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Myanmar Police Force

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Agency overview

Formed 1964; 54 years ago

 Indian Imperial Police


Superseding agency

Jurisdiction Myanmar

Headquarters Naypyidaw

Employees 93,000

Minister responsible Kyaw Swe, Minister of Home Affairs

Agency executive  Aung Win Oo, Chief of Police[1]

Parent agency Ministry of Home Affairs

Child agencies  State and Division Police


 Special Forces
 Training Department
 Reserve Units
 Combat Police Battalions
 Anti-Narcotics Task Force

Website Official website

The Myanmar Police Force, formally known as The People's Police


Force (Burmese: ပြည်သရဲူ့ တြ်ဖဲွဲ့; MLCTS: Pyi Thu Yae Tup Pwe), was established in 1964 as an
independent department under the Ministry of Home Affairs. It was reorganised on 1 October 1995
and informally became part of the Tatmadaw (Armed Forces of Myanmar).

Contents

 1History
o 1.1British rule in Myanmar
o 1.2Post-independence (1948–present)
 2Organisation
o 2.1State and Division Police Forces
o 2.2Special Departments
o 2.3Others Major Departments
o 2.4Training Centres
 2.4.1No. 1 Police Training Depot
 2.4.2No. 2 Police Training Depot
 2.4.3Taung Lay Lone Police Training Depot
o 2.5Reserve Units
o 2.6Combat Police Battalions (SWAT)
o 2.7Anti-Narcotic Task Forces
 3Rank structure and insignia
o 3.1Senior Commissioned Officers
o 3.2Commissioned Officers
o 3.3Non-Commissioned Officers
 4Weapons and equipment
o 4.1Pistols
o 4.2Sub machine gun
o 4.3Rifles
o 4.4Machine gun
o 4.5Sniper rifle
o 4.6Non-Lethal Weapons
o 4.7Automobiles
 4.7.1Cars and Trucks
 4.7.2Motorcycles
o 4.8Coastal Patrol Craft
o 4.9River Patrol Boat
 5Awards, commendations, citations and medals
 6See also
 7References
 8External links

History[edit]
The Police Force in Myanmar have an extensive history; the police force also includes local police
and regional police in different jurisdictions.
British rule in Myanmar[edit]
The Indian Imperial Police was the primary law enforcement in Burma until 1937, when it was split
from British India.
In 1872 the third mayor of Mergui District, Sir Ashly Din (1870-1875) assigned the first police officer
to be stationed at Maliwan, a village 24 miles north of current Victoria Point.
Perhaps the most famous policeman in Burma from this period is the author George Orwell, who in
1922 joined the Indian Imperial Police in Burma.
Post-independence (1948–present)[edit]
Myanmar police officers blocking protesters in Bahan Township, Yangon.

On 16 March 1988 following the killing of two students during the pro-democracy
demonstrations, students marching on Prome Road were confronted near Inya Lake by the Lon
Htein security force riot police and many beaten to death or drowned.
The national police are made up of several smaller entities, including

 Myanmar Railways Police


 Intelligence division

Organisation[edit]
The current Director General of Myanmar Police Force is Police Major General Aung Win Oo with its
headquarters at Nay Pyi Daw. Its command structure is based on established civil jurisdictions. Each
of Myanmar's seven states and seven divisions has their own Police Forces with headquarters in the
respective capital cities.[2]
State and Division Police Forces[edit]
There are 14 State and Divisional Police Forces and three additional State/Division Police Forces
commanded by Police Brigadier or Colonels. Their jurisdictions are divided according to the Civil
Administration. The States and Divisions, Additional States have the same status.
Each State and Divisional Police Force consist of four components.

 Office of the Commander of the State and Divisional Police Force


 Office of the Commander of the District Police Force
 Office of the Commander of the Township Police Force
 Police Stations
The District Police Forces are classified into two classes depending on the area, population and
development, namely A and B Class. Commanders of the A Class District Police Forces are
Police Lieutenant Colonels and B Classes are Police Majors. Commanders of Township Police
Forces are Police Majors and Police Station Officers are Police Lieutenants.
Special Departments[edit]
There are four Special Departments, in which the first two Departments are headed by the
Police Brigadier Generals and the remaining two are by Police Colonels.

