The notification for recruitment to the post of sub-inspector (SI) of the Police of Bangladesh Police, who have experienced minimum graduate pass and Computer Experience from the approved University, has been published. They will be appointed in the Bangladesh Police Force for the post of External Cadet Sub-Inspector (Disarmed) of 2019.
Initially, candidates who have completed physical examination will be required to submit the application form and submit their respective ranges to DIG office on 7 May. Physical size and the test will be held at 9 am on 28th, 29th, and 30th April. It will be held in eight divisional ranges of police.
At the time, the original copy of the candidates’ educational qualification certificates, the original copy of the certificates issued by the head of the latest educational institution, the original copy of the national ID card, the original copy of the citizenship certificate, 3 copies of the certified passport size color photographs will be brought along with the required documents mentioned in the notice.
SI Job Circular 2019
Application Eligibility: Applicants must have a minimum graduate degree to apply for the post of sub-inspector. As well as have experience in computer. Candidates must be Bangladeshi citizens and unmarried. General candidates should be between 19 and 27 years of age on 1st April 2019 and for the freedom fighters, the same age should be between 19 to 32 years of age.
Physical fitness: The height of 5 feet 4 inches, the size of the chest should be 30 inches and 32 inches in elongated condition for male candidates. In the case of female candidates, height should be at least 5 feet 2 inches.
Examination Time: Candidates who have passed the physical examination on the scheduled date will be given a written test first. From 10 am to 1 am on June 16, 2019, 100 marks will be done in English, Bangla composition. From 10 am to 1 am on June 17th, 2019, 100 marks will be conducted on general knowledge and arithmetic. On June 18, 2019, from 10 am to 10 pm, psychology test will be 25. Candidates of the examination place will be informed later.
Application form sends: Candidates who have passed a physical examination and physical examinations will have to buy the application form at the cash price of Taka three hundred on the same date from the DIG of the respective range. Then, according to the Bangladesh Police, the necessary documents should be attached with the original copy of the ship’s shipment by Treasury shipment in the number of examination fees of 300 Taka 1 – 2211-0000 – 2031 or 12202011359541422326 from any nationalized bank. The application form will be submitted in the respective ranges of DIG office by May 7, 2019, properly.
Salary and benefits:
After successful completion of basic training, according to the tenth grade of National Pay Scale of 2015, salary will be given on the scale of 16000-38640.
Apart from this, traffic allowance, free clothing, risk allowance, low cost rationing and medical facilities. There will be an opportunity for UN peacekeeping missions, including the promotion of higher positions in accordance with the rules.
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The police have a long and long history. A study in history shows that the police were as old civilization. Police in the city of Rome arose in Augustus during the fiftieth century, a special institution in the middle of it, the history of police is very old in Bangladesh.
Manoj Sangita, Emperor Asoka, and renowned travelers on hieroglyphs are the main sources of our history. From this source, the history of this gate and the history of Bangladesh Police is composed. In the medium of economics, nine Gupta Char types are mentioned. At this time efforts were made to maintain law and order in the anti-government activities and government barriers to collect police intelligence. The responsibility of Gupta Chari is in such a way that they are used to conduct surveillance on the activities of the army, civil and military officials. Greed and provocation for all this are used in the money. Information about search strategy and investigation authority can be found in the dialectics. The accused in the process of punishment is found in this book. So it was assumed that under the autonomous local rules, there could be a kind of police in rural and urban areas.
Detailed information about policing is not available during the medieval period. During the great sultans, an official police station layout was noticed. The police officer in charge of Kotwal was in charge of the city area. Information regarding the police system of the Mughal period can be found in the Ain-i-Akbari texts. The medieval police system was introduced by Sher Shah Shuri, during the time of the great emperor Akbar, the system was further organized. The emperor divides his criminal administrative structure (the chief representative of the emperor) Mir Court and the Qazi (Chief of the judiciary) and the Kotwal (the chief city police officer) in three parts. This system is very effective in maintaining law and order in the city. Kotwali police system has been implemented in Dhaka city. Many district Sadar police stations are still called kotwali police station. The Mughal Empire Kotwal appeared as an institution.
