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About Us

The centre was inaugurated in a hall of Director of Police Wireless on 25.08.1992 and later it shifted to the barracks of SP Pune (Rural). The foundation stone for the new aesthetically beautiful and state of the art structure was laid by Shri Vilasrao Deshmukh, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra on 19.11.1999. The Centre for Police Research with its campus of 6.5 acres, two conference halls, a Police Memorial and 21 rooms for research scholars, was inaugurated on 30.09.2003. It also has a Club House, Swimming Pool, Tennis Courts, Billiards Room and Gymnasium. Centrally located, adjacent to Pune University campus, Research Centre is ideal for research activities and training envisioned as its main focus.

Centre for Police Research is registered with Assistant Charity Commissioner Pune under the Bombay Public Trusts Act 1950 vide Registration No. F-7878 (PUNE) dtd. 31-12-1992.

In the past, Centre for Police Research has conducted two Research Projects.
Formation of Criminal Gangs in Big Cities.
Working of Fingerprint equipment.

Two projects on ‘Modalities for compensation to the victims of crime in the light of position prevailing in other countries’ & 'Cost of conduct of investigation' have recently been sponsored by B.P.R& D.

Three operational projects on
Development of Dry Ration for staff on patrol in naxal area.
To develop carry bags (pithoos)
Explosive Detectors, have also been taken up. They are sponsored by D.G.P., M.S.

CPR has also conducted 38 Workshops / Seminars for Sr. Police Officers on the topics of Organized Crime, Tackling Naxalism, Use of Modern Technology to Investigate Crime, Cyber Crime, Cyber Laws, Motor Vehicle Tracing System, Prevention of Terrorist Activities, Economic Offences, Police Trade Craft, Death in custody, Team Building & Leadership etc.

The research and training activities undertaken by Centre for Police research are excellent in design and content.

Centre for Police Research is the Nodal Training Cell on Anti Human Trafficking for the State.

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