National Conference on ‘Criminal Activities and Radicalization in Jails

News:The Bureau of Police Research and Development(BPR&D) is organizing a National Conference on ‘Criminal Activities and Radicalization in Jails: Vulnerability of Inmates and Jail Staff and their Protection’. Facts: The conference will focus on the following issues: To understand various criminal activities at individual and gang level and considers safety measures for vulnerable inmates and… Continue reading National Conference on ‘Criminal Activities and Radicalization in Jails

Age of third-degree torture is over, Amit Shah tells police

Union Home minister has attended the 49th foundation day celebrations of the Bureau of Police Research and Development(BPRD). During the session,he stressed on the need for police reforms and suggested that police force should do away with the age-old third-degree torture and adopt more scientific and new methods of investigation to stay ahead of criminals.… Continue reading Age of third-degree torture is over, Amit Shah tells police

5.4 lakh police posts vacant in India, 1.3 lakh in UP alone

The Bureau of Police Research and Development(BPR&D) has released a report on “vacancies in the police organization”. The report has revealed that there are 5.28 lakh police posts are lying vacant in the police organisation. The states with high shortage of police personnel included Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal, Telangana, and Maharashtra while Nagaland is… Continue reading 5.4 lakh police posts vacant in India, 1.3 lakh in UP alone

Senior IPS officer V S Kaumudi appointed as BPR&D DG

Government has appointed IPS officer V S Kaumudi as the Director General of the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D). The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet(ACC) has approved the appointment by temporarily downgrading the post to the level of Additional Director General for a period of two years. BPR&D was established in 1970 with… Continue reading Senior IPS officer V S Kaumudi appointed as BPR&D DG