What is AICPS?

Lt. S. Gurmukh Singh (Freedom Fighter)
(1912 – 1998)

(Ex-Royal Air Force before partition founder of the AICPS 1946 at Karachi and Lahore)

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Before partition Pre-independence period 1946, All India Crime Prevention Society came into existence and was first organized. Its founder members were Late S.Gurmukh Singh and his associate Late Sh.Sampurnanand and Dr.Paripurnanand, younger brother of Chief Minister Utter Pradesh, pionneer of open prison system in India, Sh.Shiv Mangal Singh Kapoor MLA associate of Pt. Govind Valabh Pant, former home Minister, Government of India and his son Sh.B.S.Kapoor in a team were directly involved in the society. The above personalities run the office of All India Crime Prevention Society Regd,No.-63/1950-51. The said Society was running smoothly for the 12 years up till the death of Dr.Paripuranand and there after his death the society was almost vanished .

The  Ministry  of  home  Affairs, Govt.  Of  India   Vide  its    GO No. 90/50/police, April 26, 1950 and  36/32/56 police Dec.10,1958  has directed the states to Utilise  the  services of “All India Crime Prevention Society in every manner’ s

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A.S.MatharuSh. Avtar Singh  S/O  Late Sh.Gurmukh Singh   

INTRODUCTION

Founder of All India Crime Prevention Society Chd 

Which the society had directed by The  Ministry  of  home  Affairs, Govt.  Of  India   Vide  its    GO No. 90/50/police, April 26, 1950 and  36/32/56 police Dec.10,1958  has directed the states to Utilise  the  services of “All India Crime Prevention Society in every manner’ s

That the All India Crime Prevention Society Formed by late Sh. Gurmukh Singh (Father of Sh. Avtar Singh  President & Chief Executive Board of Governors) the Society in 1946. Dr. Paripurnanand Verma belong to varanasi was an associate of Late Sh. Gurmukh Singh  founder. After the death of Dr. Paripurnanand Verma the office of society at 1/5 Gokhle Marg, Lucknow-226001 has been faded away and closed.

The Branch office of the society at G-1, Anand Niketan, New Delhi-110021, running by Sh. Nigam folded his office due to non-availability of the paper of the society and found fail when demanded by the S.S.P. Chandigarh.

The Papers of the society were with Late Sh. Gurmukh Singh and these were surfaced the same document relating to All India Crime Prevention Society which were Approved by the Govt. of India and Sh. Avtar Singh  son of Late Sh. Gurmukh Singh founder of the Society produced this record before the Deputy Commissioner, Chandigarh Administration who authenticated these documents by Sh. K.K.Khandelwal on 02.04.1998, then the Society got Re-Registration Memorandum of Association & by Laws of All India Crime prevention Society Chandigarh CLICK HERE

 

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AICPS acknowledges gratefully the kind Massages of good wishes from the following dignitaries’ like President of India, Deputy Prime minister of India, Governor of Punjab &Chandigarh Administration, CM of Punjab, CM of Himachal Pradesh, Three Cabinet Minister of uttar Pradesh, Jt. Commissioner of Police, Delhi, IGP Commandos Punjab, IGP Bhagalpur, Addl. DGP Pb. Human Right Commission

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Mr. K. R. NarayananMr. K. R. Narayanan
(President of India)
symbol Govt. Of India Mr. L.K. AdvaniMr. L.K. Advani
(Former homes  Minister)

Lt. S. Gurmukh Singh (Freedom Fighter)(1912 – 1998)(Ex-Royal Air Force before partition founder of the AICPS

Date of Death 17th Nov. 1998

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A.S.MatharuSh. Avtar Singh  S/O Late Sh.Gurmukh Singh

 

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AICPS OFFICE JOINING RULES ALL OVER INDIA  

HIGH DIGNITARY DISTRICT COMMITTEE OFFICE FORMS DOWNLOAD

  1. That the District Committee office would submit a fee of Rs.6000/- per members Post Six Year Valid I-Card (9 members) of the District Committee to the Head Office Chandigarh in the form of a DD favoring All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh and payable at Chandigarh.

