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Two more officers to join UNPKF
Two more officers from Royal Bhutan Police to join United Nations Peacekeeping Force. Read More>>
Posted on:24 May,2016
Safe City Solution Project Thimphu
The modern digital technologies such installation of Close Circuit Television (CCTV) and its use to the advantage of the law enforcement agencies has become very important particularly for enhancing the capacity of police in preserving peace and security in the country in view of the challenges posed by the socio economic and political phenomenon under the dynamics of democracy and modernity. Read More>>
Posted on:13 May,2016
Launch of Little Police Partners (LPP)
On 26 March 2016, Lyonpo Mingbo Dukpa, the Minister of Education launched yet another community based program called the Little Police Partners initiated by the Royal Bhutan Police at Kuensel Phodrang Primary School in Thimphu. The program was attended by officials from UNICEF, SAVE the Children, NCWC, faculty and students of Kuensel Phodrang Primary School and officers of Royal Bhutan Police. The program including a publication of a ‘Little Police Partners Guidebook’ that contains tips for personal safety, security and protection of every child from threats and hazards confronting their daily life was funded by the UNICEF. Read More>>
Posted on:29 March,2016
PROMOTION OF RBP OFFICERS
On 24 February 2016, a total of 12 officers of Royal Bhutan Police were promoted to their next higher ranks upon the gracious approval of His Majesty, the King. Read More>>
Posted on:25 February,2016
PRESS CONFERENCE ON CRIME 2015
Thimphu continues to be the crime capital of the country despite a drop in the overall crime rate by 13 percent in 2015. Read More>>
Posted on:31 January,2016

  • SECURITY CONCERNS AND LIKELY RISKS OF FIRE HAZARDS
  • REWARD OF NU. 50,000.00/-
  • APPEAL TO ALL PARENTS
  • POLICE HELPLINE 113 UPGRADED TO CONTACT CENTRE
  • Import of fire arms and ammunitions banned.
  • Simcard Notification
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