Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Bangladesh Police


Bangladesh Police the only law-enforcement agencies. The agency is regulated by the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of Bangladesh . Directors were asked by Bangladesh police chief Inspector General of Police (IGP) or "Inspector General of Police."

Bangladesh Police participates in various public meetings and election activities including prevention of theft and robbery, prevention of looting, riot and anti-social activities. Both men and women are working in Bangladesh Police.

History of Bangladesh Police

Ancient Period

The police have a long and very old history. A study of history shows that the police were as old as civilization. The city ​​of Rome became a special institution about the police country in Augustus BC, the history of policing is also very old in the case of Bangladesh

Manusangita , Emperor Ashoka in hieroglyphics, and eminent travelers are the main sources of our history. It is from this source that the fragmentary history of this gate and the Bangladesh Police is written. Economics in kautilya by nine spies type is specified. During this time the efforts to maintain law and order in opposition society and government obstructive society were limited to the gathering of police intelligence. Secret spies are responsible for increasing the surveillance of the activities of military, civilian and military officials. All means of greed and provocation are used for this. Information economics about search strategy and investigative authority Can be found in. The accused in the punishment process is found in this book. So it was assumed that under autonomous local rules there could be a kind of police in rural and urban areas.

Medieval period

Detailed information about police activities in medieval times is not available. An official police hierarchy can be observed during the time of the great sultans. Kotwal rank police officer was in charge in the city area. Information about the police system of the Mughal period can be found in Ain-i-Akbari. The police system of the Middle Ages was introduced by Sher Shah Shuri, during the reign of the great emperor Akbar. The emperor divided his criminal administrative structure (chief representative of the emperor) into Mir Adaal and Qazi (head of the judiciary) and Kotwal (police officer in the main big city) into three parts. This system is considered to be very effective in maintaining law and order in the city. Kotwali police system has been implemented in Dhaka city. Many district headquarters police stations are still called Kotwali Thana. Mughal period Kotwal emerged as an institution.

A faujdar was appointed head of the administrative unit (district) of the government. There were also artillery and cavalry under some faujdars. Thanadar office bearers were appointed as dividers of parganas in small places. It was not until the Mughal period, however, that an orderly professional British police system was introduced. Yet in general, it was established that law and order and crime prevention administration were highly effective during the reign of Muslim rulers.

British Period 

Sir Robert Peel felt the lack of a systematic police force as the level of crime in the social system of England increased due to the Industrial Revolution. In 1829, the British Prime Minister introduced a bill to form a police force in Parliament. The London Metro Police was formed in this context. Its success in suppressing or preventing crime has received response not only in Europe but also in the United States. The New York City Police Authority was formed in 1833 in imitation of the London Metro Police.  

In 1857, the British government took full control of Indian rule from the East India Company. The success of the London Police under the Pills Act 1829 inspired the British Government to form an independent police force in India. In 181, the Commission of the Police Act (Act V of 1861) was passed by the British Parliament. Under this Act, a police force is formed in each province of India. The posts of Inspector General of Police as the Chief of Provincial Police and Superintendent of Police as the Chief of District Police were created. This system made by the British is still introduced in the Bangladesh Police.

Pakistan Period 

After the partition of the country in 1947, the name of Bangladesh Police was first changed to East Bengal Police. It was later renamed East Pakistan Police. Police activities under this name continued till the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971.

Bangladesh Police’s role in the Liberation War 

1971 is the most glorious time in the history of Bangladesh Police. During the great war of liberation, a Deputy Inspector General, several SPs and almost all police personnel gave their lives in the struggle for the liberation of Bengalis. Since March 1971, the provincial government of Pakistan has lost control over the provincial police force. The heroic members of the police openly took a stand against Pakistan. They were canceled on March 25, 1971 at the Rajarbagh Police Lines in Dhaka, used in World War II. With 303 rifles, he built resistance against the sophisticated weapons of the Pakistani army. The members of Bangladesh Police formed the first armed resistance against the Pakistani aggressors. It was this armed resistance that sent the message of the beginning of armed war to the Bengalis. These members of the police later took part in guerrilla warfare across the country for nine months and formed a strong resistance against the Pakistani army. The list of 1272 martyred policemen is mentioned in the documents of the war of independence.

