Bureau of Police Research and Development Current Affairs - 2019
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The Ministry of home Affairs on October 24, 2019, released the Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D). The data are being updated to date 01.01.2018.
The report is important for various police analyses and resource allocation in Ministry of Home Affairs as well as at the state level.
Highlights of the report
- Since 2017, there has been increase in Police personnel. Their numbers have increased by 19,686. Also, the strength of CAPF (Central Armed Police Forces) has increased by 16,051.
- The women police strength has increased by 20.95%. Today there are 1,69,550 women police personnel working in different ranks.
- The expenditure spent on training the police personnel has increased by 20.41%
- The Police Population Ratio (PPR) stood at 192.95 policemen per lakh population.
- Around 20,149 family quarters have been constructed for the police personnel
- The Police stations have increased from 15579 to 16422.
- The Cyber Police stations have increased from 84 to 120
- Around 2,10,278 new CCTV cameras have been installed for surveillance
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The 2nd Young Superintendent of Police Conference was held in New Delhi on July 26, 2018. The 2-day conference was inaugurated by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. The conference was organized by Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR&D).
Young Superintendent of Police Conference
The theme of two day conference was “Predictive Policing and Contemporary Challenges for Indian Police Forces” It was attended by over 100 Superintendents of Police (SPs) & senior officers from the States & CAPFs. The purpose of the 2-day conference is to create awareness among young SPs and Commandants regarding latest technologies in areas of artificial intelligence (AI), predictive policing, crime analytics, dig data analytics, geospatial technology, cybercrime, surveillance tracking & UAVs, CCTV equipment, for effective delivery of police services to citizens.
Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D)
BPR&D was established in 1970 in furtherance of objective of Union Government for the modernisation of police forces. It is nodal national police organisation to study, research and develop on subjects and issues related to policing. It functions under the aegis of Union Home Ministry. It is headquartered in New Delhi. Since its formation, it has evolved as multifaceted, consultancy organisation. At present it has 4 divisions – Research, Development, Training and Correctional Administration.