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Punjab Police Rules 1934 Pakistan PDF

The Punjab Police Rules of 1933 documented the police practices of the time, and introduced measures for improving administration and operational effectiveness. The rules indicate that the Punjab Police was a professional police organization by 1934, had considerable knowledge of the province's crime and criminals, and developed effective procedures and practices for dealing with various kinds of criminal activity. The force's administrative and disciplinary functions were also described. They have been the model for similar rules in other provinces of Pakistan, and are still in force.

punjab police rules 1934 pakistan PDF

  • Punjab Police Act, 2007 Punjab Police (Appointment of Chairperson and Members of Complaint Authorities) Rules, 20191. Short title and commencement.

  • 2. Definitions.

  • 3. Constitution of the Selection Committee.

  • 4. Invitation of applications.

  • 5. Scrutiny of applications.

  • 6. Preparation of lists of recommended candidates.

  • 7. Submission of proposal to the State Government.

  • 8. Issuance of appointment orders.

  • Punjab Police Act, 20071. Short title and commencement.

  • 2. Definitions.

  • 3. Constitution of police service.

  • 4. Organization and composition of police service.

  • 5. Appointment of Director General, Additional Director General, Inspector General, Deputy or Assistant Inspector General.

  • 6. Selection and term of office of Director General of Police.

  • 7. Providing of Legal and Finance Officers.

  • 8. Administration of police in municipal areas.

  • 9. Creation of police ranges.

  • 10. Police districts.

  • 11. District Level Special Cells.

  • 12. Police SubDivisions.

  • 13. Police Stations.

  • 14. Establishment of Community Police Resource Centre.

  • 15. Terms of office of key police functionaries.

  • 16. Coordination with district administration.

  • 17. Railway Police.

  • 18. Intelligence and Criminal Investigation Wings.

  • 19. Technical and support Service.

  • 20. Police Training.

  • 21. Oath or affirmation by police personnel.

  • 22. Certificate of appointment.

  • 23. Special Police Officers.

  • 24. Rank structure in Civil and Armed Police Battalions.

  • 25. District Armed Reserves and State Armed Police Battalions.

  • 26. Superintendence of State Police to vest in State Government.

  • 27. Establishment of State Security Commission.

  • 28. Functions of State Security Commission.

  • 29. Strategic and annual plans.

  • 30. Administration of State Police.

  • 31. Powers and responsibilities of Director General of Police.

  • 32. Police Establishment Committees.

  • 33. Internal Security Scheme.

  • 34. Creation of Special Security Zone.

  • 35. Framing of rules.

  • 36. Investigation by District Police.

  • 37. Selection of officers.

  • 38. Investigation of Crime.

  • 39. Legal and Forensic advice.

  • 40. Role, functions and duties of the Police.

  • 41. Social responsibilities of the police.

  • 42. Senior police officer performing duties of subordinate officer.

  • 43. Police officers to keep diary.

  • 44. Authority of district Senior Superintendent of Police over village watchmen.

  • 45. Regulations.

  • 46. Police officers to be always on duty.

  • 47. Abdication of duties.

  • 48. Employment in office of profit.

  • 49. Penalty for causing disaffection.

  • 50. Restrictions respecting right to form association, freedom of speech.

  • 51. Penalty.

  • 52. Employment of Police officer beyond the State to which they belong.

  • 53. Extension to disciplinary laws of State to member of service when serving outside State.

  • 54. Constitution of the State Police Complaints Authority and the Divisional Police Complaints Authority.

  • 54A. Term of office of the Chairperson and the Members.

  • 54B. Eligibility of Chairperson and Members.

  • 54C. Resignation and removal of Chairperson and Members.

  • 54D. Functions of State Police Complaints Authority.

  • 54E. Functions of the Divisional Police Complaints Authority.

  • 54F. Rules for conduct of business.

  • 54G. Remuneration, allowances and terms and conditions of service of Chairperson and members.

  • 54H. Powers of the Authority.

  • 54I. Annual Reports.

  • 55. Welfare.

  • 56.

  • 57. Grievance Redressal.

  • 58. Regulation of public assemblies and processions.

  • 59. Regulation of use of music and other sound systems in public places.

  • 60. Direction to keep order on public roads.

  • 61. Penalty and composition of offences.

  • 62. Power to reserve public places and erect barriers.

  • 63. Obstruction in Police Work.

  • 64. Unauthorized use of Police Uniform.

  • 65. Refusal to return certificate etc. on ceasing to be police officers.

  • 66. False or misleading statements made to Police officer.

  • 67. Offences by a Police Officer.

  • 68. Offences by Public.

  • 69. Prosecution of Police Officers.

  • 70. Prosecution for offences under other laws.

  • 71. Limitation of actions.

  • 72. Powers of Senior Superintendent of Police to be exercised by Commissioner.

  • 73. Disposal of fees and rewards.

  • 74. Validity of orders and actions.

  • 75. Officers holding charge of or succeeding to vacancies competent to exercise powers.

  • 76. Licenses and permissions.

  • 77. Public notices.

  • 78. Consent of competent authority.

  • 79. Signature on notices.

  • 80. Power to make rules.

  • 81. Power to remove difficulties.

  • 82. Power to try cases summarily.

  • 83. Provision of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 to apply to this Act.

  • 84. Withdrawal of orders.

  • 85. Continuation of Punjab Police Rules, 1934.

The Punjab Police Act, 2007

Court- feestamps. at ___________in ____________district for the period commencing from________________and ending with _________________and is subject to the rules and conditions contained in the Punjab Stamp Rules, 1934, as amended from time to time.

For a police organization that meets the needs of its members and the people it intends to serve requires it to be consistent and in consonance with the notion of good governance. Most of the rules and regulations and practices though have continued over the years as a colonial legacy but good governance practices need to be made an integral part of the system. This paper starts out with an introduction to the concept of governance and its indicators that are applicable to police administration. It further analyses the level of adherence to good governance in current police administration so that loopholes in it can be identified. Since the concept of good governance is non-empirical so its gauge like transparency, accountability, equity and inclusiveness, rule of law, efficiency and effectiveness have been analyzed to evaluate as to how far it is being followed. 350c69d7ab


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