Annual Conference of DGPs/IGPs . (20 November 2014)

Annual Conference of DGPs/IGPs

The Annual Conference of Directors General / Inspectors General of Police of States and UTs and Heads of Central Police Organisations will be held on November 29-30, 2014 at Assam Administrative Staff College, Guwahati.

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi will address the Conference on November 30, 2014 and present the President’s Police Medals for distinguished service to officers of the Intelligence Bureau.

The Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh would address the Conference on November 29, 2014 and give away Police Medals to officers to the IB.

The Conference is being held outside Delhi for the first time since it’s inception in 1920. The Chief Ministers of all the North Eastern states and Sikkim have also been invited to attend the Conference.

The Intelligence Bureau organized the first ever Conference of the IGPs in India in 1920 and since then, these Conferences have been held regularly at New Delhi. The first such Conference post Independence was inaugurate0d by the first Home Minister of the country, Sardar Ballabh Bhai Patel on January 12, 1950. Initially, it was a biennial event, but after 1973, it became an annual meeting for the Heads of Police Organisations of the States/Union Territories and Central Police Organizations.

The objectives of the Conference are to provide an interactive platform for senior police professionals and security administrators in the country to discuss and debate diverse national security-related issues, as also the various operational, infrastructural and welfare-related problems faced by the police. Its deliberations include formulation and sharing of professional practices and processes in tackling challenges relating to crime control and law and order management besides internal security threats such as terrorism, insurgency, left wing extremism, espionage and organised crime. The Conference offers opportunities for generation and exchange of new ideas on capacity building for the police in respect of manpower, training, logistics and advanced technology.

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