A blast in front of a police headquarters killed one officer and left 13 people injured in southeastern Turkey, state media reported.
The explosion hit Sunday near the station in the city of Gaziantep, according to Anadolu news agency.
Gaziantep Gov. Ali Yerlikaya said a car bomb caused the explosion, according to the news agency. The injured included nine police officers and four civilians.
Turkey has been roiled by a series of deadly attacks over the past year, blamed on ISIS or Kurdish militants.
Last month, ISIS claimed responsibility for shooting a Syrian religious leader and TV personality in Gaziantep, which is near the border with Syria.