• Prestigious Medals Awarded by Central and State Government

    Twenty -four police personnel from the Andhra Pradesh state have been awarded medals for meritorious service and gallantry by the Union government on January 26, 2011. Additio...

  • Successful First Issue

    Dear Reader , The first issue of the Hyderabad City Police's official magazine - The Hyderabad Protector was a great success. Impressive responses were drawn up from various ...

  • Right to Privacy – Asterisks,Anyone?

    Right to privacy, which the Indian Constitution does not guarantee in express terms, have been carved out by the Supreme Court of India as a fundamental right emanating from A...

  • Occupational Stress in Police Personnel

    Law enforcement personnel are exposed to high levels of stress in their professional life. Personnel belonging to uniformed services, who are allotted field duties are even mo...

  • Private Guards or New Breed of Henchmen

    Private security guards manning banks, ATMs and even jewellery stores in the city may have a high-security task on hand, but there is no information whatsoever about their bac...

  • Arogya Bhadratha Scheme

    Police duty demands day and night service as there is no fixed hours of duty. Police personnel are more prone to get into serious health problems due to exigencies of their du...

Editors Desk

  • Satya’s Editorial

    Greetings. We thought we had taken a hesitant first step. But the response to the first issue of the Hyderabad Protector proved to be overwhelming, as a Commissioner of Police A.K. Khan has rightly observed in his message to you...

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Leader Speak

  • Former President of India

    Thank you for your letter dated 28th Feb 2011 and sending me the well done work "fight Against Terrorism" with thoughts from multiple minds. The topics discussed will be a good reference. My best wishes for your effort...

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Officers Speak

Highlights

Prestigious Medals Awarded by Central and State Government

Twenty -four police personnel from the Andhra Pradesh state have been awarded medals for meritorious service and gallantry by the Union government on January 26, 2011. Additional director general (DG) Intelligence, M Mahender Reddy and SP Intelligence Security...

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Occupational Stress in Police Personnel

Law enforcement personnel are exposed to high levels of stress in their professional life. Personnel belonging to uniformed services, who are allotted field duties are even more prone to stress and its adverse effects. The job performed by typical police personnel...

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Arogya Bhadratha Scheme

Police duty demands day and night service as there is no fixed hours of duty. Police personnel are more prone to get into serious health problems due to exigencies of their duties and the connected professional hazards. Earlier, in spite of the of the fact...

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Brake-ing the Myth

The rate of accidents by women drivers is 70 per cent less than the accidents caused by male drivers. An estimated 3 lakh women drive on Hyderabad city's roads, making up 20 per cent of the total vehicular population, but the number of offences committed by them are relatively smaller...

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Security & Risk Management

Right to Privacy – Asterisks,Anyone?

Right to privacy, which the Indian Constitution does not guarantee in express terms, have been carved out by the Supreme Court of India as a fundamental right emanating from Article 21 of the Constitution of India (protection of life and personal liberty). The right to privacy was clearly...

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Private Guards or New Breed of Henchmen

Private security guards manning banks, ATMs and even jewellery stores in the city may have a high-security task on hand, but there is no information whatsoever about their backgrounds and if they themselves are criminals. Recently, the private security agency (PSA)...

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WiFi Challenge to Law Enforcement Agencies

Ever hear the saying ''the more things change the more thing stay the same?'' Consider the not-too distant past when people used modems and dialup connections, which popularized war dialing applications like ToneLoc and Modem scan through which Hacker/attacker dials...

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Designing for Safety

Fourteen people die every hour in India in road accidents, making Indian roads extremely unsafe. Designing the roads keeping certain safety parameters in mind will help bring this rate down considerably. Over 130,000 people lost their lives due to road accidents in

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Recent Posts

Protecting Oneself – Accountability for All

The Hyderabad City Police personnel work day and night to keep the people of Hyderabad safe. But the city has only 9,000- odd policemen for a population of over 9 million, resulting in some gaps. With that kind of absurd statistic, don't expect a cop to be even remotely...

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Former President of India

Thank you for your letter dated 28th Feb 2011 and sending me the well done work "fight Against Terrorism" with thoughts from multiple minds. The topics discussed will be a good reference. My best wishes for your effort...

Read More »