International Police Commission - IPC

The International Police Commission - IPC was started in the year 1970 under the Philippine Government and the later on was founded in 2000 in the United States of America with the consent of the General Assembly of the International Police Congress held in California, USA and simultaneously established its extension commands in various UN Member Nations in accordance with the Vienna Convention 1961 & 1963 with the goal of forging international cooperation of police and Para military forces.

The International Police Commission – IPC India Command is a non-profit, peacekeeping and socio-economic development paramilitary intelligence organization based in the Republic of India with extension commands in other UN nations. The International Police Commission “IPC” is also Special Partner Signatory of the International Business Standard Organization “IBSO”. The International Police Commission has also been accepted and registered by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Government of India to work in the category of Extraterritorial Organization like the United Nations and its Agencies such as IMF, World Bank, European Commission, OPEC, etc. and also recognized by the Central Vigilance Commission, Government of India to act against Corruption. The Constitution and Charter of the IPC India Command has already been legally notarized in India. It is also a Member of the United Nations Office of the Drugs and Crimes “UNODC”. 69th United Nations General Assembly has also approved the International Police Commission – IPC and also confirmed by the office of the Honourable President of the present 70th United Nations General Assembly.

The IPC India Command is committed to carry out general mandate and objective of ensuring peace and order worldwide and is ever ready within capacity to assist all law enforcement agencies of member nations of the United Nations in the campaign against criminal elements especially international criminal syndicates and terrorist organizations, involving the supreme citizen’s power under the Constitution of all nations to ensure equality of justice, freedom and democracy and to assist the governments of the member UN Nations in humanitarian, socio-civic, and peace keeping operations, while being a catalyst for social development through socio-civic and economic development programs and projects.

Spearheaded by:
The IPC India Command is currently spearheaded in India by Dr. Arvind Kumar Sharma, Commanding General and Ambassador of the IPC India Command duly authorized by the IPC-PHILCOM, the Interpolcom Philcom Intelligence Group “IPCIG” (International Police Commission Intelligence Group), the Transnational Anti-Organized Crime, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and consist of members, a force of strong men and women nationwide, from various professional lines such as businessmen, doctors, engineers, architects, lawyers, retired and active peace officers of the law, soldiers, veterans and other professionals who stand for peace, justice, liberty and democracy.

Further, the International Police Commission – IPC is also one of the best platforms to work on the Police Reform in the interest of all the Police and other peacekeeping agencies as they are also human beings and work in the adverse situation just to safeguard the civilians. Support of other peacekeeping organizations like Home Guards and Civil Defence and public support is also necessary to make Police Force Public Friendly.

Areas covered:
We know this fact that every organization has internal training system for periodical training of the Police Personnel and also have sufficient funds for the same. However, the International Police Commission – IPC is ready to provide advance training courses on demand to save the life of our Police Personnel and to make Crime-free Nations.

To become a distinct organization committed to support the global law enforcement community in efforts to prevent and resolve crimes against humanity while promoting peace and order and fostering humanitarian cooperation, establishing security whenever appropriate, creating a united front in dealing with private and government agencies in activities with Problems affecting human rights, economics, social affairs, humanitarian and peaceful operations and to augment local agencies in campaigns against high level corruption, drugs, terrorism and organized crime.

Core Values:
Respect for Universal Justice, Observance of Human Rights, Respect for the Dignity of Man, Efficiency and Reliability

Why should Central / State Government join hands with the IPC?
The courts are the final doors for a civilian. In any case or conflict, he first approaches the nearby police station for the FIR. A smart and morally sound policeman may resolve the conflict at the initial stage if he wants to but it does not happen in reality and the long chain of case processing starts from here and final burden is borne by the judicial system.

If we cure the root cause of the problem then it would result only a permanent solution and the solution lies in the sound police personnel training as well as awareness campaign in order to make police public friendly and hence we can make crime-free prosperous incredible India.

Training should touch two main areas that are latest technologically sound equipments and the unshakable confidence in the police personnel to use those equipments confidently and appropriately. Patriotism like defence forces in the police personnel is also a need of the hour.

The IPC is the best platform for the same and is ever ready to serve our nation first. The hard working team of the IPC is always at the disposal of our nation. It would be an honour for us if we could help ministry of the central/ state governments to lessen the burden as much as we can by using our means and help our honourable PM Shri Narendra Modi Ji to fulfil his goals within short span of time.

As per Mission and Mandate of the IPC, it also serves the following subject which also falls within the List III - Concurrent List of the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of the Republic of India:
(i) Scheduled Castes;
(ii) Socially and Educationally Backward Classes;
(iii) Denotified Tribes;
(iv) Economically Backward Classes; and
(v) Senior Citizens.

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