What is the highest rank in Indonesia police force?
|Worn on:||Higher Officer / General Officer (Pertiwa Tinggi / Pati)|
|Rank in English:||Police General||Police Brigadier General|
|Office or duty||Chief of National Police||director of national police general directorates, vice chief of regional police|
Who is the head of the police organization?
List of current Chiefs of Police Forces in the States and Union territories of India
|S.No.||State||Name of Police Chief|
|9||Himachal Pradesh||Sanjay Kundu, IPS|
|10||Jharkhand||Niraj Sinha, IPS|
|11||Karnataka||Praveen Sood, IPS|
|12||Kerala||Anil Kant, IPS|
What is the retirement age of Indonesian police?
(2) Maximum retired age for members of the State Police of the Republic of Indonesia shall be 58 (fifty eight) years old and for members that have special expertise and are required in performing functions of police shall keep working until reaching the age of 60 (sixty) years old.
What is the lowest rank in the Royal Lao police?
Royal Lao Police ranks
- Sip – Patrolman (no insignia)
- Sip – Patrolman 1st class (one red chevron pointed up)
- Sip Trii – Corporal (one white chevron pointed up)
- Sip Thó – Sergeant (two white chevrons pointed up)
- Sip Êek – Staff Sergeant (three white chevrons pointed up)
What is bhayangkara?
BHAYANGKARA (IMO: 9672806) is a Tug that was built in 2010 (11 years ago) and is sailing under the flag of Indonesia. Her length overall (LOA) is 29.3 meters and her width is 11 meters.
What is the highest rank of police officer in Malaysia?
|Rank group||General/flag officers||Field/senior officers|
|Royal Malaysia Police|
|Inspector-general of police (IGP)||Superintendent of police (SUPT)|
Do Indonesian police have guns?
Mostly for training. Used by Brimob. Indonesian Police are set to become the third in Southeast Asia police group after Royal Malaysia Police and Singapore Police Force to use the non-lethal Taser X26 stun guns.
How can I become a police officer in Indonesia?
Applicants were required to have at least a sixth-grade education and to pass a competitive examination. Other qualifications included physical fitness and good moral character. After three years’ service as ordinary police, personnel with junior secondary-school diplomas could enter training to become NCOs.