Enforcement And Security Division

The National Anti-Drugs Agency enforces and performs functions as set out in Section 6 of the National Anti-Drugs Agency Act 2004 pertaining to the Dangerous Drugs Act 1952, Dangerous Drugs (Special Preventive Measures) Act 1985 and the Dangerous Drugs (Forfeiture of Property) Act 1988.

In the enforcement of the Drug Dependants (Treatment and Rehabilitation) Act 1983, emphasis is placed on the following sections:



  • To handle complaints related to drug problems
  • To carry out operations to detect and detain suspected drug addicts
  • To carry out prosecution for investigation papers given the order for charge by the Deputy Public Prosecutor
  • To manage persons under surveillance
  • To open investigation papers on persons under surveillance who have violated the surveillance conditions
  • To consolidate compliance of security management and drug rehabilitation institutions


Strengthening enforcement for a drug-free nation


Effective enforcement of drug laws


  • To take action on public complaints of drug abuse activities;
  • To detect drug addicts who refuse to voluntarily undergo treatment and rehabilitation;
  • To manage, supervise and implement persons under surveillance programmes;
  • To detect persons under surveillance who do not comply with the conditions for surveillance under Sections 6(2) (a)-(f) of the Drug Dependants (Treatment and Rehabilitation) Act 1983;
  • To improve security levels in institutions and in the community

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