who is in charge of all police stations in a district ?

D.I.G is the charge of all police station district in a district.thumbs up if right!!!!

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@minecraftian tejaswi -: what is D.I.G. what is the full form

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 D.I.G full form is Deputy Inspector General  Thumbs Up If Right

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it is not  D I G it is something other

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according to me it SP  i.e. Suprintendent of  Police in a district.

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Senior Superintendent

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IPS

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SP IS INCHARGE OF ALL POLICE STATIONS IN A DISTRICT

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either Inspector of police, or S I of police, are usually, ico of police stations. Gazette publication is to be seen. furher, in the absence of eiher of them..... it is any officer, who is holding charge of police station, shall be deemed in charge of police station. He shall not be a constable. constable is not Ico.

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SP is the correct answer

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SP
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Station House Officer (S.H.O) is responsible.
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SENIOR SUPRITENDENT OF POLICE

 
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Senior superintendent
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Superitendent of police
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senior supritent of police
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Sp is in charge of all police stations in.a district
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incharge of all district police station is SP superintendent of police
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Sp is in charge of police stations in a district
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Superintendent Police ( SP ) is the incharge of all police stations in a district.
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S.H.O
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Answer :- The local police stations are headed by Station House Officer (SHO), while the Superintendent of Police (SP) is in charge of all the police stations in a district.
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sp is in charge.
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Senior Superintendent
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SP
 
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Superintendent of police S.P is the in-charge of all police stations in a district
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3 is answer
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Superintendent of Police. hope it will help you
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Your answer is SP.
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