Royal Bhutan Police celebrates its 54th Raising Day on 01 September 2019
The Officers and Other Ranks of the Royal Bhutan Police celebrated its 54th Raising Day across the country. The Raising Day is observed every year on 01 September to commemorate the continued allegiance, unwavering dedication and service of the Royal Bhutan Police to the Tsawa Sum.
Posted on:01 September,2019
Inaugurated of Gewog Gagday at Merak
Gewog Gagday at Merak was formally inaugurated on 20 August 2019 by the Dzongdag of Trashigang Dzongkhag and attended by the LG and community leaders.
Posted on:20 August,2019
Ten Officers of the Royal Bhutan Police were promoted to the rank of Major and Captain respectively.
Posted on:09 July,2019
38th Batch of Officer Cadets commissioned into the Royal Bhutan Police
Seven officer cadets (comprising five male and two female) who successfully completed 18 months Basic Police Training Course
Posted on:09 July,2019
His Majesty the King granted promotion to thirty three officers of the Armed Forces.
15 officers of the Royal Bhutan Police were promoted to the rank of Colonel at a ceremony in Tashichodzong this morning.
Posted on:14 March,2019
51st Batch Magsars Passing out Parade
The 51st Batch Magsars Passing out Parade was graced by Goongloen Batoo Tshering, DYG, DRT, DW, DT, DK, the Chief Operations Officer today on 8th of March 2018 at the Royal Bhutan Police Training Institute in Jigmeling, Sarpang.
Posted on:08 March,2019
Chief of Police promoted to rank of Brigadier
His Majesty the King, the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces promoted Colonel Chimi Dorji, Chief of Police to the rank of Brigadier at a ceremony in Tashichhodzong this morning.
Brigadier Chimi Dorji was commissioned into the Royal Bhutan Police in 1985. He was appointed as the Chief of Police of the Royal Bhutan Police in 2016. Brigadier Chimi Dorji is the recipient of Drakpoi Norbu Yoedsel in 2013.
Posted on:18 February,2019
Eight officers of the Royal Bhutan Police were promoted to the rank of Lt. Colonel along with the officers of Royal Bhutan Army and Royal Body Guard.
Posted on:11 February,2019
Heartwarming news on a cold dreary day!
Tashi Wangmo, a 1st year student of Jigme Namgyel Engineering College, from Nagorpang,Silimbi Mongar Dzongkhag returned huge amount of cash (Nu. 100,000: one hundred thousand) that she found in town to Phuntsholing Police. Tashi Wangmo is a former PYPP (Police Youth Partnership Program) member.
Posted on:08 February,2019
RBP commends Kinley Tshering for his honesty
Kinley Tshering, a 18-year-old student of Drugyel Central School, has returned a purse containing Nu. 8,461 that he found in Paro town. The purse was returned to the rightful owner, Chimi Dorji, a 60 year old man from Lango, Paro.
Posted on:25 January,2019
Standards of integrity and honesty by Mr. Jagadish Sinha
Mr. Jagadish Sinha from Ashok Nagar Bhadreswar, Hoogli District, West Bengal, India, who is in Bhutan as a tourist, has proven high standards of integrity and honesty by returning to fanny pack that he found along the way, on his return from Taktsang this evening.
Posted on:26 December,2018
Phuentsoling Police arrested a 34 year old man
During routine check at Light Vehicle Entry Gate at Phuntsholing on 12/21/2018, the police duties at the gate intercepted a vehicle loaded with 02 tracking cases and a cartoon box containing 5736 capsules of Spasmo Proxyvon Plus, 50 bottles of Corex and 3800 sticks of Navy Cut cigarettes. Phuentsoling Police arrested a 34 year old man from Ugyentse, Samtse in this connection.
Posted on:23 December,2018
Officers leaving for United Nations Peacekeeping Assignment to Darfur
Lyonchen Dr. Lotay Tshering with 14 officers from the Royal Bhutan Police who are leaving for United Nations Peacekeeping Assignment to Darfur, Sudan shortly.
Posted on:08 December,2018
THREE MEN ARRESTED FOR CHOETEN VANDALISM
Pemagatshel police on Novem- ber 7 arrested three men in connection with two choeten vandalism cases at Thongsa in Chongshing gewog.