- What is the power of assistant sub-inspector?
- What can a sub-inspector do?
- Who has control over the investigating officer?
- Can a sub-inspector become SHO?
- Is Sub Inspector Exam tough?
- Who can be appointed for investigation?
- How is investigation process done?
- What is the age limit of SI?
- Which is higher a sub inspector or an Assistant Sub Inspector?
- Can a CBI Sub Inspector conduct an independent investigation?
- How is a statement recorded by a sub inspector?
- Who is the investigating officer in the police?
What is the power of assistant sub-inspector?
A.S.I. is often the officer in charge of Police Outposts or “phari” and Investigation Centres. Some police station they carry incharge of GD duty. They make report of incidents for senior officers. In Police Stations ASI are usually in charge of armouries and in training centres they are the Chief Drill Officer.
What can a sub-inspector do?
A sub-inspector is the lower-ranked police officer who can file a charge sheet in court and often acts as a first investigating officer. SI has the power to investigate all cases under the jurisdiction of his police station. He acts as a bridge between the superior police officers and constabulary below him.
Who has control over the investigating officer?
In cases of investigation of Cognizable offences the section 156 of the Criminal Procedure Code has conferred power upon the police officers to carry forward the investigation process without the order or permission of the magistrate.
Can a sub-inspector become SHO?
In greater towns/urban areas and metro urban communities, the SHO is Police Inspector while at unassuming communities or a Taluka, a Police Sub-Inspector likewise can be an SHO.
Is Sub Inspector Exam tough?
The physical test is the toughest and they have to clear it before being eligible for the written test. Every candidate has to necessarily finish the five km run in 25 minutes and those clearing it will be eligible to be part of five other tests.
Who can be appointed for investigation?
9. The Central Govt. may appoint any officer of Govt., any private professional or group/firm of professionals as inspector for investigation. It should however be ensured that there is no conflict of interest.
How is investigation process done?
The investigation of an offence consists of:
- Proceeding to the spot.
- Ascertainment of facts and circumstances of the case.
- Discovery and arrest of the suspect.
- Collection of evidence which may include:
- Formation of opinion as to whether there is a case for trial, and taking necessary steps accordingly. [
What is the age limit of SI?
Age: Between 20 and 25 years for Sub-Inspectors. 18 to 25 years for Constables. Relaxation of upper age limit is as per rules.
Which is higher a sub inspector or an Assistant Sub Inspector?
In the police forces of India and Pakistan, an Assistant sub-inspector (ASI) is a non-gazetted police officer ranking above a police head constable and below a Sub-inspector. The rank insignia for an ASI is one star, with a red and blue striped ribbon at the outer edge of the shoulder straps.
Can a CBI Sub Inspector conduct an independent investigation?
By law, a CBI sub inspector is not authorized to conduct an independent investigation and hence he does not have signing authority, the Inspector or the DySP signs the seizure memo. A sub-inspector may investigate a case independently only after taking due permission from the court.
How is a statement recorded by a sub inspector?
The statement is recorded by a sub inspector. When a sub-inspector is in the field for verification of a less important minor point of the case, he can record the statement of the concerned person at the spot using pen and paper. He may even just jot down the important points of the statement and can document those on his computer in the office.
Who is the investigating officer in the police?
He/she can be an Investigating officer; but most of the times, an Inspector or a Deputy Superintendent of Police is made the investigation officer. A.S.I. is often the officer in charge of Police Outposts or “phari” and Investigation Centres. Some police station they carry incharge of GD duty. They make report of incidents for senior officers.