RTI Information

Information related to RTI Act, 2005, (District Police, Jind) can be    

     collected through the following forms:-

 

Form A

[See Rule 3(1)]

 

To

                                          The State Public  Information Officer/

           State Assistant Public Information Officer.

 

                    (Name of the Office with Address).

 

1.  Full name of the applicant

2.  Address

3.  Particulars of information required

 (i)  Subject matter of information

 (ii)  The period to which the information related **

(iii)  Description of the information required***

 (iv)   Whether information is required by post or in person (the actual postal charges shall be included in addition to the fees)

 (v)   In case by post (Ordinary, Registered of Speed)

 

Place:

 

Date:

                                                     Signature of the Applicant.

   

•     Board category of the subject to be indicated such as Grant /Government Land/Service Matter/Licenses etc.)

•     Relevant period of which information is required to be indicated

 

•     Specific details of the information are required to be indicated.

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 

Received your application dated ______ Vide Diary No.________  Dated________

                                   

                                                                                                                                                                          (Signature)

                                                         The State Public Information Officer/

                                                 State Assistant Public Information Officer.

 

                                                        (Name of the Department/Office)


 

 Form                                                                             B [See rule 4(4)]

 

To

The State Public Information Officer/

State Assistant Public Information Officer.

 

(Name of the Office with Address).

 

Name and address of the applicant.

 

Sir,

 Please refer to your application dated _______Addressed      to      the      undersigned      requesting      information      regarding_________________. The additional fee for supplying this information to you is Rs. ___________________.

 

You are hereby informed to pay the fee at this office either in case or in a Government treasury through challan send a copy of the challan

 

to this office within a period of fifteen days and collect the information on____________.

 

The amount of fee shall be deposited in the receipt head/account No. (to be intimated to the applicant by the concerned department.)

 

 

State Public Information Officer/

 

State Assistant Public Information Officer

 

 

 

                       Financial Commissioner and Principal Secretary

To Government, Haryana,

 

Administrative Reforms Department INFORMATION

                              Haryana Government Administrative Reforms Department Notification  The 28th October, 2005.

No. 5/4/2002 – 1AR In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (I) read with sub section (2) of section 27 of the Right to Information Act, 2005 (Central Act 22 of 2005), the Governor of Haryana hereby makes the following rules providing for information under the said Act, namely:- \

 

1. Short title and commencement.

(1) These rules may be called the Haryana Right to Information Rules, 2005.

(2) They shall come into force on the date of their publication in the official

                 Gazette.

 

2. Definitions.

(1) In these rules, unless the context otherwise requires,

(a) “Act” means the Right to Information Act, 2005 (Central Act 22 of 2005.

(b) “Commission” means the Haryana Information Commission.

(c) “Form” means a form, appended to these rules.

(d) “section” means the section of the Act.

 

    (2) The words and expressions used in these rules, but not defined, shall have the same meanings as assigned to them in the Act.

 

3. Application for obtaining information.

(1) A person, who desires to obtain any information admissible under the

Act, shall make an application in Form A to the State Public Information Officer/State Assistant Public Information Officer along with a fee as specified in rule 5 of these rules.

 

                                                                                                                                                                       sections 2(m), 6 and 27

 

            (2) On the receipt of an application, made under sub-rule (1), the State

            Public Information Officer/State Assistant Public Information Officer shall give a receipt in token thereof to the applicant.

             

4. Deposit of fee.

    (1) The fee shall be deposited with the State Public Information Officer/State Assistant Public Information Officer either in cash against proper receipt, by Indian Postal order or by treasury challan(Head 0055).

                                                                                                                                                            sections 6

 

               (2)  The amount of fee shall be credited to the receipt head/account number of the concerned public authority.

               (3)  On receipt of an application, submitted under sub-rule (1) of rule 3, the State Public Information Officer/State Assistant Public Information Officer shall scrutinize the application and shall assess how much fee is required to be paid by the applicant for obtaining the information.

(4)  The fee assessed under sub-rule (3), shall be informed to the applicant by the State   Public Information Officer/State Assistant Public Information Officer in Form B within a period of seven days from the receipt of application.

                           (5)  In case the applicant fails to deposit the requisite fee within a period of fifteen days after the issuance of the intimation given to him under sub-rule (4), it shall be construed that the applicant is no longer interested in obtaining the information, sought for, and his application shall be deemed to have been filed.

 

5. Quantum of fee.

 

   (1)  An application for obtaining any information under sub-section (1) of         section 6 shall be accompanied with a fee of Rs.50 and no any type of fee shall be charged from the persons who are of below poverty line as may be determined by the state Govt.