 Special Intelligence Department (Special Branch)


 Criminal Investigation Department (CID)
 Railways Police Department
 City Development Police Department
 Myanmar Traffic Police
 Maritime Police force
 Aviation Police Force
 Financial Investigation force
 Anti-human Trafficking Police Force
 Tourist Security Police Force
 Oil Field Security Police Force
 Forestry Security Police Force
 Highway Police Force
 Border Guard Police Force
Others Major Departments[edit]

 Aviation Police Department


 Coastal and River Patrol Police Department
 Highway Partrol Police Department
 Tourist Police Department
Training Centres[edit]
There are three main Training Centers, one Central Training Institute of Myanmar Police Force and
Three Police Training Depots. The State and Divisional Police Forces have their own training
centres for refresher courses and Junior Leader (NCO) Courses.
Bachelor's degree holders from Distance Learning University were disqualified from sitting the SIP
exam. Thus vast numbers of Bachelor holding police personal were concerned for their future.

Course Name Duration

Deputy Superintendent Cadet Course 50 weeks

Sub-Inspector Cadet Course 6 weeks

Surveillance Officer Course 6 weeks

Investigation Officer Course 6 weeks

Police Station Officer Course 8 weeks

Staff Officer Course 6 weeks


Township Police Commander Course 8 weeks

District Police Commander Course 12 weeks

No. 1 Police Training Depot[edit]


The No.1 Police Training Depot is commanded by a Police Lieutenant Colonel and undertakes:

Course Name Duration

Basic Training Course for Lance Corporal and Corporal 4 weeks

Warrant Officer and Police Sergeants Course 12 Weeks

Basic Training Course for Constables 24 weeks

Clerical Training 4 weeks

Instructor Renewal Course 4 weeks

No. 2 Police Training Depot[edit]


The No.2 Police Training Depot is also commanded by a Police Lieutenant Colonel, and undertakes
only Basic Training Course for Constables, which normally takes around 6 months to complete.

Course Name Duration

Basic Training Course for Constables 6 Months

Taung Lay Lone Police Training Depot[edit]


The Taung Lay Lone Police Training Depot is commanded by a Police Lieutenant Colonel and
undertakes:

Course Name Duration


Basic Training Course for lance corporal and Corporal 4 weeks

Warrant Officer and Police Sergeants Course 12 Weeks

Basic Training Course for Constables 6 Months

Reserve Units[edit]
The following units were formed with personnel formerly in the People's Militia Units.

 Highway Patrol
 Oil Field/Gas Pipeline Security guards
 Tourist Police
Combat Police Battalions (SWAT)[edit]
There are sixteen Police Battalions to carry out general security duties under the command of
Battalion Control Command. The Battalion Commandants are Police Lieutenant Colonels. As the
populace of the cities including Yangon and Mandalay have been increased day after day, problems
on social, economy and politics are risen up that could lead to emergence of civil unrest and
sabotage. It is necessary to prevent from destruction and harassment, VIP and project factories and
workshops, security of diplomats and their embassies. Seven of these Police Battalions are situated
in the Yangon Divisional areas and two in Mandalay and three in Arakan, one in Sagaing, one
in Mon State, one in Pegu, one in Prome.
These specially-trained and combat capable battalions are formed with personnel from former Riot
Security Police, better known as "Lon Htein" Units. Each battalion consists of 500+ personnel and
these battalions are supported by two support battalions, which include signal and medical units.
These battalions structure are similar to that of Army's Light InfantryBattalions and they are
subordonate to their respective Regional Military Commands.[3]

 1st Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Hlawga)


 2nd Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Maungtaw)
 3rd Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Shwemyayar)
 4th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Shwesaryan)
 5th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Hmawbi)
 6th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Shwepyitha)
 7th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Kyauktan)
 8th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Mingaladon)
 9th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Hlaingthaya)
 10th Combat Police Battalion
 11th Combat Police Battalion
 12th Combat Police Battalion
 14th Combat Police Battalion (HQ at Pa Lake, Mandalay)
 15th Combat Police Battalion
 16th Combat Police Battalion
Anti-Narcotic Task Forces[edit]
26 special anti-narcotic task forces have been established under the direction of the Central
Committee for Drug Abuse Control.

