CBI to depute policemen from states with better pay, perks
Facing shortage of officers, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has now decided to depute officers from state police services providing them better pay package and perks.india Updated: Apr 26, 2010 20:13 IST
Facing shortage of officers, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has now decided to depute officers from state police services providing them better pay package and perks.
Rishiraj Singh, Joint Director, CBI (ACB), told PTI that the practice of taking over the local police staff on deputation has already begun in states like Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh.
"I will be talking to Director General of Police (DGP), Goa this evening on this issue. We will advertise the vacancies through newspapers so that those aspiring to join our force can do it," Singh said.
CBI will be providing local posting to the police officers who switch over to them and also pay will be hiked by 25 per cent.
"They also will be given residential quarters," Singh said. He said that the officers would be on deputation for seven years and they will enjoy one step promotion as soon as they join.
"For example, a police sub-inspector-level officer joins here than he will be given posting as inspector," Singh said.
Singh stated that the CBI in Goa requires officers right from Inspector to Constable-level.
CBI, which has its anti-corruption branch in Goa, today shifted from Panaji to a new office in the outskirts at Bambolim in a spacious place.