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In North Korea, the state has two domestic law enforcement agencies, the secret police – officially called the Ministry for Protection of State Security, and the ordinary police – officially the Ministry of People’s Security.
The former’s activities include monitoring society for possible dissent, arresting those who speak against the regime / consume foreign media, conducting censorship, and overseeing most of the concentration camps for political prisoners.
In short, the secret police controls the very way of life for many North Koreans, stripping people of their freedom in the interests of the ruling Kim family.
But while the Ministry for Protection of State Security is clearly a malicious institution, when it comes to ordinary policing of the DPRK, the situation is much less black-and-white, their role also helping to protect society from crime – from petty theft to drug dealers.