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French Prison Service

Unread postby Luke » Sun Apr 03, 2005 5:05 am

French Prison Service

élčve surveillant = no rank insignia
surveillant stagiaire = a half-chevron in silver
surveillants titulaire = two ditto
surveillant principale = three ditto
premier surveillant = two silver stripes
chef de service pénitentiaire de deuxičme classe/ chef de détention = two gold stripes
chef de service pénitentiaire de premičre classe = three ditto
chef de service pénitentiaire hors classe = four ditto

Source: http://www.justice.gouv.fr/actua/bo/dap94b-annexes.htm
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Unread postby Luke » Sat Apr 09, 2005 12:05 pm

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Unread postby Luke » Sat Apr 09, 2005 12:21 pm

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Prison Governors (directeurs des services penitentiaries)


* Elčve directeur
* directeurs de 2e classe
* directeurs de 1re classe
* directeurs hors classe
* Directeur fonctionnel
* Directeur régional

Source: http://www.justice.gouv.fr/actua/bo/dap91c-annexes.htm

Contains description of rank insignia (in French). Maybe Olivier Comault or marcpasquin can make a proper translation?
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Rank insignia and new rank titles in French Prison Service

Unread postby Luke » Mon Feb 05, 2007 4:02 pm

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Commandant pénitentiaire

élčve surveillant = the same
surveillant stagiaire = abolished?
surveillants titulaire = Surveillant
surveillant principale =Surveillant brigadier
premier surveillant = the same
New rank = Major pénitentiaire
chef de service pénitentiaire de deuxičme classe/ chef de détention = Lieutenant pénitentiaire
chef de service pénitentiaire de premičre classe = Capitaine pénitentiaire
chef de service pénitentiaire hors classe = Major pénitentiaire

Source:http://www.justice.gouv.fr/minister/sceri/surveil.htm

Rank insignia, see this French discussion forum:

http://adm-penitentiaire.discutfree.com/forum1-Personnels-de-Surveillance.htm

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Major pénitentiaire
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Unread postby Luke » Wed Feb 07, 2007 3:31 pm

chef de service pénitentiaire hors classe = Commandant pénitentiaire
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Official site with French prison service rank insignia

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Unread postby Luke » Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:05 pm

French discussion forum with information about ranks and images of rank insignia in the French prison service, as well as images of badges for regional intervention teams:

http://www.armees.com/forums/lofiversio ... 20802.html
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France Prison Service Updated links

Unread postby Luke » Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:01 pm

Working link to forum with rank insignia: http://adm-penitentiaire.discutfree.com/index.forum

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Prison Governors, the same style of uniforms as chiefs of police: commissaires
(The woman in the pictures is French Minister of Justice Rachida Dati)
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French Prison Governors: working link

Unread postby Luke » Mon Mar 16, 2009 2:01 pm

Directeur régional - broderie mécanique - broderie main

- double liséré - fil argent

- 3 filets de 2 mm (espacé de 1 mm) - fil argent

- 1 étoile - fil argent

Directeur fonctionnel - broderie mécanique - broderie main

- double liséré - fil argent

- 3 filets de 2 mm (espacé de 1 mm) - fil argent

Directeur hors classe - broderie mécanique

- simple liséré - fil argent

- 3 filets de 2 mm (espacé de 1 mm) - fil argent
Directeur de 1re classe - broderie mécanique

- simple liséré - fil argent

- 2 filets de 2 mm (espacé de 1 mm) - fil argent

Directeur de 2e classe - broderie mécanique

- simple liséré - fil argent

- 1 filet de 2 mm - fil argent

Directeur stagiaire - broderie mécanique

- simple liseré - fil argent

Elčve directeur - broderie mécanique

- simple liseré - fil argent

- sans motif

http://www.justice.gouv.fr/bulletin-off ... nnexes.htm
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French Prison Governors: Images

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French Prison Service (Wikipedia)

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Unread postby Martin Mennega » Mon Dec 07, 2009 11:47 am

Where does the strange, unfrench, shape of the shoulderboards originate from. From the French we're used to se a wide bottom shape.

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Unread postby ChrisWI » Mon Dec 07, 2009 8:18 pm

The insignia in Luke's 11/25 post are breast patches that would be worn on the "working uniform" (for lack of a better term).

Unless you are referring to the odd shape of these shoulder boards:
http://www.uniforminsignia.org/_f/france-prison_02.gif
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Unread postby Martin Mennega » Thu Dec 10, 2009 1:30 pm

Chris, I know the velcro backed squares are for working dress. Just like the Armed Forces. I indeed mean the strange shape of the shoulderboards in the pictures. We're used to ones like you put in your attachment. The prison service has the lower corners trimmed, seems.

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Re: French Prison Service

Unread postby Luke2 » Tue Feb 11, 2014 11:37 pm

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