Rank structure and insignia[edit]


Senior Commissioned Officers[edit]

Myanmar Police Force

Rank Name Police Major General Police Brigadier General Police Colonel
Commissioned Officers[edit]

Myanmar Police
Force

Police Lieutena Police Lieutena Police Sub


Rank Name Police Major Police Captain
nt Colonel nt Lieutenant
Non-Commissioned Officers[edit]
Myanmar Police
Force

Police Staff Police Lance


Rank Name Police Sergeant Police Corporal
Sergeant Corporal

Weapons and equipment[edit]


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Myanmar Police Force uses wide range of weapons and ammunitions, ranging from Second World
War vintage to modern sophisticated weapons. Most of the weapons are either seized from ethnic
wars and narco-insurgents or locally produced copies of the G3 and other weapons phased out of
their army.
SWAT battalions are armed with relatively modern small arms and members of MPF who are
stationed in local police stations within States and Divisional Police Forces and those providing
general guard duties at various government establishments and public places such as airports, train
and bus stations, along with officers and detectives, are issued with Second World War vintage
weapons.
Pistols[edit]

 Enfield revolver
 Colt Detective Special
 Browning Hi-Power
 Glock 17
Sub machine gun[edit]

 Heckler & Koch MP5 (Norinco made NR-08)


 Ka Pa Sa BA-52
 Sten Gun
 BA93
 BA94
Rifles[edit]

 M1 carbine
 M1 Garand
 Lee–Enfield Rifles
 AK-47 series(Including Chinese Type 56)
 M16 rifle
 M4 carbine
 Norinco CQ
 Norinco QBZ 97
 Ka Pa Sa BA63
Machine gun[edit]

 Bren Gun
 Ka Pa Sa BA64
Sniper rifle[edit]

 M40 rifle (seized from ethnic and narcotic insurgents)


 Ka Pa Sa BA100
Non-Lethal Weapons[edit]

 Taser
 Pepper Spray cans
 Pepper-spray projectile gun
 Pepperball
 Rubber, beanbag, & plastic bullet
 Baton
 Riot shield
 M84 stun grenade
 Tear gas
 M6/M7 series chemical grenade
 Sting grenade
Automobiles[edit]
Cars and Trucks[edit]

 Mitsubishi Pajero (confiscated item)


 Chevrolet Suburban (confiscated item)
 Range Rover donated by Foreign Organisations for Drugs Enforcement.
 Mercedes Benz C-Class sedan (confiscated item)
 Toyota Dyna paddy wagon (Private Owned Vehicles called as volunteer)
 Toyota Double Cab (confiscated item, used by escort team, patrol)
 Mitsubishi Double Cab (confiscated item, used by Police Col, Yangon)
 Mitsubishi Pickup (confiscated item, used by Township Police Station, Yangon)
 Mitsubishi Pickup (confiscated item, used by Police Lt Col, Yangon)
 Toyota Pickup (confiscated item, used by Township Police Station, Yangon)
 FAW Pickup
 Honda Saloon, Patrol car
 Jeep, Used by police station
 Mazda pick-up, Used by police station
 Toyota Celica, used as a high-speed police chasing car to arrest undisciplined sports car
 Nissan Fairlady Z, used as a police lead vehicle and as a high-speed police car to arrest
undisciplined sports car
Motorcycles[edit]

 Harley-Davidson motorcycle (For Pilot and Point)


 Qingqi motorcycle (these motorcycles were used by motor vehicles police, Township Police and
their informer illegal and without registration number)
Coastal Patrol Craft[edit]

Class Builder Serial Number Year Entered Service Armament Note

331
332
PGM class Myanmar 2012
333
334

River Patrol Boat[edit]