 

  1. District Committee office at ……………………………………………. consists of 9 Members. It is formed/ constituted with the Approval of Governing Body of Head Office AICPS Chd. The District Committee has 9 (Nine) Members including (1) District Committee Governor (2)  District Committee Vice Governor (3) District Committee Executive President (4) District Committee Chairman (5) District Committee Secretary (6) District Committee Organizing Secretary (7) District Committee Finance Secretary (8) District Committee Treasurer (9) District Committee Public Relation Officer selected by the District Committee Governor. I-Card issued Six year by Head Office is valid up to Date ……………..

 

  1. That it may be appointed out that District Committee office is appointed on Date….. as per Chandigarh the Head Office issued I-Card with the validity date of Six year up to Date………….. for the Committee member has the responsibility and controlling power to execute different activities. After this agreement Head office will be able to send the appointment latter to Police High dignitaries in the district ……………………

 

  1. That the procedure of adding a new Life Yogdan Member/ Yogdan Member by the District Committee office will be as follows:

The interested person(s) shall approach the District Committee office and express his will to join this society as member. The District Committee office shall direct the person(s) to deposit Yogdan form fee Rs.2000/- (each) and new Life Yogdan Member joining feeRs-6000/- (each) in the Head Office Chandigarh bank A/C No. 3252000100080645 at any branch of Punjab National Bank. Only District committee can use this account to deposit the yogdan amount. The District Committee Governor or any authorized person appointed by the District Committee office shall send the related information to the Head Office Chandigarh. “Membership Form, affidavit, deposit amount bank slip and verification proof”.

The Head Office Chandigarh shall make and deliver (by post) the new Life Yogdan Member/ Yogdan Member i-card(s) of the concerned person to the District Committee office.

 

  1. That the District Committee office shall New Joining Yogdan Member charges not more than Rs .-2000/- as annual charge from the members and New Joining Life Yogdan Members charges not more than Rs .-6000/- from the members, which further shall be spent to promote the aims and objects of Society only. The District Committee office shall pay a sum of 50% to the Head Office to meet expenses of the Head Office, Chandigarh, including salaries of employees, Rent, Electricity, Telephone, Mobile, Fax, E-mail, Internet, Website, expenses Computer, maintenance of Building in case of any litigation charge for legal department, expenses function organized by Head Office.

 

  1. That the District Committee office will give the I-Card to member of the society duly singed by authorized person from the Head Office Chandigarh. In case any person in the District is interested to become Life yogdan Member the Head Office Chandigarh shall only verify the antecedent of the person so interested to become Life yogdan member and recommends him to Head Office Chandigarh. If any person joins a life Yogdan member with Head Office Chandigarh with the recommendation and approval from district committee/Area Committee Head Office Chandigarh will give the sum of 50% for the maintenance and for social activity for the District Committee office. Head Office Chandigarh will enroll him as a life yogdan Member. As the life member is appointed by the Head Office Chandigarh it becomes a duty of District Committee office in (India and Abroad) to respect him. And he can apply for District Committee Governor for a new territory. (Forms available any www.aicps.org)

           

  1. If Head Office Chandigarh receive all the activities report in time then the Head Office Chandigarh will automatically increase the validity of the I-Cards of the District Committee office 9 (Nine) Members as per post fee of membership Charges Rs-1000/-.

 

  1. The Head Office will issue all i-cards for district committee, yogdan member and life member will be issued from head office chd, under the signature of national governor and chief executive board of governors. No one has any authority to prepare and issue i-card and renewal I-Card.

 

After approval “AICPS” Office all over India, if you are like to jointly bank account then Head Office issue new joining form with mention your local bank account number. All Joining fee deposit in your local bank account, head office  after receiving fulfill new joining form 50% fee by cheque deposit in Head Office bank account, after receiving your joining fees then Head Office Issue the all I-cards and send to the your office address by registered post. our society for People-Police-Relationship & Possible to Challenge.

