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Police Management - Role of CAPFs and State Police Forces

Policing A Megacity

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DSA Interview - Commissioner Of Police, Mumbai

Ahmad Javed IPS Commissioner of Police, Mumbai graduated from the University of Delhi (St Stephen’s College) and joined the Indian Police Service in 1980. He has served as Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai and Director General, Home Guards and Commdt General, Civil Defence, Mumbai. He was awarded the Police Medal for Meritorious Service and The Director General of Police’s Commendation Insignia in 1996 and in 2004 he was awarded the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services.

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Role And Challenges In Securing International Border With Pakistan And Bangladesh

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Author: DK Pathak IPS

BSF has been taking required measures to keep the sanctity of India-Pakistan and India-Bangladesh borders, intact. Erection of border security fence in leftover areas, upgradation of weapon system, induction of high-tech surveillance systems, floating border outposts and high-speed boats to dominate riverine areas etc are some of the steps that have been taken to tackle the situation.

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Police Reforms

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Author: Senguttuvan Balasubramanian

The besetting sin of our police is not the lack of innovation, which is forgivable, but they lack humanity. For the police force to be efficient and honest, it should be freed from the executive control and be allowed to function with independence and with Rule of Law as their master.

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Smart Policing India’s Growth imp erative

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Author: Prakash Singh IPS

We can have a SMART police only if certain pre-conditions are met and foremost among those is insulation of police from extraneous pressures, as recommended by the Supreme Court.

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Know the chief: Bhim Sain Bassi IPS Commissioner of Police, Delhi

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Know the chief: Bhim Sain Bassi IPS Commissioner of Police, Delhi

Bhim Sain Bassi joined Indian Police Service in the year 1977. After training at National Police Academy, Hyderabad, his first posting was as an ASP in Pondicherry in the year 1980. Thereafter he served for 3½ years as SP in various assignments including three districts in Arunachal Pradesh. In October 1984, he was posted to Delhi where he served till 1993. His postings included DCP /North District, DCP/North-East District and DCP/Security. He served on deputation with Govt of India from 1993-1998. He was IGP/Chandigarh from 2000-2002. After his return to Delhi Police in 2003, he served till February 2009 and his assignments included Joint Commissioner of Police /Southern Range and Special Commissioner of Pol ice /Intelligence. He was the Director General of Police /Goa from February 2009 to May 2011. Thereafter he has been in Delhi Police and took over as Commissioner of Police, Delhi on 31-07-2013. He is the recipient of President’s Police medals for Meritorious Service (1996) and Distinguished Service (2002).

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Community Policing Challenges And Recommendations

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Author: Satyajit Mohanty IPS

The police mission statement needs to be redefined with community policing as one of its core objectives. The new Police Act, to be legislated or under the process of legislation by the State governments on the basis of directives from the Supreme Court, should incorporate community policing practices within the Act for it to acquire legitimacy as a legislative policy.

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Effective Internal Security Need For Police Reforms

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Author: Kamal Kumar IPS

The internal security challenges faced by India are numerous as well as serious. It has to be realised that in fighting these challenges, the police role is crucial. Shortcomings and deficiencies need to be urgently redressed. The apathy of powers-that-be to police reform could prove costly to the nation.

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Is That A Way To Stop International Terrorism?

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Author: V Balachandran

It was hypocritical for India, which shouts from rooftops of being a victim of foreign-inspired terrorism and inflow of foreign arms to have abstained when finally an effective measure to stop this grave menace was reached by the international community. International control of small arms transfer is the ONLY and Effective solution to the menace of terrorism.

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CRPF’s Role In Internal Security

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Author: Prakash Mishra IPS

In the near future, J&K may be used as a gateway by IS to enter the country being a conflict zone and also a strategic buffer against such fanatic ideologies propagated from Central Asia. In the coming days the challenges before the CRPF as the Lead Internal Security Force may be even more serious, especially in the wake of brutality of IS terrorists.

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Valour Under Fire

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Synergy Between People And The Police

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Author: Arun Bhagat IPS

In a democracy the citizen has a right to know and question. Police has to understand this. Being abrasive is not the solution but cooperation is. The citizen at the same time has to realise that maintaining peace, tranquillity, order in society is only possible with their contribution.

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Creating Ethics and Integrity - Framework for Police

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Author: Rohit Choudhary IPS

By addressing the challenges of ethical conduct and decision-making in a proactive manner, culture of integrity can be developed and sustained in the police departments in India. And the police service can present itself to the outside world as a professional institution with credible practices, values and beliefs.

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Police Impunity And Police Reforms - Indian Experience

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Author: KS Subramanian

The Human Rights Watch has noted that even if the Supreme Court directives are eventually implemented, States may fail to reduce arbitrary arrest and detention, torture and other mistreatment and deaths in police custody.

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Smart Policing And Public Safety

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Author: Shelly Bhasin IPS

We need to ask our police and prosecutors to develop alternatives to arrest and prosecution. Smart Policing can be used intelligently to avoid first time abusers from becoming hardened criminals. Smart Policing can also be used to devise a strategy to track such type of first time offenders.

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Community Policing - Experiment

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Author: Gopal P Choudhary

Acclimatisation to security solutions in form of patrolling needed community support. An effort was made to engage many persons of the community in the beat as possible for generating support and developing interest for sharing timely information on any suspicious activity.

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Role Of ITBP - In National Security

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Author: Krishna Chaudhary IPS

The ITBP performs its border guarding role through its Border Outposts which are located at heights from 9,000 ft to 18,700 ft. Vital links are being established so that remote BOPs become easier to service.

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