Disclosures Under Sec 4 of Right to  Information Act 2005  



Nagaland: Kohima

Right to information and obligations of public authorities

Sec 4 (1)(b) of RTI Act 2005

    (i) The particulars of its organisation, functions and duties. Click here

    (ii) The powers and duties of its officers and employees. Click here

    (iii) The procedure followed in the decision making process, including channels of supervision and accountability; Click here

    (iv) The norms set by it for the discharge of its functions; Click here

    (v) The rules, regulations, instructions, instructions, manuals and records, held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions; Click here

    (vi) a statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control; Click here

    (vii) the particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with, or representation by, the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof; Click here

    (viii) a statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public; Click here

    (ix) a directory of its officers and employees; Click here

    (x) the monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations. Click here

    (xi) the budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made; Click here

    (xii) the manner of execution of subsidy programmes, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programmes; Click here

    (xiii) particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorisations granted by it; Click here

    (xiv) details in respect of the information, available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form; Click here

    (xv)  the particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use; Click here

    (xvi) the names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers; Click here

    (xvii) such other information as may be prescribed; and thereafter update these publications every year; Click here




    MANUAL – 1 : Particulars of the Organisation, Functions and Duties. 


    Nagaland Police department is the biggest Directorate of the state government. More than 25,000 employees are working for the department. The department is headed by an officer of the rank of Director General of Police.  He is assisted by number of officers at different ranks. The Department consists of 11 Def (District Executive Force) headed by an officer in the rank of Superintendent of Police. These DEFs are analogous with 11 Districts in the State. The State has 8 Nagaland Armed Police (NAP) Battalions and 7 NAP (IR) battalions based in different districts and these battalions are headed by an officer in the rank Commandant. There are total 71 police stations and 24 outposts.


    Details  of  police  stations  district wise and outposts of police stations are mentioned below. 

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    Police Headquarters has different branches with uniform and civil staff catering to their respective subject matters.
    There are Esstt-I, Esstt-II, Esstt-III, M.T. branch, Account Branch, Supply branch, Legal Cell, Crime branch, Pension branch, Modernization branch etc with staffs headed by office superintendents.
    Senior Accounts officer and Junior Accounts officer are posted by the state govt. on deputation from Accounts service to act as advisers on financial and Accounts matters to the department.


              The Police Engineering wing is called Police Engineering Project headed by a Chief Engineer at Police Headquarters and assisted by two Executive Engineers at Chumukedima and Alichen respectively with a host of other functionaries. This is the executive wing for all constructions works in the Police Department either financed by state government or by the Central government under modernization scheme.


    The Police wireless wing is headed by DIG under the nomenclature Nagaland Police Telecommunication organization. He is assisted by one S.P and few other level officers at the Headquarters and other officers and ranks are posted all over the state both in districts and Battalion catering to communication requirements of the department.

    Besides the above, there is a Police Central Hospital at Chumukedima with a Chief Medical Officer (CMO) and Senior Medical Officer (SMO) assisted by Nurses and other staff. One Doctor and two Nurses with 6(six) Pharmacists are posted in all armed battalions to cater to armed Police personnel.

     Police Department has a separate branch dealing with offences relating to narcotics headed by an officer of the level of S.P assisted by various ranks. Check-posts at various places are in operation for this purpose.


    The department has to cater to huge number of supplies of different types such as arms/ammunitions; Clothing and rations. For smooth flow of supplies there is a supply branch at PHQ manned by AIG(S) with other staff. Supplied & accepted items are stored at Police Central Store from where units collect the materials. PCS is head by a Dy.S.P with other staff.



     By nature of it duties, Police Department has a large fleet of vehicles. Major repair replacements are undertaken at Police Central Workshop at Chumukedima headed by an Addl. S.P designated as O/C.


    There are two training centers under the department. One the Police Training School (PTS) and second Nagaland Armed Police Training Centre (NAPTC).  PTS imparts basic training to the police personnel from the unarmed branch and to the ASIs plus it conducts various in-service courses.  NAPTC conducts basic training to the police personnel from the armed branch.


