• INTERPOL Yerevan
  • Member since :
    4 November 1992
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The Police of the Republic of Armenia (PRA) answers directly to the Armenian government. It is headed by a Chief of the Police who is appointed by the Armenian President.


  • To protect people, their rights, freedom and legal interests;
  • To protect public and state interests;
  • To detect, prevent and investigate crime;
  • To ensure law and order and public security;
  • To protect all forms of property;
  • To implement the national passports and visas regime;
  • To respond to emergency situations.

The structure of the PRA comprises one central body – called the Central Apparatus (CA) – and 11 territorial Police departments: one for the capital and ten in the provinces.  The PRA also has a training centre and a police academy.

The CA is made up of many police departments, some of which are listed below, and which each co-ordinate their actions and operations across the country:

  • Police headquarters;
  • Organized crime;
  • Criminal investigations;
  • Investigations;
  • Public order;
  • Information centre;
  • Road inspection;
  • Passports and visas;
  • State protection;
  • Forensics and Legal Affairs;
  • INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) of Armenia.


The NCB for Armenia is divided into three divisions:

  • International searches and general crime (in charge of operations);
  • Criminal analysis and intelligence (drug trafficking, fraud, organized crime, terrorism, corruption, counterfeiting, crimes against human beings, international relations support and general reference sources);
  • Telecommunications and technical support.
INTERPOL Yerevan in action
14 November 2013

Investigating and preventing chemical and explosives terrorism focus of INTERPOL training in Georgia

TBILISI, Georgia – Enhancing regional preparedness throughout Central Asia, the Southern Caucasus and Southeastern Europe to respond and investigate a chemical and explosives terrorist attack was the focus of an INTERPOL training course.The four-day (4 – 7 November) course organized by INTERPOL’s Chemical and Explosives (ChemEx) Terrorism Prevention Unit...
14 October 2011

INTERPOL Chief says Commonwealth of Independent States collaboration is a model for other regions

YEREVAN, Armenia – Addressing the Council of Ministers of Internal Affairs of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) in Yerevan today, INTERPOL Secretary General Ronald K. Noble said that the region’s impressive cooperation with the world police body played an important role in the global fight against crime and terrorism.Mr Noble’s remarks follow h...

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