Crime Reports

 

 

Comparative Crime Statistics:  2002 – 2014 in Bangladesh

 

Units name

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Speedy Trail

Riot

Women & Child Repression

Kidnapping

Police Assault

Burglary

Theft

Others Cases

Recovery Cases

Total Cases

Arms Act

Explosive Act

Narcotics

Smuggling

Total

2002

963

1397

3503

1693

1276

18967

1040

281

3959

8245

68898

3060

570

9018

4746

17394

127616

2003

949

1170

3471

2179

890

20717

896

271

3883

8234

66194

2293

499

9494

4499

16785

125639

2004

885

1207

3902

2053

754

13318

898

280

3356

8605

67531

2370

477

9505

4182

16534

119323

2005

796

898

3592

1814

570

11981

765

240

3270

8101

70046

1836

595

14195

4334

20960

123033

2006

795

843

4166

1638

570

11730

722

337

2991

8332

76381

1552

308

15479

4734

22073

130578

2007

1047

1298

3863

1980

263

15217

774

278

4439

12015

93224

1746

232

15622

5202

22802

157200

2008

885

1583

4099

1700

203

15246

817

296

4552

12188

87417

1529

239

19263

7962

28993

157979

2009

764

1298

4219

1817

112

13997

858

357

3456

9171

87022

1721

227

24272

7817

34037

157108

2010

656

1059

3988

1666

130

17752

870

473

3101

8529

87139

1575

253

29344

6363

37535

162898

2011

650

1069

3966

1863

109

21389

792

581

3134

8873

88355

1269

207

31696

5714

38886

169667

2012

593

964

4114

1907

94

20947

850

659

2927

8598

96112

1115

289

37264

6578

45642

183407

2013

613

1021

4393

1896

172

19601

879

1257

2762

7882

93930

1517

1007

35832

6437

44793

179199

2014

651

1155

4514

1716

79

21291

920

702

2809

7660

90400

2023

520

42501

6788

51832

183729

Total

10247

14962

51790

23922

5222

222153

11081

6012

44639

116433

1072649

23606

5423

293485

75356

398266

1977376

 

Source: http://www.police.gov.bd/Crime-Statistics-comparative.php?id=208

 

Lists of Most wanted criminals by DMP, Bangladesh

Visit: http://dmp.gov.bd/application/index/wanted/mostwanted

 

Criminals wanted by DMP, Bangladesh

Visit: http://dmp.gov.bd/application/index/wanted/criminal

 

Unidentified dead bodies in DMP web page

Visit: http://dmp.gov.bd/application/index/deadbodies/unidentified

Bangladesh Police

Visit: http://www.police.gov.bd/

 

Interpol

Visit: http://www.interpol.int/

Crime areas under INTERPOL (corruption, crime against childer, cybercrime, drugs, environmental crime, financial crimes, fire arms, fugitive investigations, integrity in sports, maritime piracy, organized crimes, Pharmaceutical crimes, terrorism, trafficking in human beings, trafficking in illicit goods and counterfeiting, vehicle crimes, war crimes, works of art)

http://www.interpol.int/Crime-areas

Statement of Important Cases Recorded in DMP

Month: January-2015

Important Cases

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Kidnapping

Vehicle Theft

Speedy trial

Narcotics

Women

Repression

Children

Repression

Molom Party

Oggan Party

3

11

17

7

67

12

562

86

16

-

-

 

Statement of Illegal Arms and Ammunitions Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

50

98

1. Local  made Pistol-01

2. Local made Revolver-01

3. Foreign made Pistol-07

4. Foreign made Revolver-03

5. Pipe gun-01

7. Other Arms- 14

8. Bullet-1080 rds

9. Magazine-02

10.Cartridge-01

11.Cocktail-198

12. Pattrol Bomb-07

13. Gun powder-01gm

 

 

 

Statement of Narcotics Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

434

538

1. Phensidyl -2187bottles

2. Gaza-36.250kgs

3. Heroin-746 gms,

4. Foreign wine-8 bottles

5. Local wine- 76 bottles 63.5 ltrs.

6. Beer- 1983 Cans

7. Yaba Tablet-  71580  pcs

8. Ampule Injection-  267 pcs

9. Cholai wine – 53 ltrs.

10. Clofemel Tablet- 400 pcs

 

 

Statement of Vehicle Theft Recovered by DMP

Vehicle Theft Cases

Total Arrest

Vehicle Recovery

Type of vehicle and Amount of Recovered theft Vehicle

67

34

27

1. Private car- 04

2. Microbus- 01

3. CNG/Baby Taxi-09

 

4. Motorcycle- 09

5. Jip/Pick-up- 03

6. Bus- 01

 

 

Statement of Smuggled Items Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Arrest

 

2

3

  1. Gold- 4.68 Kgs

 

 

 

 

Statement of Important Cases Recorded in DMP

Month: February-2015

 

Important Cases

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Kidnapping

Vehicle Theft

Speedy trial

Narcotics

Women

Repression

Children

Repression

Molom Party

Oggan Party

2

13

21

10

80

10

375

86

13

-

-

 

Statement of Illegal Arms and Ammunitions Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

79

153

1. Foreign made Pistol-08

2. Foreign made Revolver-01

3. Shuttergun-01

4. Bullet-  48 rds

5. Magazine-07

6. Cocktail-83

7. Gun powder-02 kgs

8. Mixed chemical – 700gms

9. Patrol Bomb-37

10. Hand Bomb-06

 

Statement of Narcotics Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

248

328

1. Phensidyl - 2488 bottles

2. Gaza- 60.785 kgs

3. Heroin-    59 gms,

4. Foreign wine- 89 bottles

5. Beer-  601  Can

 

6. Yaba Tablet-   25061 pcs

7. Ampule Injection-  149  pcs

 

 

 

Statement of Vehicle Theft Recovered by DMP

Vehicle Theft Cases

Total Arrest

Vehicle Recovery

Type of vehicle and Amount of Recovered theft Vehicle

80

65

22

1. Jip/Pick-up-01

2. Microbus- 02

3. Private car- 06

4. Baby taxi/CNG- 09

5. Motor Cycle- 04

 

Statement of Smuggled Items Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Arrest

 

3

5

  1. Gold Bar-24(2.4kgs)         2. Phensidyl 900 bottles          3. Indian Silk Sari-33pcs, Kohinur Sari-20pcs, Cotton Sari-35pcs & Three Piece-51pcs.

