1. State-wise percentage of women police


States Percentage of Women
Andhra Pradesh
4.24%
 
 
Assam
3.89%
 
 
Arunachal Pradesh
7.26%
 
 
Bihar
7.15%
 
 
Chhattisgarh
4.95%
 
 
Goa
5.60%
 
 
Gujarat
4.04%
 
 
Haryana
6.36%
 
 
Himachal Pradesh
12%
 
 
Jammu and Kashmir
3.24%
 
 
Jharkhand
5.38%
 
 
Karnataka
6.14%
 
 
Kerala
5.43%
 
 
Madhya Pradesh
4.95%
 
 
Maharashtra
12.07%
 
 
Manipur
8.11%
 
 
Meghalaya
4.21%
 
 
Mizoram
6.79%
 
 
Nagaland
6.57%
 
 
Odisha
8.81%
 
 
Punjab
5.81%
 
 
Rajasthan
8.61%
 
 
Sikkim
8.04%
 
 
Tamil Nadu
12.9%
 
 
Telangana
3.13%
 
 
Tripura
4.44%
 
 
Uttar Pradesh
4.17%
 
 
Uttarakhand
7.60%
 
 
West Bengal
9.97%
 
 
Union Territories  
Andaman and Nicobar Island
11.53%
 
 
Chandigarh
15.65%
 
 
Dadar and Nagar Haveli
13.7%
 
 
Daman and Diu
11%
 
 
Delhi
9.17%
 
 
Lakshadweep
8.67%
 
 
Puducherry
7.96%
 
 



2. State-wise reservation percentage for women in police


States Ranks Reservation Percentage
Andhra Pradesh SI and Constable (Civil),  SI and Constable (Communications), ASI (Finger Print Bureau) and  DySP
33.3%
 
 
Arunachal Pradesh SIs, ASIs, HCs and Constables
10%
 
 
Assam - No information
Bihar Not specified
35%
 
 
Chhattisgarh From DySP to Constable
30%
 
 
Goa - No information
Gujarat Constable, ASI and SI (Non-armed), Constable (Armed)
33%
 
 
Haryana - No reservation
Himachal Pradesh - No reservation
Jammu and Kashmir - No reservation
Jharkhand Constables
33%
 
 
Karnataka Constable and SI (civil)
20%
 
 
Constable (Armed, Wireless, Finger Print Bureau, Reserve Police, Industrial Security force)
10%
 
 
Kerala Constable
10%
 
 
Madhya Pradesh Does not specify
33%
 
 
Maharashtra Constable
30%
 
 
Meghalaya - No reservation
Mizoram - No reservation
Nagaland Sanctioned posts created at SI, ASI, HC, and Constable (Unarmed Branch) No reservation
Odisha Base level posts only
33%
 
 
Punjab - No reservation
Rajasthan Not specified
30%
 
 
Sikkim Police constable to DySP in civil police
30%
 
 
Tamil Nadu SI and Constable (Grade II)
30%
 
 
Telangana Sub-Inspector (Civil), Constables (Civil), Sub-Inspector (Communications), Constable (Communications), Assistant Sub-Inspector (Finger Print Bureau)
33.3%
 
 
Reserve Sub Inspectors and Constables (Armed Reserve)
10%
 
 
Tripura 10% at Constable rank 5 % at Sub-Inspector rank
15%
 
 
Uttarakhand Not specified
30%
 
 
Uttar Pradesh Constable and Sub-Inspector
20%
 
 
West Bengal - No reservation
Union Territories    
Andaman & Nicobar Islands SI and Constable in the executive branch
33%
 
 
Chandigarh Sub Inspector
33%
 
 
Dadar and Nagar Haveli Constable and Sub-Inspector
33%
 
 
Daman and Diu Sub Inspector and Inspector
33%
 
 
Delhi From Constable to Sub-Inspector
33%
 
 
Lakshadweep Does not specify
33%
 
 