              Security, Special Branch and Human Rights are the branches functioning under the intelligence wing.  It is headed by Inspector General of Police (Intelligence) and based in Police Headquarters.  The wing is responsible for collection, collation and dissemination of vital information and co-ordination with the other intelligence agencies.  It is also responsible for the VIP security in the state.


              FSL at Dimapur is headed by Joint Director level Officer. The laboratory is well equipped in dealing with cases pertaining to Finger Prints, Photography, Narcotics, Questioned Documents and to carry out Polygraph Tests.


    MANUAL II : Powers and duties of Officers and Employees.

    The duties of commandant:

    1. He is responsible for the training, administration, health, and maintenance of discipline of the unit.
    2. He will supervise and control all duties performed by those under his command.
    3. He is the sole appointing authority for the posts of constables and NCEs and none other. All qualification and physical pre-requisites will be ascertained before appointment; appointments will be done only when PHQ clearance is obtained and against GD posts no women will be appointed except where it is expressly permitted by Government order.
    4. He is responsible for the security of buildings, equipments and other stores on the charge of the Unit and to see that they are complete, serviceable and in accordance with the latest pattern and scale from which no deviation is allowed without sanction of the higher authorities.
    5. He will bring to the notice of his superior commander all defects, losses and damages which he is unable to rectify.
    6. It is the duty of every Commander to see that no officer and all ranks and civilian employee who is unfit to perform his/her duties is retained in service.
    7. He is responsible that all orders published by superior authority are communicated to those under his command, to whom they may concern.

    The duties of Dy. Commandant:

    1. He will assume command of the Battalion in the absence of the Commandant.
    2. Without referring to the permanent Commandant he will not:-

    (a) change the policy of training and administration;
    (b) carry out promotions;
    (c) change the policy regarding expenditure of funds.

    3. He will be responsible for ensuring that the general policy of the Commandant in all matters is implemented.
    4. He will be the President of all Regimental Institutions and as such he will be responsible for the following:-

    (a) All regimental and private accounts.
    (b) Officers Mess.
    (c) Family Welfare Centre.
    (d) Educational training and Children Park.
    (e) Canteens if any.
    (f) Presiding over monthly Mess Committee meetings.
    (g) Unit Cinema if any.
    (h) Any other Regimental Institutions in the Unit.

    5. He will be the Unit Security Officer.
    6. He will be responsible for the training of officers.
    7. He will supervise the training of the Battalion as directed by the Commandant.
    8. He will be responsible for the training of band if any.

    The Duties of Coy Commander:

    1. Keeping in view the role of the Nagaland Armed Police, the Coy Commander is not only responsible for the training, administration, morale and discipline of the men under his command but also is responsible for helping the civil administration for maintenance of law and order in his area of responsibility. For this purpose he will work in close cooperation with the local civil authorities.
    2. He is responsible to the Commandant for the discipline, training, administration, welfare and proper men management.
    3. He is responsible for the maintenance, correct accounting and security of all stores, arms, ammunition and equipment held on charge of his Coy and to ensure that the same is carried out by his Platoon Commanders in Outposts.
    4. He is responsible for the submission of all indents for replacement of all stores in his Coy.
    5. He is responsible for storage and accounting of rations held on charge and that correct reports/returns are submitted to higher authorities and to the Battalion Headquarters.
    6. He is responsible to ensure implementation of all orders/directives issued from the Battalion Headquarters from time to time.
    7. He will tour all the Outposts of his Coy if any at least once a month and Durbar be conducted.
    8. No changes in strength of Outposts will be made by him without the permission of the Commandant.
    9. Whenever help is required by the Civil Administration, written demand should be obtained from them. He will impress upon all his men that minimum force is used and maximum patience and understanding is displayed at all times. In no way he will allow civil officials to interfere with any tactical deployment of his men to accomplish any given tasks.
    10. He will ensure that all reports/returns in addition to routine once are submitted on due dates as and when asked for.
    11. The standing reports/returns must be sent in time as per orders in force.
    12. He will ensure that Annual Firing Classification is carried out as per training instruction of the Battalion.
    13. Will supervise the hygiene and sanitation of Outposts.
    14. Will ensure that Patrols are sent on the missions as per orders issued from Battalion Headquarters from time to time.
    15. The Coy Commander should keep the Commandant completely in the picture regarding day to day happenings in his area and seek his advice in case of doubt on any orders passed by civil administration/S.P. of the District.

