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PROTECT & SERVE   

SIKKIM   POLICE 

THE RIGHT TO INFORMATION ACT, 2005

Information under Section 4 (1) b of RTI Act, 2005 

 

Minister-in-Charge :    Dr. Pawan Chamling

                                          Hon’ble Chief Minister

 

Head of Department :    Shri Jasbir Singh, IPS

                                          Director General of Police

Chapter 1

 Introduction 

1.1         Background : With a view to providing information to the common people about every public authority and to confer upon them the right of access to information about the functioning and to enable them to get details about the schemes of the Government implemented by various departments, "The Right to Information Act, 2005” was enacted by the Government of India. The Sikkim Police has brought out this manual for information and guidance of the general public. 

1.2         Objective of Manual : After the enactment of the Right to Information Act, 2005, the Section 4 (1) b contained therein has made it mandatory to every public authority to disclose on sue motto basis certain information to the general public. Hence this compendium with standardized information is published for easy access and understanding by the public. 

1.3        Intended Users : Citizens, civil society organizations, public representatives, officers and employees of public authorities including Public Information Officers and Assistant Public Information Officers and Appellate Officers, Central and State Information Commissions etc. 

1.4          Definition of key terms :  

(a)             “Core Functions” means duties related to sovereign functions of the State including arrest, search, seizure, crime investigation, crowd control and allied functions that can only be performed by the police as the agency of the State.

(b)            “Police District” means such area as may be declared to be a Police District by the State Government by notification under Section 8 of the the Sikkim Police Act, 2008 (Act No. 15 of 2008).

(c)            “Police Officer” means any member of the Police Service of the State.

(d)            “Station House Officer” means the Officer-in-Charge of Police Station of and above the rank of Sub-Inspector of Police. 

1.5           Contents :

·       Organization, Functions & Duties (Chapter 2)

·       Powers & Duties of Officers and Employees (Chapter 3)

·       Procedure Followed in Decision-making Process (Chapter 4)

·       Norms set for the Discharge of Functions (Chapter 5)

·       Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records (Chapter 6) for Discharging Functions

·       Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority  under its Control (Chapter 7)

·       Arrangement for Consultation with, or Representation by, the Members of the Public in relation to the Formulation of Policy or Implementation thereof (Chapter 8)

·       Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority (Chapter 9)

·       Directory of Officers and Employees (Chapter 10)

·       Monthly Remuneration received by Officers and Employees, including the System of Compensation as provided in Regulations. (Chapter 11)

·       Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc. (Chapter 12)

·       Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes (Chapter 13)

·       Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorization Granted by the Public Authority (Chapter 14)

·       Information Available in Electronic Form (Chapter 15)

·       Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for Obtaining Information (Chapter 16)

·       Names, Designations and other Particulars of Public Information Officers (Chapter 17) 

1.6         Getting additional information : The Police Department has appointed Shri N. Sridhar Rao, IPS, Deputy Inspector General of Police/Range as State Public Information Officer  who may be contacted in his office at Police Headquarters, NH 31-A, Gangtok personally or through phone No. 201420. 

1.7           Names & Addresses of key contact points : State Police Control Room, Police Headquarters, Gangtok (Sikkim) can be contacted on phone Nos. (03592) 202892/201566 for further information.

 

Chapter 2

Organization, Functions & Duties 

The first Sikkim Police Out Post was set up on November 27, 1897 at a small village called Aritar in Rhenock in the eastern border of the State, with a strength of one Havildar and 4 Constables with the expressed mandate to maintain security and peace on the thriving trade route to Tibet through the Jelepla Pass  

In the later years, Sikkim Police experimented with a Commissionerate type of system, during the early 50s and 60s headed by a Deputy Commissioner of Police and subsequently an IGP rank Officer headed the Force during the 70s and early 80s. Since September 1986, Sikkim Police has been headed by a Director General of Police.

        Today, it is a modern Police Force with a strength of nearly 4000 personnel with 4 Districts, 9 Sub – Divisions, 26 Police Stations and 45 Out Posts and various specialized Branches.  

        The Sikkim Police Headquarters is located in the heart of the capital at Gangtok along the National Highway. The Offices of the Director General of Police, Additional Director General of Police/ Crime & Check Posts and Inspectors General of Police are located here.  

The Offices of the Additional Director General of Police/ Special Branch and the Inspector General of Police/Security are located at Sonam Tshering Marg, Gangtok while the office of the Inspector General of Police/ Check Post Police has its establishment at Development Area, Gangtok.

