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Data on

Police Organisations
in India
As on 01-01-2006

BUREAU OF POLICE RESEARCH


&
DEVELOPMENT
NEW DELHI
Note for readers
This booklet contain informations from data received from various Police Forces. However, user is cautioned to
exercise his discreation, judgement and verification about facts & figures.

© 2007, BPR&D, New Delhi

Published by : Bodh Raj Sharma, Joint Asstt. Director (Statistics) on behalf of BPR&D, Block No. 11, 3rd & 4th Floor,
CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003 and designed by Ambassador, New Delhi.
GRATITUDE

Gratitude space……
“All know the way; FEW actually walk it”
- Lord Buddha

In policing it is not so. Actually FEW know the way and large majority is uncertain about it. What we
need is to change this FEW into significant FEW who can make lasting impact on quality of policing.

BPR&D has been making its small efforts to promote Good Practices and Standards in the field of
Police and Correctional Administration (Prisons) in the country.

‘Data on Police Organizations in India’ is one of the many initiatives of the BPR&D to present to
all the stakeholders in the Criminal Justice System in general and police officials in particular, such small information
give them access to and an insight into basic and vital statistics about police administration all over the country.
It is a source of valuable data about Police in one place to be put in it to such diverse uses as planning for
infrastructure building for police, undertaking research projects to reach at the root of various unusual trends,
to use it as objective and empirical inputs for policy decisions respecting police and policing in the country etc.

Publication of this edition of Data on Police Organizations has been the outcome of collaborative
relationship between the Ministry of Home Affairs and the Heads of CPFs, Director General/Inspector General
of Police of all States and UTs, Director, NCRB and others, who not only furnished the requisite data pertaining
to their States/UTs but also had it checked and rechecked as and when requested by the Bureau. Our sincere
gratitude is due to all of them and their officers.

The task of compiling and analyzing the data received from 28 States and 7 UTs and CPFs of the country
is not only a very laborious exercise but also needs rich inputs of guidance from the senior officers of the Bureau
in order to derive logical and intelligent inferences from the data so compiled and analyzed.

My personal gratitude are due for the most valuable guidance of Dr. Kiran Bedi, DG, Shri Rakesh Jaruhar,
Director (Training), Shri Sanjay Baniwal, Deputy Director, who have been very indulgent with the statistical unit
of R&D Division to bring the publication up to the desired quality. The change in get up and style of presentation
of data in this edition is specially attributed to DG, BPR&D.

Statistical Unit of the Bureau ably headed by Shri B.R. Sharma with valuable contribution from Shri Anil
H. Ramteke, Senior Investigator, Grade-I, Smt. Uma Negi, Senior Investigator, Grade-II, Smt. Neelam Gera, PA,
Shri Harjeet Singh, Steno, Shri Sundeep Saxena, Steno, and Shri Naveen Berry, DEO, have really worked
commendably to make this publication a reality. Shri A.K. Sood, AD (Admn) has been a valuable source of strength
to this unit.

Last but not the least of Shri Achal K. Paul Director, M/s Buzz Communications, who offered his creativity
to the document.

Suitably abridged version of this publication is also be available very shortly on our website www.bprd.gov.in.

(R.C. Arora)
Director (R&D)
CONTENTS
Data on Police Organizations in India

Table No. Particulars Page No.

Basic Police Data

1.1 States/UTs -Basic Police Data 4-12


1.2 Population per Policeman / Comparative area of 13
responsibility /Transport facility Per 100 Policemen
1.3 States/UTs-wise Area and Projected Population 17

Police Administrative Offices

2.1 Number of Police Zones, Ranges, Distts., Sub-Divisions, 19


Circles and Police Stations
2.2 Number of Police Stations and Out-Posts (Rural and Urban) 20
2.3 Number of Armed Police Battalions 21
2.4 Number of Women Police Stations and their Locations 22-29
2.5 Names of Cities with Police Commissioner System 30

