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Organizational Chart of a Police Station
 Section Responsibilities 
Administration
Section
Information disclosure; consultation; visitation of detainees or handling of items sent in to them; issuance of certificates; welfare for employees, etc.
Finance
Section
Lost and found; accounting; management of the facility, etc.
Community Safety Section Crime prevention; missing persons reports; juvenile delinquency prevention; crackdown on stalking, crimes related to entertainment businesses, the environment or financial activities, etc.
Community
Police Affairs
Section
Crime/accident prevention and crackdown on crimes through patrolling; initial investigation into crimes and accidents; rescuing victims; crime prevention guidance or listening to residents' opinion through routine visits, etc. by police officers at police boxes or residential police boxes
Criminal
Investigation
Section
Investigating murders, robberies, bodily injury, assaults, fraud, embezzlement, giving/taking bribes, theft, crimes committed by boryokudan (organized crime groups) or crimes related to drugs or guns, etc.; criminal identification
Traffic Section Taking measures and providing education for traffic safety; regulation of traffic; investigating traffic accidents and crimes; traffic control; driver's licenses, etc.
Security
Section
Investigating illegal entry into Japan, illegal stay or crimes that harm national safety; dignitary protection; disaster relief, etc.


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