Police Headoffice - Varna

The building was raised on Mussala square in 1870 by Halil Effendi. On July 27th 1878 the Provisional Russian Administration and the governor of Varna, Baumgarten, began to build Bulgarian administrative buildings and to establish state administration. First Bulgarian policemen were employed in 1879 and first sergeants- in 1886. Nikola Slavkov was among the first police chiefs in Varna after the Liberation. He was born in 1851 in Svishtov, but emigrated to Russia and then to Serbia. In Odessa he met Hristo Botev and participated in the Bulgarian Revolutionary Committee. After the Liberation he became a secretary of the Rousse police chief, then a clerk and assistant of the Rousse governor, later – a police chief in Varna, regional supervisor of Osman-Pazar region, first regional chief of the same region and a regional governor of Sevlievo. He was also a police chief in the capital city between 1895 and 1898. Currently the head of the Regional Police Administration is senior commissioner Daniel Stoykov Pashov. He was born in 1967 in Plovdiv. He graduated in accounting at the Economics Institute of Sofia. His career in the Ministry of Interior started in 1993, when he became a first grade intelligence agent in the Financial police sector at First regional police department, part of the Sofia Administration. Later he became a second grade intelligence agent, inspector, head of a police sector and assistant chief of the Regional Police Administration. In 2009 he was made a chief of the 8th Regional Police Station and since 2013 he has been the head of the 1st Regional Police Station.

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Police Headoffice - Varna

The building was raised on Mussala square in 1870 by Halil Effendi. On July 27th 1878 the Provisional Russian Administration and the governor of Varna, Baumgarten, began to build Bulgarian administrative buildings and to establish state administration. First Bulgarian policemen were employed in 1879 and first sergeants- in 1886. Nikola Slavkov was among the first police chiefs in Varna after the Liberation. He was born in 1851 in Svishtov, but emigrated to Russia and then to Serbia. In Odessa he met Hristo Botev and participated in the Bulgarian Revolutionary Committee. After the Liberation he became a secretary of the Rousse police chief, then a clerk and assistant of the Rousse governor, later – a police chief in Varna, regional supervisor of Osman-Pazar region, first regional chief of the same region and a regional governor of Sevlievo. He was also a police chief in the capital city between 1895 and 1898. Currently the head of the Regional Police Administration is senior commissioner Daniel Stoykov Pashov. He was born in 1967 in Plovdiv. He graduated in accounting at the Economics Institute of Sofia. His career in the Ministry of Interior started in 1993, when he became a first grade intelligence agent in the Financial police sector at First regional police department, part of the Sofia Administration. Later he became a second grade intelligence agent, inspector, head of a police sector and assistant chief of the Regional Police Administration. In 2009 he was made a chief of the 8th Regional Police Station and since 2013 he has been the head of the 1st Regional Police Station.

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