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List of law enforcement agencies

A Europol or Interpol.

This is a list of law enforcement agencies, organized by continent and then by country.

International – Africa – Asia – Europe – North America – Oceania – South America – Disbanded

Contents

  • International 1
  • Africa 2
    • Algeria 2.1
    • Angola 2.2
    • Benin 2.3
    • Botswana 2.4
    • Burkina Faso 2.5
    • Burundi 2.6
    • Cameroon 2.7
    • Cape Verde 2.8
    • Central African Republic 2.9
    • Chad 2.10
    • Comoros 2.11
    • Democratic Republic of the Congo 2.12
    • Republic of the Congo 2.13
    • Côte d'Ivoire 2.14
    • Djibouti 2.15
    • Egypt 2.16
    • Equatorial Guinea 2.17
    • Eritrea 2.18
    • Ethiopia 2.19
    • Gabon 2.20
    • Gambia 2.21
    • Ghana 2.22
    • Guinea 2.23
    • Guinea-Bissau 2.24
    • Kenya 2.25
    • Lesotho 2.26
    • Liberia 2.27
    • Libya 2.28
    • Madagascar 2.29
    • Malawi 2.30
    • Mali 2.31
    • Mauritania 2.32
    • Mauritius 2.33
    • Morocco 2.34
    • Mozambique 2.35
    • Namibia 2.36
    • Niger 2.37
    • Nigeria 2.38
    • Rwanda 2.39
    • Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic 2.40
    • São Tomé and Príncipe 2.41
    • Senegal 2.42
    • Seychelles 2.43
    • Sierra Leone 2.44
    • Somalia 2.45
    • South Africa 2.46
    • Sudan 2.47
    • Swaziland 2.48
    • Tanzania 2.49
    • Togo 2.50
    • Tunisia 2.51
    • Uganda 2.52
    • Zambia 2.53
    • Zimbabwe 2.54
  • Asia 3
    • Afghanistan 3.1
    • Bahrain 3.2
    • Bangladesh 3.3
    • Bhutan 3.4
    • Brunei 3.5
    • Cambodia 3.6
    • People's Republic of China 3.7
      • Hong Kong 3.7.1
      • Macau 3.7.2
    • Taiwan 3.8
    • India 3.9
    • Indonesia 3.10
    • Iran 3.11
    • Iraq 3.12
    • Israel 3.13
    • Japan 3.14
    • Jordan 3.15
    • Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea) 3.16
    • Republic of Korea (South Korea) 3.17
    • Kuwait 3.18
    • Kyrgyzstan 3.19
    • Laos 3.20
    • Lebanon 3.21
    • Malaysia 3.22
    • Maldives 3.23
    • Mongolia 3.24
    • Myanmar 3.25
    • Nepal 3.26
    • Oman 3.27
    • Pakistan 3.28
    • Philippines 3.29
    • Qatar 3.30
    • Saudi Arabia 3.31
    • Singapore 3.32
    • Sri Lanka 3.33
    • Syria 3.34
    • Tajikistan 3.35
    • Thailand 3.36
    • East Timor 3.37
    • Turkmenistan 3.38
    • United Arab Emirates 3.39
    • Uzbekistan 3.40
    • Vietnam 3.41
    • Yemen 3.42
  • Europe 4
    • Albania 4.1
    • Andorra 4.2
    • Armenia 4.3
    • Austria 4.4
    • Azerbaijan 4.5
    • Belarus 4.6
    • Belgium 4.7
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina 4.8
    • Bulgaria 4.9
    • Croatia 4.10
    • Crown Dependencies 4.11
    • Cyprus 4.12
    • Czech Republic 4.13
    • Denmark 4.14
    • Estonia 4.15
    • Finland 4.16
    • France 4.17
    • Georgia 4.18
    • Germany 4.19
    • Greece 4.20
    • Hungary 4.21
    • Iceland 4.22
    • Ireland 4.23
    • Italy 4.24
    • Kazakhstan 4.25
    • Latvia 4.26
    • Lichtenstein 4.27
    • Lithuania 4.28
    • Luxembourg 4.29
    • Republic of Macedonia 4.30
    • Malta 4.31
    • Moldova 4.32
    • Monaco 4.33
    • Montenegro 4.34
    • The Netherlands 4.35
    • Norway 4.36
    • Poland 4.37
    • Portugal 4.38
    • Romania 4.39
    • Russia 4.40
    • San Marino 4.41
    • Serbia 4.42
    • Slovakia 4.43
    • Slovenia 4.44
    • Spain 4.45
    • Sweden 4.46
    • Switzerland 4.47
    • Turkey 4.48
    • Ukraine 4.49
    • United Kingdom 4.50
    • Vatican 4.51
  • North America 5
    • Antigua and Barbuda 5.1
    • Bahamas 5.2
    • Barbados 5.3
    • Belize 5.4
    • Bermuda 5.5
    • Canada 5.6
      • Federal 5.6.1
      • Provincial 5.6.2
      • Municipal 5.6.3
    • Costa Rica 5.7
    • Cuba 5.8
    • Dominica 5.9
    • Dominican Republic 5.10
    • El Salvador 5.11
    • Grenada 5.12
    • Guatemala 5.13
    • Haiti 5.14
    • Honduras 5.15
    • Jamaica 5.16
    • Mexico 5.17
      • Federal 5.17.1
    • Nicaragua 5.18
    • Panama 5.19
    • Saint Kitts and Nevis 5.20
    • Saint Lucia 5.21
    • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 5.22
    • Trinidad and Tobago 5.23
    • United States 5.24
      • Federal 5.24.1
        • United States Department of State (DOS) 5.24.1.1
        • United States Department of the Treasury 5.24.1.2
        • United States Department of Defense (DOD) 5.24.1.3
        • United States Department of Justice (DOJ) 5.24.1.4
        • United States Department of the Interior (USDI) 5.24.1.5
        • United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 5.24.1.6
        • United States Department of Commerce (DOC) 5.24.1.7
        • United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) 5.24.1.8
        • United States Department of Education (ED) 5.24.1.9
        • United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) 5.24.1.10
        • United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) 5.24.1.11
        • Other Major Federal Law Enforcement Agencies 5.24.1.12
      • State and Local 5.24.2
      • Territorial Police 5.24.3
        • Commonwealth of Puerto Rico 5.24.3.1
        • Territory of Guam 5.24.3.2
        • Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands 5.24.3.3
        • Territory of American Samoa 5.24.3.4
        • Territory of the United States Virgin Islands 5.24.3.5
      • Railroad Police 5.24.4
  • Oceania 6
    • Australia 6.1
      • Federal 6.1.1
      • Service Police 6.1.2
      • State 6.1.3
    • Fiji 6.2
    • Kiribati 6.3
    • Marshall Islands 6.4
    • Federated States of Micronesia 6.5
    • Nauru 6.6
    • New Zealand 6.7
    • Palau 6.8
    • Papua New Guinea 6.9
    • Pitcairn Islands 6.10
    • Samoa 6.11
    • Solomon Islands 6.12
    • Tonga 6.13
    • Tuvalu 6.14
    • Vanuatu 6.15
  • South America 7
    • Argentina 7.1
      • Federal 7.1.1
      • Provincial 7.1.2
      • Local 7.1.3
    • Bolivia 7.2
    • Brazil 7.3
    • Chile 7.4
    • Colombia 7.5
    • Ecuador 7.6
    • Guyana 7.7
    • Panama 7.8
    • Paraguay 7.9
    • Peru 7.10
    • Suriname 7.11
    • Uruguay 7.12
    • Venezuela 7.13
  • Disbanded agencies 8
    • Czechoslovakia 8.1
    • Nazi Germany 8.2
    • East Germany 8.3
    • Fascist Italy 8.4
    • Panama Canal Zone 8.5
    • Second Polish Republic 8.6
    • People's Republic of Poland 8.7
    • Philippines 8.8
    • Communist Romania 8.9
    • Soviet Union/Russia 8.10
    • South Vietnam/Republic of Vietnam 8.11
  • See also 9
  • References 10