                                                                                                                    sections 6 and 7

(2)   For providing information under sub-section (1) of section 7, the fee shall be charged from the applicant at the following rates, namely:-

(a) Rs. 02/- for each page in A-4 or A-3 size paper, created or copied; and

(b) if information is to be provided on a large size of paper than that of specified in clause (a), the actual cost price of such a paper shall be charged.

 

(3)  For providing an information under sub-section (5) of section 7, the fee  shall be charged from the applicant at the following rates, namely:-

(a) Rs.50 for providing information in a floppy;

 

(b) Rs.100 for providing information in diskette; and

 

(c) if information sought is of such a nature, which is contained in a printed document of which a price has been fixed, then that information shall be provided after charging the price, fixed for that printed document. However, if only an extract or page of such a printed document is asked for, then a fee of Rs.02/- per page shall be charged.

(4)    No fee for inspection of record shall be charged, if such an inspection is made for one hour only. However, if inspection is made for a period of more than one hour, then a fee of rupees ten shall be charged for every fifteen minutes in excess of first hour. Every fraction of the period above fifteen minutes, shall be construed as a complete period of fifteen minutes and it shall be charged as full period of fifteen minutes.

 

6. Procedure to be followed in deciding appeal.

 

Before deciding an appeal, the Commission Shall,-- section 19(10)

(a) serve notice to the concerned persons;

(b) entertain any evidence in support of appeal, which may be oral or in writing form the concerned persons;

(c) examine on oath or by having affidavits from the persons concerned;

(d) persue or inspect the documents or any records or copies thereof;

(e) inquire through the authorized officer the facts of an appeal or may require facts in detail, if it so deems appropriate, hear the State Public Information Officer or any other senior officer who had decided the first appeal, as the case may be; and

(f) receive evidence on affidavits from the State Public Information Officer or any senior officer who had decided the first appeal or from any other person from whom the evidence may be deemed necessary.

 

7. Mode of serving notice.            

The Commission may serve notice to the persons concerned in any of the following modes, namely :-- section 19(10)

(a) by hand delivery (dasti) through process server; or

(b) by registered post with acknowledgement due; or

(c) by publication in the newspaper.

 

8. Order by the Commission.

(1) The Commission shall make order in writing and pronounce the same in the presence of the concerned parties. section 19(10)

(2) The party concerned may, obtain the copy of the order from the Commission.

 

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

DISTRICT POLICE Jind

SECTION-4(1)(b) OF RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT-2005

PARTS 1-17

1.       Particulars of organization

2.       Power and duties of officers/Employees

3.       Procedure for Decision Making

4.       Norms for discharge of functions

5.       Rules, Regulations for discharge of functions

6.       Statement of categories

7.       Details of consultative committees and other bodies

8.       List of boards, councils, committees and other bodies

9.       Directory of officers/employees

10.  Monthly remuneration of officers/employees

11.  Budget allocated to each agency

12.  Execution of subsidy program

13.  Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits

14.  Information available in an electronic form

15.  Facilities available for obtaining information

16.  Particulars of PIOs

17.  Other information Prescribed

 

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-1

Particulars of organization, functions and duties

[Section 4(1)(b)(i)]

1.       Aims and objectives of the organization:- The purpose of district Police, Jind is to uphold the law fairly and firmly; to prevent occurrence of crime; to pursue and bring to justice those who break the law; to keep the peace in partnership with the community; to protect, help and reassure the people. 

2.       Mission / Vision :- The mission of this district Police is to help the common man, to provide him security and to create a peaceful and law abiding community with his cooperation. District Police is committed to uphold the rule of Law, to prevent crime and to maintain law and order. We are here to protect the weak, the under-privileged and to serve the people. In order to make district Police people-friendly, to enhance the credibility of the police and to check corruption, transparency in the system is emphasized at all levels.

 3.       Structure of the department:-   The district Police, Jind has a total strength of 1238 (Gazetted Officers/5, Inspectors/18, Sub Inspectors/48, Assistant Sub Inspectors/114, Head Constables/185, Constables/873). For the effective implementation of law and order in the district, the District is clubbed into11 Police Stations, 8 Police Post, One CIA Staff and One Special Staff.

A) Investigation:- Investigation according to Cr.P.C is to collect the evidence, regarding the commission of crime/offence as per procedure established:- 

S.No.

Activity

Level of action

Time frame

      1.

Registration of FIR.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

2.

Examination of witness.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

3.

Visit of investigation officer at the scene of offence.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

4.

Collection of evidence.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

5.

Preparation of site plan.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

6.

Arrest of the accused.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

7.

Recording of confessions.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

8.

Obtaining Police / Judicial custody remand.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

9.

Search.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

10.

