Welcome to M.P Police Academy Bhopal.

Since 1986 Police Training  for Deputy Superintendent of Police and Sub Inspectors in Madhya Pradesh was provided at Jawaharlal Lal Nehru Police Academy (JNPA) at Sagar (the Institute exists since 1906). Apart from JNPA, training facilities also exist at Rustomji Armed Police Training College (RAPTC) at Indore and at various Police Training Schools (PTC)
The need was felt for a state of the art Academy to fullfill the needs of training as per the challenges faced during modern civilian policing.For these reasons, in a phased manner, The Madhya Pradesh Police Academy was established in a new campus near the State capital Bhopal.
In the first phase (Infrastructure) the Academy initially came into being as a Integrated Police Training Centre.Thereafter on 10 June 2013 the Madhya Pradesh Police Academy (MPPA) Bhopal finally came into existence.
The Police academy is situated 30 kms away from the main Bhopal City & is spread across a campus of 98 acres.The Main purpose of the Academy is to provide Basic training to trainee Police Officers of the Rank of Dy.S.Ps and Police Sub-Inspectors in a state of the art training environment.
Apart from that it conducts In-Service courses on various issues affecting police working.


Training activities conducted till date

  • 87th Batch of Sub Inspectors (188 Sub Inspectors) Year 2013
  • 36th Batch of Deputy Superintendent of Police (17 D.S.Ps) Year 2014
  • Basic training (4 Months) of Ministerial Staff (123 A.S.I [m] ) Year 2014
  • Foundation Course (3 Months) 190 Subedars/S.I/P.C/S.I (S.B,Radio,F.P) Year 2015
  • 88th Batch of Sub Inspectors (236 Sub Inspectors) Year 2015-16
  • 89th Foundation Course {250 Subedars/S.I/P.C/S.I (S.B,Radio,F.P)} Year 2016
  • 89th Batch of Sub Inspectors (289 Sub Inspectors) Continuing….
  • Central Customs & Excise Batch of Inspectors (72 Inspectors).

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Latest Events

Watershed moment
w.e.f   30-12-17

As it went, the year 2017 has been recorded in the pages of history. Throughout the country, Madhya Pradesh Police Academy has become the first police training institute where the trainee sub-police superintendents who are receiving police training will now be awarded Master Degree after getting training.

Yesterday, on 30/12/17 an MoU was signed between the MoU, Madhya Pradesh Police Academy and the country's first, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Social Science University, Ambedkar Nagar, Mhow, in which it was accepted and taken to work. This MoU was signed by the Director General / Extraordinary Director on behalf of the Academy. Mr. Sushovan Banerjee and Director General of the University Mr. H.S. Triplei. On this occasion, the Director General of Police, Shri Rishi Kumar Shukla, Vice Chancellor / Additional Chief Secretary, Higher Education Department, M.P. Governance, Mr. Breñaudeu, Special Director General of Police (Training), Mr. K.N. Tiwari, Director General of Police, O.D.D., OSD to DGP, Mr. M.W. Nakvi, ATI. Director General (Administration) Smt. Anuradha Shankar Singh, Mr. H.S. Triathi, Total Secretary, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University of Social Sciences, Dr. Arun Gopal, Delhi, Prof. K. Verma, Director, Research, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Social Science University, Ambedkar Nagar, Mhow and academy and police headquarters officials were present. In addition to research, research papers, academic activities, exchange of faculty, examinations etc. in the MoU, such employees / officers of the department who want to pursue other degrees, while in service, also get admission in the university and get degrees through here. Can meet For this, the University will establish its own study center and examination center at the Police Academy. Advance Congratulations to All Trainers.

Training Programme Conducted
w.e.f 13-09-2016 to 24-09-2016

Training Programme conducted for Customs Department Officers .
Total No of participants : 70 .(Male-67 & Female:03)

from the DIRECTOR'S desk

Profesor Name
Shri Sushovan Banerjee (IPS)

Director

MPPA,Bhopal (M.P)

 

Madhya Pradesh Police Academy is committed to train police officers suited to the needs of modern day policing in a welfare state.

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Upcoming Events

  • 02 April 2018
    Passing out parade of 37th DSP batch and 90th Sub Inspector batch.

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