WB Police Recruitment 2020: West Bengal Police has advertised the Latest Jobs Notification for the Recruitment of 08 Cyber Crime Police Consultant Vacancies. As per the WB Police Recruitment 2020, candidates having qualifications of B.E. / B.Tech or BCA or MCA or B.Sc are eligible. Interested candidates may apply within the last date as noticed in the official notification. All the job seekers and talented aspirants, who are willing to acquire the job may keep visiting our official web page for further job notifications over WB Police, as listed below. Hopeful aspirants can check other information like selection process, application fee and more details as described below.
West Bengal Police has given the Recruitment Notification to fulfil the 08 Cyber Crime Consultant Vacancies. Candidates, who have acquired qualifications of B.E. / B.Tech or MCA or BCA / B.Sc are eligible to apply. Eligible and interested candidates may apply on/before the last date as scheduled in the official notification. However, hopeful aspirants can view other information such as Eligibility criteria, Age limit, Selection process and more details as discussed below.
Total No. of Vacancies: 08
|Name of the Post||Educational Qualifications||No. of Vacancies|
|Cyber Crime Consultant||B.E. / B.Tech or MCA equivalent degree in Electronics / Electronics & Telecommunication / Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering or BCA / B.Sc||08|
How to Apply:
|Last Date to Submit the Application Form||31st March 2020|
To Download Official Notification and Application Form: CLICK HERE
About West Bengal Police (WB Police): West Bengal Police was incorporated in the year 1861 and its headquarters is located in Kolkata, West Bengal. The West Bengal Police was reorganized under provisions of the Police Acr 1861 during British Raj and it is headed by an officer designated as the Director of General of Police, who airports to the State Government through the Home Department. West Bengal Police has been spread over 24 districts including 4 Govt. Railway Police Unit. This apart, there are 6 Police Commissinerates under West Bengal Police. There are 9 Ranges and 3 Zones for the purpose of supervision of Police services throughout the state.
The region is headed by an officer of the rank of Inspector General of Police, the range by an officer of the rank of Inspector General / Dy. Inspector General of Police. The Commissionerates are headed by an officer of the rank of Inspector General / Dy. Inspector General of Police. The West Bengal Police hasd jurisdiction concurrent with the 18 revenue districts of the State, which comprises one of the two general polide districts of West Bengal as under the Police Act 1861. West Bengal Police Service Officers selected through West Bengal Civil Service (Group-B) etc. and the Indian Police Service Officers selected through Civil Service Examinations conducted by the Union Public Service Commission are appointed as Deputy Superintendent of Police.
The Commissioners / Superintendents of Police are responsible for the functions such as Registration of FIR and investigation of cases, arrest of accused, recovery of stolen property, submission of report in the final form, Deposting unclaimed property, Recording report regarding missing persons / children and tracing them, Organising meeting at the Police Station level and also at the district level specially during the festival and occason where public cooperation is needed, Supervising serious cases taking initiative to develop better Police Public relation and encourage community oriented policing and Coordination with other Government departments and also with the NGOs.
The aims and objectives of West Bengal Police are to apply the law fairly and firmly in order to prevent and detect crime and bring to injustice those who break the law. The vision of West Bengal Police is to deliver the mandated public service in the most effective manner by staying ahead of all existing and potential challenges with optimal and innovation adaption of resources and technology and the mission is to establish rule of law through prevention and detection of crime and maintenance of public order without fear of favour, winning and leveraging the trust and confidence of all sections of society.