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The Gujarat Police 2021 notification and all its application proceedings are expected within the end of the year 2021. The application fee is expected to be INR 100 for General and OBC Candidates and it has been waived off completely for all other categorical candidates. The vacancies in 2021 are expected to be from 11,000 from 12,000 and towards the filling of SI and Constable Posts.

The salary of the Gujarat Police officer will be varying from INR 8,000 to INR 45,000 per month for Constable and Inspector categorical posts in the Gujarat Police Department. The compensation includes the allowances like House Rental allowances and Dearness allowances. The salary of the Gujarat police officer will be less than many of the States / Union Territories in the Country like Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, etc.


1. Police are one of the most ubiquitous organisations of the society. The policemen, 

therefore, happen to be the most visible representatives of the government. In an hour 

of need, danger, crisis and difficulty, when a citizen does not know, what to do and 

whom to approach, the police station and a policeman happen to be the most 

appropriate and approachable unit and person for him. The police are expected to be 

the most accessible, interactive and dynamic organisation of any society. Their roles, 


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functions and duties in the society are natural to be varied, and multifarious on the one 

hand; and complicated, knotty and complex on the other. Broadly speaking the twin 

roles, which the police are expected to play in a society are maintenance of law and 

maintenance of order. However, the ramifications of these two duties are numerous, 

which result in making a large inventory of duties, functions, powers, roles and 

responsibilities of the police organisation. 

Role, Functions and Duties of the Police in General

2. The role and functions of the police in general are: 

(a) to uphold and enforce the law impartially, and to protect life, liberty, property, 

human rights, and dignity of the members of the public; 

(b) to promote and preserve public order; 

(c) to protect internal security, to prevent and control terrorist activities, breaches 

of communal harmony, militant activities and other situations affecting 

Internal Security; 

(d) to protect public properties including roads, railways, bridges, vital 

installations and establishments etc. against acts of vandalism, violence or any 

kind of attack; 

(e) to prevent crimes, and reduce the opportunities for the commission of crimes 

through their own preventive action and measures as well as by aiding and 

cooperating with other relevant agencies in implementing due measures forprevention of crimes; 

(f) to accurately register all complaints brought to them by a complainant or his 

representative, in person or received by post, e-mail or other means, and take 

prompt follow-up action thereon, after duly acknowledging the receipt of the 


(g) to register and investigate all cognizable offences coming to their notice 

through such complaints or otherwise, duly supplying a copy of the First 

Information Report to the complainant, and where appropriate, to apprehend 

offenders, and extend requisite assistance in the prosecution of offenders; 

(h) to create and maintain a feeling of security in the community, and as far as 

possible prevent conflicts and promote amity; 

(i) to provide, as first responders, all possible help to people in situations arising 

out of natural or man-made disasters, and to provide active assistance to other 

agencies in relief and rehabilitation measures; 

(j) to aid individual, who are in danger of physical harm to their person or 

property, and to provide necessary help and afford relief to people in distress 


(k) to facilitate orderly movement of people and vehicles, and to control and 

regulate traffic on roads and highways; 

(l) to collect intelligence relating to matters affecting public peace, and all kind of 

crimes including social offences, communalism, extremism, terrorism and 

other matters relating to national security, and disseminate the same to all 

concerned agencies, besides acting, as appropriate on it themselves. 

(m) To take charge, as a police officer on duty, of all unclaimed property and take 

action for their safe custody and disposal in accordance with the procedure 


(n) To train, motivate and ensure welfare of police personnel

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