Seizure.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

11.

Preparation of case diaries etc.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

12.

Filing of charge sheet.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

As prescribed in Cr.P.C.

 

B)    Other Functions:-

S. No.

Activity

Level of action

Time Frame

1.

Passport application forms received  through regional passport office

--

21 days

2.

Character verification for employment.

--

30 days

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-2

                                                                                 Powers and duties of officers and employees

[Section 4(1) (b)(ii)]

The Jind Range is supervised by an IPS officer of the rank of  Inspector General of Police.  The District Police, Jind is functioning under the Supervision of Superintendent of Police. The District Police Jind is divided into Sub-divisions and Incharge of the Sub-division is an officer of the rank of the Deputy Superintendent of Police. The overall supervision of the Police Stations/Police posts in the District rests with respective Superintendent of Police.  Prevention, investigation and detection of crime as also maintenance of law & order are the important functions of police.  The officer Incharge of Police Station has to prevent & detect crime and maintain law & order within his jurisdiction.  The Police Stations are manned by officers of the rank of Sub-Inspectors, Assistant Sub-Inspectors.  Head Constables and Constables both in Law and Order duties as well as investigation and the Incharge of the Police Station is an officer of the rank of Inspector or Sub-Inspector.  The job of Police officers includes:-

1. Registration of FIR/NCR.                                 

2. Investigation of the cases, arrest of the accused, recovery of stolen property, challenging of the cases and prosecution.

3. Recording report regarding missing persons and children and tracing them.

4. Verification of servants/chowkidars and tenants and registration of security agencies.

 5. Granting permission for loud-speakers, rallies, political/religious functions.

 6. Checking of banks.

 7. Providing documents for filing claim in Motor Accident Claim Tribunal.

 8. Providing Guards for the transportation of cash, if required, as per police rules.

 

 

S.No.

Name and designation

Powers

Duties attached

Admn.

Financial

Statutory

Others

1.

Constables

 

 

Yes

 

Law and Order duty and Traffic duty etc.

 

2.

Head Constables

 

 

Yes

 

 

Investigating officer and other Law and order Duties etc.

 

3.

Assistant Sub-Inspector

 

 

Yes

 

 

    -do-

 

4.

Sub-Inspector

Yes

 

 

Yes

 

 

Apart from above  to act as SHOs

5.

Inspectors

Yes

 

 

Yes

 

 

  -do-

6.

Deputy Superintendent of Police

Yes

 

 

Yes

 

 

Supervision of Sub-division

 

7.

Superintendent of Police

Yes

 

Yes

Yes

 

 

Over all Supervision of police work in a distt.

 

8.

Inspector General of Police

Yes

 

Yes

Yes

 

 

Supervision of Police working in the Range.  

9.

Director General of Police

Yes

 

Yes

Yes

 

 

Overall supervision of police functioning in the State.

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RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-3

 

Procedure followed in decision – making process

[Section 4(1)(b)(iii)]

 

                                                All Police officers exercise the powers and duties as prescribed for them under law.  The channels of supervision are such that the SHO, or officer Incharge of Police Station is responsible for ensuring effective policing and redressed of grievance in his area of jurisdiction.  He is supervised by an officer of the rank of Dy. Supdt. of Police.  The Superintendent of Police is supervisory incharge of a District, whereas Range is supervised by an Inspector General of Police.  The Director General of Police exercises overall supervision and control in the State.  This channel also is one through which orders are given and grievances redressed.

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-4

 

Norms set for the discharge of functions

[Section 4(1)(b)(iv)]

 

                   Haryana Police functions primarily under the Police Act, 1861 and Haryana Police conducts its business under the Punjab Police Rules, 1934 as applicable to Haryana.  Other rules are followed as prescribed by the State Government from time to time e.g. The Punjab Financial Rules, Civil Services Rules, Conduct Rules etc.

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-5

      Rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records for discharging functions

[Section 4(1)(b)(v)]

 

Standing Orders, Instructions, Directions, etc. issued for functioning in various fields as per the Law/Rules like PPR, PFR, etc. made for discharge of duties.

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-6

A statement of the categories of documents that are held by it for under its control

[Section 4(1)(b)(vi)]

  

S.No.

Nature of Record

Details of information available

Unit / Section where available

Retention period  where available

1.

First Information Report (FIR) maintained as per PPR-22.47 (Register No.I)

Details of crime reported / detected (cognizable offence) and police investigation

All Police Stations

FIR is kept permanently in the Record Room of concerned Police Station as per PPR

2.

Daily Diary maintained as per PPR 22.48 (Register No.II)

All the details in r/o criminals arrested and entry of arrival/departure of all enrolled police officers on duty with nature of their duties, duty performed and places visited etc.