Statement of Important Cases Recorded in DMP

Month: March-2015

 

Important Cases

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Kidnapping

Vehicle Theft

Speedy trial

Narcotics

Women

Repression

Children

Repression

Molom Party

Oggan Party

2

18

21

13

76

15

484

111

11

-

-

 

Statement of Illegal Arms and Ammunitions Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

36

75

1. Foreign made Pistol- 07

2. Foreign made Revolver- 03

3. Other Arms- 07

4. Bullet- 60rds

5. Magazine- 05

6. Cartridge- 03

7. Cocktail- 38

8. Cholklet Bomb-200

9. Patrol Bomb- 07

 

Statement of Narcotics Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

323

437

1. Phensidyl -  4378 bottles

2. Gaza- 38 kgs 745gms

3. Heroin-183gms

4. Foreign wine- 63bottles

5. Local wine- 120bottles 5 ltrs.

6. Beer- 397Can

7. Yaba Tablet-  132745 pcs

8. Ampule Injection-  70pcs

9. Cholai wine – 50bottles 120 ltrs.

 

Statement of Vehicle Theft Recovered by DMP

Vehicle Theft Cases

Total Arrest

Vehicle Recovery

Type of vehicle and Amount of Recovered theft Vehicle

76

44

48

1. Truck/Coverd Van- 01

2. Jip/Pick-up- 01

3. Microbus- 02

4. Private car- 10

5. Baby Taxi/CNG- 22

6. Motorcycle- 12

 

Statement of Smuggled Items Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Arrest

 

1

1

  1. US Dollar-25100

 

 

 

 

Statement of Important Cases Recorded in DMP

Month: April-2015

 

Important Cases

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Kidnapping

Vehicle Theft

Speedy trial

Narcotics

Women

Repression

Children

Repression

Molom Party

Oggan Party

6

10

21

8

68

17

538

102

13

-

-

 

 

Statement of Illegal Arms and Ammunitions Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

18

37

1. Local  made Pistol-01

2. Foreign made Pistol-05

3. Other Arms-09

4. Bullet-40rds

5. Magazine- 07

6. Cocktail- 35

7. Patrol Bomb-09

8. Gun powder- 500gm

9.Mixed chemical -800gm

 

Statement of Narcotics Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

415

563

1. Phensidyl -3423bottles

2. Gaza-42kg250gm

3. Heroin-48gm

4. Foreign wine-15bottles

5. Local wine-6bottles10ltrs.

6. Beer- 637 Can

7. Yaba Tablet- 24384 pcs

8. Ampule Injection- 2821 pcs

9. Cholai wine – 136 ltrs.

 

 

 

Statement of Vehicle Theft Recovered by DMP

Vehicle Theft Cases

Total Arrest

Vehicle Recovery

Type of vehicle and Amount of Recovered theft Vehicle

68

62

15

1. Jip/Pick-up- 02

2. Microbus- 04

3. Private car- 03

5. Baby Taxi/CNG- 05

7. Motorcycle- 01

 

Statement of Smuggled Items Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Arrest

 

2

4

  1. Gold bar-128gm  2. Pakistani Three piece-7093 pcs

 

Statement of Important Cases Recorded in DMP

Month: May-2015

Important Cases

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Kidnapping

Vehicle Theft

Speedy trial

Narcotics

Women

Repression

Children

Repression

Molom Party

Oggan Party

4

21

23

8

52

21

664

117

13

-

-

Statement of Illegal Arms and Ammunitions Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

15

64

1. Foreign  made Pistol-08

2. Foreign made Revolver-04

3. Gun-01

4. Sutter Gun-01

5. Other Arms-13

6. Bullet-32rds

7. Magazine- 02

8. Cocktail- 17

9. Gun powder- 250gm

 

 

Statement of Narcotics Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

520

680

1. Phensidyl - 3816  bottles

2. Gaza- 63 kgs

3. Heroin- 986 gms, 520 puria

4. Foreign wine- 53 bottles

5. Local wine- 119 bottles 9 ltrs.

6. Beer- 623 Can

7. Yaba Tablet- 28741 pcs

8. Ampule Injection - 590 pcs

9. Cholai wine – 200 bottles 23ltrs.

10. Sprite- 8 ltr.

 

 

Statement of Vehicle Theft Recovered by DMP

Vehicle Theft Cases

Total Arrest

Vehicle Recovery

Type of vehicle and Amount of Recovered theft Vehicle

52

47

33

1. Microbus- 04

3. Private car- 02

5. Baby Taxi/CNG- 21

7. Motorcycle- 06

 

 

Statement of Smuggled Items Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Arrest

 

1

4

       1. Indian Shari-327 pcs & Three piece- 440 pcs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Statement of Important Cases Recorded in DMP

Month: June -2015

 

Important Cases

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Kidnapping

Vehicle Theft

Speedy trial

Narcotics

Women

Repression

Children

Repression

Molom Party

Oggan Party

6

34

25

9

51

18

784

125

13

-

-

Statement of Illegal Arms and Ammunitions Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

35

78

1. Local  made Pistol-3

2. Local made Revolver-3

3. Foreign made Pistol-7

4. Foreign made Revolver-6

5. Other Arms-23

6. Bullet-54rds

7. Magazine- 9

8.Cartridge-4

9.Cocktail- 23

10. Patrol bomb- 17

11. Gun powder- 1kg 900 gms

12. Sulfur-600 gms

13. Explosives-2 kgs

14. Explosives squib-145 pcs

Statement of Narcotics Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Total Arrest

Name and Number Recovered Arms and Ammunitions

632

813

1. Phensidyl - 6422 bottles  25  ltres

2. Gaza- 83 kg 220gm

3. Heroin-1kg 160 gm,

4. Foreign wine- 40 bottles

5. Local wine-195bottles 77 ltrs.

6. Beer- 208 Can

7. Yaba Tablet- 46101pcs

8. Ampule Injection-380 pcs

9. Cholai wine –130 bottles 200 ltr.

10. Pethidin-210 pcs

 