International

Africa

Algeria

Angola

Benin

Botswana

Burkina Faso

Burundi

Cameroon

Cape Verde

Central African Republic

Chad

Comoros

Democratic Republic of the Congo

Republic of the Congo

Côte d'Ivoire

Djibouti

Egypt

Equatorial Guinea

Eritrea

Ethiopia

Gabon

Gambia

Ghana

Guinea

Guinea-Bissau

Kenya

Lesotho

Liberia

Libya

Madagascar

Malawi

Mali

Mauritania

Mauritius

Morocco

Mozambique

Namibia

Niger

Nigeria

Rwanda

Sahrawi Arab Democratic Republic

São Tomé and Príncipe

Senegal

Seychelles

Sierra Leone

Somalia

South Africa

Sudan

Swaziland

Tanzania

Togo

Tunisia

  • Ministry of Interior
    • Direction Générale de la Sûreté Nationale (Police)
    • Direction Générale de la Garde Nationale (National Guard)
    • Office National de la Protection Civile (Firefighter)
  • Ministry of Finance
    • Direction Générale des Douanes (Custums)
  • Ministry of Justice
    • Direction Générale des Prisons et de la Rééducation (Prisons Guards)
  • Presidency
    • Direction Générale de la Sécurité du Chef de l'Etat et des Personnalités Officielles (Presidential Guards)

Uganda

Zambia

Zimbabwe

Asia

Afghanistan

Bahrain

Bangladesh

Bhutan

Brunei

Cambodia

People's Republic of China

A woman asking a Hong Kong policeman for directions.

