More exams and interviews to join the crime branch!

Crime Branch
Crime Branch

The application and recommendation of the Crime Branch are not enough. Written exams and interviews of 300 people from the Civil Police Officer to Sub-Inspector will be held on 28th. These include those awaiting deputation and political recommendation from the police to the crime branch.

For those from North Kerala, the Thrissur Police Academy and South Indian Police Training College are the exam centers. Written exams will be held in the morning and interviews will be held in the afternoon. The written Examination is for 40 marks. Only those who have passed will be appointed at the crime branch. There are only 5 to 18 people working in the crime branch. Many are reaching for political recommendations. Working from 10 am to 5 pm. Do not wear uniforms. Vacation at will – this is the attraction of the crime branch. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan had suggested that the crime branch be replaced by a better intelligence agency like the CBI.

On this basis, the Chief Minister accepted the recommendation of Crime Branch Chief Tomin Thachankari. The examination is to be held on the same day. Anyone in the State Police can apply for a Crime Branch deputation online every month till the 15th. It has also been decided to construct a new headquarters building at the Directorate of Crime Branch near Vazhuthacaud. Cases 2700, Officers 106 The crime branch currently has 2700 cases. 106 officers from Inspector to ADGP to investigate and oversee. This includes 3 IGs and 54 DYSPs. Of the 16 SP posts, 5 are vacant. Out of a total of 1175, 850 were police officers and the rest were ministers. An official has to investigate more than 40 cases simultaneously.