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New head of the General Criminal Inspectorate in Göttingen: Thomas Breyer takes over Matthias Schroweg
Gottingen (ots) –
Criminal director Thomas Breyer is the new head of the Central Criminal Inspectorate (ZKI) of the Göttingen Police Headquarters in Hildesheim. He is replacing the crime director Matthias Schroweg, who retired at the end of May. Thomas Breyer took up a position at ZKI on June 1 and was officially elected on Thursday (June 16) by Gwendolin von der Osten, president of the Göttingen Police Department.
Thomas Breyer was born in Weserbergland and has been living in Hildesheim since 1989. He is married and has two children. He has been a member of the Lower Saxony Police for over 40 years. In 1981, at the age of 17, he joined the Lower Saxony Police Department. While living in Bodenwerder, he traveled to Hannoversch Münden in a very unusual way – he took the Weser steamer with a good friend. Many of his former interns now hold special management positions – including Michael Weiner, head of the Hildesheim Police Inspectorate. Then there was a promotion to higher service and other activities in the city and district of Hildesheim.
Thomas Breyer is no stranger to the Central Criminal Inspectorate of Göttingen: after his transfer to higher service, he initially worked at Hannoversch Münden before becoming head of drug investigator at the Lower Saxony State Criminal Police Office. His path first led to the ZKI as head of the investigation. Further positions were the head of the police department in Holzminden and the position of an employee in the Göttingen police department as head of the personnel department. Then he took a position in the Ministry of the Interior, and from 2018 to the summer of 2021 he headed the Criminal Police in Göttingen. After almost a year of running the Hildesheim Kripo, the criminologist is now set to take over the management of the Central Criminal Inspectorate in Göttingen, as requested. Though his police career took off, it is remarkable, but now he is still conducting this extraordinary inspection of which there are only six in the country.
“I am very honored and pleased with the transfer of this inspection management. This marks the end of many years of planning in which many current and former police officers in Lower Saxony have always trusted me. Nevertheless, the responsibility that comes with this office is very important to me. I look forward to continuing to lay the foundation stone for the fight against organized crime and to be able to prosecute criminals with this great ZKI team. I would like to thank my predecessor Matthias Schroweg for his many years of commitment to the ZKI and our friendly relationship. I wish my successor Addi Jeinsen, as Chief of Police Headquarters in Hildesheim, the joy of my daily work in Hildesheim. There you meet fantastically committed people who do excellent police work every day. ”
“With Thomas Breyer, the Göttingen Central Criminal Inspectorate has a manager who has everything needed to keep the department on track for future success. Looking back on his career, I am confident that Thomas Breyer will use his knowledge and many years of experience and bring his knowledge to ZKI and its employees. In his new assignment, I wish him every success, foresight and a bit of luck, which may sometimes be needed for future tasks and challenges, “said police chief Gwendolin von der Osten on the occasion of the inauguration of criminal director Thomas Breyer. A replacement for Thomas Breyer has already been appointed: June 1 chief detective advisor Adolf Jeinsen took over the management of the Central Police Investigation Service of the Hildesheim Inspectorate.
This report was sent on June 16, 2022 at 6:15 am by the Göttingen Police Department.
Criminal statistics on drug crimes in the district of Göttingen
According to the police criminal statistics (PKS) of the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) in the Göttingen district 2020 in fact 1,667 drug offenses detected. In 1.2% of cases, it was an attempted crime. this clearance rate was included 94.1%. Among 1,416 suspects there were 1,167 men and 249 women. 15.2% of people are suspects of non-German origin.
|age||number of suspects|
|under 21 years of age||422|
|21 to 25||268|
|25 to 30||199|
|30 to 40||350|
|40 to 50||123|
|50 to 60||46|
In 2019, the police crime statistics in the Göttingen district recorded a total of 1,275 drug offenses, the explanation rate was 93.3%.
Statistics of road accidents and casualties in the last 3 years
Able Lower Saxony was a year 2020 a total of 27 804 road accidents with injuries 369 fatalities and 34,974 wounded. In recent years, there has been a slight downward trend in the number of road accidents registered by the police throughout Germany. In 2020, a total of 2,245,245 accidents occurred in Traffic 2,685,661 cases in 2019 and 2,636,468 cases in 2018. This trend can also be observed in the number of personal injury accidents. For example, in 2020, there were 264,499 accidents in which people were injured and a total of 3,046 people were killed. In 2018, there were 3,275 fatalities out of 308,721 personal injury accidents.
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