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Railway Protection Force (RPF)

 

 

MISSION STATEMENT-

 

 

 

We shall:-

  • Protect and safeguard railway passengers, passenger area and railway property.
  • Ensure the safety, security and boost the confidence of the traveling passenger in the Indian Railways.

 OBJECTIVES-

 

We shall:-

vCarry on an unrelenting fight against criminals in protecting railway passengers, passenger area and railway property.

vFacilitate passengers-travel and security by removing all anti-social elements from trains, railway premises and passenger area.

vRemain vigilant to prevent trafficking in women and children and take appropriate action to rehabilitate destitute children found in Railway areas.

vCo-operate with other departments of the railways in improving the efficiency and image of the Indian railways.

vAct as a bridge between the Government railway Police/Local Police and the Railway administration.

vAdopt proactively all modern technology, best human rights, management techniques and special measures for protection of female and elderly passengers and children, in the pursuit of these objectives.

 

 

Charge:-

 

Howrah/Security-II division is headed by Shri Amaresh Kumar, Sr.Divl. Security Commissioner/RPF and assisted by the following 03 Asstt. Security Commissioners:-


Rank

Name

ASC/Howrah-II

Shri S.K.Behera

 

ASC/BWN

Shri S.K.Roy

ASC/Sub-II/Howrah

Sri. U.K.Singh

 

 

 

Jurisdiction

 

The jurisdiction of Howrah /Security (II) divisionstarts from BelurRly. Station KM No. 06/01 and co-terminates with rest of the DRM/Howrah`s jurisdiction. To facilitate the working, the division has been divided into three parts, each headed by Asstt. Security Commissioner. The RPF Posts under the command of each ASCs are-


ASC/Howrah-II.

Bally,Sheoraphully,Bandel, Katwa.

 

ASC/Sub.

OE at Howrah, Dankuni, Chandanpur, Dankuni Coach Factory.

 

ASC/Burdwan.

Mogra,Barddhaman, Bolpur,Rampurhat,Pakur



 

 Contact Nos.

 

As on 30.08.2016

Sl.No

Post

Name

Desig.

Mobile No (CUG No)