Mahbubuddin Ahmed Bir Bikram, the then Sub-Divisional Police Officer of Jhenaidah, conferred the historic Guard of Honor on 16 April 1971 after the swearing in ceremony of the MujibNagar Government.

Bangladesh Period 

After the war of liberation it was organized under the name of Bangladesh Police. The Bangladesh Police, like the police forces of other countries of the world, plays a major role in maintaining law and order, security of life and property of the people, prevention and suppression of crime. The war of liberation has brought a huge change in the traditional character of Bangladesh Police. Bangladesh Police is playing an important role not only in law enforcement and crime prevention but also in maintaining the economic progress of the country. Over the past decade, Bangladesh Police has shown efficiency in curbing and controlling militancy. Members of the police are constantly showing creativity in dealing with crime with their innovative abilities and professionalism. This force, once accused of bribery and corruption, has become a force to be reckoned with for its professionalism and sense of responsibility towards the people.

Bangladesh Police Organization 

Bangladesh police chief, the Inspector General of Police (Inspector General of Police) (IGP ). Under his leadership, the Bangladesh Police Organization is divided into different sections.


  1. Police Headquarters
  2. Range police
  3. Metropolitan Police
  4. Special Bronze (SB)
  5. Criminal Investigation Department (CID)
  6. Armed Police Battalion (APBN)
  7. Rapid Action Battalion (RAB)
  8. Railway Police (GRP)
  9. Industrial Police
  10. Highway police
  11. Police Internal Website (PIO)
  12. Police Bureau of Investigation (PBI)
  13. Training institutes
  14. Tourist police
  15. Naval police

The police headquarters 

Bangladesh Police is controlled from the Police Headquarters. This office is in Gulistan, Dhaka.

Range and district police 

  • With the exception of the capital Dhaka and other metropolitan cities, the entire police force has been divided into separate ranges. Each range is led by a Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG). He is the controlling officer of the district police under him. At present there are eight ranges in eight administrative divisions and two separate ranges called Railway and Highway Police.
  • The district police chief is the Superintendent of Police (SP).
  • One or more additional Superintendents of Police are posted in each district to assist the Superintendent of Police.
  • Each police district is divided into one or more circles. An Assistant Superintendent of Police served as the Circle's chief officer.
  • Each police circle consists of several police stations. A police inspector is the officer in charge of the police station. Under him, a few sub-inspectors conduct the overall activities of the police. Under Bangladeshi law, only a sub-inspector can file a chargesheet against someone.
  • Each range maintains its own Range Reserve Force (RRF) and its own Special Armed Forces (SAF) under the district police to deal with emergencies, illegal gatherings or riots. They are deployed on the instructions of the Superintendent of Police or an officer. This force of armed constables is not used to conduct normal police activities. Their VIPs are deployed during security duties, fairs, festivals, sporting events, elections, and during natural disasters. They are also used in student or worker discontent, organized crime, and communal riots, maintaining key guard posts, and in anti-terrorist operations.

Names of eight police ranges of eight divisions

  1. Dhaka Range
  2. Chittagong Range
  3. Khulna Range
  4. Rajshahi Range
  5. Sylhet Range
  6. Barisal Range
  7. Rangpur Range
  8. Mymensingh Range

Metropolitan Police 

According to the police commissionerate system under the Metropolitan Act, seven other divisions besides Mymensingh and the Metropolitan Police have been formed to maintain law and order in Gazipur city. The first Dhaka Metropolitan Police was formed in 1986. Subsequently, six more metropolitan police forces were formed in six other divisional towns and in Gazipur. The Chief of Metropolitan Police is the Commissioner of Police.

