Deputy Commissioner

Deputy Commissioner

Deputy Commissioner

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A Deputy Commissioner is a police or administrative official in many different countries.


In all Australian police forces, Deputy Commissioner is the rank directly below that of Commissioner and senior to the rank of Assistant Commissioner except in the New South Wales Police Force, where it is senior to the rank of Senior Assistant Commissioner. In all forces, excepting the New South Wales Police Force where the insignia is crossed and wreathed tipstaves surmounted by a crown, the same insignia as that of a Lieutenant-General in the army, the insignia is a diamond (or a star, in the case of the Victoria Police), the same as that of a Major-General in the army.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Police Force have two DC:

  • Operations
  • Management


The Deputy Commissioner is the executive head of the district, an administrative sub-unit of a province. In his capacity as District Magistrate, he has the overall responsibility of law & order. In his office is also vested the authority to collect Land Revenue and is therefore also titled as Collector (Revenue). He usually belongs to the District Management Group cadre of the Central Super Services of the Pakistan.

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