Person in Charge of the Police Station
- Three stars and a red and blue striped ribbon at the shoulder straps' outer edge serve as an SHO's rank insignia.
- His position is beneath a deputy superintendent of police and above a sub-inspector (SI) (DSP).
- The Sub-Divisional Officer (S.D.O.) is the sub-top division's civil official.
- He resembles the division's deputy commissioner in tiny form.
- He can have daily conversations directly with the government and other ministries.
- He has executive, judicial, and financial responsibilities.
- The Sub-Inspector of Police is often the first investigating officer and the lowest ranked officer. They can submit a charge sheet in court following Indian Police laws and regulations.
- A.S.I., or assistant sub-inspector, is a non-gazetted police officer with the equivalent rank of police chief constable and sub-inspector.
- An ASI wears a single star as their rank insignia, with red and blue stripes running around the outside of the shoulder straps.
- He or she might work as an investigator. Frequently, the officer in charge of Police Outposts.
Who Among the following is the Person in Charge of the Police Station? 1. S.D.O 2. S.H.O 3. Sub Inspector 4. Assistant Sub Inspector
S.H.O. is the person in charge of the police station who is qualified to file a criminal charge and take care of complaints.
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