List of metropolitan police

  1. Dhaka Metropolitan Police
  2. Chittagong Metropolitan Police
  3. Khulna Metropolitan Police
  4. Sylhet Metropolitan Police
  5. Rajshahi Metropolitan Police
  6. Barisal Metropolitan Police
  7. Gazipur Metropolitan Police
  8. Rangpur Metropolitan Police

Special Branch (SB) 

A special branch of the police collects intelligence to protect national security.

Immigration police 

Provides immigration and security services to Bangladeshi and foreign passengers arriving in Bangladesh from abroad and traveling abroad. Immigration services are provided by the special branch of Bangladesh Police.

Criminal Investigation Department (CID) 

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the police deals with terrorism, murder and organized crime. CID provides forensic support to other law enforcement agencies in need. The CID is headquartered in Malibagh, Dhaka. CID operates two training institutes called Detective Training School and Forensic Training School.

Armed Police Battalion 

An elite unit of the Bangladesh Police Force is the Armed Police Battalion (APBN). A total of eleven Armed Police Battalions, including one women's battalion, are spread across Bangladesh. One additional Additional Inspector General of Police.

The positions of the various Armed Police Battalions are given below:

1st Armed Police Battalion Uttara, Dhaka 2nd Armed Police Battalion Muktagacha, Mymensingh 3rd Armed Police Battalion Khulna 4th Armored Police Battalion Bogra 5th Armed Police Battalion Uttara, Dhaka 6th Armed Police Battalion Mardach Ardali. , (Currently located at Dhaka Airport) 9th Armed Police Battalion Chittagong 10th Armed Police Battalion Barisal 11th Armed Police Battalion (Female) Uttara, Dhaka.

Airport Armed Police (AAP) 

A specialized unit of APBN is deployed within the airport area to maintain the security of Bangladesh's international airports as the Airport Armed Police (AAP). At present, the eighth APBN is engaged in providing security at Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka.

Airport Armed Police (AAP) is a special unit of Bangladesh Police responsible for law enforcement at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, Dhaka, the largest and busiest airport in Bangladesh. AAP is a battalion of Bangladesh Armed Police Battalion (APBn). The Armed Police Battalion (APBn) is responsible for ensuring internal security by arresting armed terrorists, the Armed Police Battalion is empowered by the government under Section 8 of the Armed Police Battalion Ordinance, and the Armed Police Battalion to take charge of overall security at the airport. Police are deployed more effectively and efficiently to carry out their duties within their jurisdiction from June 1, 2011. Airport Armed Police maintains good relations and cooperation with the Civil Aviation Authority, Customs, various intelligence units, With other partners of the airport, including airlines and similar operators of other operators. A total of 100 staff members (including 100 female members) have been assigned to provide security at the largest airport in Bangladesh. Airport Armed Police There are four types of teams to protect the airport namely: Uniformed Guards and Check Team Detective Team Crisis Response Team (CRT) Monitoring and Evaluation Team Airport Armed Police independently perform airport security responsibilities. Airport Armed Police generally perform the following duties as directed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism and Bangladesh Police Headquarters,: Airport Armed Police There are four types of teams to protect the airport namely: Uniformed Guards and Check Team Detective Team Crisis Response Team (CRT) Monitoring and Evaluation Team Airport Armed Police independently perform airport security responsibilities. Airport Armed Police generally perform the following duties as directed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism and Bangladesh Police Headquarters,: Airport Armed Police There are four types of teams to protect the airport namely: Uniformed Guards and Check Team Detective Team Crisis Response Team (CRT) Monitoring and Evaluation Team Airport Armed Police independently perform airport security responsibilities. Airport Armed Police generally perform the following duties as directed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Tourism and Bangladesh Police Headquarters,:

