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  • Traffic Training

    A 5 days traffic training course on “Road Traffic Management” for SIs / ASIs & Constables will be held on 21.11.2016 to 25.11.2016 at Traffic Training School, Alipore Police Lines. ... [+]
  • Important Notice on GRIPS Payments

    The GRIPS Portal will remain shut down for public transactions from 6pm of 27/10/2016 to 8 AM of 31/10/2016 and will resume for carrying out transactions thereafter. All challans generated through 'offline mode' prior to 27th October'16 ... [+]
  • Trauma Care Ambulances have been launched

     On 22.01.2013, two fully equipped Trauma Care Ambulances have been launched by DG & IGP, WB and Sri A. K. Dwivedi, Group General Manager-Basin Manager, ONGC for NH-2 & NH-6 at the instance of West Bengal Traffic Police. These Trauma ... [+]
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V I S I O N 2020 

Since its inception, the Traffic Police Branch of West Bengal Police is making sincere efforts for ensuring smooth and congestion free road journey in the State for the different types of road users. The Traffic Police Hqrs. is also making sincere efforts for bringing down the number of accidents - accidental deaths and injuries in the State by identifying Dark Spots, effective enforcement of traffic rules and regulations and by coordinating with the various agencies involved in the maintenance and management of the roads. With the ever growing population, phenomenal growth in the number of vehicles, rapid pace of urbanization and poor urban road infrastructure; the problem of traffic management has emerged as one of the most difficult and challenging areas of policing. The vast road net- work of the National Highways and State Highways in West Bengal along with the above mentioned factors have necessitated proper planning for the management of traffic in the years to come. In tune with time, we have planned elaborately regarding the various traffic management needs for the next 9 years in our document “ VISION 2020”.