    The Duties Of Adjutant:

    1. He will be the Confidential Staff Officer of the Commandant.
    2. He will deal with all ‘G’ and ‘A’ matters.
    3. He will maintain an Office Order book and a Circular book.
    4. He will ensure that all orders of the Commandant are passed over to concerning branches and that those are carried out with implicit obedience by all ranks.
    5. He must be tactful in his dealings with Officers and will always endeavour to carry out the routine of the Unit without any cause for friction.
    6. He is responsible for:-

    (a) reporting to the Commandant all irregularities and infringements of orders;
    (b) conducting Friday Inspection Parade in addition to Commandant’s Monday
    Inspection Parade;
    (c) arranging for the Unit personnel grievances Orderly Room once in a week by
    Commandant apart from the disciplinary orderly room;
    (d) inspection of Quarter-guard at least once in a week and will mount the Quarterguard also once a week;
    (e) detailing of escorts of correct strength and their despatch as and when required;
    (f) interviewing all NGOs, NCOs and Ors on their return from leave, course and out-station duties if authorized by the Commandant;
    (g) issuing of routine Battalion Orders;
    (h) receiving daily reports from the duty NGOs/NCOs;
    (i) maintenance of Duty Roster of officers, NGOs and NCOs;
    (j) control of Regimental Police;
    (k) organization of offices, control of all Ministerial Staff and Writers;
    (l) ensuring that all Clerks are acquainted with the official Secret Act;
    (m) dealing personally with all classified documents and for their registration, accounting for and safe custody;
    (n) running of various cadres within the Unit;
    (o) supervision of communication with the Battalion and Out-stations.

    7. He will receive reports as follows:-

    (a) Reports on all matters of unusual nature such as death, arrest, desertions and accidents.
    (b) Daily report from the duty NGOs/NCOs.
    (c) Relief reports from Officers/NGOs/NCOs returning from Out-stations.

    8. He will keep the following documents:-

    (a) A register of all classified documents.
    (b) Officers’ records of service.
    (c) Character roll of NGOs/NCOs.
    (d) Officers’ Leave roster.
    (e) Officers’ Casual Leave register.
    (f) List of all NGOs and men who are fit for instructors.
    (g) A register showing that orders and letters of importance have been seen by Officers.
    (h) Officers’ Identity Card checking register.

    9. He will perform any other duties that may be ordered by the Commandant in addition to those outlined above.
    10. He will be responsible for the preparation, translation and distribution of all types of orders for all guards, sentries and escorts.
    11. Whenever Judicial/ Departmental proceedings are ordered by the Commandant, he will ensure that all the papers are correct and that they are according to the current directives. He will promulgate all findings and sentences.
    12. He will be responsible for conducting Refresher Courses of the Unit personnel.

    The Duties Of Subedar Major:

    1. He will act as the Confidential Officer to the Commandant and as such he occupies a position of great trust and responsibility.
    2. He will be the Advisor to the Commandant in all matters pertaining to the morale, welfare, discipline, health and other amenities of the personnel and families in the Battalion.
    3. He will always have direct access to the Commandant and bring to notice of the Commandant any occurrence in the lines that may be prejudicial to the good name of the Battalion.
    4. He will be responsible for the maintenance of strict discipline in Unit lines as well as in family lines.
    5. He must make it his business to know all happenings that may affect the interest of the Battalion.
    6. He will be the Ex-Officio President of the NGOs Mess and responsible for its smooth running and administration.
    7. He will be the Ex-Officio member of all the Institutions of the Battalion and will bring to the notice of the PRI any suggestions for their improvement.
    8. He must bring to the notice of the Commandant any disregard of Battalion Standing Order.
    9. He will always accompany the Commandant on his tours/inspections as a matter of routine unless directed to the contrary by the Commandant.
    10. He will see that no stranger is permitted to stay in the Battalion lines without his permission.
    11. He will maintain register in respect of visiting relatives of serving personnel allowed in the lines and will report to the Commandant within 24 hours of their arrival.
    12. He will make a daily report to the Commandant when he first meet him.
    13. He will be always present at the Commandants Disciplinary orderly room/Grievance orderly room.
    14. He will be the Cashier- in-charge of Regimental and private Treasure Chests and will be responsible to see that the cash balance in the chests agrees with the cash book at all
    15. He will ensure that one NCO sleeps in the Quarter-guard whenever the cash in the Quarter-guard exceeds Rs. 10,000/-.
    16. He will not issue any cash from the Treasure Chest without having received authority slip/cheques from the Commandant or an Officer authorized by him.


    The important functions of the police department are;

    1. Maintenance of Law and order


    1. VIP security
    1. Protocol duty


    1. Criminal investigation
    1. Riot control


    1. Intelligence collection
    1. Imparting training


    1. Traffic Management


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    MANUAL – III The procedure followed in decision  making process including channels of supervision and accountability.

                                           The decision making in respect of the Department is vested with the administrative head. All papers relating to the establishment matters are generally processed initially at the level of Secretariat Assistant and LDA who submits the file to the Branch Section Officer, who in turn submits to the Under Secretary- Special Secretary and Minister.

                  In matters of sanction, all proposals for drawals given only after formal order issued by the State Finance Department in the form of Drawal authority or Concurrence. Supervision at the Branch level comes under the responsibility of the Section Officer. Over all accountability rests with the officers and staffs for the timely disposal/discharge of the work assigned to each branch.

    Home Commissioner:    As the Administrative Head he/she steers/leads the Department.
    Minister in charge    :    All policy matters are put up to Ministers in charge for final
    Cabinet:                          Important policy matters are put up to the Cabinet for approval.


    Decisions are taken at unit level as well as at Police Headquarters level. At unit level, district S.Ps and Commandants, as the case may be, are empowered by Govt. rules and regulations; notifications to take certain decisions concerning their jurisdictions or units.  

    At Police Headquarters level, various and different level officers are empowered to take decisions on matters which are internal by nature. However, final decisions on policy and important matters having bearing on the Department as a whole are taken by DGP on the advice of officers assisting him. Whatever decisions taken are to be in consonance with the existing rules & regulations, norms and procedures. No officer is authorized to take arbitrary decisions not in conformity with the Government’s stated policies, rules and regulations. 

    The organisational flow chart Click Here will clearly make one understand the hierarchy, the channels of supervision and accountability.

    MANUAL – IV :  The norms set for discharge of functions:.

    In discharging its functions, the Home (Police) Department follows the norms set by the Government of Nagaland in the Nagaland Manual of Office procedure. Besides other Guidelines, Orders, Memorandums, Acts and Rules and Regulations issued by the State Government and Central Government from time to time is followed.


    Basing on the legal powers and responsibilities as empowered to Police under Police Act and Cr.P.C., the various norms to discharge various functions at different levels are spelt out in details by the Assam Police Manual for various ranks from Const. to DGP which is followed by the Department.

    Besides this, norms for discharge of functions, responsibilities & powers are governed by various govt. rules & regulations; notifications, Acts etc. While discharging official and

    lawful functions, officers should ensure that their decisions, actions are not in contravention of Govt. servants Conduct Rules




    The efficiency of a Unit depends mainly on its leaders at all levels. It is the Unit Commanders who maintain the highest standard of discipline, morale, training and readiness to face all situations of men and administration. To achieve the highest standards of efficiency, all have to work as a team and maintain a high standard of proficiency and conduct as to assist the Commanding Officer in smooth functioning of the Unit.

    The authority of the Commanding Officer is paramount whether on or off parade. His decision is final as far as the Unit is concerned.