          The core functions and duties of the Police are:- 

(a)             to uphold and enforce the law impartially, and to protect life, property, human rights and dignity of the members of the public; 

(b)            to promote and preserve public order and prevent nuisances in public places; 

(c)             to protect internal security, to prevent and control terrorist activities, breaches of communal harmony, militant activities and other situations affecting Internal Security; 

(d)            to protect public properties including roads, railways, bridges, vital installations and establishments etc. against acts of vandalism, violence or any kind of attack; 

(e)             to prevent crimes, and reduce the opportunities for the commission of crimes through preventive action, intelligence gathering and community participation; 

(f)              to accurately register all complaints and take prompt follow up action thereon, after duly acknowledging the receipt of the complaint; 

(g)            to register and investigate all cognizable offences coming to their notice through such complaints or otherwise, duly supplying a copy of the First Information Report to the complainant, and where appropriate, to apprehend the offenders, and extend requisite assistance in the prosecution of offenders

(h)         to create and maintain a feeling of security in the community and as far as possible prevent conflicts and promote amity; 

(h)            to provide, as first responders, all possible help to people in situations arising out of natural or man-made disasters, and to provide active assistance to other agencies in relief and rehabilitation measures; 

(i)              to aid individuals who are in danger of physical harm to their person or property, and to provide necessary help and afford relief to people in distress situations; 

(j)              to facilitate orderly movement of people in public places, ensure their general safety and security, and regulate fairs, events and processions for the purpose; 

(k)            to control and regulate traffic on streets, roads and highways and generally in public places, and prevent obstruction; 

(l)              to collect intelligence relating to matters affecting public peace, and all kinds of crimes including social and economic offences and organized crime, communalism, extremism, terrorism and other matters relating to national security, and disseminate the same to all concerned agencies, besides acting as appropriate on it themselves; 

(m)         to take charge, as a Police officer on duty, of all unclaimed property, and take action for their safe custody and disposal in accordance with the procedure prescribed; 

(n)            to provide guards in accordance with the standing orders issued in this behalf for treasuries, lock ups and other locations as sanctioned by the Government from time to time; 

(o)            to provide escorts over prisoners or for valuables on accordance with standing orders issued by the Director General of Police from time to time; 

(q)         to perform such other functions as may be required in accordance with the Act in force and any other law for the time being in force.

 

Chapter 3

Powers & Duties of Officers and Employees 

          The Director General of Police holding the senior most position in the hierarchy of the Police Service of the State is responsible for the overall direction and supervision of the Police Service. He exercises such powers, perform such functions and duties, and have such responsibilities and such authority, as prescribed under Sikkim Police Act, 2008 and other laws in force.  

          The Department has various Branches with specific functions that are assisted by necessary Technical and Support services. The powers and functions of Head of Offices are delegated to the various Branch Heads namely, (i) Headquarters, (ii) Check Posts, (iii) Communication, (iv) Criminal Investigation Department, (v) Home Guards & Civil Defence, (vi) Fire & Emergency Services, (vii) Planning, Modernization & CSS, (viii) State Intelligence Department, (ix) Sikkim Armed Police, (x) India Reserve Battalion and (xi) District Police for four districts. 

          The administration of Police in a district is vested in the District Superintendent of Police who is primarily responsible for maintenance of public peace, maintenance of law and order, detection and investigation of crimes, security of VIPs and the public at large, police arrangements in various functions and regulation of traffic. 

          The main source of powers and duties of a Station House Officer (officer-in-charge) of a Police Station, which is a focal point of the organization, is the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973. The powers exercised by the SHO of any Police Station are also exercisable by the superior officers of the concerned jurisdiction. 

 

Chapter 4

Procedure Followed in Decision-making Process 

          The important decisions involving major policy matters are taken by the DGP with the approval of the Government. However, all other decisions are taken by the DGP on the recommendations of the subordinate officers after careful examination of the proposals. 

Chapter 5

Norms set for the Discharge of Functions 

          As in the case of all other Departments the Police Department also adheres to the norms of the State Government for discharge of administrative functions. However, for operational matters for policing it follows its own norms contained in Rules, Manuals and Standing Orders. 

Chapter 6

Rules, Regulations, Instructions, Manual and Records for Discharging Functions 

          As per the Constitution, the Police discharge the sovereign function of the state at various levels through various units. At the cutting edge level of Police Station, Criminal Procedural Laws, Evidentiary Laws, Major Penal Laws and other Central Enactments as extended to and enforced in the state of Sikkim are followed. 

          Sikkim Police is in the process of preparing a Police Manual which will be a compendium prescribing the details of roles and functions of various Branches of Sikkim Police. A high powered committee of experienced Police Officers is involved in the preparation of the Manual which is likely to be published shortly.    

Chapter 7

Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority under its Control 

          A Police Station is the focal point through which the various services are delivered directly to the citizens. The following main documents are maintained in a PS : 

(a) General Diary, (b) First Information Report, (c) Crime Register, (d) Malkhana Register, (e) Arms Register, (f) Missing Persons Register, (g) Arrest & Lock Up Register, (h) Unclaimed Property Register, (i) Unnatural Death Register, (j) Passport Verification Register, (k) Summons & Warrants Register, (l) Certificate of Identification/ Sikkim Subject Verification Register, (m) Property Attachment Register, (n) Village Crime Note Books etc. 

