National Police Agency (Japan)

National Police Agency (Japan)

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National Police Agency (Japan)

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The is an agency administered by the National Public Safety Commission of the Cabinet Office in the cabinet of Japan, and is the central coordinating agency of the Japanese police system.

Unlike comparable bodies like the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, the NPA does not have any police officers of its own. Instead, its role is to determine general standards and policies, although in national emergencies or large-scale disasters the agency is authorized to take command of prefectural police forces. Policy for the NPA in turn is set by the National Public Safety Commission.


Commissioner-General of the National Police Agency, the highest ranking police officer (警察庁長官 Keisatsu-chō Chōkan)
    • Deputy Commissioner-General (次長 Jichō)
    • Commissioner-General's Secretariat (長官官房 Chōkan Kanbō)
  • Community Safety Bureau (生活安全局 Seikatsu Anzen-kyoku)
  • Criminal Investigation Bureau (刑事局 Keiji-kyoku)
    • Organized Crime Department (組織犯罪対策部 Soshiki Hanzai Taisaku-bu)
    • Safety Department
  • Traffic Bureau (交通局 Kōtsū-kyoku)
  • Security Bureau (警備局 Keibi-kyoku)
    • Foreign Affairs and Intelligence Department (外事情報部 Gaiji Jōhō-bu)
  • Info-Communications Bureau (情報通信局 Jōhō Tsūshin-kyoku)
  • National Police Academy (警察大学校 Keisatsu Dai-gakkō)
  • National Research Institute of Police Science (科学 警察 研究所 Kagaku Keisatsu Kenkyū-sho)
  • Imperial Guard Headquarters (皇宮警察本部...... ...
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