Executive Hierarchy

State level supervision and control will vest with Executive Committee of State Suraksha Setu Society. Currently, this scheme being implemented on pilot project basis in Surat Range, it will be supervised by IG, Surat Range.


In order to assist the State Advisory Committee on the implementation of the SPC project, a senior police officer is designated as State Nodal Officer – SPC project. The SNO has overall executive responsibility for the project implementation, with jurisdiction in the entire state. The SNO will liaise with District-level officials, co-ordinate with officials from other departments and report regularly to the State Advisory Committee on a regular basis. As the project is expected to be implemented throughout the state during academic year 2014-15 throughout the state this officer is yet to be appointed.


  • Participate in all meetings of State Advisory Committee
  • Provide overall guidance to district-level officials on various aspects of project implementation
  • Convene monthly meetings of DNOs to assess status of project implementation
  • Issue periodic guidelines and instructions to DNOs & other project officials on aspects of SPC programme implementation
  • Ensure that decisions taken at the State Advisory Committee are implemented by DNOs & other field-level officials
  • Oversee the functioning of the SPC Secretariat
  • Motivate and influence DNOs & other SPC officials to constantly improve project implementation aspects
  • Liaise with heads of supporting Departments to strengthen and streamline project implementation Page37
  • Prepare periodic reports on project outcomes for internal circulation as well as community-wide dissemination
  • Communicate with a wide range of stakeholders, community leaders and well wishers to generate support for the project at various levels
  • Conceptualise and implement schemes for the higher effectiveness of the programme
  • Provide leadership to continual efforts to widen scope and impact of the project
  • Initiate and lead efforts to create appropriate content for various components of the training programme
  • Undertake visits to various training establishments to study ways of improving programme effectiveness, as well as promote the project.
  • Organise training programmes for project officials
  • Lead the team to organize and conduct the state-level Summer Camp for SPCs.


In each District, a police officer of rank not less than Deputy Superintendent of Police shall be appointed by DPC as District Nodal Officer for SPC project. DNO has the overall responsibility of project implementation in the District, and will coordinate with SPC officials to carry out various training activities. DNO will report to the SNO on the performance of SPC project on a regular basis.


  • District Nodal Officer will assist District Police Chief in implementing the SPC project in schools within the respective Police District.
  • DNO will prepare the list of schools where SPC project is to be implemented.
  • DNO will co-ordinate with district-level officials of various departments and agencies to carry out SPC program activities in schools
  • DNO will monitor school-level project implementation as per the Activity Calendar.
  • DNO will supervise selection of SPCs with assistance from Inspectors, SHO’s, Drill Instructors, Headmaster/Principal, CPOs, and ACPOs.
  • DNO will inspect each SPC school once a year, with inspection report sent to State Nodal Officer through District Police Chief.
  • DNO will conduct monthly conference of Drill instructors, CPO and ACPOs.
  • DNO will conduct monthly conference of Circle Inspectors and SHO's concerned, preferably on the same day of district crime conference.
  • DNO will be in charge of the district level office for the SPC project, wherein all records and registers shall be maintained up-to-date.
  • DNO will initiate action on projects for obtaining financial help from Local Self Govt. and other institutions.
  • DNO will obtain, consolidate and forward periodical reports to the State Nodal Officer.
  • DNO will constitute, with permission of District Police Chief, an Inspection Team, comprising Officers from the District Armed Reserve to evaluate the performance of PT and parade.
  • The respective DNO is responsible for organizing the Annual District Summer Camp in each district.


Wherever there are SPC schools, the local Circle Inspector with jurisdiction shall be designated as Police Student Liaison Officer (PSLO) of SPC project. PSLO will have field-level responsibility of SPC project implementation in the school(s) falling in his jurisdiction. PSLO will report to DNO on project implementation on a regular basis.


