The National Police Agency (警察庁, Keisatsu-chō) is an agency administered by the National Public Safety Commission of the Cabinet Office in the cabinet of Japan, and is the central coordinating agency of the Japanese police system.
Unlike comparable bodies like the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, the N.P.A does not have any police officers of its own. Instead, its role is to determine general standards and policies, although in national emergencies or large-scale disasters the agency is authorized to take command of prefectural police forces. Policy for the N.P.A. in turn is set by the National Public Safety Commission.
The Kira InvestigationEdit
After L deduces that Kira is in Japan, he begins working with the N.P.A. via computer. With it decided that searching for Kira could put police officers in great danger, it is announced that any officer working on the Kira case has the option to leave the case with no penalty or cut in paycheck. The N.P.A. becomes the initial source of funding for the Japanese Task Force, the organization in charge of searching for Kira. After the investigation comes to a stand still, the N.P.A. ceases funding of the Task Force.
- Shuichi Aizawa
- Hideki Ide
- Koreyoshi Kitamura
- Touta Matsuda
- Kanichi Takimura (deceased)
- Soichiro Yagami (deceased)
- Hirokazu Ukita (deceased)
- Yukito Shiraba (deceased)
- Kanzo Mogi (deceased in films)
- N-Suke Yamanaka
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