          All other crime related figures and details are centrally compiled by the State Crime Record Bureau under Criminal Investigation Department at Police Headquarters.

 

Chapter 8

Arrangement for Consultation with, or Representation by, the Members of the Public in relation to

the Formulation of Policy or Implementation thereof 

          The State Gov’t has established a State Police Board under the chairmanship of the Chief Minister and three independent members among others to facilitate the laying down of policies, evaluate performance and ensure the functional autonomy of State Police Service subject to the provisions of law. The State Police Board functions in the manner provided in the Sikkim Police Act, 2008. The Board meets as often as deemed necessary, but at least once in six months.

 

Chapter 9

Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority 

The following are the important bodies constituted as part of Public Authority under the Sikkim Police Act, 2008. 

(a)             State Police Board : The Board shall facilitate the laying down of policies, evaluate performance and ensure the functional autonomy of the State Police Service subject to the provisions of law. The Board shall function in the manner provided in the Sikkim Police Act, 2008. 

(b)            State Police Establishment Committee : The Committee is responsible for approving all transfers and postings of officers below the rank of Dy. Superintendent of Police, issuing of general policy directions and Standing Orders on postings and transfers, hearing and disposing of appeals against transfer orders, recommending proposals for transfer of officers of the rank of Dy. Superintendent of Police and above to the State Government and making recommendations to the State Government with regard to representations in service matters. 

(c)             Police Accountability Commission : The Commission enquires into public complaints supported by sworn statement on oath against Police Officers for serious misconduct including violation of Human Rights. It performs various other functions as stipulated in Chapter XII of Sikkim Police Act, 2008. 

Chapter 10

Directory of Officers and Employees 

S No

Name of Office/Adm. Unit

Name & Designation

Phone/Fax

E-mail ID

1

o/o Director General of Police/Sikkim

Jasbir Singh, IPS, DGP

202747(O)/202341(TELEFAX)

270655(R)

dgp@sikkimpolice.nic.in

2

o/o Addl.DGP/Special Branch

Abhijit Datta, IPS, ADGP

205314(O)

203668(R)

adgpint@sikkimpolice.nic.in

3

o/o Addl.DGP/Hqrs & Armed Police

O.H.Subba,IPS, ADGP

202960(O)

202860(R)

adgphq@sikkimpolice.nic.in

4.

o/o Addl.DGP/CID

T.Norbu, IPS, ADGP

203098(O)

270533(R)

adgpcid@sikkimpolice.nic.in

5

o/o ADGP/Training Janga Basnett,IPS IGP

203272(O)

203407(R)

adgptrg@sikkimpolice.nic.in

6.

o/o IGP/Law & Order

S.D.Negi, IPS, IGP

220718(O)

202680(R)

igplo@sikkimpolice.nic.in

7

o/o Director/Fire & ES

T.T.Tamang, IPS, IGP

202748(O)

202025(R)

dirfs@sikkimpolice.nic.in

8

o/o IGP/Check Post

Bhupendra Thapa, IPS, IGP

201419(O)

203857(R)

igpcp@sikkimpolice.nic.in

9

o/o IGP/Communications & Computers and Planning&Mod.

A. Sudhakar Rao, IPS, IGP

203478(O)

20(R)

igpcom@sikkimpolice.nic.in

igpplanning@sikkimpolice.nic.in

10

o/o IGP/Security

Sangay Dorjee, IPS, IGP

203375(O)

202045(R)

igpsec@sikkimpolice.nic.in

11

o/o IGP/Armed Police

Akshay Sachdeva, IPS, IGP

203661(O)

281844(R)

igpap@sikkimpolice.nic.in

12

o/o DIGP/Range N.Sridhar Rao,IPS, DIGP

201420(O)

200(R)

digrange@sikkimpolice.nic.in

13

o/o SP/East

Dr. M. S. Tuli, IPS, SP

284416(O)

202681(R)

speast@sikkimpolice.nic.in

14

o/o SP/West

D.B.Giri, IPS, SP

250763(O)

2(R)

spwest@sikkimpolice.nic.in

15

o/o SP/North

B.K.Tamang,SPS, SSP

234242(O)

234285(R)

spnorth@sikkimpolice.nic.in

16

o/o SP/South

Manoj Tiwari,IPS, SP

264630(O)

263727(R)

spsouth@sikkimpolice.nic.in

17

o/o CO/Sikkim Armed Police

Tashi Wangyal,, IPS, Commandant

237246(O)

237482(R)

cosap@sikkimpolice.nic.in

18

o/o CO/India Reserve Bn.

Aswini Kr. Chand, IPS, Commandant

Camp : Delhi

203661(O)

011-24676114

011-23092762

coirb1@sikkimpolice.nic.in

19

o/o CO/India Reserve 2nd Bn.

