Royal Brunei Police Force
The Royal Brunei Police Force, RBPF (Malay: Polis Diraja Brunei (PDB) is in charge of prisons, fire services, the issuing of licenses, immigration, and keeping law and order in the streets. The RBPF has been one of the 190 members of INTERPOL, an intergovernmental organisation worldwide since 1984.
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|Royal Brunei Police Force|
Polis Di-Raja Brunei
ڤوليس دراج بروني
|Abbreviation||RBPF / PPDB|
|Motto||Fast and Perfect|
|Formed||1 January 1921|
|Governing body||Government of Brunei|
|Headquarters||Bandar Seri Begawan|
|Police stations||1, 000|
|Police cars||Proton Waja, Proton Wira, Proton Persona, Toyota Vios, Mitsubishi Pajero etc.|
|Patrol boats||10 (3 Bendaharu; 7 PBD-type)|
With a force of more than 4,400 officers, the RBPF is responsible for keeping law and order and providing law enforcement services. The mandate for the RBPF in keeping the law in the Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam includes the prevention, detection and investigation of crime, collection of criminal intelligence, traffic control, escort duties (VIPs, cash, prisoners), sea and border patrol, public order, riot as well as public event control.