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  2. Jharkhand Police - Wikipedia

    Jharkhand Police is the law enforcement agency for the state of Jharkhand, India. Jharkhand Police was formed in 2000. Jharkhand Police is headed by Director General of Police and headquartered in Ranchi, Jharkhand. Jharkhand police have 4 levels of Joining. The Top positions are filled by Indian Police Service Officers recruited by the Union ...

  3. Jharkhand Public Service Commission - Wikipedia

    Jharkhand Public Service Commission. Jharkhand Public Service Commission, [1] commonly known as JPSC is a state agency of Jharkhand constituted to recruit the candidates, conduct written competitive examinations and the interviews for state civil services and other examination in its jurisdiction.

  4. State Police Services - Wikipedia

    The State Police Services ( SPS ), also simply known as State Police, are the police services under the control of respective state governments of the States and union territories of India. State Police Service is known by different names in different states of India. For example, it is known as Tamil Nadu Police Service (TPS) in Tamil Nadu ...

  5. Central Reserve Police Force - Wikipedia

    Website. crpf .gov .in. Central Reserve Police Force ( CRPF) is a reserve gendarmerie and internal combat force in India under the authority of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) of the Government of India. It is one among the Central Armed Police Forces. The CRPF's primary role lies in assisting the State/Union Territories in police operations ...

  6. Government of Jharkhand - Wikipedia

    Chief Justice. Sanjaya Kumar Mishra. The Government of Jharkhand also known as the State Government of Jharkhand, or locally as State Government, is the supreme governing authority of the Indian state of Jharkhand and its 24 districts. It consists of an executive, led by the Governor of Jharkhand, a judiciary and a legislative branch.

  7. Central Armed Police Forces - Wikipedia

    Website. www .mha .gov .in /about-us /central-armed-police-forces. Central Armed Police Forces ( CAPF) is the collective name of central police organisations in India under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). [2] These are technically paramilitary forces formerly known as Central Para-Military Forces (CPMF). Since 2011, India adopted the term ...

  8. Police forces of the states and union territories of India

    In most states and territories, police forces are divided into civil (unarmed) police and armed contingents. Civil police staff police stations, conduct investigations, answer routine complaints, perform traffic duties, and patrol the streets. They usually carry lathis: bamboo staffs, weighted (or tipped) with iron.