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The Kerala State Police is the law enforcement agency for the state of Kerala, India. Kerala Police has its headquarters in Thiruvananthapuram, the state capital. Grab out all the details about Kerala Police recruitment here. Kerala Police has a reputation for being one of the best managed police forces in the country, and one of the top-ranking states in terms of law and order, in various social security rankings. The Kerala Police are also the first police department in South Asia to undertake community policing.
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Recruitment For Sportsmen As Havildars
Post Name Sportsmen Disciplines Basketball Women Men Volleyball Women Men AthleticsWomen Men Football Men Swimming Men Water polo Men Handball Men Canoeing Men Kayaking Men Judo Men Educational Qualification Candidates Should be pass in A Pass in the S.S.L.C or equivalent Examination. and First or second place in individual athletic events in recognized State Meets and who have been selected to represent the State. Represented the States in the Games like football, Volley Ball etc, and secured selection to represent in inter state, National Championships Nationality Indian Age Limit 18 to 25 years Age on 01.01.2015 How to Apply Interested Candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with copies of certificate to prove age, educational qualification, and Sports performance send......
Gov Job For Women Police Constable
Post Name Women Constable Police Constable Qualification Educational Criteria Candidates who wish to apply for this post must posess the following skill and criteria Pass out Intermediate 12th Class Senior Secondary Examination or equivalent qualification from any recognized Board College Govt. of India. No of Post Not Negotiable Age Limit in yrs Interested candidates who are appearing for this post should have the age of 18 years to 29 years. Pay Scale Salary in Rs. Applicants will be getting a pay scale of Rs.10,480 - to Rs.18,300 - per month. Mode of Selection Selection candidates will be based on OMR Test Physical Measurement PET Physical Efficiency Test ....
About Kerala Police
The Kerala Police, like other state police forces in India, is headed by an officer of the rank of Director General of Police (DGP). Most of the senior officers of the force belong to the Indian Police Service (IPS). The IPS is a direct descendant of the Imperial Police of the colonial days. Officers for the IPS are selected through a nation-wide public examination and the annual intake is less than 100 in a nation of over a billion. IPS officers wear the same badges of rank as in the Indian Army. The DGP (and Additional DGPs) are equivalent in rank to a Lt. Gen. in the army, the Inspector General to a Maj. Gen., the Deputy Inspector General to a Brigadier, and so on.
We are approximately 42,149 strong police force of the state of Kerala in the Republic of India. We serve a population of over 31.8 million residing in five cities, 53 municipal towns, and 1452 villages spread over an area of 38,863 square kilometers with an average population density of 819 per square kilometer. Of this, about 8.2 million people live in urban areas and 23.6 million live in rural areas. We investigate about 175,000 cases per year.
Kerala Police, in its present form, dates back to 1956 when the state itself was created in the course of re-organization of states following the independence of India in 1947. In the pre-independence era, the region consisted of the princely states of Travancore and Cochin, and the Malabar region that came under the erstwhile province of Madras. Although the princely states did have their traditional forms of policing all along, the semblance of a modern police force was created in the late 19th century under the British rule. Oliver H. Bensley became the first Superintendent of Police for the state of Travancore in 1881. As the organization grew, Khan Bahadur Sayyid Abdul Karim Suhrawardy became the first Inspector General of Police of Travancore in 1938. The state of Cochin got its first IGP in 1942. The IGP of Malabar was based at Madras. Many of the handwritten records and the weaponry used by the police force over a century ago survive to this date and provide an interesting peep into the past of the organization, the way it functioned and the society it served.