Karnataka State Police Recruitment 2012
The police force in Karnataka, is formed by the government of Karnataka, with clear objectives. The head of the state Police is the Director General and Inspector General of Police, who functions from the Police Headquarters, Nrupathunga Road, Bangalore
The Police’s responsibility is to save the lives and retain the liberties of the people of the state, from harm. It should also take care of the law and order. They wanted to protect the human rights, integrity and honesty among the people in the society. They wanted to minimize burglary, fraud, murder and any violent activity that is unfavorable to the society.
The police function is categorised into different wings such as Law and order, intelligence wing, crime and technical services wing, special police units, Karnataka State Police, Communication, logistics and modernization wing. The state has many training institutes in cities and towns like Bangalore, Mysore, Channapatna, Muridabad, Khanapur and Gulbarga.
The police stations are functional units in the cities and towns in the state, headed by inspectors. The books say that there are 906 police stations, 230 circle offices, 91 SDPOs and 31 DPOs in the state. Under each inspector, there will be a number of sub-inspector, assistant sub-inspectors and constables. The rural police stations are grouped into circles, which come under sub-divisions, led by Deputy Superintendents of police. The Police Inspectors take care of the police circles. The administration is divided into different regions, consisting of a group of districts, each region headed by Inspector General of Police. In Bangalore city, the administration is headed by the Commissioner of Police of the rank of Additional DGP. The Deputy Inspector General of Police, controls the Mysore and Hubli-Dharwad cities. All these Officers are sub-ordinates to Director General and Inspector General of Police, Karnataka.
Karnataka State Police recruitment
The Karnataka State Police recruitment is done with the sole objective of sincerity and efficiency. Hence, it is totally transparent, devoid of bribes or anything in its favor. There are soaring chances, where candidates become victims to forgery people who collect money illegally. The charges should be paid under proper acknowledgement or receipt. Corruption is least encouraged in any form and if there any sign of it, it should be immediately reported to Additional Director General of Police, Recruitment & Training. Ph: 080 22942231/ Deputy Inspector General of Police, recruitment & Training. Ph: 080 22942261. Complaints can also be sent to the email address: email@example.com. For more information on Karnataka State Police and Karnataka State Police jobs, please visit the Karnataka State Police official website.
Karnataka State Police recruitment 2012
The people aspiring for roles in the Karnataka State Police, can directly visit the District Police Superintendent or Commissioner office, by paying the prescribed fee and get the original Karnataka State Police recruitment application form (Please note, photo copies are rejected), having a unique application number and district code.
The application form has to be prevailed from the district office, where you want to get yourself placed. Do make this a point that the application boughten one district is legitimate for only that district and posting it at another district will be declined. Karnataka State Police recruitment applications 2012 can also be filled online.