 

 

Statement of Vehicle Theft Recovered by DMP

Vehicle Theft Cases

Total Arrest

Vehicle Recovery

Type of vehicle and Amount of Recovered theft Vehicle

51

55

54

1. Truck/Coverd Van- 3

2. Jip/Pick-up- 2

3. Microbus- 6

4. Private car- 18

5. Baby Taxi/CNG- 19

6. Motorcycle- 6

 

Statement of Smuggled Items Recovered by DMP

Total Case

Arrest

 

-

-

-

 

Legal Instruments police works with (http://www.police.gov.bd/LegalInstruments.php)

Title

Details

Evidence Act

Click here for details

Police Regulations, Bengal

Police Regulations, Bengal

Criminal Procedure Code

Click here for details

Penal Code

Click here for detals

Police Act

Click here for details

Dhaka Metropolitan Police Ordinance

Click here for details

Chittagong Metropolitan Police Ordinance

Click here for details

Rajshahi Metropolitan Police Ordinance

Click here for details

Khulna Metropolitan Police Ordinance

Click here for details

Barishal Metropolitan Police Ordinance

Click here for details

Sylhet Metropolitan Police Ordinance

Click here for details

Motor Vehicles Ordinance

Click here for details

Right to Information Act, 2009

Click here for details

Information and Communication Technology Act, 2006

Click here for details

 

 

Crime Statistics – 2014 (Bangladesh police)

Unit Name

Dacoity

Robbery

Murder

Speedy Trail

Riot

Woman & Child Repression

Kidnapping

Police Assault

Burglary

Theft

Others Cases

Recovery Cases

Total Cases

Arms Act

Explosive

Narcotics

Smuggling

Total

DMP

47

265

262

332

7

1611

176

104

650

2130

6219

225

104

7063

222

7614

19417

CMP

5

63

120

52

17

387

53

31

97

310

1457

121

10

2488

56

2675

5267

KMP

2

29

22

17

0

206

11

3

44

101

522

34

2

599

10

645

1602

RMP

0

28

22

20

6

169

21

14

65

106

569

18

27

395

126

566

1586

BMP

7

16

15

3

0

94

3

9

35

48

375

16

1

759

5

781

1386

SMP

21

29

44

32

13

165

4

26

34

142

729

12

4

311

18

345

1583

Dhaka Range

184

221

1395

456

1

4907

203

127

619

1582

21716

331

64

12175

555

13125

44536

Chittagong Range

138

169

792

193

9

4240

159

228

435

939

15503

490

53

6817

285

7645

30450

Sylhet Range

54

30

277

54

11

745

27

41

93

354

5468

38

6

2026

202

2272

9426

Khulna Range

80

125

520

277

15

2351

77

53

310

585

10247

381

152

2935

1766

5234

19874

Barisal Range

40

31

209

115

1

1185

62

44

154

244

6920

27

15

502

28

572

9577

Rajshahi Range

55

73

463

138

0

2359

81

26

137

500

10353

249

64

3969

2070

6352

20537

Rangpur Range

21

62

349

88

0

2573

45

32

126

549

10181

62

11

1756

1332

3161

17187

Railway Range

1

8

33

3

0

6

0

0

1

89

170

10

3

395

110

518

829

Total

651

1155

4514

1716

79

21291

920

702

2809

7660

90400

2023

520

42501

6788

51832

183729

 

http://www.police.gov.bd/Crime-Statistics-yearly.php?id=337

 

 

 

 

Citizen Charter of  Bangladesh Police:

 

  1. Bangladesh Police serves the general public of Bangladesh.


  2. Every single citizen is equal in the eyes of law regardless of their ethnicity, religion, race and political, social & economic classes.


  3. All who visit a Police Station, seeking help would be served in a “First come first serve” basis.


  4. All who visit a Police Station, seeking help would be treated in a respectful manner and addressed respectfully.


  5. Duty officer would help all those who wish to file a General Diary as best as they could and a 2ndcopy of the application bearing GD number, date and signature along with the seal of relevent police officer would be given to the applicant. Action would be taken regarding the subject matter of the General Diary as soon as possible and the applicant would be notified about the progress made.

    6. The Officer-in-Charge would record the oral/written statement of those that wish to file a case or F.I.R. Complainant would also be notified of the case number, date, section under which the accused would be tried and the name along with the rank of the investigating officer. The investigating officer would maintain regular communication with the complainant and notify him/her about the progress made in the investigation. After the completion of the investigation, the complainant would be notified about the result through a written statement.

    7. If a person wishing to file a case is refused by the Officer-in-Charge/duty police officer, the complainant is advised to follow the following procedure:

    a. Inform the Assistant Commissioner of Police of the relevent metropolitan or the Assistant Superintendent of Police of the district.

    b. Inform the relevent Deputy Commissioner/Superintendent of Police  if no action is taken regarding the matter.

    c. Inform the Police Commissioner/DIG if the aforementioned officers fail to take any action.

    d. Inform the Inspector General of Police if all the aforementioned officers fail to take any action.

    8. An injured victim would be provided with all possible assistance from the Police Station. Police would also collect all the necessary medical certificates.

    9. The Children Act,1974 would be followed when dealing with underage convicts and it would be ensured that they do not come in contact with adult convicts. To ensure this, every Police Station would be equipped with underage jail facilities over time.

    10. Under normal circumstances, female convicts/victims would be under the responsibility & protection of female Police Officers.

    11. Some of the Police Stations in Bangladesh have been equipped with One-Stop Delivery Service. Gradually all the Police Stations will also be equipped with this facility.

    12. In order to provide all possible assistance to injured and psychologically disheveled victims, all the Police Stations will be gradually equipped with victim support units.

    13. Inquiry report regarding passport, verification and firearm license would be sent to the corresponding units within 3 days of getting request for inquiry.

    14. Any citizen can file a complaint to higher authority against a Police Officer for denying him/her any of the listed police assistance. 

