Asia & South Pacific
- INTERPOL Singapore
Member since :
1 October 1968
Singapore Police Force
Mission: “uphold the law, maintain order and keep the peace in the Republic of Singapore.”
Law enforcement services in Singapore are provided by a combination of specialized agencies, including:
- Singapore Police Force;
- Central Narcotics Bureau;
- Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau;
- Ministry of Manpower;
- Immigration and Checkpoints Authority;
- Internal Security Department;
- Singapore Customs.
With a force of almost 40,000 officers, the Singapore Police Force (SPF) is part of Singapore’s Ministry of Home Affairs. The SPF is made up of more than 20 units and departments, several of which perform frontline operational duties.
The International Cooperation Department (ICD) of the SPF was established in 2009 and its mission is to prevent and fight crime effectively through heightened international police cooperation.
- Serve as the central gateway for communication and cooperation between the SPF and its counterparts in INTERPOL’s member countries, including functioning as the INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Singapore;
- Promote cooperation with members of the international law enforcement community, building and strengthening relationships to prevent and fight transnational crimes.
ICD is made up of the following divisions:
- International Policy;
- International Operations;
- Protocol & Administrative Services.
The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Singapore is the designated point of contact on transnational police matters for the INTERPOL General Secretariat, INTERPOL regional offices and all INTERPOL member countries.
ICD uses INTERPOL’s secure communications system, I-24/7, to exchange information with other INTERPOL member countries on investigations and other law enforcement matters. By serving as a gateway for the exchange of information, INTERPOL Singapore promotes cooperation and facilitates communication between the law enforcement agencies in Singapore and their foreign counterparts.
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