All Police Stations, Police Posts & Police Lines

Daily diaries are retained for two years after the date of the last entry.

3.

All Standing Orders as per PPR 22.53 (Register No.III)

Certain instructions/ directions/guidelines on various subjects issued internally to all police personnel/officials by PHQ

All offices/Police Stations

Retained permanently in all offices/Police Stations.

4.

Information about absconders and deserters maintained as per PPR-22.54 (Register No.IV)

Details of all proclaimed offenders and deserters from the army.

All Police Stations

Permanent

5.

Kalandra and Inquest register maintained as per PPR 22.56 (Register No. VI)

All carbon copies of Kalandras and Inquest report of the Police Station are kept in this register

All Police Stations

Permanent record.

6.

Crime Record Register maintained as per PPR-22.59 and PPR-22.60 (Register No.IX)

Details of notes on community, persons of doubtful character having convicted or suspicious and cognizable cases. The topography of the area population etc. are also kept in this register. Through this surveillance on criminals is maintained.

 

All Police Stations

Permanent.  It is confidential and unpublished official record.

7.

Surveillance register maintained as per PPR 22.61 (Register No. X,X-A & X-B)

History sheets of persons habitually addicted to crime made by the ranks not below Inspector after receipt of  orders of Supdt. of Police.

All Police Stations

Retained upto 2 years after the date of last entry.  It is confidential and nothing contained in them may be communicated to any person nor any inspection be allowed or copies given save as provided in police rules. The rights of district and ilaqa magistrates to examine such records are governed by rules 1.15 and 1.21.

8.

Index to history sheets and personal files in serial order and alphabetical form maintained as per PPR-22.62 (Register No.XI)

Indexing of history sheet and other record is done in this register.

All Police Stations

Permanent

9.

Registers of Information Sheets maintained as per PPR-22.63 (Registers No. XII and XII-A

Information sheets issued by I/C P.S. as a means of ascertaining the antecedents of persons who have been arrested under section 55 Criminal Procedure Code or of suspicious character or committed an offence.

All Police Stations

Retained upto 7 years after the dispatch or receipt of the last sheet.

10.

Minute book for G.Os maintained as per PPR-22.64 (Register No. XIII)

Details of any matters regarding crime, criminals and maintenance of record and P.S. building requiring the attention of the officer incharge of the P.S. which have not been entered in the inspection report and  the matters permanently affecting the conditions of the police station e.g. changes in police station or jail boundaries, imposition and removal of additional Police Posts and constructions of new buildings etc.

All Police Stations

The register is a confidential and privileged record with the exception of Gazetted Police officers, no one except the Distt. Magistrate and a Sub-Divisional officer specifically authorized under rule 1.20 may enter remarks in it or examine it.

11.

File book of inspection reports maintained as per PPR-22.65 (Register No.XIV)

Record of inspection (Quarterly /Six Monthly) reports conducted by G.Os are kept in this register.

All Police Stations

Permanent

12.

Register containing list of village watchmen in the PS jurisdiction, list of police officers, Government properties and land maintained as per PPR-22.67 (Register No. XVI)

Detail of village watchmen, police officers, Govt. properties and land etc in the jurisdiction of P.S,

All Police Station

Permanent record

13.

Register for Arms Act licenses, licenses under excise laws, licences under explosives act, licenses under petroleum act, licenses under poisons act and sarais under Sarais Act maintained as per PPR-22.68 (Register No. XVII)

Record of arms act licenses, licenses under excise laws, licences under explosives act, licenses are kept in this register

All Police Stations

Permanent record.

14.

Arms & Ammunition Receipt book maintained as per PPR-22.69 (Register No. XVIII)

Detail of all arms ammunition or military stores deposited in, or seized and brought to, the Police Stations

All Police Stations

Retained upto 5 years after the date of last entry.

15.

Case Property Register No.XIX maintained as per PPR-22.70.

Detail of entry of all articles placed in the storeroom except articles already included in register No. XVI are made.

All Police Stations

Retained upto 3 years after the date of last entry.

16.

Accounts register maintained as per PPR-22.71 (Register No. 20)

Detail of entry of all receipts, expenditure, disbursement of pay, TA and permanent

All SPs offices, Police Lines, and Police Stations

Permanent record

17.

Road Certificate maintained as per PPR-22.72 (Register No. XXI)

Issuing/transfer of cash and other store articles through road certificate

All SPs office/Police Station and Police Lines

Retained upto 3 years after the date of last certificate issued.

18.

