsibility of the deputy commissioner. In addition, Cohen concluded a co-operation agreement between the IDF and the police in Judea and Samaria. Of the police officers for the coming years and refreshed the lesson plans in the training courses for police officers and officers - something that was not done for years.



Among other things, Cohen focused attention on police stations and placed them in high priority. Although not appointed permanent commissioner, Cohen was approved Its permanent replacement.

Cohen also agreed on a multi-year plan for the deployment of police buildings for the coming years, which will directly affect relations with the citizen.

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His associates said of him that he was a stately man who avoided publicity, yet was sharp and capable of making decisions.

"Moti Cohen is quiet and stately, and avoids media and personal publicity. He is also careful about the dignity of his predecessors and does not criticize them. The quiet and stateliness may be misleading, this is a sharp and determined commander," they described.

His associates added that according to Cohen, the police should be independent and detached from politics.

Promoted a five-year plan for the Arab sector.

Opening of a police station in Tira (Photo: Reuven Castro)

Complaints have often been made against the acting commissioner. One of them is that there is no uniform policy, and each commander manages his district as he sees fit. However, a former senior police officer actually justified Cohen's approach and explained that "Jerusalem and Tel Aviv are not similar and can not be Conduct events in the capital as you conduct them in the center of the country.

"Each district has its own characteristics and perpetrators of crime, and therefore the district commander is the one who has to outline the policy in his district - Mutti does allow them to implement the policy they set.



" Determine.

"Cohen needs to retire from the police now. Motti has a lieutenant colonel and no one is probably under pressure to appoint a permanent commissioner."

But Cohen's associates also rejected this claim, saying that "Cohen has a responsibility, he will not retire from the police and leave her when there is no permanent commissioner, there is no justification to bring another MM in his place and shake up the police again."

"There is almost no contact today between police officers"

But to illustrate the same "shake-up" that the organization is going through in the absence of a permanent commissioner, a senior police officer described the current mood. "All the commissioners today consider themselves candidates for the commissioner position and this creates moral chaos and mistrust. "Police officers, each officer manages his God's plot and keeps the cards close to his chest. No one knows who will be elected at the end, so everyone is silent and avoids dirtying each other in public."



However, the senior clarified that the General Command staff very much appreciates Cohen, who got into the situation and overall is trying to steer the police in a storm.

"The staff addresses him on behalf of the commissioner, he is highly respected.

Meanwhile, police have not been harmed in the field.

"The training courses and police budgets have not been harmed in the meantime, and most of the damage is moral among the senior command," he said. He said that the uncertainty in the organization stems precisely from Alshikh's tumultuous tenure in the police.

The challenge of enforcing corona restrictions has already begun.

Police in Bnei Brak (Photo: Reuven Castro)

In the coming months, the Israel Police will face many challenges - enforcing corona restrictions, maintaining public order during protests, dealing with crime and various security missions.

Although the succession struggles were postponed for a while with the extension of Cohen's tenure, and the police have already become accustomed to a work routine under the commissioner, but below the surface the moral damage and the expectation of a new commander outlining a new path will only intensify.

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