|Kamu Düzeni ve Güvenliği Müsteşarlığı|
Entrance of Undersecretariat of Public Order and Security in Ankara, Turkey.
|Dissolved||9 July 2018 [ circular reference ]|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Turkey|
The Undersecretariat of Public Order and Security of the Ministry of the Interior (Turkish : Kamu Düzeni ve Güvenliği Müsteşarlığı; KDGM) was the governmental intelligence organization of Turkey.
KDGM was structured as an organization to plan combat against terrorism with a multidimensional and holistic approach and effectively coordinate by also considering social values and dynamics, to play a pioneering role in minimizing terrorism through its policies and strategies, who adopts superiority of law and respect to basic rights and freedoms as principles. KDGM has begun its works with a proactive approach to produce projects which are open to cooperation, solution-oriented, mindful for accurate and effective communication and socially responsible.
It was closed on July 9, 2018 and all rights and obligations were transferred to the Ministry of Interior. [ circular reference ]
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