Serial Year Entered


Class Builder Armament Note
Number Service

171
151
152
153
PCE Myanmar, 154
2013
class China 001
002
003
161
162

MYANMAR POLICE FORCE


Background

During the Reign of the Myanmar Monarchs, local police were formed under the Mayors and Village Headmen; and
they were also the Military reserved personnel. The British policing system was introduced in 1885, when the Union
of Myanmar became a British Colony. At that time, the Police Force was known as the Burma Police. The Burma
Police was reorganized as the People’s Police Force in 1964, and was reorganized again to the present set-up as the
Myanmar Police Force on 1st October, 1995.

The Union of Myanmar has undergone many changes after 1988. Likewise, the Myanmar Police Force has to
Change the Administration System to be in the line with the new Administration System of the Country. The
Committee for Reorganization of Police Administration System which is presided by Secretary of the State Peace
and Development Council was formed in 28 January 1994. Now the Committee is scrutinizing the whole system and
making necessary changes.

Objectives

The Myanmar Police Force has as its objectives:-

a. Community Peace and Tranquillity.

b. Prevalence of Law and Order.

c. Narcotic Drugs Suppression.

d. To Carry out Community Welfare Activities.

Functions

a. Prevention of Crime.

b. Detection and Proceeding of Crime.

c. Maintenance of Public Order.

d. Public Security.

e. Drug Enforcement.

Organizational set-up

The Director General of Myanmar Police Force holding the rank of Police Major General is in command of the whole
Police Force. According to the present set-up the Myanmar Police Force has six components. They are:

a. Headquarters.

b. State and Division Police Forces.

c. Special Departments.

d. Training Centres.

e. Reserved Units.

f. Police Battalions.

The Headquarters. The Headquarters is headed by the Director General of Police. Under his command, a Deputy
Director General who holds the rank of Police Brigadier General and second commander takes responsibility for the
proper command, control and monitor all the Departments of the Myanmar Police Force. Also four other Police
Brigadier Generals, who are responsible for General Staff Department, Personnel Department, Logistics Department
and the Office of the Commanding for Police Battalion respectively.

The State and Division Police Forces. There are 14 State and Divisional Police Forces and three additional State
Police Forces commanded by Police Colonels. Their jurisdictions are divided according to the Civil Administration.
The States and Divisions and Additional States have the same status. The State and Divisional Police Forces consist
of four components. These are:

a. Office of the Commander of the State and Divisional Police Force.

b. Office of the Commander of the District Police Force.

c. Office of the Commander of the Township Police Force.

d. Police Stations.

The District Police Forces are classified into two classes depending on the area, population and development.
Commanders of the A Class District Police Forces are Police Lieutenant Colonels and B Classes are Police Majors.
Commanders of Township Police Forces are Police Captains and Police Station Officers are Police Lieutenants.

The Department- There is four Departments, in which the first two Departments are headed by the Police Brigadier
Generals and the rest two are by Police Colonels. They are as follows:-

a. Criminal Investigation Department

b. Special Branch

c. Railways Police Force.

d. City Development Police Force.

Criminal Investigation Department

It has been commanded by a Police Brigadier General and its functions are mentioned below:-

a. Detection and investigation of serious crimes.

b. Assistance imparts to the respective police station in order to reveal clues and evidences at the crime

scene.

c. Examine on serious crime and opinion provision.

d. Keep records on convicted and search for former convictions.

Enhancement on capabilities of police members, the under mentioned trainings are opened:-

a. Detective officer training course. 12 weeks.

b. Narcotic Drugs Investigation officer course. 6 weeks.

Special Branch
Director of Special Branch is a Police Brigadier General and its functions are as follows:-

a. Detection and revelation on information with activities of people and political leagues which could ruin the

security of state.

b. Detection and revelation of movement of religious societies, sagas, labours and students.

c. Detection and revelation of the movement of diplomats from embassies in Yangon, tourists and aliens.

d. Scrutinize and issue passports to Myanmar citizens who are leaving abroad.

e. Carry out protection and security combining with counterpart agencies for chief and state heads, state

guests visiting Myanmar and chiefs of other nations.

f. Action has been taken upon those societies, people, sagas and foreigners in accordance with the law,

who make destructive impediments in order to obstruct stability of the state, community peace and

prevalence of law and order.