Printed Cash Receipt maintained as per PPR-22.73 (Register No.XXII)

All sums of money received in a office/police station whether in cash or otherwise on any account whatever, a receipt from this book is issued to remitting party

All SPs offices/Police Stations

10 Years

19.

Copies of all police gazette, criminal intelligence gazette and all orders maintained as per PPR-22.74 (Register No. XXIII)

The police gazette, criminal intelligence gazette and all orders contained in the gazette, affecting the officers of the police station as a whole or any individual officer.

All SPs Offices/Police Stations

5 Years

20.

Copies of all police rules maintained as per PPR-22.76 (Register No. XXIV)

Copies of all police rules are kept upto date for the perusal of G.Os

All SPs Offices/Police Stations

Permanent

21.

Transfer/handover charge register maintained as per PPR-22.76 (Register No.XXV)

On permanent transfer officer incharge have to record a confidential charge note mentioning the character and capacity of members of the staff of the police station and residents of the jurisdiction who are useful to the police as informers for the assistance of his successor

All Police Stations/Offices

Permanent

23.

A.C.Rs

Confidential/assessment repots in respect of police personnel

Confidential Branch/PHQ in respect of Upper Subordinates and Ch.Roll Br. Of Distt./Units in r/o of Lower Subordinates.

Permanent

24.

Departmental Enquiries and Punishment

Departmental Enquiries and Punishment awarded to police personnel

Punishment Branch of All Distts/Units and Ch.Roll Branch of PHQ

10 Years or 3 years after the final disposal of appeal or final judgment under the normal course of law whichever is later.

25.

Honorarium/awards

Honorarium /awards granted to police personnel

Accounts /Ch.Roll Branch of all Distts/Units

3 years or 1 year afgter completion of audit, whichever is later

26.

Parliament /Vidhan Sabha Questions

Parliament/Vidhan Sabha Questions pertaining to Haryana Police

General Administration Branch PHQ/Units

Admitted & answered discussed questions are retained for 3 years and other i.e. disallowed lapsed or withdrawn for 1 year.  However cases great precedent reference value are retained permanently,

 

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-7

 

                                                              Particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with or representation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy of implementation

[Section 4(1)(b)(vii)]

 

 No standard procedure.  However most field officers consult the public especially in Law and Order situation.

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-8

                                 A statement of boards, council, committees and other bodies constituted

                                                            [Section 4(1)(b)(viii)]

  

List of boards, councils, committees etc.

Sr. No.

Name and address of the body

Main functions of the body

Constitution of the body

Date ofconsti-tution 

Date upto which valid

Whether meeting opened to public

Whether minutes accessible to public

frequency 

Remarks

   1..

2.        

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

None

  

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-9

Directory of officers and employees

[Section 4(1) (b)(IX)]

        Directory .  Postal address of the main office, attached/subordinate office/field units etc.


                                                       RIGHT TO INFORMATION

Sr. No.

Name

Designation

STD Code

Office

Mobile

1.

Dr. Arun Singh,

IPS

SP/Jind

01681

245285 (O)

245284 (R)

88140-11500

spjnd@hry.nic.in

2

Sh. Rambhaj,  HPS

DSP/Hqr.Jind

01681

245426 (O)

94662-32900 dspjindhq@hry.nic.in

3.

Sh.Kulwant Singh, HPS

DSP/Sub-Division Narwana

01684

240267 (O) 240250 (R)

88140-11504

dspnarwana@hry.nic.in

4

Sh. Pawan Kumar, HPS

DSP  Jind-1

 

 

88140-11507

dspjind@hry.nic.in

5

Sh. Sunil Kumar, HPS

DSP/Sub-Division Safidon

01686

262099 (O) 262090 (R)

88140-11505

dspsafidon@hry.nic.in

6

Sh.Kaptan Singh,HPS

DSP /City Jind

 

 

88140-11501

dspcityjind@gmail.com

7

Paramjeet Singh, HPS

DSP Jind

 

 

