NCB (Narcotics Control Bureau) was established as Narcotics Drug Control Law Enforcement Unit (NDCLEU) on June 6, 1992 with 75 police personnel headed by Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) with a concept of integrated approach to combat drug problems in the country. Later on Nov 29, 2012 upgraded to Bureau. Currently NCB has 102 dedicated personal of various ranks DIGP to Constable form Nepal Police.
NCB is governed by the Narcotic Drug Control Act (NDC Act) 1976. It also acts as a nodal unit to liaise with Drug Offences Monitoring Desk of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation and other International Drug Law Enforcement Agencies. With nine satellite stations spread across the country mainly at major border check points, including one in the Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu. NCB is headed by Deputy Inspector General of Police and is staffed by specialist officers seconded from Nepal Police.
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