Panamanian National Police

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National Police of Panama
Agency overview
Formed February 14, 1990 (25 years)
April 14, 1937 (78 years)
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
National agency Panama
General nature
Operational structure
Agency executive Commissioner Omar Pinzon, General Principal of the National Police of Panama
Parent agency Ministry of Public Security of Panama
Website
Official Site

The National Police of Panama is an armed body of a civilian nature, attached to the Ministry of Public Security of Panama, responsible for maintaining public order and ensuring nationwide. It was legally established by Act No. 18 of June 3, 1997. National Police of Panama and the National Air Service (SENAN), State Border Service, Institutional Protection Service (SPI) and National Migration Service make up the security forces.

Panama's National Police is directly subordinated to the President through the Minister of Public Security since 2010.

The telephone hotline of the National Police of Panama is 104 and is free of charge nationwide.

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