A faujdar government has been appointed as the head of the administrative unit (district). There were artillery and cavalry under some faujdar. Thanadar posters were appointed as parganas separators in small places. Until the Mughal period even though a disciplined professional British police system was not introduced. Yet in general, it was demonstrated that law and order and crime preventive administration were very effective here during the reign of Muslim rulers.
Sir Robert Peel felt the absence of a systematic police force after the rise in crime levels in England’s social system due to the industrial revolution. In 1829, the British Prime Minister brought a bill to form a police force in Parliament. London Metropolitan Police is formed in the context of this. Not only Europe, but its success in preventing or preventing crime has responded well in America. In 1833, the City of Nyaiyar City City Police was formed in the compilation of London Metropolitan Police.
In 1858, the British government accepted full control of the rule of India from the East India Company. The success of the London Police, set up under the Peels Act, 1829, inspires the British government to form separate police fuses in India. In 1861 the Commission of the Police Act (Act V of 1861) passed the British Parliament. Under this Act, one police force is formed in every province of India. As the police chief, an Inspector General of Police and Superintendent of Police are appointed as the District Police Chief. This arrangement made by the British is still being introduced by the Bangladesh Police.
After the partition of Bangladesh in 1947, the name of Bangladesh police was first named East Bengal Police. Later it changed to East Pakistan Police name. Police activities continued until this year’s liberation war of 1971.
The role of police in Bangladesh’s liberation war
The most glorious time in the history of Bangladesh Police is 1971. A Deputy Inspector General in the Liberation War, almost all the police members, including several SP, gave life to the liberation struggle of the Bengals. The Pakistani provincial government lost control over the province’s police force from March 1971. Police members of the police publicly stood against Pakistan. They made resistance against the Pakistani army’s latest war machine with the 303 rifles canceled on March 25, 1971, at the Razarbagh Police Lines of Dhaka in World War II. Bangladesh police members formed the first armed resistance against Pakistani invaders. This armed resistance brought the message of armed war to the Bengali people. Later, these members of the police took part in guerrilla warfare throughout the country for nine months and developed strong resistance against the Pakistani army. List of 1262 martyred police members is found in the documents of the war of liberation war.
In context, the sub-divisional police officer of Jhenaidah, Mahbubuddin Ahmed, Bir Bikram, handed over the historic guard of honor on April 17, 1971, after the oath of Mujib Nagar government took the oath.
After the War of Liberation, Bangladesh Police was organized in the name of. Bangladesh police play a major role in protecting law and order like a police force in other countries, protecting people’s property and property, crime prevention, and prevention. The liberation war has brought great change to the country’s police-terrorist role. Not only does the law enforcement and prevention or suppression of crime, but Bangladesh Police also plays an important role in continuing the country’s economic progress. In the past decade, Bangladesh Police has demonstrated the efficiency of controlling militancy and controlling militancy. Police members are constantly presenting their creativity with their innovative power and professionalism to deal with crime. Because of the bribery of the bribe, this force, once accused, has become a proud force of the people by recognizing its occupation and responsibility for the people.
Bangladesh Police Organization
The Chief of Bangladesh Police is the Inspector General of Police (IGP). Under his leadership, the Bangladesh Police Organization is divided into several categories.
- Range Police
- Special Bronze (SB)
- Department of Criminal Investigation (CID)
- Railway police (GRP)
- Highway Police
- Industrial Police
- Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI)
- Special Security of Protection Battalion (SPBN)
- Armed Police Battalion (APBN)
- Airport Armed Police Battalion (AAP)
- Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)
- Tourist police
- Community Police of Bangladesh
Range and District Police
Apart from the capital Dhaka and other metropolitan cities, the entire police force was divided into separate ranges. Each of the ranges is headed by a Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG). He is the controlling officer of the district police under him. Currently, there are eight ranges in eight administrative departments and two separate ranges namely railway and highway police.
