Republic of Sudan Police

After the independence of Sudan in 1956, the state was interested in modernizing and developing police laws, so it became affiliated with the Ministry of Interior in its structure and operates in a centralized system. It consists of several specialized general administrations and police for the provinces, and each of them has several tasks and duties aimed at maintaining security and tranquility and protecting the security of the homeland and citizens, in compliance with national and international professional, technical and organizational standards. accepted.
Within the framework of international and regional relations, after the independence of the country in 1956, Sudan joined the INTERPOL organization. In the same context, the police joined the EAPCCO in 1989, in order to achieve police cooperation at the regional level, and it continued to play a pivotal role and an active member.
Sudan has committed, throughout the period of its existence in the organization, to implement all decisions and recommendations issued, whether by the level of the General Assembly of INTERPOL or at the level of EAPCCO, and to implement its activities. And based on the decisions of the Council of Police Chiefs of EAPCCO Member Countries, Sudan agreed and adopted the establishment of the Regional

Center for Excellence in Forensic Evidence, which was officially opened in the year 2017 and continued to play A role in raising and building the capabilities of law enforcement units in the region and beyond.

Sudan represents a great strategic depth among the countries of the region and depends on strengthening good-neighbourly relations with brotherly and friendly countries in all fields, especially the police agencies, to serve common interests and bilateral and regional cooperation with all countries.





1st Lieutenant General/ KHALID MAHADI IBRAHIM ELEMAM – Director General of Sudan Police Force





Police Brigadier/ ADOOMA HAZIM OSMAN – Head of NCB Khartoum