(Pipaley HQs)

Hemraj Rai, SPS

03595-276292(O)-Pipaley

03592-281894(R)-Gangtok

03595-276668(R)-Pipaley

coirb2@sikkimpolice.nic.in

20

o/o CO/India Reserve 3rd Bn. Sonam Gyatso Bhutia, SPS 202835/237382(O) coirb3@sikkimpolice.nic.in

 

Chapter 11

Monthly Remuneration received by Officers and Employees, including the System of Compensation

as provided in Regulations

 

11.1 Information on remuneration and compensation structure for officers and employees:

 

 

 

 

Sl. No.

Designation

Pay Scales

(Pre-Revised Scales)

I

Indian Police Service

 

1

Director General of Police

24050-650-26000

2

Additional Director General of Police

22400-525-24500

3

Inspector General of Police

18400-500-22400

4

Director Fire & Emergency Service

18400-500-22400

5

Deputy Inspector General of Police

16400-450-20000

6

Superintendent of Police (Selection Grade)

14300-400-18300

7

Superintendent of Police (Jr. Adm. Scale)

12000-375-16500

8

Superintendent of Police (Senior Time Scale)

10000-325-15200

9

Assistant Superintendent of Police (Jr. Time Scale)

8000-275-13500

II

State Police Service

 

1

Deputy Inspector General of Police

12500-375-17000

2

Senior Superintendent of Police

11000-350-16250

3

Superintendent of Police

9000-300-13800

4

Addl. Superintendent of Police

9000-300-13800

5

Dy. Superintendent of Police

7500-250-12000

6

Dy. Police Radio Officer

7500-250-12000

7

Inspector

7000-225-11500

8

Fire Station Officer

7000-225-11500

9

Sub Inspector

5000-150-8000

10

Sub Fire Officer

5000-150-8000

11

Assistant Sub Inspector

4200-110-6400

12

Assistant Sub Fire Officer

4200-110-6400

13

Head Constable

4000-100-6000

14

Leading Firemen

4000-100-6000

15

Naik

3600-90-5400

16

Lance Naik

3400-85-5100

17

Writer Constable

3400-85-5100

18

Firemen

3200-80-4800

19

Constable

3200-80-4800

20

Follower

2850-55-4170

21

Follower Dhobi

2850-55-4170

22

Follower Barber

2850-55-4170

23

Cobbler

2850-55-4170

24

Follower Cook

2850-55-4170

25

Follower Sweeper

2850-55-4170

26

Water Man

2850-55-4170

27

Chowkidar

2850-55-4170

28

Water Carrier

2850-55-4170

III

Other State Services

 

1

Additional Secretary

12500-375-17000

2

Joint Secretary

11000-350-16250

3

Law Officer

11000-350-16250

4

Senior Accounts Officer

9000-300-13800

5

Deputy Director (Telecom)

9000-300-13800

6

Deputy Director (PME)

9000-300-13800

7

Senior Private Secretary

9000-300-13800

8

Assistant Director/Fire & Emergency Service

7500-250-12000

9

Assistant Director/Photo

7500-250-12000

10

Accounts Officer

7000-225-11500

11

Officer Superintendent

5500-175-9000

12

Sr. Accountant

5500-175-9000

13

Stenographer G-II

5000-150-8000

14

Accountant

4500-135-7200

15

Head Assistant

4500-135-7200

16

Stenographer G-III

4300-125-6800

17

Sr. Computer Operator

4300-125-6800

18

Jr. Computer Operator

3600-90-5400

19

UDC

4000-100-6000

20

Junior Accountant

4000-100-6000

21

Computer Operator

4000-100-6000

22

Field Assistant

4000-100-6000

23

LDC

3400-85-5100

24

Accounts Clerk

3400-85-5100

25

Daftry

3050-75-4550

26

Peon

2850-55-4170

 

Chapter 12

Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc.

 

12.1 Information about the Non-Plan Budget

 

 

 

 

 

(Rupees in thousand)

PARTICULARS AND NATURE OF THE EXPENDITURE INDICATING MAJOR, MINOR AND DETAILED HEADS

ACTUAL EXPENDITURE 2007-08

BUDGET ESTIMATES 2008-09

EXPENDITURE UPTO 30/06/2008

1

2

3

4

 

 

REVENUE SECTION

 

 

 

M.H.