3. State-wise information on type of cadre for direct recruitment


States Type of Cadre Ranks in which women are inducted
Andhra Pradesh Separate cadre Constable, Head Constable, Sub-Inspector and Inspector
Common cadre Deputy Superintendent of Police
Assam Common cadre DySP to Constable in which direct recruitment takes place
Arunachal Pradesh Common cadre DySP to Constable in which direct recruitment takes place
Bihar No information provided
Chhattisgarh No information provided -                           
Goa Not clear Constable and Sub-Inspector ranks only
Gujarat Common cadre ASI, SI, Constable (Non-armed), Constable (Armed)
Haryana Separate cadre Constable and Head Constable
Himachal Pradesh Common cadre Constable and Sub-Inspector
Jammu and Kashmir Common cadre From DySP to Constable
Jharkhand Common cadre -
Karnataka Common cadre Constable and SI (Civil, Wireless, Finger Print Bureau)
Separate cadre Constable and SI (Karnataka State Reserve Police and Karnataka State Industrial Security Force)
Kerala Not specified Women inducted only at Constable rank
Madhya Pradesh No information provided -
Maharashtra Common cadre Not specified
Meghalaya Common cadre DySP to Constable in which direct recruitment takes place
Mizoram Common cadre Constable, SI, DySP and ASI of Unarmed Branch
Nagaland Common cadre Sanctioned posts for women at SI, ASI, HC and Constable
Odisha Common cadre Constable and Sub Inspector
Punjab Common cadre DySP to Constable in which direct recruitment takes place
Rajasthan Common cadre Not specified
Sikkim Common cadre All ranks between DySP and Constable
Tamil Nadu Common cadre SI and Constable
Tripura Separate cadre Only at Constable and Sub-Inspector (Armed & Un-armed)
Telangana Common cadre DySP to Constable in which direct recruitment takes place
Uttarakhand Common cadre Not specified
Uttar Pradesh Common cadre Constable and Sub-Inspector
West Bengal Common Cadre Between DySP and Constable
Union Territories    
Andaman Nicobar Island Common cadre Constable and SI
Chandigarh Common cadre DySP to Constable in which direct recruitment takes place
Dadar and Nagar Haveli Not specified Constable and SI
Daman and Diu No information provided -
Delhi Separate cadre Applicable for promotion in executive branch for Women Inspector, SI, ASI and Head Constable ranks.
Lakshadweep Common cadre All ranks except DySP in which direct recruitment takes place
Puducherry No separate cadre Constable and SI



4. State-wise number of All-Women Police Stations and their status


States Number of All-Women Police Station Policy Document (Y/N)
Andhra Pradesh 18 close
Assam 1 done
Arunachal Pradesh 1 done
Bihar Approval for 40 WPS in 2014; 9 under construction close
Chhattisgarh No information provided -
Goa 1 Not provided
Gujarat 19 Not provided
Haryana 22 done
Himachal Pradesh 05 done
Jammu and Kashmir 6 close
Jharkhand 24 done
Karnataka 35 close
Kerala 4 close
Madhya Pradesh 10 close
Maharashtra 0 -
Meghalaya 07 done
Mizoram 0 -
Nagaland* 2 done
Odisha 6 close
Punjab 8 done
Rajasthan 40 close
Sikkim* 2 close
Tamil Nadu 200 done
Telangana 14 close
Tripura 7 done
Uttarakhand 2 close
Uttar Pradesh 71 close
West Bengal 30 done
Union Territories    
Andaman and Nicobar Island 00 close
Chandigarh 01 done
Dadar and Nagar Haveli 00 close
Daman and Diu 00 close
Delhi 00 close
Lakshadweep 00 close
Puducherry 03 done



5. Women and Child Help Desks at the Police Station


States Women and Child Help Desk (Y/N) Policy Document (Y/N)
Andhra Pradesh No information provided -
Assam No information provided -
Arunachal Pradesh No information provided -
Bihar No information provided -
Chhattisgarh Set up in each police station done
Goa Set up in 7 out of 8 sub-divisions close
Gujarat Set up in all cities and districts done
Haryana Required to be set up in all police stations done
Himachal Pradesh No information provided close
Jammu and Kashmir Set up in 19 districts -
Jharkhand 5 (received information only from some districts) close
Karnataka No information provided -
Kerala No information provided -
Madhya Pradesh The govt has sanctioned 141 women and child help desks but no information regarding its actual set up has been provided done
Maharashtra Ladies police cell to be set up in every police station close
Meghalaya No women and child help desks set up -
Mizoram No information provided -
Nagaland No women and child help desks set up -
Odisha Set up in 537 police stations done
Punjab No information has been provided close
Rajasthan Required to be set up in all police stations done
Sikkim Set up in 3 out of 4 districts -
Tamil Nadu Set up in every police station done
Tripura Set up in select police stations -
Telangana No information provided -
Uttarakhand People’s Helpdesk to be set up in every district done
Uttar Pradesh No information provided -
West Bengal Required to be set up in every police station close
Union Territories    
Andaman Nicobar Island Set up in all police stations (21) done
Chandigarh Set up in all police stations (16) For some, done
Dadar and Nagar Haveli Women and juvenile unit set up in each police station done
Daman and Diu Only 1 set up No information
Delhi All except Nankpura district done
Lakshadweep No information provided -
Puducherry Set up in all police stations close



