Georgios Frangos comes from the currently Turkish-occupied Kerynia District; his father is from Bella Bais and his mother from Agios Epiktetos. He was born on 15.12.1959 and he joined the National Guard in July 1977. He attended training at the Infantry Offices’ School in Crete and completed his military service in September 1979, at the rank of Lieutenant.
He was recruited to Cyprus Police in March 1980 and subsequently completed the Training Course for Recruit Constables at the Police Training School, for which he was ranked first. In 1986 he was awarded the Police Cup, having won the competition for Best-all-Round officer of the year. He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma from the National Security School of Greece.
He has attended numerous training courses in Cyprus and various countries abroad on police-related subjects and specialised subjects in the field of Forensics. He was declared an expert in ballistics, tool marks, shoe prints, counterfeit banknotes and coins and the reappearance of faded numbers, in accordance with a Decree by the Council of Ministers No 139/1995.
He has served at various Police Departments and Services with long service at the Criminalistic Services from which he was transferred in 2007 at the rank of Superintendent B. Subsequently, he served as Commander of the Cyprus Police Air Wing and as Director of the Finance Directorate, Department A (Administration and Human Resources), the Cyprus Police Academy and the European Union and International Police Cooperation Directorate. On the 5th of August 2019 he was promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief of Police, taking on the duties of Assistant Chief of Police (Education and Training).
He has represented Cyprus at seminars and various Working Groups of the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Central Bank, Interpol, Europol, Cepol and the European Network of Forensic Science Institutes.
He was a member of the Cepol Management Board from July 2017 up to July 2018, while since July 2018 he has been a member of the Europol Management Board.
His vision is the creation in Cyprus, but also more widely in Europe, of a sense of security among citizens, as well as the promotion of a culture of mutual respect and respect for the law.
He is married with Angeliki and has two children.