Madhya Pradesh Police Department
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MP Police official Logo
Common nameMP POLICE
AbbreviationMPP
Mottoदेश भक्ति ̶̵ जन सेवा (Desh Bhakti-Jan Seva)
Agency overview
Formed1854
Annual budget7,177 crore (US$900 million) (2019–20 est.) [1]
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdictionMadhya Pradesh, IN
Map of Madhya Pradesh Police Department's jurisdiction
Legal jurisdictionState of Madhya Pradesh
Governing bodyHome Department of Madhya Pradesh
Constituting instrument
  • Police Act, 1861
General nature
Operational structure
Overseen byMP Police
HeadquartersBhopal, Madhya Pradesh
Agency executive
Parent agencyHome Department of Madhya Pradesh
Child agency
  • MPSAF, MP CID, Cyber Cell
CommandsBattalion
Facilities
Patrol CarsStorm Car
Website
www.mppolice.gov.in

The Madhya Pradesh Police Department is the law enforcement agency for the state of Madhya Pradesh in India.

Organizational structure

Madhya Pradesh Police is headed by the Director General of Police (DGP). The Director General of Police functions from the police headquarters in Bhopal. The DGP is assisted by a team of senior officers from the ranks of ADGP and IG of police to Assistant Inspector General of Police (AIG - a post equivalent in rank and status to the superintendent of police).

Hierarchy

The Madhya Pradesh Police uses the following ranks:[2]

Officers

Sub-ordinates

Organizational structure

Madhya Pradesh Police is headed by Director General of Police. He is assisted by Additional Directors General of Police, who head various branches in Police Headquarters.[3]

Organizational Structure of Madhya Pradesh Police

Initiatives

Statistical data

Madhya Pradesh Police department publish its statistical data every year.(See reference link below for PDF) ([5]

References

  1. ^ "Madhya Pradesh Budget Analysis 2019–20" (PDF). prsindia.org. 2019.
  2. ^ "Rank wise abbreviations". Madhya Pradesh Police Department. Retrieved 23 January 2018.
  3. ^ "Organizational Structure of Madhya Pradesh Police". Madhya Pradesh Police. Madhya Pradesh Police.
  4. ^ "IG Varun Kapoor conducts workshop on cyber crime". Free Press Journal.
  5. ^ "Statistical Data 2021" (PDF). Madhya Pradesh Police. Madhya Pradesh Police http.