The Debate Competition for the Manipur State Police Personnel under the aegis of National Human Right Commission (NHRC) for the year 2014-15 was held at 1st MR Banquet Hall on 20/6/2015. All together 45 officers and the men of Manipur Police Department participated in the Debate Competition. The topic of Debate Competition was "Ensuring Law and Order first is more important than Human Right ". The judge/jury of the Debate Competition were L. Kailun, IPS, IGP(Z-II), RK Tutusana, IPS (SP-NAB) and Shri Rashbihari , SP-CMTW respectively. The Debate was organised by MPTC, Pangei as entrusted by PHQ. Winner of the Debate Competition are:-
Semmi Ramror, MPS SDPO Chingai - First Position.
JC No. 513 Jem W. Anju Singh 2nd MR -Second Position.
HC Kh. Roshan Singh 2nd IRB and Rifl No. 1299225 N. Ratankumar - Third Position.
The lstBn. Manipur Rifles is the oldest Battalion of the State Police Force, Manipur. The Battalion is 123 years old on 19th October,2014. The establishment of this Battalion relates to the famous Khongjom War, which was fought between the forces of the Maharajah of Manipur and the British on the soil of Manipur. The British Army defeated the forces of the Maharajah of Manipur. Thereafter, the forces of the Maharajah of Manipur were christened as the State Military Police in the year 1892. A well-trained person, namely, Mr. F.L. Crowford was the first Commandant of the State Military Police. He made proper organization of the State Military Police. During the 1st World War. the personnel of the State Military Police was attached with the Garwal Rifles for training and practical/tactical knowledge.
During the 2nd World war, the Headquarters of combined 4 Corps and 15 Corps under Lt. General Slim were located in Imphal and the State Military police was entrusted with the task of guarding the Palace of the State of Manipur from Japanese attack.
On 22/10/1948 after Independence, the State Military Police was renamed as the 1stBn. Manipur Rifles.
In the year 1959, the Battalion was reorganized on BSF pattern. Unlike other State Police forces, the personnel of this Unit was permitted to wear Olive Green uniform like the Indian Army and also to use heavy weapons like 3" Mortar and M.M.G. etc. since its inception.
Since inception of the Unit, 19th October of every year has been celebrating as Raising Day of the Unit. However, since the year, 2008 onwards, the Raising Day of the Unit has been celebrated as the Manipur Police Raising Day.
|2nd Manipur Rifles|
|5th Manipur Rifles|
|6th Manipur Rifles||9th AUGUST|
|7th Manipur Rifles|
|8th Manipur Rifles||1st MAY|
|1st IRB||1st AUGUST|
|2nd IRB||1st DECEMBER|
|3rd IRB||30th NOVEMBER|
|4th IRB||1st MARCH|
|8th IRB (CDO)|
|9th IRB (Mahila)|
|1.||WPS near New DC Office Complex, Imphal East District|
|2.||WPS at Lamphel, Imphal West District||Functional since 19/03/2014|
|3.||WPS at DHQ Thoubal, Thoubal District||Functional since 01/04/2014|
|4.||WPS at DHQ Bishnupur, Bishnupur District||Functional since 05/03/2014|
|5.||WPS at DHQ Ukhrul, Ukhrul District||Functional since 19/03/2014|
|6.||WPS at DHQ Senapati, Senapati District|
|7.||WPS at DHQ Chandel, Chandel District|
|8.||WPS at DHQ Churachandpur, Churachanpur District||Functional since 05/03/2014|
|9.||WPS at Tamenglong, Tamenglong District|
Out of the above 9(nine) Women Police Station, the construction of basic infrastructure of 7(seven) Women Police Station were completed ,Women Police Station at DHQ Senapati is in progress (95%-98%) and Women Police Station at DHQ Tamenglong is yet to be taken up.
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