  • Circle Inspector (PSLO) with jurisdiction is the police officer in overall charge of SPC project in each concerned school.
  • PSLO will convene school level advisory committee meeting at least once in a month with proper notice.
  • PSLO will verify that school-level SPC activities are as per the Activity Calendar.
  • PSLO will personally supervise selection of cadets in SPC schools, with the support of Headmaster/ Principal, CPO, ACPO and Drill Instructors.
  • PSLO will ensure creation and maintenance of all records w.r.t. to selection/rejection of SPCs in SPC school
  • PSLO will conduct half-yearly Inspection of SPC schools, and forward copies of such report to designated officials, including DNO & SNO.
  • PSLO will visit each SPC school once a month during the time of parade and PT, and forward appropriate remarks to designated officials.
  • PSLO will have the responsibility to ensure that Mini Camps are conducted in each school, in coordination with school level advisory committee
  • PSLO will appoint Drill Instructors for each SPC school, of which one will be WCPO if there is girls’ wing in the schools. PSLO will ensure that DIs are regular in conducting training program in SPC schools
  • PSLO will coordinate with CPOs to organize indoor and outdoor classes for cadets
  • PSLO will supervise proper utilization of project funds in each SPC school
  • PSLO will ensure that monthly performance report from each SPC school is prepared and forwarded to designated officials in a timely manner
  • PSLO will also maintain relevant SPC records at his office.
  • PSLO is required to be present at the time of inspection by superior officers.
  • PSLC has the responsibility of organizing school-level camps


Selected Police personnel of the rank of ASI/HC/PC are designated as Drill Instructors with responsibility to impart physical training to SPCs in the school premises on a regular basis. They are responsible for ensuring that the cadets attain a desirable level of physical fitness and stamina, and are capable of participating in formation marching and parade drills during National Festivals such as Republic Day and Independence Day. The success of the SPC training program in a school depends upon the effective execution of duties and responsibilities by the Drill instructors.


  • DI will undergo such training as is necessary for the purpose of carrying out his/her responsibilities
  • DI shall visit the school to conduct training for SPCs in Parade and PT as per Activity Calendar.
  • DI shall be in neat and proper turnout during such visit to the school
  • DI will coordinate with the CPO(s) in the school to arrange and conduct SPC training activities, visits and camps etc.
  • DI shall ensure that the ground and other arrangements for such training is adequate for the required purpose
  • DI shall be responsible for well-being of cadets during the training activities, visits and camps
  • DI will assist CPO to prepare monthly report, maintain school records with regard to SPC project, ensure that cadets keep their SPC Dairy up-to-date, and extend necessary assistance to CPO as well as other project officials in smooth implementation of the SPC project in the school.
  • DI shall arrange and coordinate Inspection visits to the school by officials, and have the responsibility of following up on instructions issued after such inspection.
  • DI shall report to the respective PSLO on performance of SPCs with respect to the outdoor component of SPC training, as well as follow-up action on instructions from officials (Monthly report)
  • DI shall, at all times, maintain decorum and dignity of police while carrying out assigned duties and responsibilities.


CPO is a key post of SPC programs. Two experienced, willing and socially committed teachers will be designated as Community Police Officers in each school. However, since the CPOs are also expected to participate in the physical training routines, it is advisable that such CPOs be younger teachers, generally less than 45 years of age. Each CPO will undergo proper training by police personnel, bear the rank of honorary SI of Police after such training, and be responsible for the satisfactory progress of SPCs in the training program. The responsibility of CPOs in the SPC program should be taken into consideration while allotting other duties to them in the School.


  • CPO/ACPO(s) will undergo SPC project related training at designated location, such as AR Camp, Police Academy, Police Training College, etc.
  • CPO/ACPO will coordinate with DIs and other SPC project officials to ensure smooth implementation of the project in his/her school
  • CPO/ACPO will be issued SPC uniform which (s)he is expected to wear during all SPC-related programs and activities
  • CPO/ACPO is expected to behave with decorum and maintain dignity, as part of the SPC project
  • CPO/ACPO will attend meetings, workshops and training programs as directed by SPC officials in charge of the district
  • CPO/ACPO will act as a spokesperson for the SPC project in his/her school
  • CPO/ACPO will liaise with police officers including DIs, PSLCs, and others for organizing indoor classes, outdoor training and camps for the cadets
  • CPO/ACPO will be responsible for keeping the parents of the cadets informed about the progress and performance of their wards
  • CPO/ACPO will maintain and update records of all SPCs in the respective school
  • CPO/ACPO will submit reports on project implementation at school advisory board meetings
  • CPO/ACPO will coordinate with SPC project officials to carry out practical training projects and activities by SPCs.
  • CPO/ACPO will participate in district-level camps and, if necessary, in state-level camps as well.
  • CPO/ACPO will make regular reports to SPC project officials regarding various aspects of project, as may be required from time to time.
  • CPO/ACPO will constantly live up to the spirit of the SPC project and motivate cadets in his/her charge to do the same.
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