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With the glorifing motto “Sevarth Katibaddhta” meaning Committed to Serve, Rajasthan Police truly following the code of conduct. Rajasthan Police mission is to uphold the law, maintain order and keep peace. Rajasthan police works in partnership with the community to protect life and property, prevent crime and disorder, detect and apprehend offenders and preserve a sense of security in the society.

History of Rajasthan Police

Rajasthan was formed by the merger of many princely states. On 31st March 1949, the then home Minister of India Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel inaugurated Rajasthan state. But complete Rajasthan state came up in 1956 when all princely states added up to take a shape of present Rajasthan. To maintain law and order of such a big state, police forces of the princely states merge to form Rajasthan Police.

In the starting years, the Rajasthan police got its first IG Shri. R.Banerji on 7th April, 1949. At that time Rajasthan Police was headed by officers on deputation. Rajasthan Police Service was formed in January 1951 and eligible officers from all over the State were appointed.

With a disciplined growth over the years, Rajasthan Police excel in organisation, equipment, operational techniques, attitude and outlook.

Rajasthan Police At A Glance
Number of Police Ranges
Number of Police Districts
Number of Police GRP Districts
Number of Police Circles
Number of Police Stations
Number of Police Out-Posts
Number of State Armed Police Bns. including MBC
Indian Police Service
Rajasthan Police Service
Police Subordinate Service
Sub Inspector
Assistant Sub Inspector
Head Constable

Direct recruitment in Rajasthan Police

There are four entry levels (Common to all the Cadres of Rajasthan Police) for joining the Police Force as Police Constable, as Police Sub Inspector, as Deputy Superintendent of Police and through the Indian Police Service, however, in Telecommunications Cadre, Direct Recruitment is also made on the posts of Inspector and as Assistant Sub Inspector while in State Special Branch, on Assistant Sub Inspector through local board/ RPSC.

  • For Constable, each district has its separate recruitment.
  • For Police Sub Inspector and Deputy Superintendent of Police, the recruitment is done by the Rajasthan Public Service Commission.
  • For Indian Police Service, the recruitment is done by the Union Public Service Commission.
    Post Educational Qualification *Physical Standards *Method
    Constable (General) Xth Chest – 81 cm minimum
    (expansion min 5 cm)
    Height – 168 cm
    Age – 18 yrs to 23 yrs
    The upper age limit is relaxed as per Governments Rules.
    1. Written Test (PHQ)
    2. Physical and Medical Examination
    3. Physical efficiency Test
    Constable (RAC) VIIIth
    Sub Inspector Graduate Degree from a
    Chest – 81 cm minimum
    (expansion min 5 cm)
    Height – 168 cm
    Age – 20 yrs to 25 yrs (For S.I.) and for Dy.S.P. Please refer R.P.S.C. Notification
    The upper age limit is relaxed as per Governments Rules.
    1. Written Test (RPSC)
    2. Physical effenciency Test
    3. Interview by RPSC
    Dy. SP. 1. Written Test (RPSC)
    2. Medical and Physical Examination
    3. Interview by RPSC

*For latest rules etc., please go through the recruitment advertisements published in leading daily newspapers and in http://police.rajasthan.gov.in/.

Women in Rajasthan Police

Rajasthan first Mahila Police Station was established in March 1989 at Jaipur. Now there are 14 women Police Stations in Rajasthan at Jaipur 3(Jaipur City North, South and East), Jodhpur, Kota, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Pali, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bikaner and Sri Ganganagar. Cased registered at these police stations are investigated by women police officers. Also, for better supervision and monitoring of these cases, a cell has been created in the CID(Crime Branch) headed by a Superintendent of Police. Similarly, for better coordination at the district level, women cells have been created in 22 district headquarters.

A monthly meeting is also held by the State Government with representatives of different women’s organisations alongwith administration and police officers to discuss issues related with problems of women. The first woman R.P.S. officer was selected in October, 1979 and today there are 15 lady I.P.S. officers and 27 lady RPS officers in the State. Now, women police personnel are at par with their male counterparts and are imparted training in drill, riot control, security duties and so on.

Contact Details of Rajasthan Police Headquater

Sh. HC Meena
DGP Rajasthan
Rajasthan Police Headquarters
Bari Chaupar
Jaipur : 302002
Rajasthan ,India .
DGP Phone Number : +911412606657, +911412574849
Email: dgp-rj@nic.in
Rajasthan Police Website : http://police.rajasthan.gov.in/


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One Response to “Rajasthan Police”

  1. Dharm singh gurjar Says

    sir inform me come for rajasthan police sub inspector bhrti i am working of railway protection force

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