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Manipur Police

Manipur Police
Agency overview
Legal personality Governmental: Government agency
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction* State of Manipur, India
Legal jurisdiction State of Manipur
General nature
Operational structure
Overviewed by Home Office, Government of Manipur
Headquarters State Police Headquarters
Parent agency Home Office, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of Manipur
Website
http://manipurpolice.org/
Footnotes
* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.

The Manipur Police is the law enforcement agency for the state of Manipur in India.

Organizational structure

Manipur Police comes under direct control of Department of Home Affairs, Government of Manipur. The Manipur Police is headed by Director General of Police (DGP) Shahid Ahmed. [1]

Organisation

The Manipur Police has nine operational groups under the three main departments.

  • Crime branch
  • Training
  • Traffic Police

Police ranks

The Manipur Police maintains the following ranks:

  1. Director General of Police
  2. Additional Director General of Police
  3. Inspector General of Police
  4. Deputy Inspector General of Police
  5. Superintendent of Police
  6. Additional Superintendent of Police
  7. Deputy Superintendent of Police
  8. Assistant Superintendent of Police
  9. Police Inspector
  10. Assistant Police Inspector
  11. Police Sub Inspector
  12. Assistant Police Sub Inspector
  13. Head Constable
  14. Police Naik
  15. Police Constable

Insignia of Manipur Police (State Police)

Indian State Police Gazetted Officer Rank Insignia
Insignia
Rank Deputy Commissioner of Police or Senior Superintendent of Police Deputy Commissioner of Police or Superintendent of Police Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police or Additional Superintendent of Police Assistant Commissioner of Police or Deputy Superintendent of Police
Abbreviation DCP or SSP DCP or SP ADL.DCP or ASP ACP or DSP
  • Note: Gazetted officers belonging to Indian State Police Service(s) lie between ranks ACP/DSP and DCP/SSP.
    • To gain promotion to ADL.CP/DIG rank, officers undergo training and hence are awarded IPS.
Indian State Police Non-Gazetted Officer Rank Insignia
Insignia No Insignia¹
Rank Inspector of Police Assistant Inspector of Police2 Sub-Inspector of Police Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Police Head Constable3 Senior Police Constable3 Police Constable
Abbreviation INS API SI ASI HPC SPC PC
  • ¹ Police Constable has no insignia except the khaki uniform.
  • 2This rank only exists in Maharashtra and Mumbai Police Service[2][3]
  • 3Shoulder insignia for this rank is used by Maharashtra and Mumbai Police Service[2][3]
  • Note: Colour pattern and size of chevron may vary according to the different rules of several distinct Indian State Police Services.

References

  1. ^ http://manipurpolice.org/
  2. ^ a b http://www.mahapolice.gov.in/mahapolice/jsp/temp/html/policerank.pdf
  3. ^ a b https://mumbaipolice.maharashtra.gov.in/hierarchy.asp
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