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Chapter-2 Formation, Supervision and Control of Police Force

Chapter-2 Formation, Supervision and Control of Police Force
3. Formation of Police Force : (1) 8 There shall be one or more Police
Forces for Nepal. The formation of the Police Force and the number of
police employees in it shall be as prescribed by the Government of Nepal
from time to time.
(2) 9 The salary and other terms and conditions of service of the
officers and personnel of the Police Force shall be as determined by the
Government of Nepal from time to time.
4. 10 Power of the Government of Nepal : The Government of Nepal shall
have power to exercise supervision over and control the Police Force, and
issue directives to the police; and it shall be the duty of every police
employee to comply with the orders and directives of the Government of
Nepal.
5. 11 Inspector-General of Police etc .: The Inspector-General of Police, the
Additional Inspector General of Police, 12 and such ………. 13 Deputy
Inspector-General of Police as deemed appropriate by the Government of
Nepal shall be responsible for ………. 14 police administration.
6. 15 Zonal Superintendent etc. : (1) The Zonal Police Superintendent shall be
responsible for police administration in his or her Zone.
(2) 16 The Government of Nepal may, by a Notification in the Nepal
Gazette, appoint Senior Superintendent of Police or Superintendent of
Police at Zonal Police Office and Superintendent of Police, Deputy
Superintendent of Police or Police Inspector at the District Police Office, as
required.
(3) 17 ………………
7. Appointment Letter : (1) Every police employee of the rank of Inspector
or any rank below it shall obtain a letter of appointment at the time of his or
her appointment in the form specified in the Schedule. The employee
specified by the Government of Nepal by a general or special order shall
affix his or her signature to such an appointment letter.
(2) The letter of appointment shall be void or invalid on the
termination of the service of the employee mentioned therein, and the letter
of appointment shall be handed over to the employee empowered to receive
it.
(3) In case any police employee is suspended and consequently
ceases to perform to his or her office, the letter of appointment issued to
him or her pursuant to Sub-section (1) shall remain invalid during the
period of such suspension. Provided that, regardless of such suspension, the
control of his or her superior officers over him or her shall continue as if he
or she were not suspended, and he or she shall remain under discipline as
usual and shall be liable to the usual punishment.
8. 18 Control over the Police : District level police employees shall remain
under the control and direction of the Chief District Officer in regard to
matters concerning law and order and administration thereof. It shall be the
duty of the police employees to comply with the orders and directives
issued in that connection by the Chief District Officer. It shall be the duty
of the district level police employees to assist the Chief District Officer in
the other functions as required to be performed by him or her pursuant to
laws.

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