Assam Police

Assam Police comes under direct control of Department of Home Affairs, Government of Assam. The Assam Police is headed by Director General of Police (DGP). Assam Police forces are organized into Police Ranges, headed by an Inspector General of Police (IG) or Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) who control several Police Districts. The Police District is the fulcrum of state police activity and each Police District of the state is headed by a Superintendent of Police (SP).

                   The Police District is divided into Police Sub-Divisions and will be under the command of a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) or Subdivision Police Officer (SDPO). The Police Sub-Division is made up of one or more Police Circles, and is under the command of Circle Inspector (CI). Under the Police Circles are the police stations, generally under the control of a Sub-Inspector (SI). As per the various Indian laws, Sub-Inspector (and above) are the only officers who can file a charge sheet in the court. Assam Police has 28 reserved Battalions under APBN, APTF, IRBN and Commando Category.

• 14 Battalions under APBN in various parts of Assam
• 4 APTF Battalions
• 8 Battalions under IRBN viz. 15th,16th, 19th,20th, 21st,22nd, 23rd, 24th AP (IR)BN and 25th AP(ONGC) BN
• 1 Commando Battalion

                   With the growth and development of the police administration in the post-colonial era, a number of new branches were established to meet the increasing demands of law and order and also of a peculiar situation arising in the state, such as the large-scale infiltration of the foreign nationals from across the border causing a serious imbalance in the demographic structure of the state and threatening national security. Some of these newly created branches are:

1. Bureau of Investigation (Economic Offenses)
2. Special Branch
3. Criminal Investigation Dept.(C.I.D)
4. Vigilance and Anticorruption
5. Special Task Force
6. Assam Police Border Organization
7. Assam Police Radio Organization
8. Assam River Police Organization
9. State Fire Service Organization
10. All Women Police Station
11. Directorate of Forensic Science Assam
12. Village Defense Organization.

                    The Assam Police has grown from strength to strength during the last two decade. In 1980 it had a force of 40,290 and at the end of the 20th century its numerical strength stands at 61,263.Since its humble origins over a century ago, the Assam Police has made great strides and today it is a well-organized and disciplined force with a long record of useful service behind it. During the course of the past decades, the Assam Police has developed proud and healthy traditions of service and conduct and though it had its failure and shortcomings, it has been able to play its part with credit and distinction and its record and performance have been as good and as worthy as that of any other police force in India. See More....


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