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Narcotics Control Bureau

Narcotics Control Bureau
Logo of the Narcotics Control Bureau.
Agency overview
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Federal agency India
Governing body Government of India
General nature
  • Civilian agency
Operational structure
Headquarters New Delhi, India
Agency executives
Parent agency Ministry of Home Affairs
Website
www.narcoticsindia.nic.in

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) is the chief law enforcement and intelligence agency of India responsible for fighting drug trafficking and the abuse of illegal substances.[1][2] The Director General of NCB is either officer of Indian Police Service or Indian Revenue Service.

Formation

The Narcotics Control Bureau was created on 17 March 1986 to enable the full implementation of the Indian Revenue Service(I.R.S.) and Indian Police Service.

Organisation

The Narcotics Control Bureau's national headquarters is located in Indian Revenue Service(I.R.S.).,Indian Police Service, other Paramilitary forces.

The Narcotics Control Bureau is also represented on the Economic Intelligence Council.[3] NCB is affiliated to Home Ministry, which was made responsible for administering the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act.[2]

Functions

The chief purpose of the Narcotics Control Bureau is to fight drug trafficking on an all-India level.[2] It works in close cooperation with the Directorate General of Income Tax Investigation, Customs and Central Excise, Indian Police Department (IPS), Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Central Economic Intelligence Bureau (CEIB) and other Indian intelligence and law enforcement agencies both at the national and states level.[1] The NCB also provides resources and training to the personnel of India's law enforcement agencies in fighting drug trafficking.[2] The NCB also monitors India's frontiers to track down points where smuggling activities take place with foreign traffickers.[2]

Structure

Post Equivalent To Grade Pay
1 Director General Chief Commissioner of Customs OR Addl. Director General of Police Rs. 12000
2 Deputy Director General Commissioner of Customs/Income Tax OR Inspector General of Police Rs. 10000
3 Addl. Director Addl. Commissioner of Customs/Income Tax OR Deputy Inspector General of Police Rs. 8700
4 Zonal Director Joint Commissioner of Customs/Income Tax OR Senior Superintendent of Police Rs. 7600
5 Assistant Director Deputy Commissioner of Customs/Income Tax OR Superintendent of Police Rs. 6600
6 Superintendent Superintendent of Customs/Special Agent Income Tax OR Deputy Superintendent of Police Rs. 4800
7 Intelligence Officer Inspector of Customs/Income Tax OR Police Rs. 4600

References

  1. ^ a b "Narcotics Control Bureau".  
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Narcotics Control Bureau - Ministry of Finance".  
  3. ^ "Economic Intelligence Council".  
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