State Police Strength and Ratio

3.1 States/UTs-Sanctioned Strength of Police Force 33


3.2 States/UTs-Police - Population and Area Ratio 34
3.3 States/UTs- Sanctioned Strength of Civil Police including Distt. Armed Reserve 35-36
3.4 States/UTs-Officers to Constabulary Ratio of Sanctioned Strength of
Civil Police including Distt. Armed Reserve 37
3.5 States/UTs-Sanctioned Strength of State Armed Police 38-39
3.6 States/UTs-Sanctioned Strength of Total Police Force 40-41
(Civil Police + Armed Police)
3.7 States/UTs-Strength of Women Police 42
3.8 Rank wise Sanctioned Strength of Civil Police in Metro Cities with 43
Police Commissioner system / cities where population is more than
10 lakhs (One Million)
3.9 Rank wise Sanctioned Strength of Armed Police in Metro Cities with 44
Police Commissioner system/cities with population more than
10 lakhs (One Million)
3.10 Officers to Constabulary Ratio of Civil Police in Metro Cities with 45
Police Commissioner system/cities with population more than
10 lakhs (One Million)
3.11 Strength of Some Central Police Forces (CPFs) as on 31.12.2005 46

Representation of SC/ST in Police Force

4.1 States/UTs-wise Representation of Scheduled Castes (SCs) & % of 48


Reservation for SCs Approved by the Govt in the Police Force

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4.2 States/UTs-wise Representation of Scheduled Tribes (STs) & % of 49


Reservation for STs Approved by the Govt in the Police Force

Police Budget

5.1 Expenditure of Some Central Police Organizations from 1997-98 to 2005-06 53


5.2 States/UTs-wise Increase/Decrease in Total Police Expenditure and Training 54
Expenditure as compared to the Previous Year and percentage thereof
5.3 Amount of Modernization Grants made available to the Police in 55
Financial Year 2004-2005 by the State Governments
5.4 States/UTs-wise Increase/Decrease in Police Housing Expenditure in 2005 56
as compared to 2004 & percentage thereof

Police Housing

6.1 States/UTs-wise Family Quarters Available for GOs, Inspectors to A.S.Is, 58


Head Constables and Constables as on 1.1.2006
6.2 States/UTs-wise Police Housing Corporations 59

Police Communication

7.1 States/UTs-wise Website and E-mail Addresses of 60-61


Police Departments and CPOs

Police Recruitment and Training

8.1 States/UTs-wise Number of Police Personnel Recruited from 2002 to 2005 63


8.2 Number of Newly Recruited Police Personnel Trained in 2005 64
8.3 Number of Police Personnel given In-service Training in 2005 65

Data on Departmental Proceedings and Crime cases

9.1 Number of Departmental Proceedings Initiated and Disposed of in 2005 69


9.2 States/UTs-wise Incidence & Rate of Total Cognizable Crimes (IPC) during 2005 70
9.3 States/UTs-wise Total Incidence & Rate of Cognizable Crimes – Special 73
and Local Laws - (SLL) in 2005
9.4 States/UTs-wise Disposal of IPC Cases by Courts During 2005 76
9.5 States/UTs-wise Disposal of Cases under Special and Local Laws
(SLL) by Courts During 2005 77
9.6 No. of Exhibits Awaiting Examination in the State and Regional Forensic 78
Science Laboratories as on 1.1.2006

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Number of Agitations

10.1 States/UTs-wise Total Number of Agitations during 2005 80


10.2 Type-wise Details of Agitations during 2004 81
10.3 Type-wise Details of Agitations during 2005 82
10.4 States/UTs-wise Details of Agitations during 2005. 83-94

Other Informations of Interest

11.1 Details of Gallantry Medals awarded to police personnel of 97


States/UTs/Central Police Organizations during 2005-06
11.2 Pay Scales from the rank of Constable to Dy. SP in different States/UTs 98
11.3 States/UTs-wise Terrorists/Extremists affected Police Districts during 2005 99
11.4 Number of Police Officers Transferred within less than two years in 2005 100
11.5 Number of Mobile Forensic Science Vans 101
11.6 Number of Computers available with the State Police Forces 102
11.7 Number of Firearms Looted / Stolen from the Police / Police Stations in 2005 103

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AT A GLANCE
(As on 01.01.2006)

CHAPTER 1 - BASIC POLICE DATA FOR THE COUNTRY


l Area (Sq. Kms.) 31,66,414
l Population (Ist October - 2005) in thousands 110,70,64
l Sanctioned Civil Police Force 1,183,665
l State Armed Police Force 396,032
l Total State Police Force 1,579,697
l Population per Policemen 700.81
l Police Ratio per lakh (one hundred thousand) of population 142.69
l Police Ratio per hundred square kms.area 49.89
l Number of Police Stations 12,702
l Number of Police Out-Posts 7,284
l State Armed Police Battalions 343 +8Coys.