    Notes for the guidance of officers:-


    (a) Conduct: - The integrity of an officer must be beyond reproach and it is by personal example that he makes men learn to trust him. The general tone of the unit depends on officer’s conduct.


    (b) Irregularities and Behaviour: - The irregularities and behaviour of any man must not pass unnoticed. An officer must have moral courage to check and rectify them on the spot. Ensure that the orders given are obeyed in full.


    (c) Knowledge of Men: - The Unit Commanders should constantly endeavour to know the men under their command and personally acquaint themselves with their home affairs. Apart from knowing their names, they should study each individual, his character and capabilities with a view to fit him in his proper place in the team.


    (d) Interest in Men: - Officers must make the men feel that they are interested in their happiness, contentment and well-being. Their personal touch can be maintained by participating in men’s games, attendance at roll-call and meals, holding of durbars and frequent interviews with men going on and returning from leave and on first posting to the Unit.


    (e) Treatment of Men: - While on duty, the Unit Commanders should be strict and firm in exacting an implicit obedience, but when off duty they should treat the men with kindness and at no time should prejudice or favour be shown to any particular

    man or tribe. An Officer must be firm, fair and friendly.

    (f) Chain of Command: - All officers must observe proper chain of command. Inquiries into irregularities or breaches of discipline should be made through them.


    (g) Manner of Reprimanding: - All terms must be carefully chosen when reprimanding a man for indiscipline. An officer must be tactful in awarding punishments.


    (h) Minor Punishments: - The aim of minor punishments is to deter a man from getting into serious trouble later and is also of correcting nature. Coy Commanders and Adjutant are authorized to award minor punishments as authorized in the NAP Act, 1966.


    (I) Letter of Recommendation: - Commanding Officer can accord letter of recommendation to any constable or civilian employed and no other officer is permitted to do so.


    (j) Office Routine: - Officers are responsible for the correctness of all papers and accounts initialled or signed by them. The staff officers will sign routine correspondence within the unit. All other correspondence will be signed by the Commanding Officer or in his absence the 2 I/C who will ensure that accounts are

    kept cleared and there should not be any error in office work.


    (k) Accounts: - All officers must know the system of accounting in the unit. They will satisfy themselves as to their correctness when taking over account and be responsible to maintain it correctly and properly thereafter.


    (l) Regulations and Orders: - All officers are required to be conversant with all Rules and Regulations and Procedures/ Manuals. They must make themselves acquainted with orders published during their absence on temporary duty or leave on return to the unit.


    (m) Punctuality: - Officers will be punctual in attending all parades and duties. The officers taking the parade must arrive in time, all others being present five minutes before his arrival. Officers must also be punctual to various functions or parties

    where invited.


    (n) Saluting: - Officers should be very particular and take pride in giving and receiving salutes.


    (o) Games: - Officers must take interest in all games and sports played by the men.



    MANUAL – V :  The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records held by it or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.



    Acts, Rules, Regulations Manual Records



    The Police Act 1861

    An act for the regulation of the Police. It provides a basic framework under which the Police Department has to function.


    The Police Forces (Restriction of Rights) Act 1966

    It provides for the restriction of certain rights conferred by part III of the constitution in their application to the members of the forces charged with the maintenance of public order so as to ensure the proper discharge of their duties & maintenance of discipline among them.


    The Police Forces (Restriction of Rights) Rules 1966



    Assam Police Manual

    It gives instruction on various aspects of policing.


    Criminal procedure code 1973

    Lays down the procedure under which the criminal investigation has to be carried out by the Police.


    The Nagaland Armed Police Act 1966

    It provides for the constitution and regulation of the Nagaland Armed Police.


    The Nagaland Services (Discipline & Appeal)Rules 1967

    Deals with the discipline aspect of the Government Servants.


    The Nagaland Government Servant Conduct Rules 1968

    Guidelines on the conduct & behaviour of the Government Servant.


