Law enforcement in Pakistan (Urdu: قانون نافذ کرنے والے ادارے) is one of the three main components of the criminal justice system of Pakistan, alongside the courts and the corrections. In Pakistan, the law enforcement is jointly carried out by the federal and provincial police services who form a chain leading from investigation of suspected criminal activity to administration of criminal punishment. The courts system is vested with the power to make legal determinations regarding the conduct of the other two components.
Primarily operated through four province's governmental agencies, including the Islamabad, each police services has a jurisdiction extending only to the relevant province or territory. Apart from investigating crime scenes, criminal acts, suspected unlawful activities, and detention of suspected criminals pending judicial action, the law enforcement agencies (primarily police) also perform duties that include the service and enforcement of warrants, writs, and other orders of the courts.
ANF officer checking passengers at Jinnah International Airport.
A Pakistani police special forces commando.
Airports Security Force, Prompts safety of Civil Aviation through development of legal framework, practices, procedures, technical and human resources to prevent/respond to acts of unlawful interference within airport premises.
Special Security Unit : As a semi-autonomous part of National Crises Management Cell (NCMC), Coordinate, Interrogate, Monitor and Regulate the various activities of all law enforcement agencies both civilian and armed forces along with the filtration of shared Information and update the policy draft including implementation of internal security SOP ( Standing Operating Procedures ) for VVIP/VIP's and the members of public in the supreme national interest under Ministry of Interior and Defence, Government of Pakistan