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  • INTERPOL Dhaka
  • Member since :
    14 October 1976
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Bangladesh Police


To provide services to all citizens and make Bangladesh a better and safer place to live and work


  • To uphold the rule of law;
  • To ensure the safety and security of citizens;
  • To prevent and detect crime;
  • To bring offenders to justice;
  • To maintain peace and public order.

With a force of more than 195,530 men and women, the Bangladesh Police is the country’s national police organization.  Specialized units include:

  • Criminal Investigation Department;
  • Special Branch;
  • Armed Police Battalion;
  • Rapid Action Battalion;
  • Industrial Police;
  • Highway Police;
  • Railway Police.
  • Tourist Police;
  • River police;
  • Police Bureau of Investigation;
  • Police Telecom and Information Management;
  • Metropolitan Police;
  • Special Protection Battalion.

National training institutions include:

  • Police Staff College;
  • Bangladesh Police Academy;
  • Police Training Centers;
  • Special Branch Training School;
  • Detective Training School;
  • Traffic and Driving School;
  • Police Special Training School;
  • Traffic Training School;
  • Forensic Training Institute.


The INTERPOL National Central Bureau (NCB) for Bangladesh is located at the Police Headquarters in Dhaka.


  • One Head of NCB;
  • One National Security Officer;
  • One INTERPOL Contact Officer;
  • Nine other staff.


  • Facilitate cross-border police cooperation;
  • Support and assist all organizations, authorities, agencies and services whose mission it is to prevent or fight crime both at national and international level;
  • Help the INTERPOL community by sharing Bangladesh Police information on crime and criminals;
  • Enable domestic law enforcement agencies to access INTERPOL's databases;
  • Provide operational police support services;
  • Provide training to domestic law enforcement agencies.

Priority crime areas:

The prevention of transnational organized crime is the NCB’s principal priority, in particular in the fields of:

  • Drugs;
  • Financial and high-tech crime;
  • International fugitives;
  • Public safety and terrorism;
  • Trafficking in human beings;
  • Corruption.

INTERPOL Dhaka has arranged for the following national law enforcement units to have direct access to INTERPOL's databases of wanted criminals, stolen passports and stolen vehicles:

  • Special Branch Headquarters;
  • Immigrations Services at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka;
  • Immigrations Services at Shah Amanat International Airport, Chittagong;
  • Immigrations Services at Benapole Land Port, Jessore.
INTERPOL Dhaka in action
15 October 2018

Wildlife crime: experts recommend an integrated global response

LONDON, United Kingdom - An INTERPOL working meeting to define global strategy and coordinated action in tackling wildlife crime has closed in London with a call to boost multi-sector cooperation via INTERPOL.INTERPOL’s 29th Wildlife Crime Working Group meeting brought together 170 experts from wildlife and park authorities in 45 countries to pave the way...
14 March 2018

Intelligence-led best practices to fight terrorism focus of INTERPOL training

DHAKA, Bangladesh ‒ Building the capacity of police in South and Southeast Asia to combat terrorism was the focus of two courses in Dhaka funded by the Canadian Government and implemented by INTERPOL.More than 40 counter-terrorism and intelligence officials from 16 countries attended the training sessions hosted by the Bangladesh Police Force at the Polic...
12 March 2017

Effective information sharing on violent extremism can save lives – INTERPOL Chief

DHAKA, Bangladesh – The Head of INTERPOL has said that regional and global police cooperation has never been more essential against terrorism and transnational organized crime.   Addressing the Chiefs of Police Conference of South Asia and Neighbouring Countries, INTERPOL Secretary General Jürgen Stock said contemporary law enforcement agencies ofte...
02 March 2017

Anti-wildlife trafficking operation results in global arrests and seizures

LYON, France – A global operation tackling the illegal trade in wildlife and timber has resulted in the identification of nearly 900 suspects and 1,300 seizures of illicit products worth an estimated USD 5.1 million.The results, announced ahead of World Wildlife Day (3 March), mark INTERPOL’s ongoing commitment to supporting its 190 member countries in co...

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