Investigations Police of Chile

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Investigations Police of Chile
Policía de Investigaciones de Chile
Abbreviation PDI
Policia de Investigaciones de Chile.svg
Logo of the Investigations Police of Chile.
Motto Honor, Disciplina y Lealtad
Honour, Discipline and Loyalty
Agency Overview
Formed 1933, June 19
Legal personality Governmental agency
Jurisdictional Structure
National agency
(Operations jurisdiction)
Chile
Legal jurisdiction As per operations jurisdiction.
General nature
Operational Structure
Overviewed by Dirección General
Headquarters Santiago de Chile
Sworn members 5,379
Agency executive Marcos Antonio Vásquez Meza, Director General
Facilities
Stations 128
Website
www.policia.cl

The Investigations Police of Chile (Spanish: Policia de Investigaciones de Chile, or PDI) is the civil police of Chile. It was founded on 1933. The PDI is one of two Chilean police bodies along with Carabiniers de Chile.[1] In their functions, this institution is the first collaborator of the Public Ministry of Chile in terms of criminalistic Investigations.

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  1. Chilean Constitution - Retrieved April 8, 2012 (Spanish)

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