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Andhra Pradesh Police

The Andhra Pradesh Police department is a government undertaking department. This department is for providing police security of the Andhra Pradesh state. After the separation of Telangana state, the Telangana Police department got separate. The director general of police headed the Andhra Pradesh police. Now Andhra Pradesh Police Recruitment 2017 released for total 800 vacancies SI, Constable and other posts. For more information about AP Police Recruitment all the required details about recruitment is given below.

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Border Security Force BSF

The Border Security Force ( BSF ) is a Border Guarding Force of India. Established on December 1, 1965, it is a paramilitary force charged with guarding India's land border during peace time and preventing transnational crime. It is a Union Government Agency under the administrative control of Ministry of Home Affairs. It is one of many law enforcement agency of India. It currently stands as the world's largest border guarding force.

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Central Industrial Security Force( CISF )

Established in 1969, the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) is the central government’s dedicated multi-skilled security agency primarily providing infrastructure protection services. It is one of the Central Police Forces (CPFs) under the control of the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. Applications are invited from the Male / Female Citizens of India to fill up 79 Vacancies ( Assistant Sub Inspector / Exe-79 ) In Central Industrial Security Force against Sports Quota.Central Industrial Security Force ( CISF ) invites the recruitment for the post of Head Constable  ( General Duty ) under 97 Post Vacancies.Central Industrial Security Force ( CISF ) has announced notification recruitment for the post of  800 Constable /  Fire in fire cadre department Directorate General, Central Industrial Security Force ( CISF ), Ministry of Home Affairs has announced notification for the recruitment of 700 Head Constable / Ministerial vacancies in CISF-2015 for direct candidate and HC / Min ( LDCE ) 2015 for departmental candidates of CISF.   

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Central Reserve Police Force CRPF

The Central Reserve Police Forcealso known as CRPF is the largest of India's Central Armed Police Forces. It functions under the aegis of Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) of the Government of India. The CRPF's primary role lies in assisting the State/Union Territories in police operations to maintain law and order and contain insurgency. It came into existence as the Crown Representative's Police on 27 July 1939. After Indian Independence, it became the Central Reserve Police Force on enactment of the CRPF Act on 28 December 1949.Besides Law and Order and counter-insurgency duties, the role of CRPF in the General Elections, held repeatedly during the past few years, has been very significant and vital. This is especially true for the trouble-ridden states of J&K, Bihar and in the North East. During the Parliamentary elections of September 1999, the CRPF played a major role in the security arrangements. Of late, CRPF contingents are also being deployed in UN missions.

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Delhi Police

The Delhi Police  is the main law and order agency for the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). It does not have jurisdiction over the adjoining areas of the National Capital Region.Delhi Police has its origin in a small security force, established in 1803, under the assistant of British Resident to the Mughal Imperial Courts Founded in 1861 after the adoption of the Indian Police Act, Delhi Police remained a part of the Punjab Police until India gained independence in 1947. It was re-organized in 1966 following which four Delhi Police divisions were created. It is headed by the Police Commissioner of New Delhi, an officer of Director General of Police (DGP) rank. With a total strength of more than 80,000 personnel, Delhi Police is one of the largest metropolitan police in the world. Since 1984, the Police Training College for the Department of Police is located in the village of Jharoda Kalan

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Goa Police Recruitment

Goa Police has made steady progress by adopting various steps to change its motto from being a force to a service. Field Marshall Kitchener has stated that “THERE IS A GREAT CIVILIZING POWER IN POLICEMEN”. A power, by which, he can make an impact on the society to the extent that he can be instrumental in changing the society. If one goes through the history of Indian Police, there are many instances where Policemen in the line of duty have favourably contributed in bringing about a change in the society. 8th June is a very significant date in the history of Goa, as it symbolises the transfer of authority from Military Administration to Civil Administration 43 years ago. Police is a very important arm of the Civil Administration, thus Goa Police celebrates this week as Goa Police Day and the entire week as Goa Police Week. During the week, utmost priority has been assigned to development of police community relationship and programmes like plantation of trees in close cooperation with the Forest Department, seminars & meetings for educating the public on road safety & crime prevention awareness etc are conducted. These symbolise our commitment to service, before self while performing our responsibilities in a straight upright and professional manner within parameters of law with utmost transparency without having any fear, favour or prejudice.

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Indo Tibetan Border Police

ITBPF was raised on 24 Oct,1962.Presently ITBP is deployed on border guarding duties from Karakoram Pass in Ladakh to Jachep La in Arunachal Pradesh covering 3488 km of Indo-China Border and manning Border Outposts on altitudes raging from 9000’ to 18700’ in the Western, Middle and Eastern Sector of the Indo-China Border. ITBPF is a specialized mountain Force and most of the officers & men are professionally trained mountaineers and skiers. Being the first responder for natural disaster in the Himalayas, ITBPF has been carrying out numerous rescue and relief operations.

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Kolkata Police

Applications are invited in the prescribed format from Men/Women candidates for engagement as Civic Volunteers under Kolkata Police against newly sanctioned posts in terms of Government of West Bengal, Home & Hill Affairs Department, Police Establishment Branch Order no 2801-PL/PB/3P-31/2012(Pt-I) dated 07/07/2017.

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Tamil Nadu Police Recruitment

The Tamil Nadu Police Force is the law enforcing agency of the state of Tamil Nadu, India. It is over 150 years old and is the fifth largest state police force in India.The administrative control of Tamil Nadu Police vests with the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu who holds the portfolio of Home Minister. The supervision and coordination of Police is done by the Home Department, Govt. of Tamil Nadu. The force is headed by Mr. K. Ramanujam, IPS who is currently the Director General of Police (Law & Order). He is assisted by the Additional Director General of Police (Law & Order), currently Mr. S. George, IPS. For administrative purposes, Tamil Nadu is divided into four zones- North, South, West and Central. Each Zone is headed by one Inspector General of Police. The zones consist of Ranges and Cities headed by city police commissioners, DIGs ( Deputy Inspector General of Police) and SPs ( Superintendent of Police).

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Assam Police Recruitment Details

Assam Police Strive to build up a strong Police- Public bond in order to encourage community participation in law enforcement and promote harmony and spirit of brotherhood amongst all segments of society, transcending religious, linguistic, social and regional diversities and to remove practices derogatory to the dignity of women and disadvantageous sections of society. Assam Police welcomes candidates for Recruitment- 2015 of Armed Branch Constables. Assam Police Recruitment- 2015 will be described as follows.

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Tripura Police Recruitement

Tripura Police works with zeal to maintain the law and order in the state, protecting the rights of the people and ensuring a congenial and secure society for them to live in. The Tripura Police is often applauded across the Indian Nation for its modest approach towards a common man. It is regarded to be one of the most disciplined state police forces in India. Tripura Police has contributed a lot towards fighting insurgency in the state of Tripura. The police of Tripura maintain the amiable and friendly nature that makes them more approachable by the citizens. The Tripura Police headquarters is located at Agartala, the capital of Tripura state. Entire Tripura Police is divided into two ranges, The Southern Range consisting of West, Sepahijala, South, Khowai, Gomati districts and the Northern range consisting of North, Dhalai. Unakoti districts.

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