The posts of Additional Director General of Police and Inspector General of Police have been created to take care of the welfare activities meant for the Men and Officers in the Police Department and also to redress their grievances.
The Hon'ble CM has directed all Unit Officers to conduct the grievance day for the Police personnel on the following
specified dates earmarked for them.
All the SsP of districts should attend the AR parade and hold orderly rooms to listen to and to redress the grievances of the police personnel
All the SsP of districts should hold Grievance Day for Local Police personnel attached to the various units in the districts
Range DIsG should hold Grievance Days at Range Headquarters
Once in a Month
ADGsP/ Zonal IGsP/ IGsP of Special Units should hold Grievance Day
Once in two Month
DGP will conduct the Grievance Day once in three months in State Headquarters.
To provide an opportunity for re-employment
for retired Police personnel and Ministerial Staff, the details of Retired Police personnel who want employment with
private agencies are made available on this website. The details have been arranged as per their preference for place of
Supply of Essential Commodities to the Police Personnel at Subsidised Rates :
In G.O.Ms.No.1162, Home (Pol.12) Department, dated 11.09.2008
Government have issued orders for the implementation of the New Food Subsidy Scheme for the supply of some essential commodities to
Police Personnel from the rank of Police Constables to Inspectors through the Public Distribution System at 50% rate with effect from
01.10.2008. As on to-day, 58,947 Khaki Cards had been issued to the Police personnel for the supply of Essential commodities. A sum of
Rs.10 Crores has been earmarked towards the subsidy during the year 2009-2010.
This scheme was introduced in the year 1957 with the objective of providing monetary and other relief to
the Non-gazetted Staff and their Family Members. This fund is being generated by way of collecting subscriptions from the Police
Personnel as well as from the Ministerial Staff of the Police Department and also by way of donations from the Officers of the
(a) The family relief provided from the Fund is as follows:-
Rs.15000/- : In case of death of the subscriber
Rs.5000/- : In case of death of family members of the subscriber
(b)Scholarships are provided to the children of the Employees of
Police Department who pursue higher studies in the Colleges and Polytechnics (i.e.) from Rs.3,500/- to Rs.10,000/-
(c)A special medical relief scheme of providing financial
assitance to the subscribers of TNPBF up to 4 Lakhs as a one time measure for his entire servise period and maximum amount of 1 Crore
per year has been allotted from TNPBF towards the treatment of life threatening diseases.
(d)Medical relief of Rs.5,000 has been granted to subscribers
and family members for three times only during the entire service.
1) In G.O. No.174, Finance (salaries) Department, dated 28.04.2008 Government has issued orders for the implementation
of the New Health Insurance Scheme with effect from 11.06.2008. Government of Tamil Nadu has engaged Star Health and Allied Insurance Company
Ltd. to implement this scheme.
Highlights of the scheme :
Enhanced coverage upto Rs 2 lakhs for every 4 years period as compared to Rs.one lakh for the entire service period
No need to make payment to the hospital.
Expanded coverage for more diseases
More number of new hospitals included.
Treatment in approved hospitals outside state also made eligible for coverage.
Under this scheme, so far 69,575/- Identity Cards have been received from the Star Health Insurance Scheme and issued
to the police personnel.
2) Government Servants and their Family Members are eligible to avail the
concession of Rs.2 lakhs for every 4 years for their Medical Treatment subject to certain restrictions laid down in the Government
Orders referred to above.
The Police Personnel today face various challenges and
threats while discharging their duties, particularly while handling crowds in Law and Order situation. They are exposed to serious
injuries also. Therefore, Government have sanctioned ex-gratia payment for the heroic deeds of the Police Personnel to compensate
for their sufferings/loss. The following amount is sanctioned as ex-gratia irrespective of the rank held by them and the unit in which
they are serving as per G.O.Ms.No.284, Home (Pol.9) Department, dated 6.04.2009:
Rs.5,00,000 (Rupees Five Lakhs only)
Rs.2,00,000 (Rupees Two Lakhs only)
Single amputee and one eye blind, loss of toes, fingers precluding employment
Rs.1,00,000 (Rupees One Lakh only)
Burns Gun shot wounds multiple compound fracture
Rs.50,000/- (Rupees Fifty Thousand only)
Simple injuries for all ranks
Rs.10,000/- (Rupees Ten Thousand only)
In case of death in harness, the legal heirs of the deceased
are paid along with the pay last drawn by the deceased Police Personnel as family pension till the date of superannuation of the deceased.