88140-11502

8

P/SI Surender Singh

CIA/ Jind

01681

255425

88140-11510

9

Insp Jagbir Singh

SHO PS City, Jind

01681

255234

88140-11511

shojindcity@hry.nic.in

10

L/ASI Mukesh Rani

I/C PP RTK Road

01681

251500

88140-11527

11

ASI Yesbir Singh

I/C PP Patiala Chowk

01681

225580

88140-11528

12

Insp Virender Singh

SHO PS Civil Line

01681

249384

88140-11526

shojindcl.pol-hry@gov.in

13

Insp Dinesh  Kumar

SHO PS Sadar Jind

01681

225136

88140-11512

shojindsdr@hry.nic.in

14

Insp Ravish Kumar

SHO PS City NRW

01684

240103

8814011516

shonarwanacity@hry.nic.in

15

SI  Surender Singh

SHO PS Julana

01683

274719

88140-11520

shojulana@hry.nic.in

16

Insp Samarjit Singh

SHO PS Pillukhera

01686

268544

88140-11518 shopillukhera@hry.nic.in

17

Insp Ram Niwas

SHO PS Safidon

01686

262011

88140-11519

 shosafidon@hry.nic.in

18

E/SI/ASI Hari Kishan

I/C PP Mandi Safidon

01686

262083

88140-11533

19

SI Hari Om Singh

SHO PS Alewa

01681

239208

88140-11517

 shoalewa@hry.nic.in

20

ASI Ramesh

I/C PP Naguran

01681

284568

88140-11532

21

SI Mandeep Kumar

SHO PS Uchana

01684

230100

88140-11513  

shouchana@hry.nic.in

22

 ASI Ramphal

I/C PP Mandi Uchana

01684

230801

88140-11529

23

SI Raja Ram

SHO PS Sadar NRW

01684

240125

88140-11514 shonarwanasdr@hry.nic.in

24

ASI Balwan Singh

 I/C PP Danoda

 01684

 265370

 88140-11530

25

ASI Mahinder Singh

SHO PS Garhi

01684

260100

88140-11515

shogarhi@hry.nic.in

26

ASI Suresh

 I/C PP Dhamtan

 01684

 273100

 88140-11531

27

L/SI Kamlesh Devi

SHO PS Women Jind

 

 

 88140-11561

showomenjind-hry@nic.in

28

L/SI Rampati Devi

I/C Women Cell

-

-

88140-11561

29

SI Devi Singh

Insp. Rajender Kumar

I/C Outer TFC Jind I/C Traffic Staff   Jind

-

-

88140-11522  88140-11521

30

Insp Ram Niwas

Security Incharge

-

-

88140-11509

31

Insp Surenderpal

Inspector Welfare

-

-

88140-11563

32

Insp Rohtash

District Inspector

-

-

88140-11562

33

ASI Krishan Chand

LO Police Line

01681

245160

88140-11550

34

SI  Rantej Singh

Head Clerk DPO

-

-

88140-11536

35

SI Jogdhyan

Acctt Jind

88140-11544

36

ASI Mange Ram

CRC Jind

98121-25179

37

ASI Hari Shankar

Reader to SP Jind

01681

246809

88140-11508

38

ASI  Vinod Kumar

OASI Jind

-

-

88140-11534

39

E/ASI  Satish Kumar

Complaint Clerk

-

-

88140-11539

40

ASI/ORP Navdeep Kumar

I/C Cyber  Cell Jind

01681

245108

88140-11535

41

E/ASI Rampal

I/C IT  Cell Jind

 

 

88140-11591

42

HC Kamaljit Singh

I/C CCTNS, Jind

 

 

94160-90444

43

ASI Surender Singh

T/EASI

 

 

88140-11597

 

 

PART-10

The monthly remuneration received by each of the officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in the regulations.

[Section4(1)(b)(x)]

 

S. No.

Rank of Officers / Men / Civilian / Class - IV Employees

Pay Scales on 01.01.1996

Pay Scales as on 01.01.2006

Grade Pay

1.

Inspector General of Police

18400-500-22400

PB-4, 37400-67000

10000

2.

Superintendent of Police

i) Time scale 10000-325-15200

i) PB-3, 15600-39100

6400

 

 

ii) Junior Administrative Grade- 12000-375-16500

ii) PB-3, 15600-39100

7600

 

 

iii) Selection Grade 14300-400-18300+400 Spl Pay

iii) PB-3, 37400-67000

8700

3.

Deputy District Attorney

8000-275-10200-EB-275-13500

PB-3, 15600-39100

5400

4.

 

 

 

Deputy Superintendent of Police

i) 8000-275-10200-EB-275-13500 (Entry level scale)

i) PB-2, 9300-34800 (entry level scale)

5400

ii) 10000-13900 (after 5 years of regular satisfactory service)

ii) 15600-39100 (After five years of regular satisfactory service)=PB-3

6000

iii) 12000-16500 (after 11 years of regular satisfactory service limited to 20% of the cadre post.)

iii) 15600-39100 (after 11 years of regular satisfactory service limited to 20% of the cadre post)=PB-3

7600

 

 

iv) 13500-17200 (for those who have completed 16 years of regular satisfactory service in the cadre limited to 10% of the cadre post)

iv) 3700-67000 (for those who have completed 17 years of regular satisfactory service in the cadre limited to 10% of the cadre post assuming pre-revised upgradation to 14300-18300 completion of 12 years of regular satisfactory service) PB-4

8700

5.

