What is the role of police in society?

What is the role of police in society?

Police officers are both part of the community they serve and the government protecting that community. The purpose of law enforcement in a free society is to promote public safety and uphold the rule of law so that individual liberty may flourish.

Is PSC exam tough?

When compared to IAS exam, the state PSC exam is less hard. So you can definitely fare well and your chances of getting selected for Class 1 officer will be much better.

What is the full name of DSP?

Deputy superintendent of police (DSP) is a rank used by several police forces in the Commonwealth and formerly in the British Empire. The rank is usually above assistant superintendent and below superintendent.

Which stream is best for DSP?

You can choose any of the 3 streams i.e Science,Commerce and Arts. But choosing Arts it Commerce would be beneficial as you’d get lot of time to prepare for IPS exam.

What is ASI post in police?

In the police forces of India, an Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) is a non-gazetted police officer ranking above a police head constable and below a Sub-inspector. He/she can be an Investigating officer. A.S.I. is often the officer in charge of Police Outposts or “phari” and Investigation Centres.

What are the 3 roles of police officers?

Police typically are responsible for maintaining public order and safety, enforcing the law, and preventing, detecting, and investigating criminal activities. These functions are known as policing.

How can I become DSP in HP?

To become a DSP in himachal Pradesh you have to give Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission (HPAS). Clear the HPAS and you will get into himachal Pradesh police. After the training period, you will become a DSP.

What is the highest post in police?

Director General of Police

What is the salary of DSP in Bihar?

Bihar Police DSP Salary

Bihar Police DSP Salary
Grade Pay Rs 5,400
6th Initial Basic Pay Rs 14,700
7th CPC Basic Pay Rs 53,100
Gross Salary per month Rs 75,000 to 94,000