In G.O.(D)No.837,Home (Pol. IX) Department Dated 18.07.2008,
Government had issued orders with regard to the increase of Prizes under the Prize Scheme (in) from 3 to 10 both in 10th and 12th
Standard in each District and Commissionerate and also the Prize Scheme is extended to the children of Ministerial and Auxiliary
Staff. The Prize amount is also increased from Rs.6000/- to Rs.6500/-, Rs.4000/- to Rs.4500/- and Rs.2000/- to Rs.2500/- for
10th standard and Rs.7000/- to Rs.7500/-, Rs.5000/- to Rs.5500/- and Rs.3000/- to Rs.3500/- for 12th standard respectively.
Similarly, the other seven prizes have been increased (i.e.) 4th to 10th ranked students of 10th and 12th standard
from Rs.1500/- to Rs.2000/- and Rs.2000/- to Rs.2500/- respectively. Every year nearly 750 childrens of Police personal/Ministarical
staffs are benifited under the scheeme.
This Fund was introduced in the year 1959. The main objective of this
scheme is to motivate the deserving children of the non-gazetted Police Personnel to pursue higher education through this scholarship. The
Annual donations and Lumpsum contributions constitute this Fund. A sum of Rs.2,87,87,500/- was sanctioned during the year 2009-2010.
In order to encourage and facilitate the bright and promising young
children of the Employee of the Police Department, Government in their order Ms.(D) No.837, Home (Pol. IX) Department, Dated 18.07.2008 has
introduced the Tamil Nadu Government Special Scholarship to pursue their higher education and in which the first 100 wards who had secured
highest marks in +2 standard will be paid Rs.20,000 or the amount paid to the institutions whichever is less for 4 years or till the course
is completed. A sum of Rs.29,87,197/- (Rupees Seventeen Lakhs Seventy Seven Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty Only) was sanctioned during
the year 2010-2011
Appointments on compassionate grounds are given to the legal
heirs of the Government servants who die while in service. The appointments on Compassionate grounds are given only for the posts of
sweepers, OAs, Data Entry Operators,/JAs and Gr.II PCs.
Three separate waiting lists for appointment on compassionate
grounds to the posts of Junior Assistant/Typist including Data Entry Operator, Office Assistant and Sweeper are being maintained.
These waiting lists are not permanent ones. The seniority of the candidates in the waiting lists may change whenever new candidates
are included in the waiting lists on the basis of their date of preferring the first application within three years from the date of
death of the Government servant concerned (prior to 04.10.2006) / on the basis of the date of death of the Government servant concerned,
provided the application is preferred within three years from the date of death of Government servant concerned (with effect from 04.10.2006).
Waiting list for Compassionate ground Appointment - 2018
Steps have been taken to consider the 805 persons
in the waiting list for appointment as Data Entry Operators who are waiting for an appointment for more than eight years.
Government orders were received in G.O. Ms. No. 989, Home (Pol. XV) Department, dated 21.10.2002. Out of 805 candidates 671
candidates have successfully completed the 3 months training from 14.02.2005 to 13.05.2005 & posted to all Cities &
Districts in Police Stations on a consolidated pay of Rs.2500/-P.M.
Several Magalir Sangams and Co-operative Industrial
societies are functioning under the control of the Commandants. They mostly undertake the work of stitching the police uniforms
and earn profits. Films are shown to the police personnel and their family members every week at the Battalion headquarters.
There are 12 Police Hospitals at present in various places
i.e Chennai, Madurai, Trichy, Coimbatore, Salem, St.Thomas Mount, Vellore, Cuddalore, Virudhunagar, Tirunelveli, TSP II Bn.
Avadi and TSP IX Bn. Manimuthar.
It has been decided by the Govt. to upgrade the Police Hospital
at Chennai as 100 bedded hospital with some
specialties. It has also been decided to upgrade the Police Hospital at Madurai City with some specialties.
Films are shown to the Police personnel and their family members
every week at the Battalion Head Quarters. Apart from this, dailies, weeklies and other periodicals are supplied to the personnel at the
reading rooms. In all Battalions, Police stores are available and they cater to the needs of the Police personnel.