DGP of Andhra Pradesh, ADG of Uttar Pradesh, IG Rapid Action Force and representatives of CRPF and Intelligence Bureau are among other members in the group.
The group was formed in aftermath of the five-month summer unrest in Kashmir where security forces used live ammunition at the start of the agitation, resulting in several dozen deaths.
Although non-lethal weapons like Pump Action Guns were provided to the CRPF and Police for crowd control, improper use of the equipment also led to few deaths in the valley.
The group has already submitted its draft to the Union Home Ministry and is awaiting orders of implementation, the group chairman said.
Khoda said a procedure has been drafted to tackle "extreme law and order situations" with least amount of force.
"With a view to tackle the extreme law and order situations effectively with least amount of force, a procedure has been drafter and submitted to Union Home Ministry for implementation," Khoda said.