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Law enforcement in Pakistan (Urdu: پوليس)is carried out by several federal and provincial police agencies. The four provinces and the Islamabad Capital Territory each have a civilian police force with juridiction extending only to the relevant province or territory. At the federal level, there are a number of civilian agencies with nationwide jurisdictions including the Federal Investigation Agency and the National Highways and Motorway Police, as well as several paramilitary forces including the Pakistan Rangers and the Frontier Corps. The most senior officers of all the civilian police forces also form part of the Police Service of Pakistan, which is a component of the civil service of Pakistan.


Airport 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.

Anti-Narcotics Force
Federal Investigation Agency

Frontier Constabulary
Frontier Corps, a paramilitary force operating along the western borders of Pakistan

National Highways and Motorway Police, covering all major roads across Pakistan

National Police Academy, a training centre for the senior officers of civilian police agencies

Civilian police ranks
Rank Abbreviation Civil service grade

Senior ranks

Inspector General IGP BS 22

Additional Inspector General Addl. IG BS 21

Deputy Inspector General DIG BS 20

Senior Superintendent of Police /

Assistant Inspector General SSP /

Superintendent of Police SP BS 18

Assistant Superintendent of Police /
Deputy Superintendent of Police ASP /

Junior ranks

Station House Officer /
Police Inspector SHO BS 16

Sub-Inspector SI BS 14
Assistant Sub-Inspector ASI BS 09

Head Constable BS 07

Constable BS 05

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Remand means the act or an instance of sending something (case) or an accused back for further action.


There are two kinds of remand namely:

(1). Police remand
(2). Judicial remand

According to section 61 of crpc , the investigating police shall keep the accused in police station for only 24 hours of his time of arrest, and thereafter, if the investigation of the case is not completed, the investigation officer apply to the illaqa magistrate for the physical remand of the accused.

Section 344 CRPC contemplates remand of the accused in the judicial lock up after initiation of the proceedings in the court.

Section 167 of crpc provides that in certain cases detentionj in the police custody of the arrested person may be permitted so that the police may completeinvestigation and decide whether to proceed under section 169 or 170 of crpc.
However, before a magistrate can make an order of remand, the accused person must have been arrested by the police for the purpose of offence which is investigated and forwarded to the magistrate.

Illaqa Magistrate is competent to grant physical remand of the accused. But order for grant of physical remand of the accused must be passed with all seriousness keeping in view the relevant law and instruction about grant of remand to police incorporated in chapter 25 of police rules of 1934.

The only ground for granting remand by the magistrate is to see the nature of accusation nd grounds to believe that the same is well-founded against the accused.
While granting a remand the magistrate must have before him " a copy of the entries in the diary".
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