Kishore Jha IPS Story

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kishore jha ips

Kishore jha is now midway between my 50th year and the 60th. It has been  a long and winding journey of kishore jha, often tiring enough to induce you to hang your boots, call it a day and may be build that dream house tucked away in the hills. Its only when those around you are wicked enough to tease you that the world hates losers.

In the long, often torturous journey of life, one tends to forget or gloss over the little things that give you  pleasure.

Kishore Jha – An IPS Officer

Journey of a village boy (Kishore Jha)

Kishore Jha, IPS, The Additional Director General of Police (AP)

Shri Kishore Jha, an IPS officer is currently in charge Director General of Police Tripura. Shri Kishore JhaIPS belongs to the 1982 Batch of the Manipur Tripura Cadre. Since his joining the Tripura part of the cadre in 1984 after the basic training, Shri Kishore Jha has worked in various capacities in the state and in central organizations.During his first central deputation to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), New Delhi Shri Kishore Jha was intimately associated with the plans to introduce information technology in Law Enforcement. In 1991 he was deputed to the Scotland Yard for a training course for three months on this subject. Following his return, he became one of the key resource persons in designing the forms which are currently used at various stages of crime investigation – starting with the First Information Report (FIR).In the rapid socio economic changes that India is witnessing, the volume and nature of crime has also increased exponentially. The fast mobility, use of information technology, wider access of the banking sector to millions of Indian and the all pervasive use of mobile phones has affected the nature of crime. Crime management in India still remains manpower oriented. The voluminous information generated on crime and criminals not only makes its handling by manual techniques difficult, but also handicaps the entire process of information management.

Shri Kishore Jha with his subsequent exposure, not only India but also in foreign countries, is convinced that introduction of information technology in law enforcement and creating management information systems to assist the top managers needs to be done immediately. He is currently making an appraisal of the status in Tripura, so that systems can be bought in place for effective policing.

About Indian Army

The Indian Army (IA, Hindi:भारतीय थलसेना) is the land based branch and the largest component of the Indian Armed Forces. The President of India is the Commander-in-Chief of the Army. The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), a General, is a four star commander and commands the army. There is typically never more than one serving general at any given time in the Army. Two officers have been conferred the rank of field marshal, a 5-star rank and the officer serves as the ceremonial chief.

Its primary mission is to ensure the national security and defence of the Republic of India from external aggression and threats, and maintaining peace and security within its borders. It also conducts humanitarian rescue operations during natural calamities and other disturbances. As a major component of national power, alongside the Indian Navy and the Indian Air Force, the roles of the Indian Army are as follows; Primary, preserve national interests and safeguard sovereignty, territorial integrity and unity of India against any external threats by deterrence or by waging war. Secondary, assist Government agencies to cope with ‘proxy war’ and other internal threats and provide aid to civil authority when requisitioned for the purpose.”The army has been involved in four wars with neighbouring Pakistan and one with China. Other major operations undertaken by the army include Operation Vijay, Operation Meghdoot and Operation Cactus. Apart from conflicts, the army has also been an active participant in numerous United Nations peacekeeping missions.

Indian Police Service

 

Kishore jha ips

Kishore jha ips

The Indian Police Service (IPS) is one of the three All India Services constituted under Article 312 of the Constitution of India. The IPS officers provide senior level leadership to Police Forces both in the States and at the Centre. The Police Division in the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) is responsible for all Cadre Control and Policy Decisions such as cadre structure, recruitment, training, cadre allocation, confirmation, empanelment, deputation, pay and allowances, disciplinary matters of IPS Officers. The Service is organized in 24 State cadres, reviewed after every 5 years. The Authorized strength of the Indian Police Service Officers stands at 4720 as on 31.12.2010.

Shri Kishore Jha, an IPS officer is currently in charge Director General of Police Tripura. Shri Kishore Jha IPS belongs to the 1982 Batch of the Manipur Tripura Cadre. Since his joining the Tripura part of the cadre in 1984 after the basic training, Shri Kishore Jha has worked in various capacities in the state and in central organizations.

Police

The police are a constituted body of persons empowered by the state to enforce the law, protect property, and limit civil disorder. Their powers include the legitimized use of force. The term is most commonly associated with police services of a state that are authorized to exercise the police power of that state within a defined legal or territorial area of responsibility. Police forces are often defined as being separate from military or other organizations involved in the defense of the state against foreign aggressors; however, gendarmerie are military units charged with civil policing.


