National Police Agency (Republic of China)

National Police Agency (Republic Of China)

The National Police Agency (Chinese: 內政部警政署) is an agency under the Ministry of the Interior, Republic of China (Taiwan), which oversees all ROC police forces on a national level. The National Police Agency is headquartered in Taipei City.

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