The Bangladesh Police is the main rule enforcement society of Bangladesh. It is administered under the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Government of Bangladesh. It plays a crucial role in maintaining peace, and enforcement of law and order within Bangladesh. Though the police are primarily worried with the protection of law and order and security of persons and property of individuals, they also play a big role in the criminal justice structure. The main sources of the Bangladesh Police force’s history come from Manushanghita, which are the hieroglyphics of Emperor Ashoka, and the stories of famous travellers. In Orthoshastra by Koutilla, nine types of spies are mentioned. During that period, policing was restricted in the efforts of collecting intelligence in order to curb anti-governmental activities, and to maintain law and order in the the general public. The duties of spies were varied, such as conducting surveillance over the activities of ministers, civil, and military officials, for which, different means of temptations and instigations were used. Details of policing activities during the middle age are also challenging to find. However, throughout the times of the great sultans, an official holding the position of Muhtasib used to carry out the duties of policing.
Post Name: police sergeant
Institute Name: The Bangladesh Police
Number of job vacancies: N / A
Type of Jobs: Government jobs
Job category: Full Time
Job Level: Entry / Mid / Top Level
Job description: N / A
Educational Requirements: At least Graduate
Experience Requirements: N / A
Additional Job Requirements: See the circular
Other Benefits: As per Government Policy policy.
Salary: According to National Pay Scale 2015.
Jobs Location: Anywhere in Bangladesh
Age limit for jobs: 19 – 27 years
Job Posting Date: 10th January 2017
Jobs Deadline: 13th, 14th, 15th, & 16th February 2017
Jobs Source: Daily Ittefaq
Email: N / A
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Web Address: http://www.police.gov.bd/
Address:See the circular