Roles & Responsibilities

Office of the Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai.
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The Organisation Chart of the Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai.

The Powers & Duties Of Officers & Employees.

POWERS OF COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, NAVI MUMBAI.
  • THE ARMS ACT, 1959:
    • Grant or refusal of Arms licence.
    • Forfeiture of Arms and Ammunition.
    • Sanction to prosecute for breach of section 3
    • Varying conditions of suspending or revoking a license.
  • POWERS DELIGATED UNDER MAHARASHTRA CIVIL SERVICES RULES
  • THE CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE 1973
    • Arrest of persons for certain purpose.
    • Dispersal of unlawful assembly
    • Maintenance of public order and tranquility
    • Removal of Public nuisance
    • Prevention of commission of cognizable offences
    • Keeping peace and good behaviour, obtaining security for
    • Search and seizure
  • THE EXPLOSIVE ACT – 1884 AND RULES
    • Amendment of a licence granted.
    • Directions regarding disposal of explosive
    • Enquiry into accidents.
    • Grant of a licence to import, manufacture, possess certain explosives
    • Grant of a permit to transport explosives.
    • Grant of a permit to manufacture, possess fire works..
    • Omission, addition or alteration in the conditions of a license.
    • Production of a license.
    • Renewal of a licence.
    • Search of a place, carriage or vessel where explosive is manufactured, possessed or sold
    • Suspension or cancellation of a license.
    • Issue of Temporary license.
  • POWERS DELIGATED UNDER THE BOMBAY FINANCIAL RULES, 1959 AND GOVERNMENT ORDERS ON FINANCIAL MATTERS.
  • THE MOTOR VEHICLES ACT – 1988 AND RULES
    • Hearing of Appeals.
    • Obscuring of Traffic Sign.
  • THE POISONS ACT, 1919 AND RULES.
    • Search Warrant : Issue of
    • Grant of license
    • Renewal of license
    • Revoking or cancellation of license
  • POWERS UNDER THE BOMBAY POLICE ACT 1951
    • Issue of Premises License, Performance License and Ticket Selling Licenses to all performances of public amusement and entertainment.
    • To extern⁄ remove the person who is about to commit an offence.
    • To extern⁄ remove the person who is convicted in certain offence.
    • Prevent carrying of dangerous weapons in public place.
    • Make rules for maintaining traffic and peace in public place.
  • THE IMMORAL TRAFFIC (PREVENTION) ACT – 1956
    • Powers to notify the premises
    • Search without warrant
    • Removal of person from brothel.
  • THE CABLE TELEVISION NETWORKS (REGULATION) ACT – 1995
    • Powers to seize equipment.
    • Powers to prohibit transmission of certain programmes in public interst.
  • THE COPYRIGHT ACT – 1957
    • Power to seize infringing copies.
  • THE TRADE MARKS ACT – 1995
    • Power of search and seizure.
  • THE MAHARASHTRA POLICE MANUAL 1999 VOLUME – I, II, III
  • THE BOMBAY PREVENTION OF BEGGING ACT, 1959
    • Search Warrant : Issue of1. Taking of finger or palm impressions.
  • THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS ACT, 1890
    • Destruction of an animal
    • Prescribing of scales of rates for transport, treatment feeding, etc.
    • Issue of search warrant.
  • THE BOMBAY PREVENTION OF GAMBLING ACT, 1887
    • Issue of special warrant or order in writing to raid a common gaming house.
  • PREVENTIVE DETENTION
    • MPDA Act 1981 :- To detain dangerous persons, drug offenders, slumlords whose activities are prejudicial to the maintenance of public order.
    • NATIONAL SECURITY ACT 1980 :- To detain persons whose activities are prejudicial to the defence or security of the nation.
    • PREVENTION OF BLACK MARKETING AND MAINTENCE OF SUPPLIES OF ESSENTIAL COMMODITIES ACT :- To detain persons whose activities are prejudicial to the maintenance of supplies of commodities essential to the community.
  • BOMBAY CINEMA (REGULATION) ACT – 1953
    • To issue and renew licenses to cinema halls.
  • THE POWERS DELIGATED UNDER THE BOMBAY PUBLIC CONVEYANCES ACT, 1920
  • THE MAHARASHTRA CONTROL OF ORGANIZED CRIME ACT – 1999
    • Issue sanction to record offence under the Act.
    • Appoint Investigating Officer of the rank of Asstt. Commissioners of Police to investigate offences relating to organized crime.
    • Issue sanction to prosecute accused arrested under the Act.
  • MENTAL HEALTH ACT – 1987

    To take into protection persons who are mentally ill and incapable taking care of themselves or are dangerous by reason of mental illness.

Office of the Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai.
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DUTIES OF COMMISSIONER OF POLICE :- The commissioner of police is responsible for the direction, and supervision of the Navi Mumbai police force. It is his duty to decide or to advice the DCPs especially those of general policy, equipment, supplies and stores, financial provision required for the maintenance of the force and the powers and duties of the various grades of officers, to take rules and orders for the guidance of officers on all such matters and to keep in touch by inspection with the requirements of efficiency in the matters relating to maintenance of law and ordered and prevention and detection of crime.

