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Bangladesh Police Sub Inspector SI job circular 2023

SI job circular 2023: Recruitment notification for the post of Cadet Sub-Inspector (Unarmed) has been published in Bangladesh Police Force. Both male and female candidates can apply for the post of Sub-Inspector. Recruitment process for the post of SI will start from 06th May 2023 and will continue till 27th May 2023. Interested candidates can apply online.

Age Limit:Candidates should be between 19 to 27 years as on 27 May 2023 to apply. However those who have crossed the upper age limit on 25 March 2020 can also apply. The date of birth mentioned in the SSC/equivalent certificate will be considered final. Only single men and women can apply.

Educational Qualification and Experience:Minimum Bachelor Degree from recognized University and experience in Computer.

Physical Qualification: (a)For male candidates (all quotas) height should be 5 feet 6 inches and chest size should be 32 inches normal and 34 inches inflated.

(b)Height should be 5 feet 4 inches for female candidates in all quotas.

Candidates weight will be determined according to height and age.

Application Rules:Interested candidates can apply online through the websitehttp://police.teletalk.com.bd.

Application Start Time:06 May 2023 from 1 PM onwards.
Last date of application:May 27, 2023 till 11:59 PM.

Salary and Benefits:After successful completion of basic training, salary will be paid in the scale of Tk 16,000-38,640 as per grade 10 of National Pay Scale 2015. Besides traffic allowance, free clothing, risk allowance, low cost ration and medical treatment. convenience There will be opportunities to go to UN peacekeeping missions with promotion to higher posts as per rules.

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About Bangladesh Police:

Bangladesh Police is the primary law enforcement agency of Bangladesh. It is responsible for maintaining law and order, preventing and detecting crime, and enforcing laws and regulations throughout the country. The Bangladesh Police is headed by a Director-General who is appointed by the government.

The history of Bangladesh Police dates back to 1863, when the British colonial rulers established the police force in what was then East Bengal. After the independence of Bangladesh in 1971, the police force was reorganized and restructured to meet the needs of the newly independent country.

Today, the Bangladesh Police has around 250,000 personnel, including both uniformed and non-uniformed members. The force is organized into several units, including the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), the Special Branch, the Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), and the Traffic Police.

The CID is responsible for investigating serious crimes such as murder, kidnapping, and terrorism, while the Special Branch is tasked with collecting intelligence and monitoring potential threats to national security. The RAB is an elite unit that is primarily responsible for combating terrorism and organized crime.

Despite its efforts, the Bangladesh Police faces several challenges in maintaining law and order in the country. One of the most significant challenges is the high crime rate, particularly in urban areas. The police force also struggles with issues such as corruption, political interference, and inadequate resources.

However, in recent years, the Bangladesh Police has implemented several reforms to improve its effectiveness and accountability. The force has invested in training and equipping its personnel, and has implemented measures to increase transparency and reduce corruption.

Overall, the Bangladesh Police plays a critical role in maintaining law and order and ensuring public safety in Bangladesh. While it faces many challenges, the force is making strides to overcome them and improve its ability to serve and protect the people of the country.

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