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Bihar Police

Bihar Police is the embodiment of law and order and is an agency which enforces law in the Indian state of Bihar. Bihar Police department comes under direct supervision of Department of Home Affairs, Government of Bihar and is headed by Director General of Police DGP.

The Bihar Police Department is a government organization which pledges and has an administrative responsibility to defend law and order and safeguard life and property of people of Bihar. The police of Bihar ensures through the Police Officers to regulate law and order enforcing and preserving laws, upon the directives of Indian Government so that the Crime rate remains minimal criminal gangs are discouraged. The judiciary of India and State of Bihar sanctions laws for safeguarding the national interests through Bihar Police on to which general public depends during the time of distress.

Bihar Police Designation Structure

Organization Struture

Bihar Police Location And Contact No.

Director General of Police, Bihar.

Police Headquarters, Old Secretariat, Patna, Bihar-800015.

Tel No.

  • 0612-2217833 (O)
  • 2217877(O)
  • 2534833 (R)
  • 2230033(F)
  • 09431602301 (M)
  • 09431602302 (M)

E-mail :

Website :

Important Numbers Of Bihar Police

Designation Area Code Office Telephone Residence Mobile No.
D.G. Police  612 2217833 2217877 2281393 9431602301
    - - 9431808144
A.D.G. (Headquaters)  612 2217628 2521797 9431492047
A.D.G. (Law & Order)  612 2217861/ 2233188 2284428 9431602309
I.G. (Headquaters & Administration)  612 2217325 2285933 9431020859
I.G. (Provision & Budget)  612 2215363 2291987 9431602306
I.G. (Operations)  612 2217762 2205534 9431602304
D.I.G. (Personnel)  612 2237066 2282624 9470001388
D.I.G. (Provision)  612 2217984 2290310 9431602305
A.I.G.(Inspection)  612 2217017 2911308 9470001374

Bihar Police Recruitment:

Bihar’s Chief Minister whose undaunted and steadfast stance to root out and subdue crime in Bihar has announced during a Department meeting for home and Chief Minister that government shall recruit every year, upto 1000 sub inspectors and 9000 constables. Comprehensive recruitment of upto 50000 vacancies would be taking place in various stages to conduit the gap for Police/Public ratio both in state and national level figures. This meeting has been duly organized at Chief Minister’s residence and was attended by the top brass of police officials (DGP, ADG and IG) and Home Secretary.

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