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Criminal Investigation Department (Pakistan)

Law enforcement in Pakistan (Urdu: پولیس) is carried out by several federal and provincial police agencies.[1] The four provinces and the Islamabad Capital Territory each have a civilian police force with jurisdiction extending only to the relevant province or territory. At the federal level, there are a number of civilian agencies with nationwide jurisdictions including the Federal Investigation Agency and the National Highways and Motorway Police, as well as several paramilitary forces including the Pakistan Rangers and the Frontier Corps. The most senior officers of all the civilian police forces also form part of the Police Service of Pakistan, which is a component of the civil service of Pakistan.



  • Airport security force, Prompts safety of Civil Aviation through development of legal framework, practices, procedures, technical and human resources to prevent/respond to acts of unlawful interference within airport premises.
  • Anti-Narcotics Force
  • Federal Investigation Agency[2]
    • Director General: Mr.Muhammad Anwar Virk, PSP, PPM
  • Special Security Cell : As a part of National Crises Management Cell ( NCMC ), Coordinate, Interrogate, Monitor and Regulate the various activities of all law enforcement agencies along with implementation of security SOP ( Standing Operating Procedures ) for VVIP/VIP's under Ministry of Interior, Government of Pakistan
    • Director/SSP : Dr. Tariq Ishaque

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