DUTIES OF DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE :- The Deputy Commissioner of Police should give the Asstt. Commissioner of Police under him guidance and instructions whenever necessary. He is responsible for the general supervision of the divisions under him. He should ensure by constant supervision that the prevention, investigation and detection of crime in his jurisdiction are properly and efficiently dealt with by the Police Stations under his command. He should enforce discipline and redress grievances. He should pay surprise visits to the police stations at intervals and checkup whether officers and men are alert. He should deal with crime as a whole studying the criminal problem of his zone. He should also visit scenes of serious offences reported in his jurisdiction .

Office of the Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai.
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Procedure followed in decision making process including channels of supervision and accountability.

The work of the commissionerate is divided in three levels.
  • Head of Department.
  • Head of Office
  • Zonal Head.

A) Head of Department :- The Commissioner of Police is head of the department. He is assisted by Dy. Commissioner of Police, Headquarters. There are 9 administrative branches is Head office.
B) Head of Office :- Each and every Dy. Commissioner of Police is empowered by the Commissioner of Police To perform functions as Head of Office.
C) Zonal Head :- There are two Zonal Heads of the Department. Each Dy. Commissioner of Police, Zone is assisted by Divisional Asstt. Commissioners of Police.

Office of the Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai.
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NORMS SET FOR THE DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS

  • The Dy. Commissioner of Police, H.Q. shall inspect at least once a month the working and registers maintained at the office of the Public Information Officers and written inspection notes of PIO's office shall be sent to Commissioenr of Police, for perusal.
  • The Asstt. Commissioner of Police, Traffic shall instruct at least once a month the working and registers maintained at the office of the public information officer and written inspection notes of PIO's Office shall be sent to Dy. Commissioner of Police, H.Q. for perusal.
  • The Dy. Commissioner of Police (Crime) shall inspect at least once a month the working and register maintained at the office of the public information officer and working under him and written inspection notes of PIO's Office shall be sent to Commissioner of Police for perusal.
  • All Zonal Dy. Commissioner of Police shall inspect at least once a month the working and register maintained at the office of the public information officer in their respective Zone and inspection notes shall be sent to Commissioner of Police for perusal.
Office of the Commissioner of Police, Navi Mumbai.
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Rules, regulations, instructions, mannuals and record held or used by employees for discharging their functions.

The Commissioner of Police and the staff working under him are bound by the rule, regulations, orders and circulars issued time to time by the Home Department, Govt. of Maharashtra and Maharashtra Civil Service Rule as required by Maharashtra Police Manual Vol. I, II and III, Treasury Rules, Contingency, Expenditure Rules, Budget Manual. Maharashtra Civil Services Rules the following registers are maintained.

  • Government reference register.
  • Dead stock register.
  • Register of Cheques.
  • Register of Supplier.
  • Register of Service Sheets of men.
  • Register of Service Sheet of ministrial staff.
  • Register of Pension Cases of Officers and Men.
  • Register of government resolution.
  • Register of Departmental Enquiries.
  • Register of Pensioners.
  • Register of Sanads.
  • Register of Stationary.
  • Progressive register of expenditure on account of grant sanctioned by government for carrying out “Minor Original Works”.
  • Register showing the particular of quarters located in each division.
  • Registers showing dates of discharge, dismissal, invalidation etc. of officers and men.
  • Registers showing the particulars of Police Chowkies.
  • Gradation list of officers
  • Index registers of officers.
  • Distribution list of police officers.
  • Register of departmental proceedings.
  • Registers of officers under suspension.
  • Register of men under suspension.
  • Register of dates of reinstatements in pay and rank.
  • Register of minor punishments.
  • Register of distribution of departmental enquiries among the Dy. Commissioner of Police.
  • Increment registers. (a)Officer, (b)Ministerial Staff, (c)Men, & (d) Class IV Govt. Servants.
  • Register of special disability leave and injury pension.
  • Register of all special leave.
  • Seniority register of constabulary, rank wise.
  • Seniority register of ministerial staff.
  • Seniority register of class IV Govt Servants.
  • Register of showing the sanctioned strength of ministerial staff.
  • Register of showing the sanctioned strength of constabulary.
  • Vacancy register of constabulary.
  • Causality register of constabulary.
  • Distribution register of ministrial staff.
  • Distribution register of clerk – Typists and P.C. Typists.
  • Distribution register of Police Jamadars (Armed and Unarmed)
  • Distribution register of H.C. writers
  • Distribution register of P.C. writers
  • Distribution register of Class IV Govt. Servants.
  • Register of temporary establishments.
  • Register of Legislative Assembly and Lok Sabha Questions.
  • Pensions register.
  • Daily Stamp account register.
  • General pay Cash book.
  • General pay Voucher register.
  • K. O. register.
  • Leave Noting register.
  • Bill register.
  • License fee register.
  • Reward register.
  • Extra duties charges register.
  • Permanent advance cash book.
  • Register of contingent charges.
  • Telephone charges register.
  • Water charges register.
  • Petty bill register.
  • Premises license register.
  • Performance license register.
  • Register of exemption from payment of entertainment duty.
  • Cinema license register.
  • Fire work license register.
  • Blasting license register.
  • Petroleum license register.
  • Arms license register.
  • Journey license register.
  • Arm and Ammunition Dealers license register.
  • Transport of arms and ammunition license register.
  • Summons register.
  • Warrant register.
  • Distress warrant register.
  • City serial register for registration of foreigners.
  • Local act register.
  • Accident register of police vehicles.
  • Police Motor driving permit register.
  • Monthly pay cash book.
  • Police welfare fund cashbook.


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