2055

 Police

 

 

 

 

00.001

Direction & Administration

 

 

 

 

60

Inspector General of Police

 

 

 

 

60.00.01

Salaries

17018

18868

6032

 

60.00.11

Travel Expenses

1020

1150

56

 

60.00.13

Office Expenses

1347

1200

242

 

60.00.22

Arms & Ammunitions

1763

2500

0

 

60.00.25

Clothing & Tentage

12000

12000

0

 

60.00.41

Secret Service Expenditure

400

400

100

 

60.00.50

Other Charges

160

100

50

 

60.00.51

Motor Vehicles

2581

2150

365

 

60.00.05

Rewards

56

90

4

Total

60

Inspector General of Police

36345

38458

6849

Total

00.001

Direction & Administration

36345

38458

6849

 

00.003

Education & Training

 

 

 

 

61

Police Training Centre

 

 

 

 

61.00.01

Salaries

8194

8880

2866

 

61.00.11

Travel Expenses

302

250

110

 

61.00.13

Office Expenses

288

300

170

 

61.00.51

Motor Vehicles

376

400

95

 

61.00.52

Machinery and  Equipments

382

450

0

Total

61

Police Training Centre

9542

10280

3241

Total

00.003

Education & Training

9542

10280

3241

 

00.101

Crime Investigation & Vigilance

 

 

 

 

62

Intelligence Branch

 

 

 

 

62.00.01

Salaries

29770

25253

7940

 

62.00.11

Travel Expenses

1133

1400

162

 

62.00.13

Office Expenses

795

1692

317

 

62.00.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

389

396

7

 

62.00.41

Secret Service Expenditure

600

800

0

 

62.00.50

Other Charges

0

950

0

 

62.00.51

Motor Vehicles

1798

1800

390

Total

62

Intelligence Branch

34485

32291

8816

 

63

Crime Investigation Branch

 

 

 

 

63.00.01

Salaries

11870

11360

4039

 

63.00.11

Travel Expenses

806

1000

66

 

63.00.13

Office Expenses

690

590

79

 

63.00.41

Secret Service Expenditure

100

100

30

 

63.00.51

Motor Vehicles

1324

1200

338

Total

63

Crime Investigation Branch

14790

14250

4552

Total

00.101

Crime Investigation & Vigilance

49275

46541

13368

 

00.104

Special Police

 

 

 

 

64

Sikkim Armed Police

 

 

 

 

64.00.01

Salaries

146175

156914

51815

 

64.00.11

Travel Expenses

5544

8000

1600

 

64.00.13

Office Expenses

1460

700

175

 

64.00.51

Motor Vehicles

3179

4000

1175

Total

64

Sikkim Armed Police

156358

169614

54765

 

65

 India Reserve Battalion

 

 

 

 

65.00.01

Salaries

119871

130434

43290

 

65.00.11

Travel Expenses

2108

2000

215

 

65.00.13

Office Expenses

2301

2000

489

 

65.00.22

Arms & Ammunitions

1825

3500

0

 

65.00.25

Clothing & Tentage

5000

5000

58

 

65.00.51

Motor Vehicles

2984

3500

1171

Total

65

 India Reserve Battalion

134089

146434

45223

Total

00.104

Special Police

290447

316048

99988

 

00.108

State Police Headquarters

 

 

 

 

66

Traffic Police

 

 

 

 

66.00.01

Salaries

10711

11138

3345

 

66.00.11

Travel Expenses

306

300

5

 

66.00.13

Office Expenses

560

560

3

 

66.00.51

Motor Vehicles

1000

1000

138

Total

66

Traffic Police

12577

12998

3491

 

67

Reserve Lines & Police Band

 

 

 

 

67.00.01

Salaries

70300

82650

24261

 

67.00.11

Travel Expenses

942

1000

426

 

67.00.13

Office Expenses

500

700

103

 

67.00.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

260

300

40

 

67.00.51

Motor Vehicles

2500

3000

971

Total

67

Reserve Lines & Police Band

74502

87650

25801

Total

00.108

State Headquarters Police

87079

100648

29292

 

00.109

District Police

 

 

 

 

68

 DIGP Range Office (North & East)

 

 

 

 

68.00.01

Salaries

2910

2224

533

 

68.00.11

Travel Expenses

105

150

0

 

68.00.13

Office Expenses

245

200

13

 

68.00.41

Secret Service Expenditure

70

70

20

Total

68

 DIGP Range Office (North & East)

3330

2644

566

 

00.45

East District

 

 

 

 

00.45.01

Salaries

64202

70453

21632

 

00.45.11

Travel Expenses

1315

1500

8

 

00.45.13

Office Expenses

1202

1200

92

 

00.45.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

300

400

5

 

00.45.41

Secret Service Expenditure

150

150

40

 

00.45.51

Motor Vehicles

2326

2500

413

Total

00.45

East District

69495

76203

22190

 

00.46

West District

 

 

 

 

00.46.01

Salaries

35090

35348

11425

 

00.46.11

Travel Expenses

1059

1050

141

 

00.46.13

Office Expenses

2433

2600

126

 

00.46.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

266

303

68

 

00.46.41

Secret Service Expenditure

73

80

20

Total

00.46

West District

38921

39381

11780

 

00.47

North District

 

 

 

 

00.47.01

Salaries

13029

13902

4634

 

00.47.11

Travel Expenses

1832

800

20

 

00.47.13

Office Expenses

1435

1600

200

 

00.47.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

16

35

0

 

00.47.41

Secret Service Expenditure

60

80

20

Total

00.47

North District

16372

16417

4874

 

00.48

South District

 

