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Government of Bengal Bengal Police. Police Regulations Bengal 1943

1944

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Summary

In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 241 of the Government of India Act 1935 and section 2 of the Police Act 1861 (V of 1861) read with section 243 of the Government of India Act 1935 the Governor is pleased to make regulation 840 in the Police Regulations Bengal 1943 prescribing the conditions of service of Deputy Superintendents of Police and th [...] In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-setion (1) of section 241 of the Government of India Act 1936 and section 2 of the Police Act 1861 (V of 1861) read with section 243 of the Government of India Act 1935 the Governor is pleased to make the following regulations in the Police Regultions Bengal 1943 regulating appointment and conditions of service of members of t [...] In exercise of the power conferred by section 2 of the Police Act 1861 (V of 1861) read with section 243 of the Government of India Act 1935 the Governor is pleased to make the regultions 774 778 780A 781 782 and 1227 in the Police Regultions Bengal 1943 prescribing the conditions of service of members of the subordinate ranks of the Bengal Police.3 NOTIFICATION No. [...] It is not necessary for him to examine the details of the working of the department but he should give special attention t(i) the general diary and the manner in which it is written up; (ii) the recording of vital statistics ; (iii) the proper working of the Arms Act ; (iv) the methods of collecting crop statistics ; (v) the working of the rural police; (vi) the general state of crime in the p [...] (a) The chief object of an inspection is to see that the police are working properly for the control and prevention of crime; and inspecting officers should therefore pay particular attention to the following :— (i) the conduct of investigations; (ii) the collection of information about criminals; (iii) the local progress of crime; (iv) the application of preventive measures; (v) the employment of

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Cover i-ii unknown

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Frontmatter 1-3 unknown

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Frontmatter i-v unknown

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Chapter I. Organization 1-4 unknown

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Chapter II. Relations with Other Departments 4-12 unknown

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Chapter III. Direction and Control 12-37 unknown

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Chapter IV. Privileges and General Instructions 37-70 unknown

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Chapter V. Circle Inspectors 70-75 unknown

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Chapter VI. The Police-Station 76-188 unknown

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Chapter VII. Court Police 188-239 unknown

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Chapter VIII. Railway Police 239-259 unknown

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Chapter IX. Criminal Investigation Department 259-276 unknown

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Chapter X. Establishments 276-287 unknown

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Chapter XI. Special Armed Force 287-323 unknown

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Chapter XII. Appointment Recruitment and Promotion 323-346 unknown

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Chapter XIII. Pay Increments and Allowances 346-354 unknown

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Chapter XIV. Training and Examination 354-372 unknown

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Chapter XV. Leave Postings and Transfers 372-383 unknown

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Chapter XVI. Resignation Retirement Pension and Gratuity 383-389 unknown

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Chapter XVII. Punishments and Appeals 389-404 unknown

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Chapter XVIII. Reserve office 404-419 unknown

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Chapter XIX. Uniform and clothing 419-450 unknown

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Chapter XX. Arms Ammunition and Stores 450-470 unknown

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Chapter XXI. Medical Attendance and Police Hospitals 470-476 unknown

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Chapter XXII. Honours Decorations and Rewards 476-490 unknown

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Chapter XXIII. Superintendent’s office 490-516 unknown

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Chapter XXIV. Accounts 516-565 unknown

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Chapter XXV. Buildings and Housing 565-579 unknown

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Chapter XXVI. Furniture Forms Stationery and Stamps 579-583 unknown

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government politics public policy

Pages
617
SARF Document ID
sarf.100002