Our AICPS Society under validity I-card Holder attend any Administration and any criminal activity looking for you. Any Criminal activities with proof then you meet any administration / police department, if you are any Administration/ all India Police Department if are not supporting and refuse your AICPS I-Card. If not giving supporting/ if any difficulty with your i-card then you written complaint send to the Head Office Chandigarh. Head Office immediately taking the action under by law our legal department. If you are not send the written complaint then i cant any support. Only help police to fight the terrorism or Drugs and save the country from crime and terrorism. Make India Crime Free, Healthy Public-Police-Relationship Possible to challenge.

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ALL INDIA CRIME PREVENTION SOCIETY

BOARD OF GOVERNING BODY ADVISORY COMMITTEE

A.S.MatharuSh. Avtar Singh  

S/O Late Sh.Gurmukh Singh

National President & Chief Executive Board of Governor

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh 

SH. Kuldip Singh Minhas

S/O Late Sh.S. jagir singh;
(IAS Retd.)

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh, Chairman

SH. G. C. SUMAN

S/O Late Sh.H.R. Suman 

(PCSCJM Retd.)

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh Senior Vice President

SH. J. S. KALRA

S/O Late Sh. Manohar Singh

(Air Commodore-Indian air force)

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh Senior Vice President

SH. H.S. Virk

S/O Late Sh. G.S.Virk (I.P.S. Retd.)

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh Senior Executive President

 

Sh. J. KAUSHAL

S/O Late Sh. Harsarup 

(Prof.)(Former Professor /Director Correspondence Education)

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh Senior Executive Correspondence President

Shri. B.S. Danewalia (IPS Retd.)

Former IGP (Jt. Punjab)

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh Senior Executive  

B. B. Mahajan I.A.S.(Retd.)

Ex. Sect. Agriculture Govt. Of India

All India Crime Prevention Society Chandigarh Senior Executive

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SUNIL KUMAR ADVOCATE

“AICPS” Under Legal Advisory

Committee President

 

Constitution & by’s Laws Committee AICPS Head Office Chandigarh supporting Advocate Members, “AICPS” all over India & Abroad under validity I-Card holder can approach under Legal required Written Complaint Application received by “AICPS”. Click Here

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B. B. MAHAJAN MESSAGE

ALL INDIA CRIME PREVENTION SOCIETY CHANDIGARH

   Message

B.B.MahajanB. B. Mahajan I.A.S.(Retd.)

