History of DSI

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History of DSI

    The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) under the Ministry of Justice was found on October 3, 2002 pursuant to the Ministries, Bureaus, and Departments Restructuring Act B.E. 2545 (2002), due to the rapid changes of global situations, the impact on economic, social and political systems, culture and environment from technological development, the changes of crime commission from violent crimes to be crimes causing immense economic damage and public impact, and the exploitation of high-quality technologies and loopholes in laws to conceal their wrongdoings with great influences and vast networks both domestic and overseas, complicating the investigations and prosecutions. The multi-knowledge and expertise of the DSI’s personnel causes efficient work methods and ensure the fairness and the most benefits to the public and the nation.

Organizational Structure

  • Office of the Secretary
  • Bureau of Legal Affairs
  • Bureau of Foreign Affairs and Transnational Crime
  • Bureau of Human Trafficking Crime
  • Bureau of Financial, Banking and Money Laundering Crime
  • Bureau of Crime Relating to Submission of Bids to Government Agencies
  • Bureau of Security Crime
  • Bureau of Consumer Protection Crime
  • Bureau of Natural Resources and Environment Crime
  • Bureau of Intellectual Property Crime
  • Bureau of Technology and Cyber Crime
  • Bureau of Illegal Financial Business Crime
  • Bureau of Taxation Crime
  • Bureau of Technology and Information Inspection Center
  • Bureau of Policy and Strategy
  • Bureau of Special Case Management
  • Bureau of Regional Operation
  • Bureau of Special Operation
  • Bureau of Development and Logistic

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