|cap badge small (use on caps of WOMANS,MOUNTED,MOUNTAIN units)||women police cap|
|Left sleeve||Left sleeve||Right sleeve||Right sleeve||Special Unit Police Slovenia||Criminal Police||Criminal Police|
|Criminal Police||Criminal Police - MARIBOR||Police children||Criminal police department Maribor|
|COMMUNICATIONS- 112||SAFE GUARD POLICE||LOGISTIC||Military Police|
|The Slovenian Police
operates a small fleet of Bell and Agusta-Bell helicopters. Helicopters
have been in the Slovenian Police inventory since the Republic of Slovenia
was a part of Yugoslavia. Then the official name of the Slovenian Police
Aviation Unit was "Letalska Enota Milice". When the Republic of
Slovenia became an independent and democratic state in 1991, the word
Milice was changed to Policije, replacing the Eastern Europe term (Militia)
with the more widely recognised Western Europe term.
1967 Police Aviation Unit first established, as Letalska Enota Milice.
mid 1991 Police Aviation Unit renamed Letalska Enota Policije.
WHEN SLOVENIA WAS PART OF SOCIALIST FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC OF YUGOSLAVIA (1945 - 1991)