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Uttar Pradesh sub-inspector (UPSI)

A sub-inspector (SI) is generally in command of few police personnel (with head constables, the equivalent of corporals, commanding police outposts). He is the lowest-ranked officer who under Indian Police rules and regulations can file a charge sheet in court, and is usually the first investigating officer. Officers subordinate to him cannot file charge sheets, but can only investigate cases on his behalf. He can be the station officer in some of the states like Kerala.

A sub-inspector ranks above an assistant sub-inspector of police (ASI) and below an inspector. Most sub-inspectors are directly recruited into the police and have better educational qualifications than lower-ranking police officers.

Specialised units such as the Central Armed Reserve Police Force, State Armed Reserve Police and Armed Battalions use the same rank, but generally these officers do not have any investigative powers. There are also specialist non-investigative officers in other Indian law enforcement agencies, such as sub-inspector (band) and sub-inspector (motor transport).

The rank insignia for a sub-inspector is two (five point) stars, and a red and blue striped ribbon at the outer end of the shoulder straps. This is similar to the insignia of a subedar in the Indian Army. The assistant sub-inspector will have one (five point) star, and a red and blue striped ribbon at the outer end of the shoulder straps. This is similar to the insignia of a naib subedar in the Indian Army. The rank insignia for principal sub-inspector and additional sub-inspector are one and the same.

History :

The present police system was created following the recommendation of the Police Commission headed by H.M. Court in 1860 and was enacted as Police Act of 1861. H.M. Court became the first inspector general of police of the then North West Province and Avadh which comprised the territory of the present state of Uttar Pradesh. Since then many amendments in the Police Act of 1861 have happened which has shaped the current institution and structure of police in the state. The first Inspector General of Uttar Pradesh was H.M. Court.

Uttar Pradesh Police
उत्तर प्रदेश पुलिस

Common name

UP Police

Motto

"सुरक्षा आपकी, संकल्प हमारा" (Hindi)
"Your protection, our pledge"

Agency overview

Formed

  • 1863; 157 years ago

Annual budget

Rs.26,395 crore (US$3.7 billion) (2020-21 est.) 

Jurisdictional structure

Operations jurisdiction

Uttar Pradesh, IN

Size

243,286 km2 (93,933.25 sq mi)

Population

199,812,341 (est. 2011)

Governing body

Department of Home (Uttar Pradesh)

Constituting instrument

  • Police Act, 1861

General nature

  • Local civilian police

Operational structure

Headquarters

Signature Building, Gomti Nagar, Ardonamau, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh (226002)

Gazetted Officers

1,368 (406 IPS officers and 963 PPS officers)

Non-Gazetted officers and Constables

2,31,443

Minister responsible

  • Yogi Adityanath (Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh)

Agency executive

  • Hitesh Chandra Awasthy, Director General of Police

Facilities

Helicopters

1

Dogs

78

UP Police SI 2020 Highlights

Recruitment For the post of

UP Police Sub Inspector (SI)

यूपी पुलिस के सब इंस्पेक्टर

Name Of The Exam

UP Police SI

Name Of The Organization

Uttar Pradesh Recruitment and Promotion Board

UP SI Vacancy

9534

Job Type

U.P.Government Job

No. of Sections

Four

Name of the Sections

  • General Hindi
  • Basic Law/ Constitution/
    General Knowledge
  • Numerical & Mental Ability Test
  • Mental Aptitude Test/IQ Test/
    Test of Reasoning

Total Marks in UP Police
SI Exam

400

Qualifying Marks

Minimum 35 % Marks in each subject &
Overall 50% Marks

Negative Marking

No

 

 

    UP Police SI 2020 Highlights

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    UP Police SI 2020 Selection Process

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    UP Police 2020 SI Result

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    UP Police SI 2020 Syllabus

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