POLICE HEAD QUARTERS
For the development and advancement of civilization and culture, the establishment of rule of law is a must. It is the Police, which enforces the law and order in the society and thus help protect the pace of development. The Police Head Quarters was established in the year 1965. It was then headed by an Inspector General of Police. The first Inspector General of Police was Sri R.N. Sheopoory, IPS from 1965 to 1967. On 2nd February 1987, Sri H.C. Jatav, IPS joined as the first Director General of Police, Tripura. The State is divided into 8 Police Districts comprising 25 Police sub-divisions, 68 Police Stations and 37 Police Out Posts. The organisation as of now have 1 Director General of Police, 1 Additional Director General of Police, 5 Inspector Generals of Police, 2 DIGsP and Superintendents / Commandants of various units. There are 12 Battalions of Tripura State Rifles of which 9 are India Reserve Battalions.
SHRI C. BALASUBRAMANIAN, IPS
DIRECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE
Shri C. Baslasubramanian, IPS (MT: 1981) is native of Sholavandan, Madurai District, Tamil Nadu. After completion of his school education at his native place and college education (M.Sc Chemistry) at Madurai, he worked as a Faculty of Chemistry Department, Aditanar College of Arts & Science, Tiruchendur, Tamilnadu for about 5 years (1976-81). He joined in IPS on 05.12.1981 and was allotted to Tripura part of Manipur-Tripura cadre. On completion of the basic training at SVP NPA, Hyderabad, he reported to Tripura in 1983. Initially he worked as SDPO Belonia, South Tripura (May 1983- Dec. 1984). Subsequently he held various posts in Tripura vice Addl. SP South District, SP South District, SP (SB) with additional charge of SP (CID), AIG and SP North District (1989 – 1990). During his second tenure in Tripura (1998 – 2001), he worked as DIG (HQ), DIG (Southern Range) with additional charge of DIG (AP) and IGP (Admn. & Trg). During his 3rd tenure in Tripura (2006 – 2009) he served as IGP (L&O) with additional charge of IGP (AP&Ops) and Addl. DG (L&O, AP & Ops).
Shri C. Balasubramanian got opportunity to serve in various central police organizations under Government of India. He worked in CBI as SP for about 7 ½ years (1990 – 97) during which he supervised various important and sensitive cases including Shri Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, being member of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) CBI. While working in CRPF on deputation as DIG and IG (2001 – 2006), he worked at Chennai, Jammu in J&K and Hyderabad and supervised antiterrorist operations and anti naxalite operations carried out by CRPF in Jammu region of J&K and Andhra Pradesh respectively. He also served at SVP National Police Academy as Joint Director (2009 – 2012). On promotion as Addl. DG, he joined in CRPF and was posted at Guwahati as Addl. DG, CRPF North-East Zone with additional charge of Addl. DG, CRPF Central Zone, Kolkata (Nov. 2012 – June 2013).
On repatriation from CRPF, Shri C. Balasubramanian joined in Tripura Police on 28.06.2013 and has been functioning as DGP Tripura w.e.f 01.07.2013. He has been decorated with Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 1998, President’s Police Medal for Distinguishing Service in 2006, Police Special Duty Medals for having served in Tripura & J&K and Internal Security Medal.
SRI KISHORE JHA, IPS
ADDITIONAL DIRECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE
Sri KISHORE JHA, IPS was allotted the Tripura part of the Manipur-Tripura cadre and joined the State in 1984 on completion of his basic training at the National Police Academy (NPA), Hyderabad. He was posted as SDPO, Khowai, Additional S.P (South) and Commandant, TAP 2nd Bn., before his posting as SP, North. Following this he did a short strint in the Special Branch before proceeding on central deputation.
Sri Jha remained on central deputation from 1989 to 1998 in the National Crime Records Bureau and the Cabinet Secretariat. On his return from Central deputation he was posted as DIG (Communication) and subsequently, as DIG (CID) & Intelligence. He was promoted as Inspector General of Police in the year 2000 and continued as Inspector General of Police (Intelligence) supervising the Special Branch, CID and other units.