District Superintendent of Police (SP) is the district police chief.
In each district, one or more additional superintendents of police were recruited to assist the Superintendent of Police.
Each police district is divided into one or more circles. An Assistant Superintendent of Police is the head of the circle as the chief officer.
Each police circle consists of several police stations. A police inspector is acting as officer-in-charge of the police station. Under him, some sub-inspectors conduct overall activities of the police. In the case of Bangladeshi law, the only sub-inspector officer can submit a charge sheet in court to anyone.
Under each range, own Special Reserve Armed Force (SAF), under the own Range Reserve Force (RRF) and district police, maintain the status of the emergency, illegal assembly or riot. They were deployed under the direction of the police super or the officer. These forces of armed constables are not used in general police activities. Their VIP security is deployed during the tasks of security, fairs, festivals, athletic events, elections, and natural disasters. Who are the students or workers of labor unrest, organized crime, and communal riots, maintaining key post and also using them in anti-terrorist operations.
Eight Police Range names of eight divisions
- Dhaka Range
- Chittagong Ranges
- Khulna range
- Rajshahi Range
- Sylhet Range
- Barisal Range
- Rangpur Range
- Mymensingh Range
- Railway ranges
- Highway Range
Metropolitan Police has been formed to protect the law and order in six divisional cities, according to the Police Commissionerate System under the Metropolitan Act. In 1976, the first Dhaka Metropolitan Police was formed. Later six more divisional cities formed six additional Metropolitan Police Forces.
Metropolitan Police List
- Dhaka Metropolitan Police
- Chittagong Metropolitan Police
- Khulna Metropolitan Police
- Sylhet Metropolitan Police
- Rajshahi Metropolitan Police
- Barisal Metropolitan Police
- Gazipur Metropolitan Police
- Rangpur Metropolitan Police
Detective Branch (DB)
Detective Branch (DB) is a specialized police unit. It is a highly skilled, sophisticated and technologically dependent branch. Each metropolitan police and district police have their own intelligence wing.
Special weapons and procedures (SWAT)
Special Weapons And Tactics (Special Weapons And Tactics) An elite branch of Dhaka Metropolitan Police Unit It was formed on 28th February 2009. Swat works under the Detective Branch of Dhaka Metropolitan Police Unit. Swat unit members use the latest weapons and equipment. They are trained at home and abroad. Swat members were deployed to deal with emergency necessities and crisis management, terrorist attacks, hostage rescue, etc.
Traffic police work under the district police in small towns and under metropolitan police in large cities. Traffic police compel drivers of vehicles to comply with traffic laws and take legal action against those who violate the traffic rules.
Special Branch (SB)
The Special Branch of police is working to collect intelligence information to protect national security.
Immigration and security-related services to Bangladeshi and foreign passengers arriving in Bangladesh from abroad and abroad. Immigration services are provided by special branches of Bangladesh Police.
Crime Search Department (CID)
The Crime Investigation Department (CID) of police deals with terrorism, killing and organizing organized crime. CIDs give them forensic support to other law enforcement agencies. CID headquarters in Malibagh of Dhaka. CID operates two training institutes called Detective Training School and Forensic Training School.
Railway police (GRP)
Railway Police act as law enforcement agency on the border of Bangladesh Railway. They are responsible for maintaining the discipline of the railway station platform, to keep passengers traveling on trains. If the incident happened in the train accidents, they would take the appropriate measures. The head of the railway police range is a deputy inspector general (railway police) rank officer of a police officer. There are two railway zones under the railway police range, one is Saidpur and the other is Chittagong. All the administrative activities of a Superintendent of Police (SRP) of the Railway Police are run by railway police.
The Highway Police started its journey in 2005 when the government realized the need to form highway police to ensure highway safety and ensure traffic-free traffic management.  The deputy inspector general (highway police) is the chief officer of the highway police range. There are two Highway Police Wing under Highway Police Range. Headquarters of the Eastern Wing is located in Comilla and the headquarters of Western Wing, Bogra. Each wing is headed by a Superintendent of Police (Highway). Highway police presence on the highway nationwide is not very satisfactory due to inadequate manpower and traffic crises.