Ex. Sect. Agriculture Govt. Of India

As we are all aware, police performs a very essential function in civil society. It has to protect life, liberty & property of citizens & ensure and order without which no social, economic or political progress is possible. Just as man does not live by bread alone, a Society does not live by low & order alone nevertheless, just as man cannot live for long without bread, a civilized society cannot survive for long without an environment of reasonable peace & order.A relationship of mutual trust & co-operation between police and people is necessary for efficient performance of its onerous duties by the police. Such as relationship is sadly lacking in India.  The Common Man perceives police force as inefficient, corrupt & oppressive. The Common perception is that the police neither takes adequate preventive measures to prevent crime or investigation crime effectively to nab the culprits nor prosecutes them diligently to secure their conviction. The poor & the weak often dread to even visit a police station to register a crime. The general belief is that police, like rest of the administration, moves only if the aggrieved party is either rich of influential. The Policeman is believed to be busy collecting bribes for them self or their political masters. And the force is used for oppression by the rich against the poor, the strong against the weak & the politician in power against his opponent rather than for protecting the poor & the weak. Citizens cannot be expected to have healthy relationship with the police as long as the perception. Rooted large in reality, persists, not withstanding any no. Of public relations gimmicks & courtesy weeks.The reasons for such a state of affairs are well known. Policeman is appointed not by fair selection but by dint of their relationship with influential persons or by bribery. They are ill-trained, ill-equipped & overworked. Forensic aids are inadequate so that they have to depend on third degree method in investigations. Police officers from DGP down to SHO’s are arbitrarily transferred after brief tenures because of pressure of powerful politicians them of in supported of other who covet their post. Lucrative police stations are auctioned to highest bidders. Honest Official is harassed & the unscrupulous are rewarded.The remedial measures required are also self evident. Appoint policeman on merit through fair selection, give them proper training & aids, give officers at al levels & stable tenure of a reasonable length & make them accountable for the state of crime in their area, rewards the honest & the efficient & punish the corrupt and the inefficient promptly & severely.The question is why such measures are not taken & conditions allowed to deteriorate. The basic reason must be sought in our polity. Power in a democracy ultimately vests, quite rightly, in elected political leaders. These leaders get elected after spending a lot of money. They have a limited tenure, which also sometime gets cut short prematurely. Thanks to our hypocritical belief that they are there to serve the people & therefore need not be adequately paid. And they are all human. So their natural instinct is to use their power not only to recoup investment made by them in their election & activity in the intervening period between elections. But also to make handsome profit, particularly in view of the extremely risky natures of the investment. They therefore try by use of state apparatus to make as quickly as much money as they can for themselves, their relatives & political supporters (whose help will be required at the next election). They will also need money again form their rich friends at the time of next election & must, therefore help them while in power. They have also to build up their business interests as a security against possible upset the next elections. The police being repository of raw power of the state become an important instrument for achievement of these objectives. And since people at the top use police force for collecting money for themselves, their Relative & friends and for furthering their interests, it is only natural that officials down the line also use their powers for similar purposes.An independent judiciary & a free press do exercise some restraining influence but given a strong will a way can generally be found. The fear of losing power at the next election is a major deterrent, however its strength gets blunted so long as the politician feels reasonably confident that the can deflect the attention of the voters from the ill of omission & commission in Governance to issues of caste, region or ideology or can rig the election by booth capturing, bogus voting, scaring away voters of the opponents or use of money power.What is the remedy for this state of affairs? If the Above analysis is correct, any lasting improvement. Will take place take only when the politician is convinced that it is in his interest to effect the improvement & he is enabled to do so. For this be will have to reduce the compulsion to used state power for personal gain & increase the risk of such misuse. Implementation of the proposal for state funding of election & further measures by the election commission to reduce the expenditure on election should reduce the amount of investment to be recouped. A substantial increase in the emolument of legislators & ministers would likewise eliminate the need for supplementing those by unlawful means. The aim should be to create a situation in which a politician can remain honest if he so wishes without going bankrupt. Further tightening of the election process to eliminate rigging of elections by use of muscle & money power will increase the risk of realising the power of their vote, start making the politicians in power accountable for the efficiency, honesty & impartiality of the police force in their area; this will act as strong incentive for making necessary improvement. A healthy trend in this regard is already. Visible with voters throwing out state Govt. Of the party at power at the centre for its failure to check the price of onions & rejecting the candidate for Lok Sabah of the party in power in a state where they were dissatisfied with its performance in the state. Some political analysts have lamented this tendency to mix up the local & national issues. However, on balance it is a healthy trend as it would send single to al political parties in power, whether at local, state or centre level, to ensure good governance. Present is an opportune time to strengthen this trend. With near consensus on major economic & political issues between major contenders for power. The voters can now give greater weight to the quality of governance. N.G.O.s like this society & the media can play a useful role in strengthening this trend by political education of the masses about the use of vote for bringing about an honest, efficient &people friendly administration & by bringing out unbiased surveys about the state of crime in different state & regions. A world of caution here. It wills not safe to reply one on figures of registered crime. For then the easiest way to show improvement will be not to registered crime at all, particularly from the week & the less powerful. Once the politicians in power are convinced that it is impartial police force, the situation can improve dramatically. And Healthier relationship between police & the people will follow.

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