Enhancement of competency in the Special Branch the under mentioned courses have been opened-

a. Basic security and intelligence course for officers. 8 weeks.

b. Special interrogation course for officers. 4 weeks.

c. Enhancement of qualitative course for detachment officers. 8 weeks.

d. Basic security and intelligence course for NCO. 4 weeks.

City Development Police Force

There are Yangon Mandalay and Nay Pyi Daw, Yangon and Mandalay are been by a police Colonel. Mandalay is
been headed by a police Major. Their functions are as follows:-

a. Perform the functions on security and maintenance of rules and regulations stipulated by the city

development committee.

b. If there is necessary perform in all police duties for prevalence of law and order and community peace

regarding the command of the Director General of Myanmar Police Force.

c. Inspect road side sellers and pavement venders whether they are in orderly positions or not.

d. Clear up disappearance of non status persons, psychopaths and lepers.

e. Perform security duty to the city development owned building, park and livestock breeding farms and water

reservoirs.

f. Clear up the mob by mounted police, patrol water reservoirs and practice on horse back riding

improvement.

g. Arrest those who violate traffic rules and regulations by parking vehicle repairing on the road, halt vehicles
on road within white - red dot lines, parallel stoppage of vehicles and pull up on road where stoppage is

not allowed.

Railways Police Force

If has been commanded by a Police Colonel and its functions are as follows:-

a. Information of espionage, sabotage and harassment are to be attainable first / foremost and submit.

b. Arrange for force collecting in section and rehearsal for the reserved of Myanmar Police Force to defend

the state.

c. If there was a outbreak of uprising or riot, blockade and clear them up in accordance with the directives of

Myanmar Police Force.

d. Systematic and effective management on prevention of crime occurrence and reduction of offence.

e. Detection and arrest all 4 kinds of fugitives without having balanced.

f. Safeguard and patrol the railway stations.

g. Practice on community policing system regarding the local situation.

h. Clear up five lacks of ticket, railway freight receipt, license, discipline and situation.

i. Systematic record keeping on habitual criminal offenders and not loose sight on them.

j. Efficient management to be made up for the suppression of narcotic drugs.

k. Detection and prosecution of crimes occurred.

l. Perform straight forward for advancement and development of police stations.

Training Centre

In Myanmar there is one Central Training Institute of Myanmar Police Force CTIMPF and two Police Training
Centres. CTIMPF is headed by one Police Brigadier General and its duties and functions are as follows:-

a. Implementation of training policies stipulated by the Myanmar Police Force.

b. Implementation of Myanmar Police Force goal and accountability.

c. Scrutinize and redraw curriculum and technology progress regarding the timely situation.

d. Lay down on managerial arrangements for instructors for the enhancement of capabilities.

e. Perform to gain successful training objectives of their kinds.

f. Manage and practice officers’ moral, discipline and morale for the betterment in order to serve others’

advantage.

The policies of CTIMPF are laid down as follows:-

a. Well practice on belief and conviction.


b. Practice for the firm stance on government side.

c. Practice leads to assume responsibility of others interests with good morals, discipline and morale.

d. Practice the dutiful performance for goals of Myanmar Police Force.

e. Practice to observe, to understand the law, procedure and directives incompatible with position.

f. Lecture leads to modern technology, education and knowledge with continuation of minded soul.

g. Practice leads to enhancement of 4 kinds of competencies.

The Central Training Institute of Myanmar Police Force provides under mentioned police training courses:-.

a. The Central Training Institute of Myanmar Police Force is situated in Pyin Oo Lwin is commanded by a

Police Brigadier General, and is conducting the following courses :

(1) Deputy Superintendent Cadet Course (12) months in CTIMPF, 6 months in Defence Service and 12

months of on –the-job Training).

