Denmark announces $150 mln of new spending for security services
A policeman takes photos of a police vehicle covered with flowers after a memorial service held for those killed on Saturday by a 22-year-old gunman, in Copenhagen February 16, 2015. (Reuters)
Denmark announced a $150 million package to boost police and intelligence services on Thursday, a move that comes days after deadly shootings in Copenhagen but was prepared earlier.
Of the 970 million crowns of new spending, 415 million is for collection of information on terrorist threats from abroad. Some 350 million is for security services to monitor and respond to emergencies and to improve information technology.
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