 

 

 

00.48.01

Salaries

48659

49708

16992

 

00.48.11

Travel Expenses

950

1200

102

 

00.48.13

Office Expenses

2509

3000

349

 

00.48.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

165

225

0

 

00.48.41

Secret Service Expenditure

80

80

0

Total

00.48

South District

52363

54213

17443

Total

00.109

District Police

180481

188858

56853

 

00.113

Welfare of Police Personnel

 

 

 

 

69

Welfare Programmes

 

 

 

 

69.00.50

Other Charges

 

1200

0

Total

69

Welfare Programmes

979

1200

0

Total

00.113

Welfare of Police Personnel

979

1200

0

 

00.114

Wireless & Computers

 

 

 

 

70

Police Wireless Branch

 

 

 

 

70.00.01

Salaries

24193

23760

7942

 

70.00.11

Travel Expenses

737

900

293

 

70.00.13

Office Expenses

702

850

224

 

70.00.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

10

200

0

 

70.00.51

Motor Vehicles

865

900

201

 

70.00.52

Machinery and  Equipments

943

950

85

Total

70

Police Wireless Branch

27450

27560

8745

 

71

Computer Branch

 

 

 

 

71.00.01

Salaries

1513

1514

529

 

71.00.11

Travel Expenses

100

100

65

 

71.00.13

Office Expenses

110

135

0

 

71.00.51

Motor Vehicles

100

100

8

 

71.00.52

Machinery and  Equipments

195

360

0

Total

71

Computer Branch

2018

2209

602

Total

00.114

Wireless & Computers

29468

29769

9347

 

00.116

Forensic Science

 

 

 

 

00.00.01

Salaries

3108

3167

1028

 

00.00.11

Travel Expenses

90

90

10

 

00.00.13

Office Expenses

200

450

13

Total

00.116

Forensic Science

3398

3707

1051

 

00.800

Other Expenditure

 

 

 

 

73

Expenditure on MSS

 

 

 

 

73.00.74

Maintenance of Security Staff

1380

1500

228

Total

73

Expenditure on MSS

1380

1500

228

 

74

Check-Posts Administration (HQ)

 

 

 

 

74.00.01

Salaries

1480

1651

488

 

74.00.11

Travel Expenses

57

60

18

 

74.00.13

Office Expenses

40

40

0

Total

74

Check-Posts Administration (HQ)

1577

1751

506

 

75

Check-Posts at Other Places (Expenditure

 

 

 

 

 

to be reimbursed by GOI)

 

 

 

 

75.00.01

Salaries

35629

35172

12383

 

75.00.11

Travel Expenses

1007

1000

146

 

75.00.13

Office Expenses

3093

3500

496

 

75.00.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

430

430

0

 

75.00.27

Minor Works

425

1200

0

 

75.00.41

Secret Service Expenditure

100

100

25

Total

75

Check-Posts at Other Places (Expenditure

40684

41402

13050

 

 

to be reimbursed by GOI)

 

 

 

Total

00.800

Other Expenditure

43641

44653

13784

Total

2055

Police

730655

780162

233773

M.H.

2059

Public Works

 

 

 

 

01

Office Buildings

 

 

 

 

01.053

Maintenance and Repairs

 

 

 

 

61

Other Maintenance Expenditure

 

 

 

 

82

Maint. & Repairs of Office Bldgs.

 

 

 

 

61.82.27

Minor Works

2021

2000

0

Total

2059

Public Works

2021

2000

0

M.H.

2070

Other Administrative Services

 

 

 

 

00.106

 Civil Defence (50% Expenditure

 

 

 

 

 

to be reimbursed by GOI)

 

 

 

 

60

Establishment

 

 

 

 

60.00.01

 Salaries

1912

1946

352

 

60.00.11

Travel Expenses

123

200

0

 

60.00.13

Office Expenses

426

250

48

 

60.00.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

0

50

0

 

60.00.52

Machinery and  Equipments

153

400

0

Total

00.106

 Civil Defence (50% Expenditure

2614

2846

400

 

 

to be reimbursed by GOI)

 

 

 

 

00.107

Home Guards (50% Expenditure

 

 

 

 

 

to be reimbursed by GOI)

 

 

 

 

60

Establishment

 

 

 

 

60.00.01

 Salaries

5094

4703

1767

 

60.00.11

Travel Expenses

108

120

0

 

60.00.13

Office Expenses

757

600

5

 

60.00.25

Clothing & Tentage

424

700

0

 

60.00.51

Motor Vehicles

0

300

70

Total

00.107

Home Guards (50% Expenditure

6383

6423

1842

 

 

to be reimbursed by GOI)

 

 

 

 

00.108

Fire Protection and control

 

 

 

 

60

Establishment

 

 

 

 

60.00.01

 Salaries

20915

23300

7340

 

60.00.11

Travel Expenses

450

450

151

 

60.00.13

Office Expenses

400

400

116

 

