Tripura Police

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Tripura Police
ত্রিপুরা পুলিশ
Common nameTripura Police
AbbreviationTP
Mottoসেবা, বীরতা, মিত্রতা
Agency overview
Formed1965
Employees28,031
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdictionTripura, India
India Tripura locator map.svg
Tripura Police jurisdictional area
Size10,492 square kilometres (4,051 sq mi)
Population360,740
General nature
Operational structure
Overviewed byGovernment of Tripura
HeadquartersFire Brigade Chowmuhani Agartala

Parent agencyTripura Police
Law enforcementsHeadquarter of Tripura Police
Facilities
Stations65
Website
tripurapolice.nic.in
Tripura police

Tripura Police is the law enforcement agency of the state of Tripura which organizes and is responsible for policing activities in the state of Tripura, Northeast India. It was formed in the year 1965.

Organizational structure[edit]

Administration[edit]

Equipment and vehicles[edit]

All the equipment for the Tripura Police are manufactured indigenously by the Indian Ordnance Factories controlled by the Ordnance Factories Board, Ministry of Defence, Government of India.

  • Baton (General Beat Purpose)
  • Lee–Enfield . 303 (Standard Issue. Phased out)
  • 1A SLR Rifle.
  • 1B1INSAS Rifle. (Present Standard Issue)
  • Sterling submachine gun. (VIP Protection. Phased Out)
  • Sten Gun (VIP Protection. Phased Out)
  • A7 Assault Rifle (For Special Operations) Indian AKM
  • AK-47 Bulgarian. (VIP Protection & Standard Guards Issue)
  • Heckler & Koch MP5 (VIP protection) Limited quantity.
  • MG 1B Light Machine Gun.
  • PKM Machine Gun. (Limited Quantity)
  • Pistol Auto 9mm 1A (Standard Service Weapon for Officer's above the Rank of Sub-Inspector)
  • Glock 17. (Standard Service Weapon for Officer's above the Rank of Sub-Inspector)
  • Revolver. (Officer's Service weapon. Being phased out)

Vehicles[edit]

Vehicles Used for General Duty purpose.

  • Mahindra Bolero
  • Maruti Gypsy (patrolling)
  • Tata Sumo
  • Tata 407 Trucks.
  • Buses
  • TVS Apache. (Patrolling)
  • Mahindra Commander Jeep. (Phased out)

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