Public security bureau

Public Security Bureau

Public security bureau

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In the People's Republic of China, a public security bureau (PSB) () refers to the government offices (essentially acting as a Police stations) while the smaller offices are called Police posts () which are similar in concept to the Japanese Kōban system) present in each province and municipality that handles policing (law enforcement), public security, and social order, the other duties of such offices include residence registration as well as immigration and travel affairs of foreigners.

Roles and responsibilities

  • Fire Services
  • Causing Disrupt at public protests
  • Traffic
  • VIP Protection
  • Immigration and Visitor Affairs
  • Monitoring Internet activity within China
  • Public security
  • Crime Control
  • Public Safety and Information
  • Monitor and control re-education activities


Municipal bureaus

Most major Chinese cities will have a PSB assigned to deal with local security needs.



Provincial bureaus

All the provinces and special regions (excluding the Special administrative regions) have PSB to deal with provincial security issues:



Areas without public security bureau

The only places in People's Republic of China that does not have a public security bureau are in the Special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau. These two SARs have their own security/police forces.

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