60.00.14

Rent, Rates & Taxes

69

140

20

 

60.00.51

Motor Vehicles

2031

1800

419

 

60.00.52

Machinery and  Equipments

599

800

0

Total

00.108

Fire Protection and control

24464

26890

8046

Total

2070

Other Administrative Services

33461

36159

10288

 

2216

Housing

 

 

 

 

06

Police Housing

 

 

 

 

06.053

Maintenance and Repairs

 

 

 

 

61

Other Maintenance Expenditure

 

 

 

 

89

Maintenance and Repairs

 

 

 

 

61.89.27

Minor Works

243

2000

1780

Total

2216

Housing

243

2000

1780

Total

 

REVENUE SECTION

766137

820321

245841

Total

 

Voted

766137

820321

245841

 

12.2 Information about the Plan Budget

 

 

 

 

 

(Rupees in thousand)

PARTICULARS AND NATURE OF THE EXPENDITURE INDICATING MAJOR, MINOR AND DETAILED HEADS

ACTUAL EXPENDITURE 2007-08

BUDGET ESTIMATES 2008-09

EXPENDITURE UPTO 30/06/2008

1

2

3

4

 

 

REVENUE SECTION

 

 

 

M.H.

2055

 Police

 

 

 

 

00.001

Direction & Administration

 

 

 

 

60

Inspector General of Police

 

 

 

 

60.00.72

Capacity Building/Training

292

266

0

Total

00.001

Direction & Administration

292

266

0

 

00.115

Modernisation of Police Force

 

 

 

 

71

Modernisation of Police Force

 

 

 

 

71.00.52

Machinery and Equipments

0

1000

0

 

81

Modernisation of Police Force(75:25%CSS)

 

 

 

 

81.00.52

Machinery and Equipments

9792

0

0

 

83

Modernisation of Police Force(100%CSS)

 

 

 

 

83.00.52

Machinery and Equipments

0

36291

0

Total

00.115

Modernisation of Police Force

9792

37291

0

Total

2055

Police

10084

37557

0

M.H.

2070

Other Administrative Services

 

 

 

 

00.108

Fire Protection and control

 

 

 

 

60

Establishment

 

 

 

 

60.00.51

Motor Vehicles

630

372

0

 

60.00.60

Capacity Building/Training

0

200

0

Total

00.108

Fire Protection and control

630

572

0

Total

2070

Other Administrative Services

630

572

0

Total

REVENUE SECTION

10714

38129

0

 

 

CAPITAL SECTION

 

 

 

M.H.

4055

Capital outlay on Police

 

 

 

 

00.211

Police Housing

 

 

 

 

60

Construction

 

 

 

 

60.00.73

Police Quarters & Barracks

3316

5000

0

 

60.00.81

Police Quarters, Station & Outpost (Under

 

 

 

 

 

Modernisation of Police Force(75:25%CSS)

24543

0

0

 

60.00.83

Police Quarters, Station & Outpost (Under

 

 

 

 

 

Modernisation of Police Force(100%CSS)

0

25993

0

Total

60

Construction

27859

30993

0

 

61

Modernisation of Police Force

 

 

 

 

60.61.71

Construction of State Armed Police HQ

 

 

 

 

 

at Piplay

6000

0

0

 

60.61.72

Construction of Police Training Centre

 

 

 

 

 

at Yangyang

6890

5000

0

 

60.61.74

Construction of Police Community Centre/

 

 

 

 

 

Auditorium at Pangthang

5301

0

0

 

60.61.75

Construction of Police Quarters, Station &

 

 

 

 

 

Outposts

0

12034

0

Total

61

Modernisation of Police Force

18191

17034

0

Total

00.211

Police Housing

46050

48027

0

Total

4055

Capital outlay on Police

46050

48027

0

M.H.

4059

Capital outlay on Public Works

 

 

 

 

60

Other Buildings

 

 

 

 

60.051

Construction

 

 

 

 

44

Fire Services

 

 

 

 

44.00.71

Construction of Fire Station

5862

9428

0

Total

4059

Capital outlay on Public Works

5862

9428

0

Total

CAPITAL SECTION

51912

57455

0

Total

VOTED

62626

95584

0

 

Chapter 13

Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes 

          The Department does not have any such programmes. 

Chapter 14

Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorization Granted by the Public Authority

 

          The DGP is the Licensing Authority for the issue of licenses of various categories of arms. The master record is available at the Police Headquarters. The Police Stations also keep and update the firearm registers for their respective jurisdiction.

 

Chapter 15

Information Available in Electronic Form 

Sikkim Police is in the process of launching a user friendly website in the near future. The following public utility forms would be made available on the website when it is hosted in the internet shortly. 

1.    NOC for Cyber Café : Persons wishing to open up a Cyber Café in Sikkim should first obtain a No Objection Certificate from the Crime Branch on payment of Rs.500 in Revenue Head 0055/POL  in the  form of a Bank Receipt drawn in favour of State Bank of Sikkim, Gangtok. After the NOC is obtained they are entitled to  apply for a Trade License to open a Cyber Café in any part of the State. 