1

HQ/HWH-II

Shri. Amaresh Kumar

Sr.DSC

9002022710

2

HQ/HWH-II

Shri. B.K.Behera

ASC

9002022721

3

HQ/HWH-II

Shri. U. K. Singh

ASC/Sub

9002022724

4

HQ/BWN

Shri. S. K. Roy

ASC

9002022793

5

HWH-II

Shri. T. Konar

DIPF-1

9002022756

6

HWH-II

Shri. S.  Ram

DIPF-2

9002022779

7

HWH-II

Shri. R. Bahadur

PP

9002022766

8

SCNL

Shri. D. D. Majumder

IPF

9002022786

9

CIB

Shri A. Sharma

IPF

9002022778

10

SIB/HWH

Shri J.Mukherjee

IPF

9002022781

11

SIB/BWN

Shri B.C.Naskar

IPF

9002022764

12

W&S

Sri N. K. Das

IPF

9002022777

13

PS/LLH

Shri J. Ram

IPF

9002022758

14

BLY

Shri Raj Kumar

IPF

9002022787

15

DKAE

Shri K. K. Tiwari

IPF

9002022765

16

DKAE

Shri A. K. Ghosal

IPF

9002022769

17

CDAE

Shri A.K.Ghosal

IPF

9002022762

18

SHE

Shri. A.K.Verma

IPF

9002022790

19

BDC

Shri. Samaresh Roy

IPF

9002022788

20

NDAE

Shri.P. C. Sarkar

IPF

9002022796

21

KWAE

Shri. S.K.Dwiwedi

IPF

9002022799

22

MUG

Shri.S. Tigga

IPF

9002022757

23

BWN

Shri. Birendra Shaw

IPF

9002026731

24

BWN

Shri. R. Ranajan

IPF

9002022759

25

SKG

Shri. S. K. Ganguly

IPF

9002022776

26

PKR

Shri. S. C. Ram

IPF

9002022760

27

RPH

Shri. B. R. Sant

IPF

9002022784

28

SNT

Shri. S. K. Yadav

IPF

9002022791

29

BHP

Shri. S.Mallick

IPF

9002022785

30

DQM/BWN

Shri. Ajay Kumar

IPF

9002022763

31

AZ

Shri. Gopal Dutta

IPF

9002022792

32

PS/LLH

Shri. A. P Joshiya

IPF

9002022767

33

NHT

Shri. Srikrishan Kumar

SIPF

9002022794

34

ABKE

Shri. Rajesh Kumar

SIPF

9002026730

35

KAN/OP

Shri. D. R. Ghosh

SIPF

9002022795

36

SRP/OP

Shri.Samiran Chaudhary

SIPF

9002022789

37

TAK/OP

Shri. P. R. Ram

SIPF

9002022774

38

CS/OP

Shri. R.C.Prasad 

SIPF

9002022797

39

BGNA/OP

Shri.P.K.Maulik

ASI

9002022775

40

AMBG/OP

Vacate

...

9002022768

41

SCNL

On duty officer/SCNL-II

....

9002022780

 

 

In-charges of RPF Units.

 

Sl.

Name of Unit

Name of In-Charge

Mobile No.

  1.  

OE Post

Shri A.K.Singh

9002022768

  1.  

Bally Post

“ P.N.Tiwari

9002022787

  1.  

Dankuni Post

“ S.Barman

9002022786

  1.  

Chandanpur Post

“ J.K.Sinha

9002022762

  1.  

Mogra Post

“ Kamaljeet Singh

9002022757

  1.  

Bandel Post

“ A.M.Tripathi

9002022788

  1.  

Sheoraphuli Post

“R.K.Yadav

9002022790

  1.  

Burdwan Post

“ J.S.Dwivedi

9002022759

  1.  

Bolpur Post

“D.Banerjee

9002022798

  1.  

Rampurhat Post

“Ajay Shankar

9002022784

  1.  

Pakur Post

“Rajat Ranjan

9002022760

  1.  

Katwa Post

“ Arvind Sharma

9002022799

  1.  

Train Escorting Company/ Liluah

“ R.C.Tarapati

9002022767

  1.  

Cash & Train Escort Company/Burdwan

Looking after by IPF/ Burdwan

 

  1.  

Security Control

 

“D.K. Basu

9002022780/9002022765

  1.  

Crime Intelligence Branch

  1.  

Special Intelligence Branch

“J. Roy

9002022758

  1.  

Dankuni Coach factory

“S.K.Toppo

9002022769

 

 

 

Estdd.

  1. Shri M.S.Chakraborty- COS/Howrah-II – Mob.9002022782.

 

 

Jurisdiction of Howrah-II security Division falls under the following 07 districts of West Bengal and 02 districts of Jaharkhand state:

 

 

Sl. No.

Distts. falls Under

West Bengal State

 

Sl. No.

Distts. falls Under Jharkhand State

  1.  

Howrah

1.

Pakur

  1.  

Hooghly

2.

Sahebganj.

  1.  

24 Parganas (North)

 

  1.  

Burdwan

 

  1.  

Birbhum

 

  1.  

Nadia

 

  1.  

Murshidabad

 

 

 

Manpower ofthe Division (Executive).

 

Description

IPF

SI

ASI

HC

Const.

Ancl.

Total

S/Strength

27+ 04 PPs

41

83

362

570

31

1118

P/Strength

22+ 01 PP

29

61

272

566

19

970

Vacancy

05+03 PP

12

22

90

04

12

148

 

Ministerial staff

 

Description

COS-I

OS-II

Sr. Clerk

Clerk Gr. II

Steno

Chief Typist

Peon

Total

Sanctioned strength

01

08

04

03

02

01

04

23

Present strength

01

07

--

01

01

01

03

14

Vacancy

--

01

04

02

01

--

01

09

 

 

New responsibilities.

 

After amendment of Railway Act and RPF Act, RPF has undertaken the new responsibilities of escorting of trains wef.01.07.2004 and Howrah/Security (II) is escorting 25 nos. of mail/ express/ passenger trains at present. No incident of Robbery/dacoity has been reported so far in the trains escorted by Howrah/ Security (II) division.




Source : Eastern Railway CMS Team Last Reviewed on: 30-08-2016  


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