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Law enforcement services in Jordan are provided by the Public Security Directorate (PSD).  Answering directly to the Ministry of Interior, the General Director of the PSD is supported by a Deputy Director and six Assistant Directors who are in charge of the following areas of activity:

  • Criminal investigations;
  • Operations and training;
  • Judicial police;
  • Road safety and traffic;
  • Administration and planning;
  • Human resources.

Under the authority of the Director, five regional security commanders oversea the police activities of the Metropolitan, Northern, Southern, Central and Al-Aqaba regions in addition to the Royal Bedouin forces.

Gendarmerie

In 2008 the national Gendarmerie forces were transferred to the Ministry of Interior to support PSD law enforcement activities.  Gendarmerie responsibilities include:

  • Maintaining law and order;
  • Riot control;
  • Arrest of dangerous suspects;
  • VIP and diplomatic protection;
  • Supporting other security services.

Royal Department for Environment Protection (Rangers)

PSD’s Rangers unit works to improve the quality of Jordan’s environment.  It enforces environmental legislation and promotes cooperation between relevant authorities in an effort to increase national support and advocacy for environmental issues. 

INTERPOL Amman

Structure:

  • International police and information division;
  • Arab police and pursuit division;
  • International cooperation section.

The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Jordan is a key part of the Public Security Directorate’s Arab and International Police Department (AIPD): the exclusive platform which links Jordanian law enforcement agencies to their counterparts worldwide.

AIPD Vision:

To help protect lives, property and provide security by enhancing police cooperation through INTERPOL, Arab Interior Ministry council and other strategic channels. To enhance staff performance through the use of modern technology and techniques with a view to achieving strategic objectives and customer satisfaction.

NCB objectives:

  • Boosting security at international, Arab and regional levels;
  • Protecting and maintaining homeland security;
  • Maintaining the security and safety of all citizens, preserving their rights and property, and protecting people from danger;
  • Preventing, detecting and investigating crime in all its forms;
  • Protecting and maintaining a secure environment in an effort to encourage investments and sustainable development;
  • Developing and improving services provided to judicial and security authorities in fighting cross-border crime.
INTERPOL Amman in action
10 mars 2015

Jordan hosts bioterrorism preparedness table top exercise

AMMAN, Jordan - Representatives from law enforcement, public health and the Ministry of Interior from across Jordan took part in an INTERPOL table top exercise aimed at prevention, preparedness and recovery against a biological attack.Organized by INTERPOL’s Bioterrorism prevention unit in partnership with the Middle East Scientific Institute for Security...
26 septembre 2014

INTERPOL and EU launch Project Estijab to help reinforce security across Jordan

AMMAN, Jordan – A joint INTERPOL and European Union project to help strengthen security across Jordan by providing frontline officers with access to INTERPOL’s global tools and services has been launched in Amman.Project Estijab, which means ‘response’ in Arabic, will see the expansion of access to INTERPOL’s secure global police communications system, kn...
23 septembre 2014

Heads of INTERPOL bureaus across Middle East and North Africa address regional policing issues

AMMAN, Jordan – Identifying areas for enhanced cooperation to better tackle regional crime is the focus of an INTERPOL meeting for the heads of National Central Bureaus (NCBs) in the Middle East and North Africa (MNA).National and regional initiatives to combat threats including terrorism, drug trafficking, medical product counterfeiting and pharmaceutica...
05 février 2014

La visite d’un membre du gouvernement jordanien à INTERPOL souligne le rôle du pays dans la sécurité régionale

LYON (France) – Lors de sa visite au siège du Secrétariat général d’INTERPOL, à Lyon, le Ministre de l’Intérieur jordanien, M. Hussein Majali, a souligné la volonté de son pays de contribuer au renforcement de la coopération policière internationale.Au cours de ses entretiens avec le Secrétaire Général d’INTERPOL, M. Ronald K. Noble, M. Majali a pu s’info...
17 janvier 2014

L’amélioration du travail d’enquête sur les malfaiteurs en fuite au cœur d’un atelier INTERPOL pour l’Afrique du Nord et le Moyen-Orient

LYON (France) – L’amélioration du travail d’enquête sur les malfaiteurs en fuite et l’élaboration de bonnes pratiques ont fait l’objet d’un atelier organisé au siège du Secrétariat général d’INTERPOL à l’intention de policiers d’Afrique du Nord et du Moyen-Orient.Cette réunion de cinq jours (13 - 17 janvier) a rassemblé 24 fonctionnaires chargés du traite...

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