2.    NOC for Motor Vehicles : A Motor Vehicles NOC counter is operational at Police Headquarters. Persons wishing to purchase second hand vehicles may authenticate the documentation from Crime Branch may do so on payment of Rs.210/- (Revenue Head 0055/POL  in the form of a Bank Receipt drawn in favour of State Bank of Sikkim, Gangtok). The NOC can be obtained from the SCRB, PHQ on any working day. 

3.    Arms License : Persons wishing to obtain an Arms License may apply to the Arms Section, Police Headquarters Gangtok. The form is downloadable. However, the application must be accompanied by a Bank Receipt of Rs.500/- drawn on State Bank of Sikkim under the Revenue Head 0055/Police – Gun License Fee. 

4.    Verifications : CA Service verifications are done by the Crime Branch on payment of Rs.200/- in Revenue Head 0055/POL in the form of Bank Receipt drawn on State Bank of Sikkim, Gangtok. CA verifications are mandatory for employees who get regular employment in Government of Sikkim or in any of its PSUs.

5.    Forms for Employees working in Hotels in Sikkim : As the tourism business flourishes, it is imperative to keep a tab on the employees employed by different hotels. The form can be filled up and registered with the nearest Police Station. 

6.    Forms for Domestic Servants working in Sikkim : This form is used to fill up the details of servant(s) employed by various households in Sikkim.The filled up form can be registered with the nearest Police Station. 

7.    Application for Arms License : The Arms License form can be filled up and submitted to the Arms Section, PHQ accompanied by a Bank Receipt as mentioned. 

8.    Employee/Tenant Information Form : This form is required to be filled up by the employers giving particulars and personal information of employees working in their firm, organization etc. Also, personal information about tenants occupying a rented accommodation in Sikkim is required to be filled up by the house owner.

 

Chapter 16

Particulars of Facilities available to Citizens for Obtaining Information 

          The information about the list of Indian Police Service officers and State Police Service Officers can be had from the Government’s official website www.sikkim.gov.in . The Citizen’s Charter is also being made available in the web soon. Other information can be had directly from Police Headquarters or its Branch Offices or Police Stations/Out Posts on demand through phone or fax.

 

Chapter 17

Names, Designations and other Particulars of Public Information Officers

 

Public Information Officer 

S No.

Name of Office/Adm. Unit

Name & Designation of PIO

Tel. No.

E-mail

1

N. Sridhar Rao, IPS

DIGP/Range

201420(O)

 

digrange@sikkimpolice.nic.in

 Assistant Public Information Officers 

S No.

Name of Office/Adm. Unit

Tel. No.

1

o/o SDPO  GANGTOK

284373

2

o/o SDPO/PAKYONG

257853

3

o/o SDPO/RANGPO

240807

4

o/o SDPO/RONGLI 

255718

5

o/o SDPO/ SORENG

253222

6

o/o SDPO/GYALSHING

250872

7

o/o SDPO/JORETHANG

276333

8

o/o SDPO/NAMCHI

263737

9

o/o SDPO/RAVANGLA

260770

10

o/o SDPO/MANGAN

234252

11

o/o SDPO/CHUNGTHANG

276916

 

Appellate Authority 

S No.

Name, Designation & Add. Of Appellate Officer

Jurisdiction

Tel. No.

E-mail

1

Shri S.D.Negi, IPS, IGP/Sikkim

State of Sikkim

220718(O)

202680(R)

igplo@sikkimpolice.nic.in

  Chapter 18

Other Useful Information 

District-wise names of Police Stations and Telephone Nos. 

Sl No.

District

Name of PS

Tel. No.

1

East

SADAR PS

(03592) 202022

2

 

RANIPOOL PS

251712

3

 

SINGTAM PS

233762

4

 

RANGPO PS

240835

5

 

RHENOCK PS

253840

6

 

PAKYONG PS

257834

7

 

RONGLI PS

255623

8

 

SHERATHANG CP

266218

9

 

KUPUP CP

256252

10

North

MANGAN PS

(03592) 234284

11

 

PHODONG PS

262992

12

 

CHUNGTHANG CP/PS

210266

13

 

LACHEN CP/PS

Through Chungthang PS

14

 

LACHUNG CP/PS

214988

15

South

NAMCHI PS

(03595) 263722

16

 

JORETHANG PS

257358

17

 

MELLI PS

248203

18

 

TEMI PS

261713

19

 

RAVANGLA PS

260840

20

 

HINGDAM PS

259329

21

West

GYALSHING  PS

(03595) 250844

22

 

SORENG PS

253206

23

 

NAYABAZAR PS

257249

24

 

SOMBARIA PS

254222

25

 

UTTAREY CP

255680

26

 

KALUK PS

245270

 
 
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