took As a Roland Ullmann in front of nearly ten years in his present office as President of the police Presidium of Southeast Hessen, Offenbach, he has let know that he in no way wanted to be from the beginning, COP. Aircraft engineer was, therefore, to the dream job of the 16-year-old Roland, when it came to choosing a career. The helicopter squadron of the police had convinced him to come, but in the service of the Hessian police. To the helicopter pilots he encountered never purposefully ascended, I'm After strip service in Maintal, Germany, diploma, degree and superior service have followed. In Frankfurt, he established the inspection against organized crime, he later was a lecturer at the police leadership Academy in Münster, Germany. After stints in the national police Bureau continued to work as a Vice-President of the police headquarters Mittelhessen in Giessen and later in the West of Hesse in Wiesbaden. In 2008, Ullmann then joined the police Bureau in Southeast Hessen, Offenbach, first as Vice-President. In 2010, the then-53-year-old father of an adult daughter, was then head of the house.
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the time came for Ullmann well-surprising, because his then predecessor as police Commissioner, Günter Hefner, was barely nine months in office, when he moved to the Hesse Ministry of the interior to conduct as Ministerial Director of the Central Department for organization, budget, and personnel responsible. As the representative of the Secretary of state, Hefner was the "third man" of the Ministry of interior.
In difficult times at the top
with regard to the impact site, according to the following Ullmann is now back to his predecessor in Offenbach, Germany, because the country police Bureau is also one of the eight departments of the Hessian Ministry of the interior. So one could assume short ways of communication. The affair to the extreme right threaten-mail to Janine Wissler, Chairman of the Left in the Hessian Parliament, and other persons, which has now cost Ullmann's predecessor, Udo Münch the Job is, however, a different fear.
to take A leadership position in the police even in difficult times, for Ullmann, not a new one. As he climbed in Offenbach, the top of the Bureau, had removed Minister Peter Beuths predecessor, Boris Rhein, the former national police chief Norbert Nedela from the office, after reports of harassment and informal pressure in the Hessian police had compacted. "The Hessian police have no lead problem. There is no reason to bury your head in the Sand", was Ullmann said at the time, right on the offensive in an Interview with the "Frankfurter Rundschau" to do so. A statement that recommended him possibly even then for higher Offices. As well as the education rates in Offenbach, which had improved under his leadership constantly.Updated Date: 16 July 2020, 17:19