Hong Kong

Macau

ROC Coast Guard patrol boats

Taiwan

India

  • Indian Police Service – one of the three all-India civil services
  • Central (federal) law enforcement agencies

* State law enforcement agencies

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Israel

Model of a Skoda Octavia, Israel Police Patrol Car


Japan

Japanese Mitsubishi GTO patrol car

Jordan

Democratic People's Republic of Korea (North Korea)

Republic of Korea (South Korea)

Kuwait

Kyrgyzstan

Laos

Lebanon

Malaysia

Police Counter-terrorist Force Pasukan Gerakan Khas during stormed the patrol vessel drill.
Malaysian Ministry of Home Affairs
Military of Malaysia

Maldives

Mongolia

Myanmar

Nepal

Oman

Pakistan

Federal
Provincial

Philippines

Qatar

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

Sri Lanka

Syria

Tajikistan

Thailand

East Timor

Turkmenistan

United Arab Emirates

Uzbekistan

Vietnam

Yemen

Europe

Albania

Andorra

Armenia

Austria

Azerbaijan

Belarus

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Crown Dependencies

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

Georgia

  • Law enforcement in Georgia

Germany

German policemen with Heckler & Koch MP-5 submachine guns.

Greece

Hungary

Iceland

Ireland

A member of the motorcycle unit of the Garda Síochána.
"Carabinieri" in Florence, Italy

Italy

Kazakhstan

Latvia

Lichtenstein

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Republic of Macedonia

Malta

Moldova

Monaco

Montenegro

The Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Civilian

Military

Romania

Russia

San Marino

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Swiss police car

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

Territorial police forces' area in the UK
Policing an animal rights demonstration in Oxford. Horse, car and bicycle police transport can be seen

Regional Police

National Police

Service Police

Overseas Police

Non-Police

British Overseas Territories Police

Vatican

North America

Antigua and Barbuda

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Bermuda

Canada

Ontario police car on night patrol.

Federal

Provincial

Municipal

Costa Rica

Cuba

Dominica

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Grenada

Guatemala

Haiti

Honduras

Jamaica

Mexico

Federal

Nicaragua

Panama

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Trinidad and Tobago

United States

U.S. Secret Service officers on foot patrol.
An NYPD boat patrols the New York Harbor.

Federal

United States Department of State (DOS)
United States Department of the Treasury
United States Department of Defense (DOD)

Department of the Army

Department of the Air Force

Department of the Navy

National Security Agency

United States Department of Justice (DOJ)
United States Department of the Interior (USDI)
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
United States Department of Commerce (DOC)
United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
United States Department of Education (ED)
United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Other Major Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

State and Local

Territorial Police

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico
Territory of Guam
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Territory of American Samoa
Territory of the United States Virgin Islands

Railroad Police

Oceania

Australia

Federal

Service Police

State

Fiji

Kiribati

Marshall Islands

Federated States of Micronesia

Nauru

New Zealand

Palau

Papua New Guinea

Pitcairn Islands

Samoa

Solomon Islands

Tonga

Tuvalu

Vanuatu

South America

Argentina

See also: Sistema de Seguridad Interior (SSI) (Interior Security System)

Federal

Provincial

Each one of Argentina's twenty-three provinces has its own Provincial Police force.

Local

Bolivia

Brazil

Chile

Colombia

Ecuador

Guyana

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Suriname

Uruguay

Venezuela

Disbanded agencies

Note: Many of these fall under the definition of that list.

Czechoslovakia

Nazi Germany

East Germany

Fascist Italy

Second Polish Republic

People's Republic of Poland

Philippines

Communist Romania

Soviet Union/Russia

South Vietnam/Republic of Vietnam

See also

References

  1. ^ aseanapol.org.my
  2. ^ cyberpol.co.uk
  3. ^ clacip.org
  4. ^ http://www.interpol.int/Member-countries/Asia-South-Pacific/Kyrgyzstan
  5. ^ http://www.kobik.ch/index.php?language=en
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