CHAPTER 2 - POLICE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE


Number of :
l Police Zones` 43
l Police Ranges 166
l Police Districts 666
l Police Sub-Divisions 1,701
l Police Circles 2,457
l Police Stations 12,702
- Rural 7,946
- Urban 4,338
- Railway 418
l Out-Posts 7,284
l Cities with Police Commissionerates 32

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AT A GLANCE
(As on 01.01.2006)

CHAPTER 3 - STATE POLICE STRENGTH AND RATIO


Rank-wise Sanctioned Strength of Total Police Force 15,79,697
(Civil Police + Armed Police)
l DGP 68
l Addl. DGP 240
l IGP 477
l DIG 575
l AIGP/SSP/SP 2,772
l ASP/Dy. SP 9,989
l Inspector 24,014
l Sub-Inspector (SI) 85,628
l Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) 85,279
l Head Constables 2,48,385
l Constables 11,22,270
l Officers to Constabulary Ratio
- for Sanctioned Police Strength 1:6
- for Women Police strength 1:8
- for Civil Police in Metro cities 1:5

Women Police 45,886


l Police Stations in Metro Cities 1,073
l Civil Police in Metro Cities 2,12,849
l Armed Police in Metro Cities 48,899
l Strength of Some CPFs (BSF,CRPF, CISF etc.)
- Battalions 737
- Gazetted Officers 12,385
- Non- Gazetted Officers 7,55,335

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AT A GLANCE
(As on 01.01.2006)

CHAPTER 4 - REPRESENTATION OF SCS/STS IN POLICE FORCE


Number of :
l Scheduled Castes in Police 1,75,124
l Scheduled Tribes in the Police 1,05,829
l Percentage of Total Police Force
- Scheduled Castes 11.09%
- Scheduled Tribes 6.70%

CHAPTER 5 - POLICE BUDGET


Total Expenditure during 2005-06 (Rs. in crores)
l Some CPFs (BSF, CRPF, CISF etc.) 11,387.79
l State Police 21,070.60
l Police Training 248.14
l Police Housing 761.53
l Training Expenditure as Percentage of Total Police Expenditure 1.18%
l Housing Expenditure as Percentage of Total Police Expenditure 3.6%
l Allocation of Modernization Grants : 1135.61
- Central Govt 755.97
- State Govts 379.64
- Utilized for Modernization 851.58
l Level of Satisfaction for Family Accommodation
- Gazetted Officers (GOs) 61.10
- Upper subordinates 24.80
- Lower subordinates 29.70

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AT A GLANCE
(As on 01.01.2006)

CHAPTER 6 - POLICE HOUSING


l Number of Family Quarters Available for
- Gazetted Officers 8,627
- Inspectors to A.S.Is - 48,279
- Head Constables & Constables 4,06,653
l Police Housing Corporations of States 16

CHAPTER 7 - POLICE COMMUNICATION


States/UTs-wise Website and E-mail Addresses of
Police Departments and CPOs

CHAPTER 8 - POLICE RECRUITMENT AND TRAINING


Number of :
Police Personnel Recruited in 2005 44,987
Newly Recruited Police Personnel Trained in 2005 41,858
Police Personnel Given In-service Training in 2005 68,889

CHAPTER 9 - DATA ON DEPARTMENTAL PROCEEDINGS AND CRIME CASES


Number of Departmental Proceedings Initiated and disposed of in 2005 32,870
Incidence & Rate of Total Cognizable Crimes (IPC) during 2005
- Incidence 18,22,602
- Rate of Crime (per one hundred Thousand of population) 165.3
Incidence & Rate of Total Cognizable Crimes under Special
and Local Laws (SLL) in 2005
- Incidence 32,03,735
- Rate of Crime (per one hundred Thousand of population) 290.5

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(As on 01.01.2006)

Disposal of IPC Cases by Courts During 2005


- Disposed off 10,13,240
- Pending 58,22,752
- Conviction rate 42.4%
Disposal of SLL Cases by Courts During 2005
- Disposed off 25,36,861
- Pending 46,88,754
- Conviction rate 84.5%
Number of Exhibits awaiting Examination in the State 4,68,648
and Regional FSLs

CHAPTER 10 – NUMBER OF AGITATIONS


Number of :
Total agitations during 2005 33,214

CHAPTER 11 – OTHER INFORMATIONS OF INTEREST


l Gallantry Medals awarded
- President Police Medal for Gallantry 64
- Police Medal for Gallantry 217
l Police Districts affected by Terrorists/Extremists 180
l Mobile Forensic Science Vans 442
l Computers available with Police 20958
l Firearms Looted / Stolen from Police/Police Stations 466

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