Delhi Police Recruitment 2023 - 7547 Total Jobs Updated On 02 Sep 2023

Delhi Police Recruitment 2023: Various Job Notifications are available for all the Unemployed aspirants. Delhi Police has published the Latest Employment Opportunities of Constable Jobs jobs for 7,547 Vacancies. All the contenders who are qualified in Intermediate are eligible to apply for this Delhi Police Notification 2023. Lots of Job Vacancies are issued for all the eligible and skilled aspirants. This is a fantastic opportunity for all the aspirants who are waiting to recruit as an employee in Delhi Police Govt Jobs. All the Jobless aspirants who are facing problems with unemployment can grab this career opportunity by applying before the last date. Here we guide with all the details of Delhi Police Jobs Notification. Each and every applicant must visit the Official Notification to check all the clear details of Delhi Police Recruitment 2023. To Read More about Delhi Police Recruitment, Read More

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Delhi Police Jobs 2023 - Apply Online For 7547 Constable Posts
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Delhi Police (DP) is the law enforcement agency for the National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT). It was formed on 16th February 1948. Its headquarters are located in New Delhi. Amrit Shah was the Minister of Home Affairs and Amulya Patnaik was the Commissioner of Police. before 1945 Delhi was a part of Punjab Police.

In 1948, Delhi police were restructured Mr. D.W. Mehra became the first chief of Delhi Police. The strength of the Delhi Police in 1951 was about 8,000 with one Inspector General of Police (IGP) and eight Superintendents of Police (SP). In 1956, a post of Deputy Inspector General of Police was created. In 1961, the strength of the Delhi Police was over 12,000.

In 1966, the Delhi Police on the basis of the Khosla Commission Report was reorganized. Four police districts namely, North, Central, South and New Delhi were created. J.N Chaturvedi with the rank of IGP became the first Commissioner of Delhi Police.