Police Corner

This page is intended to create awareness about working of police among general public. Right now this page is under construction.


Mathura Incident : Time to rethink or perish
Time has come to look into matters from police point of view as well and public movement have to be made to support the cause of policemen for which IPS officers have to take lead from the front otherwise soon we will see total lawlessness for which we our-self will be responsible.

Arnesh Kumar Judgement regarding arrest
Supreme Court on 2nd July ,2014 in Arnesh kumar vs State of Bihar(CRIMINAL APPEAL NO. 1277 OF 2014) gave following judgement regarding arrest in cases having punishment upto 7 years .

Procedure for Arrest of Judicial Officers
Supreme court in Delhi Judicial Service Association, Tis Hazari Court, Delhi v. State of Gujarat, (1991) 4 SCC 406: AIR 1991 SC 2176 laid down following guidelines to be followed before arresting judicial officers

Guidelines for Lie Detection / Narco analysis / Polygraphy etc Test
The National Human Rights Commission had published ‘Guidelines for the Administration of Polygraph Test (Lie 249 Detector Test) on an Accused’ in 2000.

Police Custody After Filing of Chargesheet
"A common question of law involved in these three appeals as to whether no remand in police custody can be given to the investigating agency in respect of the absconding accused who is arrested only after filing of the charge sheet."

Police Encounters : Guidelines to be Followed
The guidelines issued to be followed in the matters of investigating police encounters in the cases of death as the standard procedure for thorough, effective and independent investigation

Right to Legal Aid
Right to free legal aid or free legal service is an essential fundamental right guaranteed by the Constitution. It forms the basis of reasonable, fair and just liberty under Article 21 of the Constitution of India, which says, “No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to procedure established by law”.

Police Procedure While dealing with Women
There are lots of prevailing misconceptions among common men as well among policemen regarding the procedure to be followed while dealing with women. Women gets extra rights and safeguard along with rights available to all human being .In this article I will try to clarify the procedure in various types of cases where police have to deal with women.

Supreme Court Judgement regarding Procedure Followed in Rape Cases
A two Judge Bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justice Gyan Sudha Misra and Justice V. Gopala Gowda after hearing special leave petition (crl.) no. 5073/2011 has issued Guidelines on 25th April, 2014 in exercise of powers under Article 142 of the Constitution of India in the form of Mandamus to all the police station in charge in the entire country regarding ‘recording statement of Rape Victim’

Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013
The increasing work participation rate of women has made it imperative that a comprehensive legislation focusing on prevention of sexual harassment as well as providing a redressal mechanism be enacted.In this light this act was enacted in April,2013

Supreme Court Judgement (Lalita Kumari case) on registration of FIR
The constitution bench of supreme court in its recent judgement in Lalita Kumari vs State of UP case dealt in details about legal status of registration of FIR by police.I have discussed the judgement in detail in this article.

National Investigation Agency
The National Investigation Agency has been created in pursuance of the enactment of the NIA Act, 2008, and it is mandated, at the national level, to investigate and prosecute offences affecting the sovereignty, security and integrity of India, friendly relations with foreign States and offences under Acts enacted to implement international treaties, agreements, conventions and resolutions of the United Nations and other international organizations and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.NIA was created after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks as need for a central agency to combat terrorism was realised.

Rapes : Fault Lines and Action Plan
Every now and then we get shocking news of rapes been committed followed by protests , knee jerk reaction by government and sometime fast track courts. Even with strong laws and increased awareness we have not been possible to stop it effectively .In this article with all due respect to all agencies involved i will critically analyze in detail about reasons behind rapes and other crimes....Continue Reading

All about Registering an FIR
FIR means, First Information Report given to police by either victim,witness or anyone else having knowledge of commission of cognizable offence about commission of cognizable offence. As soon as officer in-charge of a police station gets information(written or verbal) about commission of cognizable offence(offence in which police can arrest without warrant) he is bound to register an FIR as provided under section 154CrPC......Continue Reading

Rights of Person Being Arrested by Police
There are certain legal rights provided under law to the person who is being arrested by police. Later Supreme Court have also given guidelines and directions about the rights provided to the arrestee. The list of rights provided by various means are listed below......Continue Reading

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