    Nagaland Directorate Ministerial Service Rules 2006



    Hand book on procedures in Departmental Enquiry



    Government qualifications



    Nagaland Manual for Office Procedure 2009



    Role of an Inquiry Officer & Asst. Presenting Officer in Departmental Disciplinary procedures



    Nagaland Liquor Total Prohibition Act, 1989



    Indian Penal Code 1860



    Nagaland Security Regulation 1962



    Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation, 1875


    MANUAL – VI :  A  statement of the categories of documents that are held by it or under its control.

     Records Maintained At Police Stations

    1.       GDE

    2.       Disbursement Register

    3.       Non-FIR Register

    4.       Accdd. Police Remand Register

    5.       Accd. Indicial Remand Register

    6.       Dak Book

    7.       Dak to P.I.

    8.       Dak to S.P.

    9.       Receipt Register Pt-IV

    10.   Verification Register

    11.   Process (Summon) Register

    12.   Process (Warrant) Register

    13.   Arms Register

    14.   Malkhana Register

    15.   Khatian Register

    16.   VCNB

    17.   Room Orderly Register

    18.   Inspection Register

    19.   Comparative Crime Statement

    20.   Wall Chart:

    (a)    Area covered by jurisdiction

    (b)    Villages under jurisdiction

    (c)    Hotels, Schools, Govt. Shops, Ward and Colonies under jurisdiction.

    MANUAL – VII :  The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation with or representation by  the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or administration.

    Not Applicable

    MANUAL – VIII :  A statement of boards, Council, Committees and other bodies constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meeting of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.

    Not applicable



      MANUAL – 9


      Manual IX : A Directory of its officers and employees. 




      CP Dimapur


      DEF KMA



      DEF ZBTO

      DEF TSG

      DEF PHEK

      DEF MON

      DEF LLG

      DEF KPE

      DEF MKG

      1st NAP

      2nd NAP

      3rd NAP

      4th NAP

      5th NAP

      6th NAP

      7th NAP

      8th NAP

      9th NAP

      10th NAP

      11th NAP

      12th NAP

      13th NAP

      14th NAP

      15th NAP





        MANUAL – X :  The monthly Remuneration received by each of its officers and employees including the  System of Compensation as provided in Regulations..





      CP Dimapur

      DEF KMA



      DEF ZBTO

      DEF TSG

      DEF PHEK

      DEF MON

      DEF LLG

      DEF KPE

      DEF MKG

      1st NAP

      2nd NAP

      3rd NAP

      4th NAP

      5th NAP

      6th NAP

      7th NAP

      8th NAP

      9th NAP

      10th NAP

      11th NAP

      12th NAP

      13th NAP

      14th NAP

      15th NAP






      Manual XI: The Budget Allocated to each Agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursement made

      MANUAL-XI The Budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made in r/o Demand NO-28 CIVIL POLICE.
      (Rs. In Lakhs)
      Sl.No. Particulars BE-2015-16 RE 2015-16 ACTUAL EXPENDITURE 
      1 Salaries 86158.07 85144.21 84707.39
      2 Travel Expenses 501.67 601.67 601.64
      3 Office Expenses 174.04 264.04 264.03
      4 Professional & Special Services(MACT) 30.00 30.00 29.22
      5 Rent/Rates & Taxes 137.34 137.34 128.88
      6 Minor Works (infrastructure) 1025.20 2904.05 2904.05
      7 Machinery Equipment Tools & Plants 76.27 2642.27 2592.15
      8 Motor Vehicles 400.00 951.45 951.45
      9 Maintainance (R/R) 4097.97 5097.97 5097.97
      10 Maintenance 57.36 57.36 57.95
      11 Material & Supply 55.87 55.87 54.32
      12 Arms & Ammunition 458.98 458.98 458.98
      14 Welfare 63.10 118.58 118.55
      15 UTP 10.00 10.00 8.80
      16 Hiring(CRPF) 45.00 135.00 135.00
      17 Deployment of Personnel 0.01 665.97 1613.23
      18 Rewards 5.00 5.00 5.00
      19 Clothing & Tentage 1220.56 1290.56 1287.14
      20 Cost of Ration 3512.64 4659.53 4659.52
      21 POL 2136.90 2386.90 2386.90
      22 Training 1.73 1.73 1.68
      23 Election 0.01 0.01 0.01
      Grand Total 100167.72 107618.49 108063.87

      MANUAL – XII :  The Manner of execution of Subsidy Programmes..

