Parvinder Singh Pasricha
is an Indian police officer
, who served as the 30th police commissioner
of the Mumbai Police
, and as the Director General of Police of Maharashtra
P. S. Pasricha, has a doctorate
P. S. Pasricha is a retired 1970 batch IPS
officer. In 1974, he served as additional Superintendent of Police (crime) in Thane
, where took stringent action against smugglers and feared criminals. He also worked as a superintendent of police in Kulaba
districts. His handling of communal riots in Amravati was appreciated by the Maharashtra State government.
Pasricha was the deputy commissioner of Mumbai traffic police
in the 1980s, when he introduced several schemes to improve traffic management in Mumbai. He also authored a book on road safety and traffic management. Pasricha served as the zonal Deputy Commissioner of Police
(DCP), the DCP of preventive wing and armed police in Mumbai, joint commissioner (law and order), the additional DG
(training), and commissioner of the Maharashtra state intelligence. He also served in the state CID
(crime), anti-corruption bureau, Maharashtra Police Academy and the police computer wing.
Pasricha played a major role in... Read More