 

  1. For metropolitan area, telephone numbers of Commissioner, Additional Commissioner,concern Joint Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, Additional Deputy Commissioner and zonal Assistant Commissioner and for district, telephone numbers of Superintendent of Police, Additional Superintendent of Police, ASP (HQ), concern Circle ASP and Officer-in-Charge will be displayed in open places in all Thanas (Police Station) of that metropolitan area or district.

 

  1. In stipulated time of all working days, officers of all levels working in metropolitan and district would extend their co-operation to all people seeking help.

  2. Members of thana police will maintain uninterrrupted communication with concern community and will initiate community oriented policing service.

  3. Senior Police Officers will regularly conduct crime prevention meeting  with the concern community and will try to resolve social problems within legal framework.

  4. Police will issue  Police Clearance Certificate (PCC) to all candidates who are willing to go  abroad for the purpose of  foreign employment/ higher education.

  5. Police escort will be arranged as per need basis for any organization who would like to withdraw substantial amount of money from the bank.

  6. The list of services provided by the traffic division of concern metropolitan/district police to control vehicles' movement will be exihibited in open places.

 

Source; http://www.police.gov.bd/Citizen-charter.php?id=64

 

Necessary information about Police Clearance Certificate (PCC)

  
A PCC seeker has to apply with an application addressing Superintendent of Police or Police Commissioner of metropolitan police.
 
1. The application addressing SP/ Commissioner will be on a white paper sheet. [Footnote 1]

2. Photocopy of the passport attested by a first class gazetted officer. [Footnote 2]

3. Main copy of a treasury chalan worth Tk 500 in favour of code 1-2201-0001-2681 from any branch of Bangladesh Bank/ Sonali Bank. [Footnote 3]

4. PCC seeker must be the resident according to the present or permanent address mentioned in the passport and the addresses must remain under the jurisdiction of the district concerned or metropolitan police.

5. Those who stay abroad will be able to apply for PCC by his/her relative, and his/her photocopy of Passport must be attested  by the officer concerned of embassy/high commission.[Footnote 4]

6. If Machine Readable Passport [MRP] does not bear address, the person concerned will provide photocopy of National ID card/birth certificate/ certificate from ward councillor concerned. Photocopy will be attested by the first class gazetted officer.[Footnote 5]

7. Those who will seek PCC for Spain will have to submit three passport size photos in addition to aforesaid documents to immigration section-3 of the Home Ministry, addressing the Secretary to the ministry.

8. DMP, for its service seekers, will provide a token bearing a serial number and date, and PCC seeker will have to collect the PCC according to the date mentioned in token.

9. The office of SP and Commissioner concerned will provide certificate after receiving  the prayer for PCC.

  1. Foreigners or people, bearing foreign passport, will be able to collect PCC by submitting aforesaid documents. They themselves or their designated person can submit the documents for collecting the PCC.
     
    The PCC application must be submitted to the SP or Commissioner concerned according to the address mentioned in the Passport. PCC application may be in Bangla or in English but all PCC will be in English and be attested by the officials concerned in the foreign ministry.
              
     
    Footnote
     
    1.  Specimen copy of PCC application form to SP/Commissioner. ( for Bangla Form  or for English Form go to the website of Bangladesh Police)
    2. Applicant must submit the copies of passport which bear the particulars of the applicant and if the passport is renewed, the     pages used for renewal will be submitted alongside. Expired passport will not be allowed. If necessary, the authority will ask for main passport.
    3. Use of fluid or scrubbing will not be allowed in the column for bank code no-1-2201-0001-2681.
    4. If there is any change in address or police station mentioned in the passport, get it correct in the passport and submit the attested copy of the passport.
    5. The present address of applicant must match with that mentioned in national ID card/ birth certificate/ certificate from ward Councilor.

 

Police activities in Bangladesh

Police Activities:

Bangladesh Police devotes a round the clock service to public order, peace and security. It works relentlessly to secure life and property of the people. The enormous area of responsibility and the volume of works of Bangladesh Police entail activities ranging from domestic law and order management to performing globally with the UN in its different peacekeeping missions.

The functions in generally carried out by Bangladesh Police are as follows:

 

Crime Management / Public Order Management / Basic Policing / Law Enforement: 
 

  • Collecting intelligence
  • Response to crime Incidents
  • Investigation
  • Verification
  • Public Order Management
  • Traffic Management
  • Assisting Prosecution


Internal Security

  • Security Patrols
  • Security Watchdog
  • VVIP Security
  • KPI Security
  • Security at National Occasions (Religious festival, Fair, Ijtema, Pahela Baishakh etc.)

 

Social Integration: 

  • Raising Awareness (Through Training, Rally, Exhibition, Media Coverage, Visiting schools etc.)
  • Community Policing
  • Humanitarian Efforts (Winter cloth distribution, helping disaster victims etc)
  • Participation in the Social Events (Being partner in Events like fair, assistance etc.)
  • Observing Open House Day
  • Blood Donation
  • Victim Support Center


Performing Internationally:

  • Addressing Transnational Crimes (Interpol, SAARCPol etc)
  • UN Peacekeeping Missions

 

 

History of Bangladesh Police

Chronology :

Bangladesh Police is the core law enforcement agency of Bangladesh. It is administered under the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of Bangladesh. It plays the prime and pivotal role in maintaining law and order of the state. Though police is primarily concerned with maintaining law and order assuring security of public life and property. 

In Bangladesh, the formal and organized policing with varieties of activities as of today has come to this stage through lots of evolutions and developments across the long time.

Ancient Period:

History unfolds the fact that police is as old as the civilization. Towards the Middle of the first century B.C. police emerged as a special institution in ancient Rome in the regime of Augustus.Manushanghita, the hieroglyphics of Emperor Ashoka, and the stories of renowned travelers are the main sources of our history. These sources also give clues to compose the fragmented history of Bangladesh Police. In Orthoshastra by Koutilla, nine types of spies are mentioned. During that period policing was confined to the efforts of collecting intelligence in order to curb anti-government activities and to maintain law and order in the society. The duties of undercover spies were extended such a way that they used to conduct surveillance over the activities of ministers, civil and military officials as well. In the process, all tangible means of temptations and instigations were deployed. Information about investigating techniques and investigating authorities may be found in Orthoshastra. The procedures of punishing the accused are also found in this book. Hence, it may be assumed that there happened to be a kind of police under the local autonomous system in the rural and urban areas.


