Indian Police Service (Cadre) Rules 1954

The strength and composition of each of the cadres constituted under rule 3 shall be determined by regulations made by the Central Government in consultation with the State Governments in this behalf and until such regulations are made, shall be as in force immediately before the commencement of these rules.

Police (Incitement to Disaffection) Act 1922

In view of the attempts that have been made and are being made (a) by means of threats, intimidation and otherwise to induce members of the police-force to refrain from doing their duty, and (b) to spread disaffection among them, the Government of India have for some time had under consideration the question of penalising such attempts. Neither the Indian Penal Code nor the Indian Police Act, 1861, contains provisions to meet this evil.

Jammu and Kashmir Police Act 1983

Jammu and Kashmir

The entire police establishment under the general police district, shall, for the purposes of this Act, be and deemed to be one police force, and shall be formally enrolled; and shall consist of such number of officers and men, and shall be constituted in such manner, and the members of such force shall receive such pay, as shall from time to time be ordered by the Government.

Australian Federal Police Act 1979

The Commissioner and any Deputy Commissioner are members of the Australian Federal Police. Under Division 2 of Part IV, the Commissioner may declare AFP employees to be members and certain members may be declared to be commissioned police officers. Under Division 1 of Part II, members provide police services and that Division also deals with powers of members.


As a member of a secular, democratic state the Police should strive continually to rise above personal prejudices and promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India transcending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities and to renounce practices derogatory to the dignity of women and disadvantaged segments of the society.

Andorra Police Force

The organisational structure of the national police consists of the Directorate of the Police, four divisions executing the various missions of the police, and various functional groups.

Calcutta Police Regulations 1968



1. Interpretations. (Section 3, Bengal Act II of 1866. Section 9, Bengal Act IV of 1866). – In all police regulations framed under section 3 of the Calcutta Suburban Police Act, 1866, and section 9 of the Calcutta Police Act, 1866, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context:

Police Rank in Andhra Pradesh

POLICE RANKS Director-General of Police (DGP) Addl.Director-General of Police (Addl.DGP) Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) Superintendent of Police (SP) Addl.Superintendent of Police (Addl.SP) Deputy Superintendent of Police […]