Prevent any kind of destructive laws at the airport to prevent unauthorized and unauthorized illegal entry of unwanted and unauthorized persons, / stop hijacking or theft of passenger luggage as well as prevent harassment of passengers to ensure the overall safety of the airport. Collection of information and identification of potential culprits through the application of video technology in various areas inside the airport, including arrival, famine, parking areas, conveyor belts, aircraft accommodations, pitch areas. Search and conduct general checks at all and inside the airport and search for suspicious person passenger travel documents, luggage or body. Etc. To take necessary legal action after investigation of any incident related to luggage theft / hijacking, smuggling, unclaimed luggage, harassment of passengers.

Special Security and Protection Battalion (SPBn) 

In 2012, a specialized police unit called the Special Security and Protection Battalion was set up to protect the President, Prime Minister and visiting foreign national guests. The force is managed by a Deputy Inspector General under the control of the APBN's Chief Additional Inspector General of Police. Initially, the force started its journey with two protection battalions.

Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) 

Rapid Action Battalion or RAB (RAB) is a vigilant force formed to suppress internal terrorism in Bangladesh. The law enforcement force, headed by the police headquarters, was formed on March 26, 2004 and commenced operations on April 14 of the same year. In addition to the Bangladesh Police, the RAB is made up of members of the Bangladesh Army, Navy, Air Force, Ansar and Civil Administration. The force is managed by the Director General of RAB under the control of the Inspector General of Police. One of the successes of the RAB is the suppression of militants, especially the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen (JMB), before the RAB destroys all their networks.

Railway Police (The GRP) 

Railway Police acts as a law enforcement agency within the boundaries of Bangladesh Railway. They are responsible for maintaining the discipline of the railway station platform and for the safety of the passengers traveling in the train. They take legal action in case of a train accident. The Chief of Railway Police Range is a police officer with the rank of Deputy Inspector General (Railway Police). There are two railway districts under the Railway Police Range, one is Syedpur and the other is Chittagong. A Railway Police A Superintendent (SRP) conducts all administrative activities of the Railway District Police.

Industrial Police 

The Industrial Police started its journey on October 31, 2010 with the aim of enforcing the Labor Act, 2006 and preventing unrest in the industrial area by maintaining law and order and gathering intelligence. At present the number of members of this unit is 2990.

The four areas of work of the Industrial Police-

  1. Industrial Police-1, Ashulia, Dhaka.
  2. Industrial Police-2, Gazipur.
  3. Industrial Police-3, Chittagong.
  4. Industrial Police-4, Narayanganj.
  5. Industrial Police-5, Mymensingh.
  6. Industrial Police-6, Khulna.

Highway Police 

The Highway Police started its journey in 2005 when the government realized the need to form a highway police to make highways safer and traffic-free.The Chief Officer of the Highway Police Range is the Deputy Inspector General (Highway Police). There are two Highway Police Wings under the Highway Police Range. The Eastern Wing is headquartered in Comilla and the Western Wing is headquartered in Bogra. Each wing is headed by a Superintendent of Police (Highway). Due to insufficient manpower and vehicle crisis, the presence of highway police on wide highways across the country is not very satisfactory.

Police Internal Oversight (PIO) 

A specialized department called Internal Police Oversight works to monitor the activities of police officers working across the country and conduct intelligence activities on them. This department was established in 2006. An Assistant Inspector General of Police at the headquarters is the head of the department and he reports directly to the Inspector General of Police. Every police unit in Bangladesh is under the direct supervision of PIO. PIO agents are scattered across the country under the direct supervision of the PIO unit at the police headquarters.