British Period:

The establishment of a systematic police force in England was of slow growth and came into effect after its creation abroad. In the early stage of Industrial Revolution when England was facing grave crisis due to socioeconomic transformation, the necessity of an effective organized police service was keenly felt. Sir Robert Peel, the then Prime Minister introduced a bill in the British Parliament in 1829 which created an organized civil police in the nearby London Metropolis. Initially there were some opposition to the existence of this uniform police but the success of the London police in controlling social disorder and crime captured imagination of not only the people of England but also of the whole Europe and America. New York city copied the London model with some modifications when it organized the first Municipal Police Force 1833.

In 1858 full control of the Indian Territory was taken over from the East India Company by the British government. The success of the London police organized under Peels Act of 1829, prompted the British government to reform the police system in the sub-continent on the line of the British constabularies. With this end in view, a police commission was set up in 1840 and on the recommendation of the commission, the Police Act (Act V of 1861) was passed by the British Parliament. Under this Act a police force was created in each province of British India and placed under the control of the provincial government. The administration of the police force of a province was vested upon an officer styled as the Inspector General of Police. The administration of the police in a district was placed under the Superintendent of Police. The Act is still in force throughout the Sub-continent and has been regulating the function of police in Bangladesh as well as in other countries of the sub-continent. 

The history and heritage of Bangladesh Police is marked by the blend of the traits of colonial- imperial rule and the system of internal security of a feudal society. The philosophy of police of the British regime had never been complementary to democratic values and political development. The British who ruled this country had a twisted idea of using police as an instrument of coercion for their own interest by subtly branding it as “myrmidon of law”. The police system introduced during that period was governed more by consideration of maintaining control of dictatorial rule rather than providing service to the people. The Police Act, 1861 enabled to form a well-organized and well-structured police force only to serve the interest of the colonial masters.

Pakistan Period:

After the partition of the Sub-continent in 1947, police force in Bangladesh was first named as East Bengal Police and then as East Pakistan Police and it continued to function as provincial police force in the same lines as it was during the British rule. 

However, the police force of Pakistan continued the system of British period. Police were compelled to carry out unpopular orders. The act of shooting on the participants of language movement demonstration in 1952 was a glaring example of colonial rule and suppression. 

Role of Police in Liberation War:


The most glorious chapter of the history of Bangladesh Police is that Bangla speaking members of our police participated along with the citizens in our Independence War. The resistance by the Bengali members of police at Rajarbag is basically the first chapter of armed struggles during our War of independence. Many police personnel embraced martyrdom on 25 March 1971 fighting bravely with mere .303 rifles against the Pakistani invaders. 
During the liberation war a large number of police officers from all ranks including a Deputy Inspector General, some senior Superintendents of Police and many other gave their lives for the cause of liberation. The name and address of 1262 police officers of different ranks could be listed who sacrificed their lives for the independence of Bangladesh during the liberation war.
What is more to be mentioned with pride, Mr. Mahbubuddin Ahmed, Bir Bikram, who was the Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) of Jhenaidah at that time, led the historic guard of honors given to the members of the Mujibnagar Cabinet when the provisional Government of Bangladesh took oath on the auspicious day of April 17, 1971 during liberation war. All these go to show that our police has been inseparably bound up with the umbilical cord with their motherland and fellow countrymen.


Bangladesh Period:

After the emergence of Bangladesh as an independent country on 16 December 1971, the existing police force of Bangladesh got remodeled and reshaped as Bangladesh Police and assumed the role of a national police force. Bangladesh Police is primarily responsible for the preservation of peace and order, protection of life and property of the people and prevention and detection of crime within the periphery of the state. The traditional role of police in Bangladesh has undergone significant changes after the liberation. The role of police, at the moment, is no longer confined to maintenance of law and order and prevention and detection of crime. Apart from the mandatory works that needs to be done, there are manifold problems that need taking care of. To meet the need of an independent and developing country, the police is now required to play a significant role in the development process by providing the basic security required for sustained economic growth of the country. Police also is contributing substantially in this field by keeping under control the economic and techno-crimes which retard the process of the development. It is further playing a vital role in disaster management, environment, ecotourism, bio-diversity conservation and so on, which have got enormous impact on state economy and development.

Bangladesh police, the single most institution entrusted with the responsibility of ensuring rule of law and human rights, is at a cross-road to promote itself to a height to adopt the role of service rather than force, devoted to providing reassurance of service delivery, flexibility to community wishes, cares and social justice.

It strives to track citizen’s engagement in policing and their quest for better service, better value and better management. It envisages a new structure erected on the bedrock of information and communication technology, skill adequacy, knowledge-based initiatives and community partnership that will be styled on a schema of cascading change to set a stage for a clear interface between police and citizenry.

It tends to explore innovative practices in addressing the challenges of the time and reorienting its mission and vision and augment its capacity towards citizen centric service, to uphold professionalism, image and visibility of the service and the value and virtue of the service to the community.

 

Source: http://www.police.gov.bd/history.php?id=51

 

Police forms

 

SLNo

Form No

Description

1

Criminal Data Enrollment Form

For enrolling Criminal data to Criminal database. Operator will use this form before enroll data in workstation.

2

BP. Form No -10

Command Certificate to be carried by Police officers deputed on duty.

3

BP. Form No -11

Statement of Railway and Steamer warrants issued in connection with the escort of Government treasure during the month of ............. 19................

4

BP. Form No -14

Index of Crime

5

BP. Form No -17

Progress Report

6

BP. Form No -18

Personal Diary of

7

BP. Form No -28

Hue and cry notice

8

BP. Form No -29

Report of Intestate Movable property from .....................station ........ district

9

BP. Form No -30

Account of sale of intestate Movable property sold at .......... stolen ........... district.

