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Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction. UP Police is the largest police force in the world. Police wearing the traditional garrison cap. A constable of UP Police wearing a baseball-style cap. For the purpose of maintaining law and order in the state, the state of Uttar Pradesh is divided into 8 Police zones.
Each Police zone is constituted by 2 to 3 Police ranges. The following is the list of the police zones. There are a total of 18 Police ranges in the state of Uttar Pradesh. Each Police range is constituted by around 2 to 4 districts.
There are totally 75 Police districts in the state. Uttar Pradesh State Police Service. SPs varies with the size, population, police work or nature of police work in different districts. Typically, a police district in the state corresponds with the administrative district.
The Police district is further subdivided into Police sub-divisions or Police Circles. Earlier, when the cities and towns were smaller and had lesser population than at present and they hadn’t grown in size so much, the Kotwali covered the main town area of the cities or the districts. He is assisted by various Sub-Inspectors, Assistant Sub-Inspectors, Head-Constables, Constables. There are also a number of Police Chowkis that come under the Police Station.
Police or an Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police. The regular constabulary carries the bulk of normal beat policing and patrolling. The Uttar Pradesh Police has been accused of its record of human rights violations due to political pressure. A social media command and research center has been established in Meerut. This page was last edited on 31 October 2017, at 17:14. NSG is under the authority of Ministry of Home Affairs.
1984 as a Federal Contingency Deployment Force to tackle all facets of terrorism in the country. As a specialized counter terrorism force, it is intended for use “only in exceptional situations” and not meant to take over the “functions of the State Police Forces or other Para Military Forces”. Yet, over the years its role has vastly expanded to provide personal security to influential politicians quite independent of the real threat that they face. Since its raising in 1984, the NSG has had 28 DGs, in 31 years, with an average tenure one year and few months. Many have served as DG just for few months, while waiting for promotion or a more desirable post. None of the DGs has had experience of commanding NSG special actions groups, or any other special forces command experience . As per the government policy, NSG is to be headed by an Officer from IPS.