DySP: Deputy Superintendent of Police
The full form of DySP is Deputy Superintendent of Police. Deputy Superintendent of Police is abbreviated as DySP or DSP. This is the rank of a police officer in the police department in India. DySP is a state police officer who represents the state police forces. Deputy Superintendent of Police (DySP) is equivalent to Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) and some as per state government rules can be promoted to IPS after several years of service. The rank insignia of this officer is three stars on the shoulder.
How to become a DySP?
- Getting general promotion from state police rank to gradually become DySP officer after serving around 15-20 years in police department.
- Direct recruitment by UPSC after writing Group I exam and getting a good rank. Candidates who clear this exam undergo probationary training before being posted as DySP.
- If you are a graduate, state PSC and pass with good rank. Select Police Service while filling the form as your first choice instead of Administrative Service.
For the post of DySP, exams are conducted from time to time to directly recruit police officers to this rank. Inspectors are also promoted to this post after the specified years of service.
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