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The In­dian Po­lice Ser­vice (IPS) is part of the In­dian Civil Ser­vices that com­prise 27 ser­vices which are di­vided in two main sec­tions — the all-In­dia ser­vices and the cen­tral ser­vices. Of­fi­cers of all In­dia ser­vices, on ap­point­ment by the In­dian govern­ment, have to work with dif­fer­ent state gov­ern­ments. The IPS of­fi­cers mainly take care of the law and or­der, crime pre­ven­tion and de­tec­tion, traf­fic con­trol and ac­ci­dent pre­ven­tion and man­age­ment etc. Other du­ties may in­clude ar­rang­ing for VIP se­cu­rity; bor­der polic­ing; rail­way polic­ing; tack­ling cor­rup­tion in pub­lic life; counter-ter­ror­ism, check­ing smug­gling, drug traf­fick­ing, and eco­nomic of­fences and help­ing in dis­as­ter man­age­ment. They could also be lead­ing and com­mand­ing In­dian in­tel­li­gence agen­cies such as the Re­search and Anal­y­sis Wing, In­tel­li­gence Bureau, Cen­tral Bureau of In­ves­ti­ga­tion, etc, or the para­mil­i­tary forces of In­dia such as the Bor­der Se­cu­rity Force and the Cen­tral Re­serve Po­lice Force

CLOCK­WORK com­plainants A se­nior of­fi­cer’s work sched­ule: 2 to 2.30pm: Quick lunch 8 to 9am: 3pm: Dis­cuss and con­vey Brief­ing by ju­nior im­por­tant in­for­ma­tion to se­nior of­fi­cers and of­fi­cials con­vey­ing the 4pm: Visit po­lice sta­tions and same to other fol­low up on cases of­fi­cers 6 to 7pm: Check 10.30am to 1pm: se­cu­rity Lis­ten to the ar­range­ments at griev­ances of im­por­tant

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