(2) Police Cadet Officer Course (52 weeks).

(3) Surveillance Officer Course (6 weeks).

(4) Investigation Officer Course (6 weeks).

(5) Police Station Officer Course (8 weeks).

(6) Township Police Commander Course (8 weeks).

(7) District Police Commander Course (12 weeks).

(8) Crime Record Officer’s Course (6 weeks).

(9) Officer Instructor Course (4 weeks).

(10) Course on Enhancement of competency (6 weeks).

for Senior Officers of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

b. The No.1 Police Training Centre is commanded by a Police Lieutenant Colonel and undertakes:

(1) Training Course for Junior NCO (4 weeks)

(2) Training Course for Senior NCO (4 weeks)

and Police Sergeant Course

(3) Instructor Replication Course. (4 weeks).

(4) Constables Basic Training Course. (24weeks).

(5) Station Writer Course (4 weeks)

c. The No.2 Police Training Centre is also commanded by a Police Lieutenant Colonel, and undertakes only

Basic Training Course for Constables. (24 weeks).

d. The State and Divisional Police Forces have their own training centres for refresher courses and Junior

NCO Courses.
The Units – There are two kinds of Reserved Units attached to State and Divisional Police Forces to carry out their
respective duties. These are:-

a. Highway Patrol Units.

b. Oil Field Security Units.

Police Battalions Command

It is commanded by a Police Brigadier General, the under mentioned duties and functions are carried out as follows:-

a. Suppression of uprising sabotage and riot.

b. Perform security for Heads and State Guests.

c. Perform security of Chief and Heads of state and state Ceremonies.

d. Carry out security for VIP’s residence and departmental buildings.

e. Carry out security for embassies and diplomatic residential buildings.

f. Safeguard on important dams and dykes, industries and factories, roads and bridges.

g. Safeguard on foreign schools and chanceries.

h. Protect valuable cargo transportation.

i. Conduct coastal vessel security.

j. Safety measure taken on dispatching prisoners and convicts.

k. Carried out public welfare activities.

Myanmar Police Force has 16 numbers of police battalions and Commanding Office of the Police Battalion Command
conducts the general security matters. Each battalion has been commanded by a police lieutenant colonel.

Narcotic Drug Suppression Division

In the organization of Headquarters, under the command of the General Staff Department there is drug Elimination
Division. A Police Colonel is the Head of the Division and under his command. International Relations Sub-division
and Drug Elimination Sub-division which were formed with 26 numbers of Task Forces.

Accepting the narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances as not only the menace to the entire Myanmar people but
also as the scourge to towards the whole of mankind, Myanmar laid down two strategies, three tactics and three
means in striving with added momentum to totally root out the danger within 15 years.

Reorganization of the Central Committee. The Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control was reorganized on 31
December 1997 under Government Notification No.20/97. In the accordance with the 1993 Narcotic Drugs and
Psychotropic Substances Law, working committees at the central, state and division, district, township, ward and
village tract levels were formed. The Chairman is the Minister for Home Affairs, with two Vice Chairmen and 24
Central Committee Members. The Director General of Myanmar Police Force is the Secretary. There are also 12
sectors and work committees created under the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control (CCDAC). The Monitoring
Committee, International Relations sector and Property Examination Committee have most recently been formed.
Promulgation of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Law and Rules. On 17 January 1993 the State Law
and Order Restoration Council Law No1/93 promulgated the Narcotic drugs and Psychotropic Substances Law. It is
drawn up to be in consonance with the 1998 UN Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic
Substances. In accordance with the law, the Military of Health notified 126 drugs as narcotics and 113 psychotropic,
25 precursors Chemicals.

Enactment of Rules of Control of Money Laundering Law. Control of Money Laundering Law is followed by the Rules
which are enacted by the Notification No. 1/2003 of the Ministry of Home Affairs on 5 December 2003 in order to
freeze the illegal assets and money.

