National Police of Esteira

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National Police of Esteira
Policía Nacional de Esteira
Logo of the National Police of Esteira
Logo of the National Police of Esteira
Badge of the National Police of Esteira
Badge of the National Police of Esteira
Motto"Honra e Segurança"
"Honor and Security"
Agency overview
FormedAugust 3, 1967
Preceding agencies
  • Esteiran Civil Guard
  • Esteiran Investigative Police
  • 125,860 police officers
  • 18,640 civil personnel
Annual budget$3.5 billion SHD
Jurisdictional structure
National agencyEsteira
Operations jurisdictionEsteira
Constituting instrument
  • Law 1967-005,
    "On National Policing"
General nature
Operational structure
HeadquartersRua Menezes 35, Porto Verde, Esteira
Agency executive
Parent agencyMinistry of Internal Affairs
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The National Police of Esteira (Esteiran: Policía Nacional de Esteira) is the national police force of Esteira. The National Police is the country's primary civil law enforcement agency in both urban and rural areas. In addition to regular policing duties, the National Police have specialized divisions dedicated to specific roles. The National Police falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and has 144,500 employees.

The National Police's official functions are to protect the Esteiran nation, enforce the law, and to ensure peaceful cohabitation among the population.


Following the assassination of president First Last, lawmakers determined that a breakdown in communication between the country's two police services resulted in a missed opportunity to ultimately prevent Last Name's assassination. In an effort to improve communication and improve policing overall in Esteira, Law 1967-005 was passed by the People's National Assembly and signed into law by president First Last. This law unified the Civil Guard and Investigative Police, and created a unified police service responsible for general policing and investigations.

The new police force was given a wide range of responsibilities, which led to the creation of specialized divisions and bureaus dedicated to specific roles.