Dr. D.N. Gautam is Bihar's DGP
In an effort to restore the impression of Bihar police that commonly brings to mind the portrait of a pot bellied, slack, floppy, overweight, baton spinning, gun slinging man in uniform, the state government has created a 'dress committee' to look into the likelihood of a new uniform that would give a diverse, 'sharp' image of the law enforcement bureaucrats in Bihar according to sources in the Bihar police division. Not to mention the negative publicity that it has received recently.
The Bihar Police
According to the Bihar Police officials the commission was being led by Additional Director General of Police Abhayanand (1977 batch “Indian Police Service” officer) who will be aided by IG (Provision) S. K. Bhardwaj, IG (Administration) Anil Sinha and three other IGs, DIGs, and four Superintendents of Police (SPs).
The shift is the effect of recent derogatory comments made by the current Chief Minister of Bihar, Nitish Kumar who had commented that the sub-inspectors and havaldars, in their old-fashioned uniform give the impression of being more like clowns and gave a bad light to the whole Bihar police force.
Nitish Kumar have recently approved the sanction of 2,650 Indian rupees cash for each sub-inspector to spend on their novel uniform.
The freshly formulated committee will also be judged as improvement in other parts of the entire police uniform including shoes, belts, and badges.
Any action of misbehavior bearing out by police officers smears the standing of the whole force. Appropriate care must be in use to check the happening of any cases so that the reputation of he Bihar Police in the eyes of the public remains respectable.
For example, an incidence of police misbehavior arises while the officials in command attain unnecessary benefit of their right in order to dominate average blameless citizens. Any example in which police officers asks for or agree to a “sweetener” is also termed as misconduct.
Police forces are government organizations charged with the responsibility of preserving law and order and safeguarding the life and interests of the general public from harm. Police officers are the watchdogs that keep a check on the crime rate and discourage various forms of criminal activities. Police Misconduct
Police officers are mainly responsible for sustaining law and order, providing services to the public to guarantee their safety, and protecting of their property. It is a very demanding job, and the satisfaction obtained from knowing that they can protect and safeguard public lives and property is immense. Becoming a Police Officer
Bihar Police is a government organisation controlled by the administration responsible for defending the law and order and safeguarding the life and property of the people of Bihar. The police officers are the regulators, law enforcers and preservers of law so that the crime rate remains low and dissuade criminal gangs. The judiciary of India and the state of Bihar sanction laws for safeguarding peace and order. It is the responsibility of the police officials to implement the law and defend citizens. The Bihar police are the organisation whom general public depends on in times of distress.