Inspector

6500-200-8500-EB-200-9900 (Modified=7450-11500)

PB-2, 9300-34800

4600

6.

Sub-Inspector

5500-175-8300-EB-175-9000

PB-2, 9300-34800

3600

7.

Pharmacist

5000-150-7100-EB-150-7850

PB-2, 9300-34800              

3200

8.

Senior Scale Steno

5000-150-7100-EB-150-7850

PB-2, 9300-34800

3200

9.

Assistant Sub-Inspector

4400-100-4800-EB-100-6000 (Modified=4500-7000)

PB-1, 5200-20200

2800

10.

Head Constable

4000-100-5200-4800-EB-100-6000

PB-1, 5200-20200

2400

11

Constable

3050-85-4325-EB-100-5325 (Modified=3200-4900)

Pb-1, 5200-20200

2000

12.

Cook

2610-60-3150-EB-65-3540

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

13

water Carrier

2550-55-2660-EB-60-3200

-IS, 4440-7440

1300

14

Mali

2610-60-3150-EB--65-3540

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

15.

Khalasi

2550-55-2660-EB-60-3200

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

16.

Sweeper

2610-60-3150-EB-65-3540

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

17.

Barber

2610-60-3150-EB-65-3540

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

18.

Dhobi

2610-60-3150-EB-65-3540

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

19.

Carpenter

i) 2650-65-3300-EB-70-4000

i) -IS, 4440-7440

1650

 

 

ii) 3050-4590 under Matric with ITI Diploma

ii) PB-1, 5200-20200

1900

 

 

iii) 4000-6000 Matric with ITI

iii) PB-1, 5200-20200

2400

20.

Mason

i) 2650-65-3300-EB-70-4000

i) -IS, 4440-7440

1650

 

 

ii) 3050-4500 under Matric with ITI Diploma

ii) PB-1, 5200-20200

1900

 

 

iii) 4000-6000 Matric with ITI

iii) PB-1, 5200-20200

2400

21.

Painter

i) 2650-65-3300-EB-70-4000

i) -IS, 4440-7440

1650

 

 

ii) 3050-4590 under Matric with ITI Diploma

ii) PB-1, 5200-20200

1900

 

 

iii) 4000-6000 Matric with ITI

iii) PB-1, 5200-20200

2400

22.

Mochi

2610-60-3150-EB-65-3540

-IS, 4440-7440

1400

23.

Electrician

i) 2650-65-3300-EB-70-4000

i) -IS, 4440-7440

1650

 

 

ii) 3050-4590 under Matric with ITI Diploma

ii) PB-1, 5200-20200

1900

 

 

iii) 4000-6000 Matric with ITI

iii) PB-1, 5200-20200

2400

24.

Ward Servant

2550-55-2660-EB-60-3200

-IS, 4440-7440

1300

 

Ex-gratia payments and other Compensations:-

1.   Amount of Rs. ;25,000/- given as Ex-gratia grant by Government.

2.   Amount of relief money given from Haryana Police Welfare fund.

3.   Leave encashment for 300 days earned leave.

4.   Release of family pension D.C.R.G. and commutation.

5.   Benefit under Group Insurance Scheme.

6.   Final payment of G.P.F.

7.   Issue of identity card for free education to the children of deceased Police Officer.

8.   Special Ex-gratia grant to the family of Police Personal  who dies while fighting with anti social aliments.

9.   Payment of Rs. One lac under Janta Police Insurance Policy to the family of deceased who die due to accident.

10. The widow or unmarried son/daughter of the deceased shall be required to apply for Govt. job or Rs. 5,00,000/- with in Six months on the death of deceased under Ex-gratia assistance rule 2005.  If there is no post is available in the department with in a period of 4 years from the death of deceased, the dependent of deceased shall excesses on option for Rs. 5,00,000/- (C.F.A.) with in a period of three months after the expiry of the period of 4 years.  In case no option is given in this prescribed period no C.F.A. will be given.  No job/CFA will be given where length of service of deceased is less than 3 years.  Only CFA will be given to the family where death of employee is after attaining the age of 55 years provided the dependent as applied for the same with in six month from the death of deceased.  No. job/CFA with be given if the total income of family of deceased exceeds Rs. 6,000/- PM under this scheme.

        As per rules all the above facility will be provided if they eligible for such benefits under rules.

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-11

The budget allocated to each agency (Section 4(1) (b) (xi))

 

     Budget allotted to District Police Jind under head "2055-Police" of year 2013-14 as on 31.03.14 is Rs- 520336849

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-12

                                          The manner of execution of subsidy program

(Section 4(1)(b)(xii)

        

                                          List of individuals given subsidy 

S.No.

