- Feb 14, 2014 The police officers from Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland have got training how to implement Prüm Decision on the preparation and implementation of police joint operations
- Seeking to prepare for the appropriate implementation of provisions of Council Decision 2008/615/JHA on the stepping up of cross-border cooperation, particularly in combating terrorism and cross-border crime (hereinafter called as Prüm Decision) with regard to the maintenance of public order and security and prevention of criminal offences especially during mass events Lithuanian Police together with police institutions from Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Poland implemented the Project “Implementation of PRUM decisions. Preparation for the joint police operations in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland” HOME/2010/ISEC/FP/C2/4000001445 (hereinafter called as the Project) under the Specific Programme “Prevention of and Fight against Crime” (ISEC) . The Project was financed by the contributions of the EU, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
- Sep 18, 2013 A new building of border guard station and a helicopter hangar were opened in Kuressaare
- On 11 September 2013 Police and Border Guard Board opened a new building of Border Guard Station at Kuressaare Airport. The adjacent helicopter hangar makes it possible to keep one of the helicopters of Aviation Group stationed in Kuressaare in the future.
- Sep 13, 2013 As of September the passengers of Tallinn Airport are serviced by automatic border control system
- As of 1 September fully automated border control system has been launched at Tallinn Airport, which will speed up and facilitate border crossing for passengers travelling beyond the Schengen Area.
- May 15, 2013 Drug Unit apprehended 14 suspected street dealers
- Last week North Prefecture organized a 3-day drug raid. In Tallinn police officers arrested all in all 14 persons who are suspected of handling drugs.
- May 13, 2013 The man who disturbed the work of Command and Control Centre of Police was sentenced to a 20-day detention
- Harju County Court punished a 48-year-old Eero who intentionally disturbed the work of Control and Command Centre of Police on the night before yesterday with a 20-day detention.