The Lendosan Confederation's law enforcement is divided into two basic organisations: the Police, and the Guard. The Police are responsible for the protection of Lendosan citizens, and have jurisdiction over most ordinary crimes. They are also responsible for maintaining civic order in general. The Guard, by contrast, is responsible for the protection of the government and the state - its responsibilities include security arrangements for government facilities, investigation crimes committed against the state or its agencies, and border control.
The Lendosan Confederate Police are the front-line law enforcement officers of Lendosa. They deal with crimes relating to ordinary citizens. They have special divisions which deal with financial crime, computer crime, and traffic offences. The police force also incorporates a special group called UNIRATO (from Unidade Nexiana Imergenciareponsa de Anti-Terrorismo, or Central Energency Anti-Terrorist Response Unit) - this unit deals with terrorism and hostage-taking in an urban environment.
The official emblem of the police is a blue cross. The colour blue (lighter and greyer than the blue used by the Navy) is the official colour of the police force.
The Lendosan Confederate Guard (historically known by the Lendosan term Sanctiforso) is charged with guarding and defending almost all Lendosan governmental property and facilities, and with investigating and responding to criminal acts against the state or its agencies. The things that the Guard may be required to protect range from government headquarters to military bases to museums to to information offices to remote communications relays. In short, anything which is under the control of the government and needs a security guard will be under the protection of the Guard. Also included in the Guard's duties are border control and customs duties. The training and equipment provided to Guard personnel varies according to their exact role, but is generally good. A special branch of the Guard, known as the Sentinels, is responsible for protecting the most senstitive government facilities, many of which are not known to the general public.
The official emblem of the police is four grey squares superimposed on three horizontal bars.