NAGALAND POLICE

Nagaland-PoliceNagaland is a mountainous state in northeast India, bordering Myanmar. It’s home to diverse indigenous tribes, with festivals and markets celebrating the different tribes’ culture. Its capital city of Kohima suffered heavy fighting in World War II, commemorated by memorials at the Kohima War Cemetery. The Nagaland State Museum exhibits ancient weaponry, a ceremonial drum and other traditional Naga cultural artifact.

Nagaland is spread across 16,579 KM. Founded on 30 November 1963 with a population 2.275 Million (2012). Kohima is Nagaland’s capital.

Police history

Shri L.L. Doungel, IPS is the Director General of Police (DGP), Nagaland.  The Nagaland Police is the law enforcement agency for the state of Nagaland in India.

Organizational structure

Nagaland Police comes under direct control of Department of Home Affairs, Government of Nagaland. The Nagaland Police is headed by a Director General of DGP (DGP) the present incumbent being Shri L.L. Doungel, IPS. He belongs to the 1987 batch, and serving in Nagaland (His home state) on inter-cadre deputation.

The organisational structure of Nagaland Police includes

  • NAP (Nagaland Armed Police) BATTALIONS
  • DISTRICT EXECUTIVE FORCE (DEF)
  • NAGALAND POLICE TELE-COMMUNICATION ORG. (NPTO)
  • NAGALAND ARMED POLICE TRAINING CENTRE (NAPTC)
  • POLICE TRAINING SCHOOL (PTS)
  • INTELLIGENCE BRANCH
  • CRIME BRANCH (In the Police Headquarters and in every district)
  • FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORY (FSL)