Training Institutions 

Bangladesh Police Academy, Sarada, Charghat

The only police academy in the country is located at Sardahat in a charming environment on the banks of the Padma, one mile from the Charghat Upazila headquarters. In the then British India, Major H. A military officer named Chamei was the first principal of the academy. He stopped the steamer at Charghat while going on a steamer across the river Padma to search the location of the academy. He was fascinated by the beautiful surroundings, especially the huge mango orchards, the tall and large kadai trees and the vastness of the Parramatta Padma. On his return, he submitted a proposal to the British government to locate a police academy here. The British government accepted his recommendation and in July 1912 a police academy was inaugurated at Saradha. At present, this police academy provides various types of training in contemporary meditation to keep the police administration of the country dynamic and active. Its area is 145.6 acres. At present, work is underway to acquire another 100 acres of land.

Police Staff College The only staff college of Bangladesh Police was established in 2000 in Dhaka.

Police Training Center Police Training Center is located at Tangail, Rangpur, Khulna, Noakhali.

Detective Training School Detective Training School was established in 1982 in Dhaka.

List of training institutions

  • Bangladesh Police Academy, Sarada, Rajshahi
  • Police Staff College
  • Police Training Center  , Tangail
  • Police Training Center, Rangpur
  • Police Training Center, Khulna
  • Police Training Center, Noakhali
  • Detective Training School (DTS), Rajarbagh, Dhaka
  • Forensic Training Institute, Malibagh, Dhaka
  • Special Branch Training School, Malibagh, Dhaka
  • Police Peacekeepers Training School, Rajarbagh, Dhaka
  • Police Special Training School, Betbunia, Rangamati
  • Traffic and Driving School, Mill Barracks, Dhaka
  • Motor Driver Training School, Jamalpur
  • Telecommunications Training Center, Rajarbagh, Dhaka
  • Dhaka Metropolitan Police Training Academy, Rajarbagh, Dhaka
  • Rapid Action Battalion Forces Training School, Gazipur, Dhaka
  • Armed Police Battalion Training School
  • Industrial Police Training Center, Ashulia, Dhaka.

In addition to these, there are in-service training centers in every district.

Tourist Police 

In 2009, the Tourist Police was formed to provide security to local and foreign tourists visiting the world's longest sandy beach, Cox's Bazar.There are plans to expand the size of the tourist police to other tourist destinations in the country soon. The tourist police are working under the district police.

Naval police

Naval Police is one of the branches of Bangladesh Police Force. Members of this branch of the police are generally responsible for maritime security and border maritime security. Apart from this, this branch of the police also provides regular patrols and security in shipping.

Police structure  

Range police

  • Range
  • District

Intelligence Branch (DB)


Police station

Investigation center / police outpost / police camp

Metropolitan Police




Intelligence Branch (DB)


Police station

Police outpost / police camp


Intelligence Branch (DB)

Every metropolitan police and district police has its own intelligence branch. The Intelligence Branch (DB) is a highly skilled, realistic and technology based specialized branch.

Traffic police

The traffic police work under the district police in small towns and under the metropolitan police in large cities. The traffic police force the drivers of vehicles to comply with traffic laws and take legal action against violators.


Members are appointed in 4 categories at 3 levels of police.

  1. Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP)
  2. Sub Inspector (SI)
  3. Sergeant
  4. Police constable

Number of members 

According to the latest estimates, the police currently has 1 lakh 8 thousand 624 posts from constable to IGP.The ratio of police personnel to the population of Bangladesh is 1: 600.

Police level

Superior officials 

National Police hierarchy

  • Inspector General of Police (IGP)
  • Additional Inspector General of Police
  • Deputy Inspector General of Police
  • Additional Deputy Inspector General of Police
  • Superintendent of Police / Assistant Inspector General of Police (Headquarters) / Special Superintendent of Police (SS) (SB) (CID) / Superintendent of Police (Railways) / Superintendent of Police (Highway)
  • Additional Police Super
  • Assistant Superintendent of Police

Metropolitan police hierarchy

  • Commissioner of Police
  • Additional Commissioner of Police
  • Joint Commissioner of Police
  • Deputy Commissioner of Police
  • Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police
  • Assistant Commissioner of Police