6. Gender-wise total faculty strength at police training institutions across states


States Strength
Male Female Total
Andhra Pradesh 229 10 239
Assam 492 (P+D) 3 on deputation+ 0 permanent 495
Arunachal Pradesh No information provided
Bihar No information provided
Chhattisgarh 89 35 124
Goa No information provided
Gujarat No information provided
Haryana 456 3 459
Himachal Pradesh gender wise break up not provided
Jammu and Kashmir 452 14 466
Jharkhand No information provided
Karnataka 200 47 247*
Kerala 166 29 195
Madhya Pradesh No information provided
Maharashtra No information provided
Meghalaya* 30 2 -
Mizoram 238 9 247
Nagaland 58 11 69
Odisha Not provided 15 Not provided
Punjab** 285 21 306
Rajasthan 806 52 858
Sikkim 29 6 35
Tamil Nadu 197 116 313
Telangana No information provided
Tripura 171 15 186
Uttarakhand 42 3 45
Uttar Pradesh No information provided
West Bengal Not provided Not provided 184
Union Territories      
Andaman Nicobar Island No information provided
Chandigarh 22 8 30
Dadar and Nagar Haveli - - Not given
Daman and Diu 0 0 No training academy
Delhi - - No data given
Lakshadweep - - No training institute
Puducherry 13 12 25



7. State-wise information on maternity leave and child care leave


States Maternity Leave Child Care Leave Policy
Andhra Pradesh 180 days 2 months (60 days)
Assam 180 days 730 days
Arunachal Pradesh 180 days 730 days
Bihar 135 days 730 days
Chhattisgarh 180 days No provision
Goa 180 days 730 days
Gujarat 180 days No provision
Haryana 180 days 730 days
Himachal Pradesh 180 days 365 days (1 year)
Jammu and Kashmir 180 days No provision
Jharkhand 180 days No provision
Karnataka 180 days 730 days
Kerala 180 days No provision
Madhya Pradesh No information provided No information provided
Maharashtra 180 days No provision
Meghalaya 120 days NIL
Mizoram 180 days 730 days
Nagaland 90 days NIL
Odisha 180 days No provision
Punjab 180 days 365 days
Rajasthan 180 days No provision
Sikkim 90 days NIL
Tamil Nadu 180 days No provision
Tripura 180 days No provision
Telangana 180 days 90 days
Uttarakhand 180 days 730 days
Uttar Pradesh 180 days 730 days
West Bengal 180 days 730 days
Union Territories    
Andaman Nicobar Island 180 days 730 days
Chandigarh 180 days I year (max)
Dadar and Nagar Haveli 180 days 730 days
Daman and Diu 180 days 730 days
Delhi 180 days 730 days
Lakshadweep 180 days 730 days
Puducherry 180 days 730 days



8. State-wise total percentage allocation for women police under the Modernization of Police Force Scheme


States 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17
Andhra Pradesh 0.30% (SP) - -
Assam No information No information No information
Arunachal Pradesh No allocation No allocation No allocation
Bihar No information No information No information
Chhattisgarh* - - Rs 276 Lakhs
Goa 62.19% (SP) - -
Gujarat No allocation No allocation No allocation
Haryana No information No information No information
Himachal Pradesh No allocation No allocation No allocation
Jammu and Kashmir No information No information No information
Jharkhand No allocation No allocation No allocation
Karnataka No information No information No information
Kerala      
Madhya Pradesh No information No information No information
Maharashtra 19.23%    
Meghalaya No allocation No allocation No allocation
Mizoram 60 Lakh rupees No allocation No allocation
Nagaland No allocation No allocation No allocation
Odisha Rs. 9,69,38,000 Rs 13, 23, 29,000 No information provided
Punjab Not provided Not provided Not provided
Rajasthan No information No information No information
Sikkim No allocation No allocation No allocation
Tamil Nadu No information No information No information
Telangana 15.12% - -
Tripura      
Uttarakhand No allocation No allocation No allocation
Uttar Pradesh Copies of SAP not provided
West Bengal Rs 6,68,66,755 No allocation No information
Union Territories      
Andaman and Nicobar Island No allocation No allocation No allocation
Chandigarh No allocation No allocation No allocation
Dadar and Nagar Haveli No allocation No allocation No allocation
Daman and Diu No allocation No allocation No allocation
Delhi No allocation No allocation No allocation
Lakshadweep No allocation No allocation No allocation
Puducherry No allocation No allocation No allocation




* SAP: State Action Plan; SP: Supplementary PlanNotes:*For Chhattisgarh, a total of Rs 39.46 lakhs has been spent in the year 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16 is * Maharashtra did not share copies of the SAP and SP. The department provided only half information through RTI as mentioned in the table above.