Name and address of the benefiary

Purpose for which subsidy provided

Amount of subsidy

Amount of subsidy

Scheme and Criterion for selection

No. of time subsidy given in past with purpose

1.

 

Ex-gratia

           

 

Dependents

 

2.

 

Scholarships

 

 

     -do-

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-13

Particulars of  recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted

(Section 4(1)(b)(xiii)

 List of beneficiaries:

Name and address of the beneficiary

Nature of concession/permit/ authorization provided

Purpose for which granted

Scheme and criterion for selection

No. of times similar concession given in past with purpose.

-Nil-

  

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-14

Information available in an electronic form

                                                                        [Section 4(1)(b)(xiv)]

                                                                                           Details of information

             CRIME FIGURES FOR THE YEARS 2010,2011,2012,2013 , 2014,2015 and up to 2016

Heads of Crime

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

 2016

 2017

2018

 

Murder

53

50

50

56

49

58

57

40

18

 

Culpable Homicide

04

04

05

11

4

5

4

-

-

 

Attempt to Murder

40

34

36

28

29

28

37

41

7

 

Kidnapping /Abduction

35

32

58

100

82

60

95

145

23

 

Assault on Government Servants

38

33

31

29

31

35

56

48

8

 

Rioting

116

105

107

167

150

      156

164

172

30

 

Dacoity

00

00

07

02

6

6

4

5

-

 

Robbery

43

34

39

33

37

39

42

36

10

 

Burglary

248

252

224

308

246

269

328

432

91

 

Total Theft

560

604

544

726

533

528

710

789

181

 

Other IPC

1298

1148

1222

1463

725

1707

1861

2148

522

 

Total IPC

2435

2271

2323

2923

2892

2891

 3358

3856

890

 

LOCAL & SPECIAL LAWS

 

 

 

 

Excise Act

753

128

68

677

756

493

697

176

31

NDPS Act

57

62

48

44

71

56

114

79

31

Arms Act

81

65

58

62

62

73

76

71

25

Gambling Act

228

150

130

162

163

111

179

61

30

P.C.Act

05

01

01

02

02

0

3

3

2

Other Local & Special Laws

115

239

160

84

66

63

257

200

49

Total Local & Special Laws

 1239

 645

   465

   1031

   1120

896

1226

590

168

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-15

        Particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information

            [Section 4(1)(b)(xv)]

                                                        Facilities available for obtaining information

 

 S.No.

Facility available

Nature of Information available

Working hours

 1.

Website

http://www.haryanapolice.gov.in/

http://www.haryanapolice.nic.in/

Online

round-the-clock

2.

Notice Board

1.  Written information/guidance

2.   List of Arrested persons

3.  List of wanted criminals with photo.

4.  List of missing persons with photo.

5.  Displaying information regarding directions of Supreme Court in respect of arrested persons.

6.  Directions for Duty Officers.

7.  Information regarding Legal services.

8.  The SC/ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.

9.  Right to Information Act. 2005

 

 

 

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-16

             Particulars of Public Information Officers

[Section 4(1)(b)(xvi)]

 

 S. No.

Section

Name of Unit

Post

Officer Posted

1.

Section 19 (1)

District Police Jind

State 1st Appellate Officer

Superintendent of Police, Jind

2.

Section 5 (1)

   -do-

State Public Information Officer

Deputy Superintendent of Police (HQ)

3.

Section 5 (2)

   -do-

State Assistant Public Information Officers 

  1. Deputy Superintendent of Police(City Jind) Jind         
  2.    2. Deputy Superintendent of Police, Narwana,Safidon at sub-division level

As per Govt. Notification No. 5/4/2005-1AR dated 29-12-2005, CID including Crime Branch, HAP, Security Organizations of Police, Telecommunication, IRB and Commando are exempted under Right to Information Act, 2005.

RIGHT TO INFORMATION

PART-17

                                                                                     Other information as may as prescribed

[Section 4(1)(b)(xvii)]

 

All other information as may be prescribed for dissemination shall be collated, tabulated, complied, collected and provided in the form of manual from time to time.

       Residential Address of Police officer District Jind.

Sr.No

Designation

Residental Address

1

SP Jind

Police House Gohana Road Jind

2

DSP (Hq) Jind

H.No.2 Police Line Jind

3

DSP Women Jind

H.No.1 Police Line Jind

4

DSP/JInd

H.No. 3 Police Line Jind

5

DSP City Jind

Police Club Police Jind

6

DSP/ Narwana

Old Court Complex Narwana

7

DSP/Safidon

Market Committee Bulling  Safidon

      Last update on 31.03.2018