Kalle Laanet is an energetic young professional who, upon being appointed chief of police in Tallinn one-and-a-half years ago, had the courage to make big changes. He motivated the police force's 1,400 employees with a new payment system and identified specific tasks for all units. As a result, the number of registered crimes fell by about 10 percent in the Estonian capital. Kairi Kurm interviewed Laanet last week at the Tallinn police headquarters.How would you rate the current safety level in the city of Tallinn on a five point grading scale?I would give it 2, 2 plus or 3, depending on th...
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