The Dutch police organisation is made up of 25 regional forces, together with the Netherlands Police Agency (KLPD), which operates at the national level. Each regional police force is in turn divided into a number of districts or divisions. Authority over the police is shared between two Ministers (the Minister of the Interior and the Minister of Justice), on the one hand, and the provincial and municipal authorities on the other. The Minister of the Interior is responsible for arms length management of the regional police forces and for direct management of the KLPD. Where this involves the enforcement of criminal law, the Minister takes decisions jointly with the Minister of Justice. In municipalities, the competent authority for maintaining public order or providing assistance in emergencies is the mayor. At provincial level, this is the Queens Commissioner. The main functions of the police are to maintain public order and security, provide assistance to those who need it, enforce criminal law, and perform policing duties for the judicial authorities.