Maharashtra Police Jobs for Urgent For Law Officer Post in Mumbai
Post Name : Law Officer No of Vacancy : 33 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 15000/- (Per Month) Post Name : Law Officer (Group- A) No of Vacancy : 01 Post Pay Scale : Rs. 25000/- (Per Month) Educational Qualification : Candidate should have degree in Law from a recognized University and should Possess Sanad. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : For Law Officer : 60 years For Law Officer (Group- A) : 62 years How to Apply : Interested candidates may apply in prescribed application form along with attested copies of documents, Two self addressed envelopes (with postage stamps) send to the Commissioner of Police, Mumbai, D.N.Road, Opp.Mahatma Phule Market, Mumbai 400 001 on or before 30.09.2015.
Candidate should have degree in Law from a recognized University and should Possess Sanad.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2015-09-19 to 2015-09-30
About Maharashtra police
System of modern policing in Mumbai began with the establishment of a Police Out-post by the Portuguese in 1661.
Later in the year 1669 when the East India Company acquired Mumbai, Gerald Aungier became the Governor of the City and is considered the founder of the citys present Police Force. He organized the Bhandari Militia with Subhedars head quartered at Mahim, Sewree and Sion. He died at Surat in 1677.
During John Childs Governorship (1681-90) in the year 1682 there was only one ensign for the whole force of 500 militia, and of non-commissioned officers there were only three sergeants and two corporals.
On February 17, 1779, Mr. James Tod was appointed as "Lieutenant of Police" on probation with an allowance of Rs. 4 per diem and on March 3rd of that year he was sworn in to office. Tod had a chequered career as head of the Bombay Police. Tods regulations, which numbered 41, were the only rules for the management of the force which had been passed up to that date in a formal manner. He had twice been indicted for felony and had been honorably acquitted on both occasions: but he still lived in continual dread of blame.
On March 29th, 1780 the office of the Lieutenant of Police annulled and office of Deputy of police on fixed salary of Rs. 3000/- a year created in its place. On April 5th ,1780 Tod formally relinquished his formal office and was appointed as Deputy of Police. Subsequently his designation was changed to "Deputy of Police and High Constable". Three years later, in 1790, Tods administration came to an inglorious end. He was tried for corruption.
In the year 1793, Act XXXIII, Geo. III was promulgated. The post of Deputy of Police and High Constable was abolished and in its place post of Superintendent of Police was created. Mr. Simon Halliday was the first Superintendent of Police. He was in-charge of his office until 1808. He had made a thorough revision of and re-arrangement for policing, the area out side the Fort. The troublesome area known as "Dungree and the Woods" was split up into 14 Police divisions, each division being staffed by two constables (European) and varying number of Peons (not exceeding 130 for the whole area), who were to be stationary in their respective charges and responsible for dealing with all illegal acts committed within their limits.