The Republic of Vietnam National Police Academy was established by Decree No. 416-ND/NV signed and promulgated by
the Chairman of the Central Executive Committee at that time, Major General Nguyen Cao Ky (the position equivalent to the Prime Minister) on March 12, 1966.
The National Police Academy is responsible for training the Republic Of Vietnam National Police Officers.
Although it has only been established for less than ten years (1966-1975), the Republic of Vietnam National Police Academy has contributed significantly to the Republic of Vietnam National Police Forces.
The police officers were trained by the Republic of Republic of Vietnam National Police Academy with the enthusiasm of youth and they have brought a new idea and technologies
to the Republic of Vietnam National Police Force. They have contributed an important part to the RVN National Police.
After April 30, 1975, the former police officers were caught and put in political prison camps “re-education camps”, a few of them were imprisoned for 17 years.
Today, a few of them are still stuck in Vietnam, others were died in “re-education camp”, and others are living in different countries. They
still participate actively in the Vietnamese Community Activities.