Industrial police started the journey on October 31, 2010, to deal with possible labor disorder, in order to protect law and order and protect intelligence and protect the unrest in the labor laws, 2006. Presently the number of members of this unit is 2990.
Four working areas of industrial police-
- Industrial Police-1, Ashulia, Dhaka.
- Industrial Police-2, Gazipur.
- Industrial Police-3, Chittagong.
- Industrial Police-4, Narayanganj.
- Industrial Police-5, Mymensingh.
- Industrial Police-6, Khulna.
Special Security and Protection Battalion (SPBn)
In 2012, a special unit of police named Battalion was established in the name of special security and protection to protect the security of the President, the Prime Minister, foreign national guests. This sub-inspector is supervised by the Additional Inspector General of APBN. The force started the journey with two defense battalions initially.
Armed Police Battalion
The Armed Police Battalion (APBN), an elite unit of Bangladesh Police force, has a total of eleven armed police battalions spread across Bangladesh, including a female battalion. Additional Inspector General of Police Additional Commissioner
The location of several Armed Police battalions is given below:
1st Armed Police Battalion Uttara, Dhaka 2nd Armed Police Battalion Muktagachha, Mymensingh 3rd Armed Police Battalion Khulna 4th Armed Police Battalion Bogra 5th Armed Police Battalion Uttara, Dhaka Sixth Armed Police Battalion, Mahalchari, Khagrachari 7th Armed Police Battalion, Ashulia, Dhaka 8th Armed Police Battalion Sylhet , (Currently the location of Dhaka Airport) 9th Armed Pu The Industrial Division’s 10th Battalion, Armed Police Battalion in Barisal 11th Armed Police Battalion (F), Uttara, Dhaka
Airport Armed Police (AAP)
A special unit of APBN has been engaged in the airport area to maintain the safety of international airports in Bangladesh as the Airport Armed Police (AAP). At present, the EPBN Shahjalal International Airport is erected to protect the security of Dhaka.
Airport Armed Police (AAP) Dhaka, the largest and busiest airport in Bangladesh, special unit of Bangladesh Police responsible for law enforcement at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. AAP is a battalion of Bangladesh Armed Police Battalion (APBn). According to the government’s decision, the armed police arrested Armed Police Battalion (APBn) in order to ensure internal security, according to Section 6 of the Armed Police Battalion Ordinance, the government is empowered to recover the weapons and explosives, and any other responsibility, to establish armed police battles to take full security responsibilities in the airport, airport arduous Police more effective In order to perform its duties in the jurisdiction of the way, and efficiently deployed from 1 June 2011, the Airport Armed Police maintains good relation and cooperation with other airports such as civil aviation authorities, customs, different intelligence units, airlines, and other operators. With partners. (Including 100 female members) 100 employees have been assigned the largest airport security duty in Bangladesh. There are four types of teams to protect the airport armed police, namely the airport:
Bangladesh Police Helpline
A mobile application called ‘BD Police Helpline’ was launched in October 2016 to ensure the speed and transparency of Bangladesh Police activities. When a complaint is made through this, it automatically reaches the concerned police station to the police headquarters. At present, if you face any problem than you can call 999 without any charge. The police will help you as soon as possible.
Contribution to UN peacekeeping work
In 1989, Bangladesh Police acted as the member of the first UN representative of the UN mission in Namibia. From then onwards, Bangladesh Police personnel are working in Ivory Coast, Sudan, Darfur, Liberia, Cosabo, East Timor, DR Congo, Angola, Haiti, and other missions respectively. In 2005, the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission Ivory Coast launched the first Inspectorate of Police Units (FPU). At present, the presence of the highest number of police personnel in the peacekeeping mission is presently. In Bangladesh, there are 2050 people working in the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in six countries of the world, with the combined FPU of two women police (including one in Haiti in Congo).
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