Haryana to have separate cadre for CID

To carry out intelligence gathering in a professional manner, Haryana government has decided to have a separate cadre for Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

Last Updated: May 26, 2011, 21:29 PM IST

Chandigarh: To carry out intelligence
gathering in a professional manner, Haryana government has
decided to have a separate cadre for Criminal Investigation
Department (CID).

All vacancies in the cadre shall be filled through direct
recruitment or promotion or deputation. At present, CID draws
its employees from the police force.
The state cabinet, which met under the chairmanship of
Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda here today, gave its nod
to amend Punjab Police Rules, 1934, which would be known as
Punjab Police (Haryana Amendment) Rules, 2011.

These rules shall regulate the appointment, training,
promotion, deputation and other connected administrative
matters relating to CID officials in view of special
professional requirements, Hooda told reporters here.

There shall be a separate cadre as provided under sub
section (1) of section 4 of the Police Act 2007(25 of 2008),
of directly recruited officials, in the Criminal Investigation
Department (hereinafter referred to as the cadre) for the
purpose of attending to any duty assigned by the Head
of Criminal Investigation Department.
Direct recruitment to this cadre shall be made on the
post of Constable and Assistant Sub-Inspector.

There will be non-gazetted ranks of Constables and Head
Constables to be appointed by Superintendent of Police.
Assistant Sub Inspectors would be appointed by Deputy
Inspector General of CID.

All direct appointments to non-gazetted ranks shall be
made by the appointing authority on the recommendations of the
concerned Police Recruitment Board constituted under Haryana
Police Act, 2007.

Of the total sanctioned posts (both temporary and
permanent) of Assistant Sub Inspectors, 75 per cent shall be
filled up by direct recruitment and twenty five per cent by
promotion, or by deputation.

PTI