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SP Full Form | What is the Full form of SP?

SP is an abbreviation and its full form stands for the Superintendent of Police. A person with this title is the chief of a non-metropolitan district’s police force in India. An SP, Superintendent of Police is a police officer who works for either the State Police Service or the Indian Police Service. Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP), Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), and Superintendent of Police (SP) are the three designations with the word ‘superintendent’, in the Indian police force (SP).
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SP ka Full Form

एसपी एक संक्षिप्त नाम है और इसका पूरा नाम पुलिस अधीक्षक होता है।  इस शीर्षक वाला व्यक्ति भारत में एक गैर-महानगरीय जिले के पुलिस बल का प्रमुख होता है।  एक एसपी, पुलिस अधीक्षक एक पुलिस अधिकारी होता है जो राज्य पुलिस सेवा या भारतीय पुलिस सेवा के लिए काम करता है। भारतीय पुलिस बल में ‘अधीक्षक’ शब्द के साथ तीन पद हैं, सहायक पुलिस अधीक्षक (एएसपी), पुलिस उपाधीक्षक (डीएसपी), और पुलिस अधीक्षक (एसपी)।

 

SP Full Form in Police- How to be an SP?

There are three ways to get posted as an SP:

  • The individual might take the UPSC CSAT (civil services aptitude test) and get a decent score on it. You will start off as a DSP or ACP, and after collecting the necessary experience, you will be advanced to the level of SP.
  • The state public service commission examination may be passed by the candidate. After passing this exam, he or she will be able to become a DSP, and after gaining the necessary experience, he or she will be able to become an SP. However, compared to the first alternative, this option’s promotion may take longer.
  • In their state police department, the candidate can begin as a Sub Inspector. They must work hard and prevent crime with maximum dedication in order to advance in rank and become SP after demonstrating their ability and courage.

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SSP and SP: Full Form and Differences

The full form of SSP, the abbreviation, is Senior Superintendent of Police. The post of SSP is a respectable post in the Police Department. No direct recruitment or examination is conducted for the post of SSP. This post is created by promoting from the post of SP. In India, metropolitan, highly populated or Naxal-affected districts are called Senior Superintendents of Police (SSP). There are two stars on their uniform. They work to prevent all kinds of crime in the district.

Moreover, an SP is appointed by the Government of India as a special officer in every district of India. A senior superintendent of police is the head of the police force of a district in densely populated, urban areas, or Naxal-affected districts or smaller districts. They can either be the head of a small district or might be heading a large rural or urban area too.

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DySP Full Form in Police

After the SP, comes the ASP (Additional Superintendent of Police) in the police department.  After this comes the Deputy Superintendent of Police. The full form of DySP, the abbreviation, is Deputy Superintendent of Police. They are also called CO, or circle officers. These are made block-wise. After CO, comes Inspector, Sub-Inspector, Assistant Sub-Inspector, and Havaldar, respectively.  After that, the Constables come in the police. The post of constable is the lowest in the police department.

 

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FAQs

What is the full form of SP?

SP is an abbreviation and its full form stands for the Superintendent of Police.

What is the full form of DSP?

The full form of DSP, the abbreviation, is Deputy Superintendent of Police. They are also called CO, or circle officers.

Who holds a higher rank, an SP or DSP?

DSP functions under an SP’s effect. As a result, the post of SP has more authority and is a higher rank than the post of DSP. Officials from the State Police.

Who holds a higher rank, ACP or SP?

While an IPS officer always holds the position of SP, an ACP can be held by a State Police Service (SPS) officer. The SP value is higher than the ACP value. ACP is a DSP/ASP level officer who is below the rank of SP or DCP.

Are SPs IPS officers?

IPS officers are given the rank of ASP after completing several rounds of training in Mussoorie, Hyderabad, and district training. They are upgraded to SP after a few years (Superintendent of Police). As a result, SP stands for Rank or Designation. The Superintendent of Police may be an IPS officer or a State Civil Service official.

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