      Not Applicable

      MANUAL – XIII :  Particulars of recipients of concessions permit or authorisation granted by it.

      Not Applicable

      MANUAL – XIV :  Details of Information available in electronic format:

      The information (available to or held by IT) reduced in an Electronic Form are available in the website i.e. ncrb.nic.in:

      1. Motor Vehicle Enquiry:

                    The Public can avail information of a vehicle whether it is stolen/ involved in crime before purchasing from ncrb.nic.in Website. NOC can be obtained from SP office with an application.


      1. ADAS (Accidental Deaths & Suicides)

                    Details of accidental deaths & suicides can be obtained from ncrb.nic.in Website.

      1. CII (Crime in India)

                    Details of crimes of particular district, state or all the states can be obtained from ncrb.nic.in Website.

      1. Missing persons

                    Details of missing persons can be obtained from ncrb.nic.in Website.



      MANUAL – XV :   Particulars of the facilities available to citizens for obtaining information.

      The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information, including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use. 

      1.      Through press Releases

      2.      Displays in the police stations

      3.      Under RTI Act.

      4.      From Nagaland police website (www.nagapol.gov.in)

      Particulars of information exempted from the purview of the RTI Act, 2005 under Section 24(4)

      1. Deployments of DEF/NAP/IRs Bns personnel.
      2. All matters relating to INT (Nagaland Police).
      3. All matters relating to CID/Crimes Branches.
      4. Matters  relating  to  procurement/issue/utilization  of  Arms  &  Ammunitions  of       
          Nagaland, Police


      MANUAL XVI: The names, designation and other particulars of the Public Information Officers.


      Sl. No Designation of PIO Name  Telephone No Jurisdiction Appellate Authority
      Office Residence Mobile 
      1 IGP (Hqr) Shri Sandeep Tamgadge, IPS 0370 / 2243870   9689195999 Directorate  DGP, Nagaland
      2 S. P. Kohima Shri Vikhosa chakhesang 0370 / 2244286 / 2240034(F) 2244287 9436012686 Kohima District DIGP (Range), Kohima 
      3 S. P. Peren Shri. Rukewelo Mero, NPS 03862 / 267279 / 267279(F) 267331 9436001914 Peren District DIGP (Range), Dimapur
      4 S. P. Mokokchung Shri Raguramarajan.A, IPS 0369 / 2226207 / 2228613(F) 2226206 9676376923 Mokokchung District DIGP (Range), Mokokchung
      5 S. P. Tuensang Shri Bharat Laxman Markad, IPS 03861 / 220277 220311 8413859515 Wokha District DIGP (Range), Mokokchung
      6 S. P. Kiphire Shri. P.Sendongmeren 03863 / 225567   8787721196 Kiphire District DIGP (Range), Mokokchung
      7 S. P. Longleng Shri Yangba Konyak, NPS 03869 / 236371 225686 9612900790 Mon District DIGP (Range), Mokokchung
      8 CP Dimapur Shri Limasunep Jamir, IPS 03862 / 225519 / 225455(F) 225515 7085055001 Dimapur District IGP (Range), Nagaland
      9 S. P. Wokha Shri. Monoji Kumar, IPS 03860 / 222015 / 222233(F) 222063 8413859515 Wokha District DIGP (Range), Kohima 
      10 S. P. Zunheboto Shri Uniel Kichu, NPS 03867 / 220368 220369 8014419452 Zunheboto District DIGP (Range), Kohima 
      11 S. P. Phek Shri. Muthasuyi, NPS 03865 / 223090 / 223090(F) 223091 9990206712 Phek District DIGP (Range), Kohima 
      12 S. P. Mon Shri Imnalensa, IPS 03869 / 221271 221239 8787721196 Kiphire District DIGP (Range), Mokokchung  

      MANUAL – XVII :  Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update every year.


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