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National Investigation Agency

The need for setting up of an Agency at the Central level for investigation of offences related to terrorism and certain other Acts was felt long back.Several experts and Committees, including the Administrative Reforms commission in its Report, had made recommendations for establishing such an Agency.

The Government after due consideration and examination of the issues involved, proposed to enact a legislation to make provisions for establishment of a National Investigation Agency in a concurrent jurisdiction framework, with provisions for taking up specific cases under specific Acts for investigation.

Accordingly the NIA Act was enacted on 31st August 2008 which gave birth to National Investigation Agency (NIA). At present NIA is functioning as the Central Counter Terrorism Law Enforcement Agency in India.

NIA has registered and investigated 244 cases till date. After submission of charge sheets, 37 cases have been finally or partially decided in trial. Of these, 35 cases have ended in conviction giving NIA an enviable conviction percentage of 91.3%.

NIA Vision
The National Investigation Agency aims to be a thoroughly professional investigative agency matching the best international standards. The NIA aims to set the standards of excellence in counter terrorism and other national security related investigations at the national level by developing into a highly trained, partnership oriented workforce. NIA aims at creating deterrence for existing and potential terrorist groups/individuals. It aims to develop as a storehouse of all terrorist related information.

NIA Mission
  • In-depth professional investigation of scheduled offences using the latest scientific methods of investigation and setting up such standards as to ensure that all cases entrusted to the NIA are detected.
  • Ensuring effective and speedy trial.
  • Developing into a thoroughly professional, result oriented organization, upholding the constitution of India and Laws of the Land giving prime importance to the protection of Human Rights and dignity of the individual.
  • Developing a professional work force through regular training and exposure to the best practices and procedures.
  • Displaying scientific temper and progressive spirit while discharging the duties assigned.
  • Inducting modern methods and latest technology in every sphere of activities of the agency.
  • Maintaining professional and cordial relations with the governments of States and Union Territories and other law enforcement agencies in compliance of the legal provisions of the NIA Act.
  • Assist all States and other investigating agencies in investigation of terrorist cases.
  • Build a data base on all terrorist related information and share the data base available with the States and other agencies.
  • Study and analyse laws relating to terrorism in other countries and regularly evaluate the adequacy of existing laws in India and propose changes as and when necessary.
  • To win the confidence of the citizens of India through selfless and fearless endeavours.

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National Investigation Agency 
CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, 
New Delhi-110003.
Telephone : 011-24368800.
Fax : 011-24368801.
Email : info.nia@gov.in

National Investigation Agency 
Survey No. 41/14, Khanamet, Madhapur, (Hi-Tech City - JNTU Road), 
Hyderabad (T.S), PIN Code : 500085.
Telephone : 040-29882370.
Fax : 040-29882371.
Email : info.hyd.nia@gov.in

National Investigation Agency 
Nazirakhat, PO/PS - Sonapur - 782402, District - Kamrup (Metropolitan), Assam
Telephone : 0361-2462660.
Fax : 0361-2462662.
Email : info.guw.nia@gov.in

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