During their 52nd Police raising day, the Chief of Police said installing CCTV cameras helped them a lot to detect crimes and supplement their main duties as towns in Thimphu and other districts are expanding faster. The police have plans to install about 130 CCTV cameras by the end of this year within Thimphu.
Posted on:04 September,2017
United Nation African Mission In Darfur (UNAMID)
The Royal Bhutan Police will be sending 3rd batch of officers for United Nations Peacekeeping Missions in Darfur - UNAMID . The total of 20 officers ranging from the ranks of Captain to Lieutenant Colonel which includes two female officers will be leaving the country on 2nd September 2017 for a period of one year. They will be assigned with various peacekeeping responsibilities based on experiences and qualification.
Posted on:30 August,2017
The Road safety and Transport Authority handed over Traffic Safety Equipments worth Nu. 0.7 million to Royal Bhutan Police.
On 9th August 2017, the Road safety and Transport Authority (RSTA) represented by the Director General (DG) and his staff presented the Royal Bhutan Police with traffic safety equipments worth Nu. 0.7 million as a support to strengthen the professional capacity of the traffic police personnel while executing their work.
Posted on:09 August,2017
Vacancy for BE in Electronics & Communication Engineering and Diploma in Electronics & Communication Engineering to be recruited in RBP.
Posted on:24 July,2017
The 16th Police Youth Partnership Program
The 16th Phase of Police Youth Partnership Program PYPP is initiated in four Dzongkhags namely Bumthang, Gasa, Haa and Thimphu.
Posted on:17 July,2017
Twenty Five officers of Royal Bhutan Police were promoted to next higher rank (21 from Captain to Major and 4 from Lieutenant to Captain) serving in various capacities in the Police Headquarters and Field Divisions.