Industrial Police / Rapid Action Battalion Level Arrangement

  • Director General
  • Additional Director General
  • Director
  • Deputy Director
  • Senior Assistant Director
  • Assistant Director

Subordinate officer 

Unarmed branch

  1. Inspector of Police
  2. Sub-Inspector (SI) / City Sub-Inspector (TSI)
  3. Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) / Assistant City Sub-Inspector (ATSI)
  4. Constable

Armed branch

  1. Armed police inspector
  2. Armed Sub-Inspector (Armed SI)
  3. Armed Assistant Sub-Inspector (Armed ASI)
  4. Naik
  5. Constable

Industrial police

  1. Deputy Assistant Director (DAD)
  2. Circle Commander (Sub-Inspector)
  3. Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI)
  4. Naik
  5. Constable

Rapid Action Battalion

  1. Deputy Assistant Director (DAD)
  2. Sergeant / Sub-Inspector (SI)
  3. Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI)
  4. Naik
  5. Constable

Traffic Department

  1. Traffic Inspector (TI)
  2. Sergeant / Sub-Inspector (TSI)
  3. Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) / Assistant City Sub-Inspector (ATSI)
  4. Traffic Constable

Inspector General of Police 

The Chief of Bangladesh Police is the Inspector General of Police. This is the only three star post of Bangladesh Police. The current Inspector General of Bangladesh Police is Benazir Ahmed . Those who have been in charge of the post of Inspector General of Police since 1971 are:

A. KhaleqApril 16, 1971 - April 23, 1983 (during the Mujibnagar government)
A. RahimApril 23, 1983 - December 31, 1983
A.H.M. Nurul IslamDecember 31, 1983 - November 21, 1985
Hossain AhmedNovember 21, 1985 - August 26, 1986
ABMG KibriaAugust 26, 197 - February 08, 1982
A.M.R. EatFebruary 8, 1972 - January 31, 1984
E.A. ChowdhuryFebruary 01, 1984 - December 30, 1985
Md. Habibur RahmanJanuary 01, 196 - January 09, 196
A. R. TrenchJanuary 09, 198 - February 26, 1990
Tayyab Uddin AhmedFebruary 26, 1990 - January 08, 1991 and July 20, 1991 - October 16, 1991
A. M. ChowdhuryJanuary 08, 1991 - July 20, 1991
M Enamul HaqueOctober 18, 1991 - July 08, 1992
ASM ShahjahanJuly 08, 1992 - April 22, 1998
M Azizul HaqueJuly 22, 1998 - November 18, 1998
Md. Ismail HossainNovember 18, 1998 - September 26, 1998
A. Y. B. SiddiquiSeptember 26, 1998 - June 08, 2000
Mohammad Nurul HudaJune 08, 2000 - November 08, 2001
Modabbir Hossain Chowdhury , pscNovember 18, 2001 - April 22, 2003
Shahidul HaqueApril 22, 2003 - December 15, 2004
Ashraful HudaDecember 15, 2004 - April 08, 2005
Mohammad Haris UddinApril 08, 2005 - May 08, 2005
Abdul QayyumMay 08, 2005 - July 08, 2006
Anwarul IqbalJuly 08, 2006 - November 02, 2006
God Box ChowdhuryNovember 02, 2006 - January 29, 2006
Nur MohammadJanuary 29, 2006 - August 31, 2010
Hasan Mahmud Khandaker , BPM, PPM, NDCAugust 31, 2010 - December 31, 2014
AKM Shahidul Haque , BPM, PPM1 January 2015 - 31 January 2018
Mohammad Jabed Patwari , BPM, PPM31 January 2018 - 15 April 2020
Benazir Ahmed , BPMApril 15, 2020 - Present

Community Policing in Bangladesh 

Strategic Partnership 

Community policing is a new policing philosophy to establish a joint partnership between the police and the public to solve crime problems. In our country, the concept of community policing has been adopted to effectively prevent crime by establishing public participation in policing activities.

