Internal Security Department (Brunei)
The Internal Security Department is Brunei's domestic intelligence agency, which is under the Prime Minister's Office. They are known to detain anyone suspected of being a threat to Brunei's national security threat for as long as needed.
|Formed||August 1, 1993|
|Jurisdiction||Government of Brunei|
|Headquarters||Jalan Utama Mentiri, Kampong Sungai Tilong|
|Parent agency||Brunei Prime Minister's Office|
They are involved in both criminal and intelligence matters.
The ISD was created to replace the Royal Brunei Police's Special Branch division, which was disbanded on August 1, 1993.
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