Law enforcement, however, constitutes only part of policing activity.Policing has included an array of activities in different situations, but the predominant ones are concerned with the preservation of order.In some societies, in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, these developed within the context of maintaining the class system and the protection of private property. Some parts of the world may suffer from police corruption.

 

Shri Kishore Jha, an IPS officer is currently in charge Director General of Police Tripura. Shri Kishore JhaIPS belongs to the 1982 Batch of the Manipur Tripura Cadre. Since his joining the Tripura part of the cadre in 1984 after the basic training, Shri Kishore Jha has worked in various capacities in the state and in central organizations. 

Journey Of Kishore Jha

Kishore Jha, IPS, The Additional Director General of Police

 Shri Kishore Jha, an IPS officer is currently in charge Director General of Police Tripura. Shri Kishore Jha IPS belongs to the 1982 Batch of the Manipur Tripura Cadre. Since his joining the Tripura part of the cadre in 1984 after the basic training, Shri Kishore Jha has worked in various capacities in the state and in central organizations.

During his first central deputation to the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), New Delhi Shri Kishore Jha was intimately associated with the plans to introduce information technology in Law Enforcement. In 1991 he was deputed to the Scotland Yard for a training course for three months on this subject. Following his return, he became one of the key resource persons in designing the forms which are currently used at various stages of crime investigation – starting with the First Information Report (FIR).

In the rapid social economic changes that India is witnessing, the volume and nature of crime has also increased exponentially. The fast mobility, use of information technology, wider access of the banking sector to millions of Indian and the all pervasive use of mobile phones has affected the nature of crime. Crime management in India still remains manpower oriented. The voluminous information generated on crime and criminals not only makes its handling by manual techniques difficult, but also handicaps the entire process of information management.

Shri Kishore Jha with his subsequent exposure, not only India but also in foreign countries, is convinced that introduction of information technology in law enforcement and creating management information systems to assist the top managers needs to be done immediately. He is currently making an appraisal of the status in Tripura, so that systems can be bought in place for effective policing.

Police Officer

Job description

Police officers work in partnership with the communities they serve to maintain law and order, protect members of the public and their property, prevent crime, reduce the fear of crime and improve the quality of life for all citizens. They use a wide range of technology to protect individuals, identify the perpetrators of crime and ensure successful prosecutions against those who break the law.
Key priorities for the 52 police forces in the UK include maintaining public order through combating organised crime, countering the threat of terrorism, and acting against antisocial behaviour.

Police officers work closely with members of the criminal justice system, social workers, schools, local businesses, health trusts, housing authorities, town planners and community groups to provide advice, education and assistance to those who wish to reduce crime or have been affected by crime.
Typical work activities
The work of a police officer is both challenging and diverse. A variety of specialist roles are available to constables who have completed their probationary period and their Diploma in Police Service Leadership and Management (Scotland), their Higher Education Certificate in Policing (Northern Ireland), or their Diploma in Policing (England and Wales).

On entry, and during initial training, activities are likely to include:

  • working in partnership with communities, liaising with community groups and individuals;
  • providing a visible presence to deter crime and reassure the community;
  • conducting patrol duties on foot, by car and bicycle;
  • developing community knowledge to identify individuals and locations at risk of being involved in crime;
  • responding to calls and requests from the public to assist at incidents;
  • keeping the peace at public meetings, social events, processions, trade disputes or strikes;
  • diffusing potentially volatile situations with due regard for the safety of all involved;
  • acting with sensitivity when dealing with situations such as delivering news of a sudden death to a family or when dealing with sexual crimes;
  • conducting initial investigations, gathering evidence, taking statements and complying with relevant legal requirements;
  • interviewing suspects, victims and witnesses in accordance with relevant legislation;
  • conducting arrests with due regard for the human rights, security and health and safety of detained individuals, members of the public, colleagues and self;
  • preparing crime reports and presenting case files to senior officers and the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) (England and Wales) the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service (COPFS) (Scotland), or the Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland (PPS) ;
  • attending and giving evidence in court and at other hearings;
  • completing administrative procedures;
  • submitting internal crime reports and criminal intelligence reports;
  • investigating and taking action on information received from members of the public;
  • gathering, recording and analysing intelligence to achieve community safety and crime reduction objectives and providing crime prevention advice;
  • taking direction on specific duties from senior colleagues;
  • attending road-related incidents including collision scenes, vehicle check points and traffic offences;
  • enforcing road traffic legislation and issuing fixed penalties for relevant offences;
  • dealing with lost or found property.