10

BP. Form No -31

Chalan of intestate Movable property from .....................station ........ district

11

BP. Form No -32

Notice

12

BP. Form No -40

Post card reporting the submission of charge sheet by Police Station officers

13

BP. Form No -40A

Post card containing the message of submitting Charge Sheet by the there official

14

BP. Form No -41

Brief of a case

15

BP. Form No -41A

Memorandum of Evidence

16

BP. Form No -43

Intimation of action taken to informants on completion of investigation by station officers

17

BP. Form No -43A

Press Release to the journalists by the thana authority of the completion of the investigation

18

BP. Form No -44

Search list Details of property seize by police officers action under the provisions of section 103 or 165 Criminal procedure code

19

BP. Form No -45

Identification of suspects

20

BP. Form No -46

Application fo the suspension or remission of sentence under section for Criminal Procedure Code

21

BP. Form No -48

First Information of a Report Case of Unnatural Death to the magistrate under section 174 criminal procedure code

22

BP. Form No -52

Police Station Finger Print Slip

23

BP. Form No -53

Particulars of the Prisonerts traced

24

BP. Form No -53 (concld)

Form to be submitted with the F.P slip of Unidentified Prison of

25

BP. Form No -55

Warrant Report Form

26

BP. Form No -56

Register of Warrant of Arrest

27

BP. Form No -57

Certificated of Dispatch from Police Station and receipt at headquarters lock up of prisoners

28

BP. Form No -58

Case diary under section 172 Criminal Procedure Code

29

BP. Form No -58

Memorandum of expenses incurred on account of traveling expenses and food of prisoners at police station ............. and on the way to the hazat at ........... during the month of .................... 19.

30

BP. Form No -59

Bad Character Roll

31

BP. Form No -60

Bad Character Roll

32

BP. Form No -63

Register of attendance of Village Chaukidars and note book of crime etc

33

BP. Form No -64

List of Chaukidars absent from parade during the month of ........19

34

BP. Form No -66

Register of absecounded offenders and escaped convicts

35

BP. Form No -67

Report of attachment of property under section 88 criminal procedure code

36

BP. Form No -68

Register of property stolen and of all property and articles taken charge by the police

37

BP. Form No -69

Khatian Inspection Register

38

BP. Form No -70

Part 1 - form of station statistics for the .........

39

BP. Form No -76

Enquiry Slip

40

BP. Form No -78

Part 1 Crime Register

41

BP. Form No -90

Form of Application for Remands

42

BP. Form No -91

Register of Processes

43

BP. Form No -92

Monthly Return of Unexecuted processes for the month of .........

44

BP. Form No -93

Finger Print Form

45

BP. Form No -94

Finger Print Slip

46

BP. Form No -95

P.R slip

47

BP. Form No -96

Concld Dispatch Cheque

48

BP. Form No -97

Jail Parade Report

49

BP. Form No -98

Register of unidentified persons sent up by the Police

50

BP. Form No -99

Statement showing the Result of Traced Case

51

BP. Form No -100

Register of Property Recived in the Malkhana

52

BP. Form No -101

Daily undertrail Case Report the court officer of

53

BP. Form No -102

Cort officers of appeals

54

BP. Form No -103

Result of Appeal

55

BP. Form No -106

Bail-bond Register

56

BP. Form No -107

Register of persons convicted of heinous offences

57

BP. Form No -108

Index of Conviction Register

58

PIMS User login ID creation and cancellation form

PIMS User login ID creation and cancellation form

59

Form for Civil ID Number and ID Card

Form for Civil ID number and ID card

60

Form for Poilce ID Number and ID Card

Form for Poilce ID number and ID card

61

ID Card Rank Change Form

ID card Rank change form

62

ID Regulation

ID Regulation

63

Integrated CDMS User Identification Form

Integrated CDMS User Identification Form

64

Online News Archive Management User Identification Form

Online News Archive Management User Identification Form

65

Web based PIMS User Identification Form

Web based PIMS User Identification Form

66

Mission Completed Officers Form

Mission Completed Officers Form

http://www.police.gov.bd/content.php?id=275 (download from the sources)

 

Citizens Help request (CHR) বা  পুলিশ, বন্ধু আমার (বন্ধু পুলিশ)’ প্রকল্পের মাধ্যমে জনসাধারণ জরুরী নয় বা তাৎক্ষনিক সাড়ার প্রয়োজন নেই, এমন সব বিষয়ে সাধারণ ডায়েরী বা জিডি করার অনুরোধসহ আইন সহায়তা লাভ করতে পারবেন। জরুরী নয় বা তাৎক্ষনিক সাড়ার প্রয়োজন নেই, এমন সব বিষয়ে প্রবাসীগণও পুলিশ হেডকোয়ার্টার্স, বাংলাদেশ পুলিশ, ঢাকাস্থ প্রবাসী কল্যাণ ডেস্ক-এর সাথে যোগাযোগের জন্য এ ওয়েবসাইট ব্যবহার করতে পারবেন। উপরন্তু প্রবাসীগণ বাংলাদেশ পুলিশের প্রবাসী সহায়তা সেল-এর সাথে যোগাযোগের জন্য নিম্নবর্ণিত মাধ্যমগুলোর যে কোন একটি মাধ্যম ব্যবহার করতে পারবেন।
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জরুরী নয়, এমন কিছু বিষয়ের উদাহরণ হচ্ছে:

