The following study investigate the organisational climate in the Norwegian police organisation (N = 126). By using the globally validated Organisational Climate Measure (Patterson et al., 2005) it examines the employees perception of the organisational climate in the 27 Norwegian police districts (N = 76), the Norwegian Police University College (N = 22), and the National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime, or Økokrim (N = 28). Results showed that there are few organisational climate differences between the police districts and the NPUC. The organisational climate in Økokrim however differs considerably from the organisational climate in both the police districts and at the NPUC. These differences within the police organisation can be explained by a number of variables, accounted for in the discussion section. A brief comparison with the higher education sectors show that Økokrim s results are more similar to colleges and universities than to the police districts and the NPUC. The results indicated no similarity between the teachers at the NPUC and the employees in the higher education sector.