The implementation of the partnership 

Community Policing System Community policing is a preventive policing system in which various activities are conducted to prevent crime and improve the quality of life of the people on the basis of community members, various governmental and non-governmental organizations of the society and the police. In this system, the causes of crime are investigated and steps are taken to eliminate them. Since it is not possible for the police alone to address the causes of crime, partnerships with other individuals or organizations are established. All the activities of community policing are conducted with the aim of preventing crime. Through the community policing system, the police empowers the people to provide legal advice, to make them aware of the crime, to provide various information or advice about the crime, etc. so that they can prevent the crimes in their respective areas.

The structure 

The community-based organizational committee of community policing has two structures: (1) the advisory council and (2) the executive committee or executive council.

Advisory Council

The number of members of the advisory council is 8-10. However, if the executive committee thinks that a particular person in the area can play an important role in the community policing organization, then there is an opportunity to increase its number.

Executive Committee / Executive Council

The number of members of the executive committee is between 15-20. However, the number of members can be increased to a maximum of 25 to include a special person who is enterprising, interested and famous in the area.

Police Medal 

Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) 

Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) - Courage

Bangladesh Police Medal - Service (BPM)

President Police Medal (PPM) 

Presidential Police Medal (PPM) - Adventure

President's Police Medal - Service (PPM)


Bangladesh Police use different types of vehicles. Most of them use motorcycles and pickup vans. Besides, petrol cars, trucks and buses are also in their fleet. Apart from these, helicopters, command vehicles, crime scene vehicles, APCs, riot cars, water cannons, evidence collection vans and police fleets are also involved. Highway police use Nissan Patrol, Nissan Sunny, Hyundai Sonata and many more. Besides, if necessary, the police requisition public vehicles and use them for public safety.


All the weapons used by Bangladesh Police:

  • 6.62 automatic pistol
  • Glog 16 pistol
  • Taurus pistol
  • .32Webley revolver
  • Nine MM pistol
  • M-4 Rifle
  • M-16 rifle
  • Sniper song
  • Submachine carbine
  • SLR
  • LMG
  • MMG
  • .38 Smith & Welson
  • Shotgun (12 bore) - 08 dharainer
  • 6.62 mm Chinese rifle
  • 6.62 x 51G3 rifle
  • It's 48
  • Tear shell gas song
  • 6.62 submachine gun
  • Gas grenade
  • Sound Grenade
  • Pepper spray
  • Tracer song

Unarmed police use sticks.

Women police 

Bangladesh Women Police is formed to arrest and search women criminals! Usually 15 percent of the police are women.

Special weapons and tactics (SWAT) 

Special Weapons And Tactics (Special Weapons and Tactics) is an elite branch of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police Unit. It was formed on 26 February 2009. Swat works under the intelligence branch of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police Unit. Swat unit members use sophisticated weapons and equipment. They are trained at home and abroad. Swat members are deployed to deal with emergencies and crisis management, terrorist attacks, hostage rescue and other crimes.

BD Police Helpline 

A mobile application called 'BD Police Helpline' was launched in October 2016 to ensure dynamism and transparency in the activities of Bangladesh Police. If any complaint is made through this, it automatically reaches from the concerned police station to the police headquarters.

Contributions to UN Peacekeeping Operations 

In 1979, the Bangladesh Police in Namibia served as a member of the first UN peacekeeping mission in Bangladesh. Since then, the members of Bangladesh Police have been working in other missions including Ivory Coast, Sudan, Darfur, Liberia, Casabo, East Timor, DR Congo, Angola, Haiti. In 2005, the first UN peacekeeping mission in Ivory Coast, the FPU, began operations. Bangladesh has the highest number of police personnel in peacekeeping missions. A total of 2,050 people are currently working in seven UN peacekeeping missions in six countries, including two women police FPUs (one in Congo and the other in Haiti).

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