  1. পাসপোর্ট, পরিচয়পত্র, ব্যাংকের চেকবই, সার্টিফিকেট বা অন্য যে কোন গুরুত্বপূর্ণ দলিল হারানো।
  2. বখাটে, মাদক সেবী বা অপরাধীদের আড্ডাস্থল বা অন্য কোন অবৈধ সমাবেশ সম্পর্কে তথ্য (তাৎক্ষনিক সাড়ার প্রয়োজন হলে মোবাইল বা অন্য কোন মাধ্যমে সরাসরি ডিউটি অফিসার বা থানা ভারপ্রাপ্ত কর্মকর্তার সাথে কথা বলতে হবে)।
  3. ছিনতাইয়ের শিকার ব্যক্তি, যখন নিরাপদ অবস্থানে বা তার আবাসস্থলে আছেন (ছিনতাইকারী গ্রেফতার বা মালামাল উদ্ধারের আশায় জরুরী বা তাৎক্ষনিক পুলিশী সাড়ার প্রয়োজন হলে ডিউটি অফিসার বা থানা ভারপ্রাপ্ত কর্মকর্তার সাথে সরাসরি ফোনে কথা বলতে হবে।
  4. জনসাধারণের শান্তি-শৃঙ্খলা বিঘ্নিত হওয়ার আশংকা আছে এমন কোন অবৈধ সমাবেশ সম্পর্কে আগাম তথ্য।
  5. গৃহ পারিবারিক, নিয়োগ দারোয়ান, কেয়ারটেকার, নৈশপ্রহরী নিয়োগ (বা পলায়ন) সম্পর্কে তথ্য।
  6. নতুন বা পুরোনো ভাড়াটিয়া সম্পর্কে তথ্য।


প্রাথমিকভাবে পাইলট হিসেবে নিম্নবর্নিত থানা/ইউনিটসমূহ থেকে বাবন্ধু পুলিশবা ‘ CHR’-এর সেবা দেয়া হবে

  1. ঢাকা মহানগর-এলাকার সকল থানা
  2. (কেবল প্রবাসীদের জন্য) প্রবাসী সহায়তা সেল, পুলিশ হেডকোয়ার্টার্স, বাংলাদেশ পুলিশ, ঢাকা
  3. নারী নির্যাতন প্রতিরোধ সেল, PHQ
  4. মানব পাচার প্রতিরোধ সেল, PHQ


জনসাধারণের ভাল সাড়া পাওয়া গেলে এবং কোনরূপ পদ্ধতিগত জটিলতা দেখা না গেলে পর্যায়ক্রমে তা অধিক সংখ্যাক থানায় বিস্তৃত করা হবে।

·         ইভ টিজিং সংক্রান্ত তথ্য (বাংলা)
Information on Eve Teasing (English)

·         ছিনতাই বিষয়ক তথ্য (বাংলা)
Information on Snatching (English)

·         দলিল, সার্টিফিকেট, পরিচয়পত্র ইত্যাদি হারানো, চুরি বা ছিনতাই সংক্রান্ত তথ্য (বাংলা)
Information about loss/theft of certificate, ID and documents (English)

·         নতুন/পুরাতন নৈশপ্রহরী, দারোয়ান, গৃহপরিচারিকা, কেয়ারটেকার, প্রভৃতি নিয়োগ(পলায়ন) সংক্রান্ত তথ্যাদি: (বাংলা)
Information about Night Guard, Guard, Servant, Caretaker (English)

·         নতুন/পুরাতন ভাড়াটিয়া সম্পর্কিত তথ্য (বাংলা)
Information about new/old tenants (English)

·         প্রবাসীদের সমস্যা/অভিযোগ (বাংলা)
Expatriate Problems/Complains (English)

 

 

 

 

 

About INTERPOL

Visit: http://www.interpol.int/

 

Overview

INTERPOL is the world’s largest international police organization, with 190 member countries.

Our role is to enable police around the world to work together to make the world a safer place. Our high-tech infrastructure of technical and operational support helps meet the growing challenges of fighting crime in the 21st century.

SUPPORTING POLICE WORLDWIDE

We work to ensure that police around the world have access to the tools and services necessary to do their jobs effectively. We provide targeted training, expert investigative support, relevant data and secure communications channels.

This combined framework helps police on the ground understand crime trends, analyse information, conduct operations and, ultimately, arrest as many criminals as possible.

NEUTRALITY

At INTERPOL, we aim to facilitate international police cooperation even where diplomatic relations do not exist between particular countries. Action is taken within the limits of existing laws in different countries and in the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Our Constitution prohibits ‘any intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character'.

VISION AND MISSION

The vision: 
"Connecting police for a safer world".

The mission:
"Preventing and fighting crime through enhanced cooperation and innovation on police and security matters"

Vision and mission

The vision – what INTERPOL aspires to achieve

"Connecting police for a safer world"

Our vision is that of a world where each and every law enforcement professional will be able through INTERPOL to securely communicate, share and access vital police information whenever and wherever needed, ensuring the safety of the world's citizens. We constantly provide and promote innovative and cutting‐edge solutions to global challenges in policing and security.

The mission – what INTERPOL does to achieve its vision

"Preventing and fighting crime through enhanced cooperation and innovation on police and security matters"

We facilitate the widest possible mutual assistance between all criminal law enforcement authorities. We ensure that police services can communicate securely with each other around the world. We enable global access to police data and information. We provide operational support on specific priority crime areas. We foster continuous improvement in the capacity of police to prevent and fight crime and the development of knowledge and skills necessary for effective international policing. We strive for innovation at all times, in the areas of police and security matters.

 

A GLOBAL PRESENCE

The General Secretariat is located in Lyon, France, and operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. INTERPOL also has seven regional offices across the world and a representative office at the United Nations in New York and at the European Union in Brussels. Each of our 190 member countries maintains a National Central Bureau staffed by its own highly trained law enforcement officials.