Shri Jha proceeded on his second Central deputation in 2002. During his deputation to the Central Secretariat Shri Jha occupied various posts at Delhi in the Cabinet Secretariat, on the western front and subsequently, did a foreign assignment. He returned to the Cadre in May, 2011 and functioned as ADGP (TSR). He is presently posted at Tripura Bhavan New Delhi.
Sri Jha has been awarded the Police Medal for Meritorious Services and the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Services.
SHRI K NAGARAJ, IPS
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE (ADMINISTRATION))
Shri K. Nagaraj joined the Indian Police Service in 1983 and was allotted to Tripura. After initial training, he joined as SDPO, Khowai during August 1985. He later served as Addl. SP(Rural), West, SP(North) and Commandant IInd TAP Bn in Tripura. From March, 1989 to June, 1991 he served on inter-state deputation to the Government of Andhra Pradesh where he served as SP(Warangal District – a Maoist strong hold), as well as SP (CID). During the years 1991-1995, he served as Principal, Central Detective School, Hyderabad and imparted training in use of scientific aids for crime investigation. On promotion as DIG, he worked as DIG (AP & Ops), DIG (Northern Range) and DIG, Tripura Range. In February 2001, he proceeded on central deputation and joined the CRPF wherein, apart from his regular duties, he managed a CRPF Public School and a 100 Bed Base Hospital at Hyderabad. In 2006, he returned to the cadre and was posted as IGP (AP & Ops). From February 2010 to April 2012 he worked as IGP(Law & Order), Tripura. During this period, Tripura Police could gain effective control over insurgency and general crime in the State. Major crimes like Crime Against Women, Road Traffic Accidents and other heinous offences showed a decline during this period. A well received Community Policing initiative “PRAYAAS” was also launched w.e.f. January 2011. After a brief tenure as IGP (Training) he is presently functioning as IGP (Administration). Shri Nagaraj has Post Graduate Degrees in Business Administration and English Literature. He is also a Law Graduate.
SHRI BIMAL KANTI RAY, IPS,
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE ( TRAINING)
Shri B. K Ray, TPS Gr. – I, was appointed in Indian Police Service in Manipur – Tripura cadre in 1993. After his induction in the Indian Police Service, he worked as Supdt. of Police in Dhalai and South Tripura districts. He also held the posts of SP (OPs), SP (Procurement), AIGP (OPS) and AIGP (HQ). On promotion, he was posted as DIG (HQ). After that he worked as Range DIG in Northern and Southern Range, Tripura. He served in Kosovo as a member of the U.N. Peace Keeping Force during 2001-2002. On promotion, he was posted as IGP (TSR & OPS) in 2011. Presently, Shri Ray is posted as IGP (Training). He was awarded Indian Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 2000, UN Peace Keeping Medal in 2001, Antrik Surakhsa Seva Padak in 2002 and the President’s Police Medal for distinguished service in 2010.
SHRI TARUN BARAN ROY, IPS,
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE (TSR)
Shri T.B. Roy, B.A. Hons, M.A. joined in Tripura Police Service (Gr-II) in September’1983. As SDPO he worked in various Sub-divisions and he got promotion as Addl. SP in 1991 and worked as Addl. SP(West) and as Addl. SP(SB). He took over the charge as Principal (PTC) in 1996 and went on trainers’ training at Lancashire, U.K. in 1997. He worked as SP(Dhalai) from 1998 to 1999, as SP (South) from 2000 to 2001 and as SP(West) from 2003 to 2004. He also worked as SP(Procurement) and SP(Traffic) from 2001 to 2003 and again from 2003 to 2008. He got promotion as DIG in 2008 and worked as DIGP (N/R) and DIGP (HQr). He worked as DIGP (AP & Ops) from 2009 to 20012. He got promotion as IG and worked as IGP (Administration) from 19.04.2012 to 09.12.2012 and presently he is posted as IGP (TSR) w.e.f. 10.12.2012. He attended various courses in India at various institutions.
He was awarded Police Medal for Meritorious Service in 2000 and presented the same in 2001. He was awarded President’s Police Medal for distinguished service in 2011 and was presented the same on the occasion of Independence Day’2011.
He attended Mid Carrier Training programme at Hyderabad and U.K. and was the winner of prize on college policy presentation during the course.
SHRI NEPAL CHANDRA DAS, IPS,
KHATRA JOY REANG, IPS
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