Enactment of Rules on Control of Chemical Precursors. The Ministry of Home Affairs enacted the Rules on the
control of Chemical Precursors on 1st July 2004 by the Notification No 3/2004 in Complained with the Section No.
30(a) of the Law on Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic substances

THE TWO-POINT NATIONAL STRATEGY

FOR NARCOTIC DRUGS CONTROL

* The designation of narcotic drugs eradication as a national duty and the comprehensive implementation of that
strategy.

* The development and enhancement of the standard of living of the national races in the border areas and the total
eradication of poppy cultivation.

THE THREE TACTICS


* Supply Elimination

* Demand Elimination

* Law Enforcement

THE THREE METHODS


* Enlighten the producer and abuser of narcotic drugs to enlighten their belief, conviction and their

psychological make-up for the better.

* Afford easy access and communication between national races on the hills and those at various other

places.

* To develop the socio-economic condition of the national races at the border areas.

The 15 Year Narcotics Elimination Plan


* First Phase (1999/2000 to 2003/2004)

- 22 Townships
* 15 townships in Northern Shan State.

* 6 townships in Southern Shan State.

* 1 township in Eastern Shan State.

The 15 Year Narcotics Elimination Plan


* Second Phase (2004/2005 to 2008/2009)

- 20 Townships

* 6 townships in Northern Shan State.

* 3 townships in Southern Shan State.

* 7 townships in Eastern Shan State.

* 4 townships in Kachin State.

The 15 Year Narcotics Elimination Plan


* Third Phase (2009/2010 to 2013/2014)

- 9 Townships

* 5 townships in Southern Shan State.

* 2 townships in Kayah State.

* 2 townships in Chin State.

The 15 Year Narcotics Elimination Plan


* Budget

- 33,588.14 Million Kyats

- 150 Million US $

Department of Transnational Crimes

Myanmar is one of the member states of the United Nations. Myanmar Police Force has been implementing it portion
in harmony with the United Nations Security Council Resolution numbers 1373, 1276 and 1455. Myanmar has been a
member state in the United Nations Convention against Transnational Organize Crime on 30 March 2004. As a
consequence Myanmar Police Force has initially established the Department of Transnational Crime on September
2004. So that cooperation with the international, neighbouring countries ASEAN nation and Asian States has been
made up. It is headed by one police colonel acted as the head of the department activating in suppression of
transnational crimes including international relations. The following offences are primarily eradicated;

a. Terrorism.

b. Narcotic Offense.

c. Arms Smuggling.
d. Sea Piracy.

e. Cyber Crime.

f. Money Laundering.

g. Trafficking in Person.

h. Economic Crime.

Annual Senior Officials Meeting on transnational organized crimes for SOMTC and once in every two year
transnational organized crimes meeting for AMMTC are attended by Myanmar with the implementation on what have
been decided in regional criminal suppression and prevention. The 9thASEAN Senior Officials Meeting on
Transnational Crime was held on 30, June to 4, July 2009 that was hosted by Myanmar.

Anti-Trafficking Unit's measures against Trafficking in persons

1. The Anti-Trafficking Unit was established on 2004. Further more, numbers of 22 Anti Trafficking task forces were
established in the hot spot areas, which are each 9 ATTFs on 2006 and 2007, 3 ATTFs on 2008 and ATTF on 2009.

2. The Anti-Trafficking in Persons Law was enacted on 13th September 2005. From the beginning of 2006 to April
2009, 468 trafficking cases were identified and 646 offenders were taken action and also 915 victims were rescued.

3. Myanmar Police Force has been cooperating with the relevant government agencies, NGOs, INGOs, UN agencies
and international organization to combat trafficking in persons issues, Especially who rating with the Asia Regional
Trafficking in Persons Project (ARTIP) and the member countries of GMS. In accordance with the agreement on
cooperation and Preventing trafficking in persons with the People's Republic of China and BLOs were established at
Muse, Myanmar and Ruili, China on 2007 and also the other 2 BLOs were established at Loijei, Myanmar and Jing
feng, China in 2008. MoU on combating Trafficking person between Myanmar and Thailand to cooperate was signed
on 24 April 2009 and between Myanmar and China MoU was signed on 11st November 2009.

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