He has pledged to boost the police force by 1,000 officers in a bid to keep the public safe and has increased shooting practice drills for his trigger shy officers.
“That goes from taking a car and running over a group of people to start shooting at a crowd, and so on.
“We are seeing today a different kind of terrorism from the past. But I think we should really give a message of quiet confidence.”
He said: “Most people detained in our country and considered linked to ISIS were very close to actually carrying out attacks and killing others.
“I say it openly: we will have to pay a price as well.
“The investigations, often subsequent to repatriations, have shown that most people arrested in our country with links to ISIS were very close to actually carrying out attacks and killing others.”
He said: “The first thing I focused on when I arrived was the shooting practice. But our police officers, at times, are a bit reluctant to ensure that training is constant.
“There are things to do about this issue, but there are also facts that prove how we are.”
He said: “We are living a very lucky moment from this point of view. We have an excellent relationship with international police forces and we collaborate actively.”