 

(Compiled By: ain-qanoon.com).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Survey and reports on VAW in Bangladesh
    1. VAW survey 2011
  • Many women in Bangladesh do not report crime against them, as they are ashamed for the fear of social stigma, criticism, disbelief or further violence.[1] It is observed that a woman who has been raped undergoes two crisis, one the rape and the other the subsequent investigation and trial although the Supreme Court has recently prohibited two finger tests.
  • Bangladesh has become one of the pioneers through conducting the VAW Survey 2011[2]. The results of VAW Survey 2011 identified that as many as 87% of currently married women have ever  experienced  any  type  of  violence  by  current  husband  and  77%  reported  any  type  of violence faced during the past 12 months  from the survey time.
  • More than four percent of women have ever experienced sexual violence by non-partner, and one percent of women experienced during the past 12 months.[3]
  • Only 8 percent said they had never abused by a man other than their husband.
  • The survey was conducted on 12600 women randomly chosen in 7 divisions of Bangladesh titled VAW survey 2011 by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund and the report was published on December 2013.[4]
    1. Reports of VAW in National Action Plan 2013-2025

The National Action Plan (NAP) to prevent violence against women (VAW) 2013-2025 published by the Ministry of Women and children Affairs, Bangladesh mentioned that VAW is pandemic in Bangladesh and ranges from 42 to 70 percent where women of reproductive ages between 19-49 are the worst affected by violence.[5]  The NAP stated data collected from 24 national dailies regarding VAW as follows[6]:

Year

&

Type of violence

2010

2011

2012

2013 (upto August)

Total

Physical

1610

2060

2389

1477

7536

Rape

128

179

239

167

713

Gang rape

139

115

84

92

430

Sexual harassment

73

86

117

68

344

Burn (acid throwing)

177

213

174

104

596

Grand total

2127

2653

3003

1908

9619

    1. NGO reports on VAW in 2014

Violence against woman (report by odhikar[7] from2010 to 2013) based on few selected newspaper and media report

Name of offence

Report year 2010 (published on 1.1.2011, pp-63-74)

Report year 2011 (Published on January 7,2012, pp 109-119)

Report year 2012 (published on January 12,2013, pp 78-88)

Report year 2013 (Published on April 15, 2014, pp-120-130)

Comments

Sexual Harassment and stalking

273

(26 female and 139 male were victims for protesting)

915 (Male 201 and female 714 victimized)

479 (Female 20 and male 129 were victims for protesting)

333 (Female 9 and male 89 were victims for protesting)

Many committed suicide or murdered or victims of acid throwing for protesting

Rape

559 (248 woman and 311 child+ others unidentified)

711 (246 woman and 450 child and 15 others not identified)

805 (299 woman and 473 child and 33 not identified)

814 (336 woman and 452 child and 26 others not identified)

Many committed suicide or killed followed by Rape

Dowry related violence

378

529

822

443

Many were murdered or victims of acid throwing for dowry

Acid violence

137 (female 84 and girl 16)

101 (female 57 and girl 10)

105 (58 woman and 20 girl)

53 (36 woman and 5 girl)

Men are also victims of acid throwing

Illegal fatwa and illegal arbitration

5 woman and 4 man

05 (4 woman and 1 man)

17 (9 woman and 8 man)

--

Man and woman both are victims of this offence

 

  • Reasons of acid throwing against woman are refuse to marry or love or dating or sex or marital problems. The other reasons are enmity, land dispute, dowry, rape attempt etc.
  • Nature of dowry is physical torture or mental torture leading to suicide or absconding from marital home or causing suicide.
  • Reasons of illegal fatwa are love relationship or premarital pregnancy or oral divorce or rape or attempt to rape or false allegation in character or family dispute or love marriage or crime for marriage or disagree to sign in white paper.

 

The ASK[8] (Ain-o-shalish kendro) report from January 01, 2014 to December 31, 2014 on violence against woman (based on newspaper report) given below:

Year and  Name of offence

Rape

Sexual harassment

dowry

Acid attacks

Illegal fatwa/ shalish

Remarks

2014

707 (68 murdered after rape)

241 (female 146 and male 95)

296 (11 committed suicide and 163 tortured to death)

48

32

Based on few(14) daily newspaper report

The ASK also reported 488 incidents of domestic violence i.e. caused by husband or his relatives or in-laws against the wife that resulted in murder sometimes of which 261 cases were filed.

Bangladesh Mahila Parishad (BMP) published its report of violence against women and children in 2014. It revealed that more than 4500 women and children were subjected to murder, rape, acid attack, physical torture, suicide and other forms of violence across the country in 2014. The data collected from reports of 13 Bangla and English national newspapers between January and December showed that 939 women were raped last year. Of them, 174 were gang raped and 99 were killed after rape. It is also reported that 341 women committed suicide, 431 tortured for dowry and 236 were murdered for dowry and 93 child marriages case were reported during such period.[9]

 

 

For detail reports of Violence Against Women (VAW) or Bangladesh Human Rights Monitoring Report by Odhikar (An NGO) please visit:

http://odhikar.org/category/reports/

http://1dgy051vgyxh41o8cj16kk7s19f2.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/human-rights-monitoring-Six-Monthly-report-2015-eng.pdf

 

 

 

For Reports (you can also visit):

 

http://www.askbd.org/ask/category/hr-monitoring/ (Ain-O-Shalish Kendro)

http://www.blast.org.bd/publications (Bangladesh legal Aid and Services Trust)

http://www.bnwlabd.org/?page_id=5155 (Bangladesh National Women Lawyers Association)

http://news.priyo.com/org/human-rights-and-peace-banglad (HRPB)

http://www.nhrc.org.bd/ (National Human Rights Commission)

http://www.geebd.com/index/details_data/news/91

 

Compiled by: ain-qanoon.com.

 

 

[1] Md. Alamgir Hossain, Deputy  Director,  Bangladesh  Bureau  of  Statistics  (BBS),  Statistics  and  Informatics Division  (SID),  Ministry  of  Planning,  Government  of  the  People’s  Republic  of  Bangladesh. Measuring Gender-based violence: Results of the Violence Against Women (VAW) Survey in Bangladesh, September 2014. Worked as Supervising Officer in VAW 2011 Survey. Session-3, paper.p-1.

[2] http://www.bbs.gov.bd. (VAW survey-2011)

[3] Md. Alamgir Hossain, Measuring Gender-based violence: Results of the Violence Against Women (VAW) Survey in Bangladesh, op cit, p-5

[4] The daily Star, January 26,2014, http://www.thedailystar.net/most-abused-at-homes, retrieved on 12.2.2015.

[5] National Action Plan (NAP) 2013-2025, MOWCA, bd, p-9.

[6] ibid

[7] www.odhikar.org retrieved on 21.01.2015

[8] www.askbd.org (Oct 12,2014) retrieved on 22.01.2015.

[9] The Daily Star, January 02, 2015, p-3 and 5.

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