The Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) in collaboration with Zunaling Production brings together popular Bhutanese singers and artists to a ROADSHOW on 19 May, 2018 at Clock Tower, Thimphu town from 6 pm onwards.
Posted on:18 May,2018
Many people in the rural areas specially in the eastern Dzongkhags are deeply perturbed by the false alarm circulated by some unscrupulous people through ‘we-chat’ and other social media about the headhunters or Khegpa.
Posted on:07 May,2018
On the occasion of the Teachers Day, the RBP fraternity would like to wish all the teachers a Happy Teachers’ Day. The RBP would also like to thank all the selfless and devoted teachers for being an inspiration to the children to be good students and meaningful citizens of a great nation. The RBP shall stand by our teachers at all times.
Posted on:02 May,2018
Thimphu Police intercepted and arrested a 28 year old business man
Thimphu Police intercepted and arrested a 28 year old business man on 28 April 2018 at 1430 hours from Chang Lam, Thimphu with 1878 capsules of illicit drugs (Spasmoproxyvon Plus) concealed in the backpack that he was carrying.
Posted on:01 May,2018
Thimphu Police arrested a 39 year old man
Thimphu Police arrested a 39 year old man from Trashigang on 06 April 2018, who is a Vice Principal of a Charity School in Jemina, Thimphu for molesting nine female students aged between 11-15 years since 2017. Additionally, a female student from the group also said that the Vice Principal tried to rape her in his office in 2017. She was called to his office after the school hours where he tried to rape her. However, she managed to pull his hair and escape. He was also convicted for a similar crime in 2004 in Trashigang.
Posted on:12 April,2018
Anesthetic Technician arrested for raping patient attendant
A 30 year old Anesthetic Technician from Lhuentse was arrested on 06 April 2018 for raping a patient attendant at the JDWNR Hospital, Thimphu. He had administered an anesthetic drug on the pretext of drawing blood. The suspect admitted having sexual intercourse with the victim after injecting Fentanyl.
Posted on:12 April,2018
Message from Chief of Police
Rape and sexual assaults are heinous crimes that deprive the very soul of the victims and scar them for life. Such crimes leave deep impact on the families of the victims especially the children. Combating and deterring such grave crimes continue to be a priority for the Royal Bhutan Police (RBP) and no effort will be spared in ensuring the safety and security of the communities. In the wake of such incidents being increasingly reported in the country, the RBP is compelled to take the painful decision of publishing on social media, the recent cases of sexual molestation by the Vice Principal of a Charity School in Jemina, and the rape of a patient attendant by a technician of the Jigme Dorji National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH) in Thimphu.