1) Merin Joseph (IPS)
In the Kerala Cadre, Merin Joseph is one of the youngest and gorgeous IPS Officer. At the age of 25 in 2012, she cleared the UPSC Exam, before taking any district under her charge she gained popularity because her photos become viral as a beautiful Police Officer. In Ernakulam Rural District, Chengammanad station she completed her training. She got married in 2015 to a Kottayam based psychiatrist Chris Abraham. If someone needs her anytime, she remains available for them on call 24 hours.
2) Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya (IPS)
Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya belongs to Himachal Pradesh. From Indraprastha College, she completed her post-graduation in English Literature. She is the first female IPS officer who becomes the Director General of Police. For being an outstanding achiever she was awarded the President’s medal and Rajiv Gandhi Award. She meets almost 50 persons a day as an average and talk to them to understand their problems. After retirement in 2007, she wins the general election of 2014 from Haridwar then after she joined AAP.
3) Meera Borwankar (IPS)
Meera Borwankar becomes the IPS Officer in 1981 of the Maharashtra Cadre. In 1993-95 she served as Deputy Commissioner of Police in Mumbai and was posted on the state CID crime branch. She is famous as a ‘Lady Supercop’ after arresting the gang of Chota Rajan and Daud Ibrahim. Her Instant ongoing task is to arrest the gangsters some of them like Abu Saleem and his gang partners Tariq Parvin and Iqbal Mirchi from Dubai, Sharmila Shanbhag from Germany, and Monica Bedi from Portugal.
4) Sanjukta Parashar (IPS)
Sanjukta in Assam is the first woman appointed as an IPS Officer. From Indraprastha Colledge, she completed her graduation in Political Science. In Assam for the criminals and militants, she has been a nightmare. For her immense courage and incredible work of fighting against the Bodo militants of Assam, she is in Headlines. She is married to an IPS Officer Puru Gupta.
5) Vimla Mehra (IPS)
Vimla an IPS Officer is the first female who achieves the post of Special Commissioner Police of the Country. The Women helpline no. 1091 is launched by her along with promoting self-defense programs for them. In the year 2012, After Kiran Bedi, she is the second officer who headed Tihar Jail as Director-General.
6) Vijayanta Goyal Arya (IPS)
Vijayanta Goyal Arya an IPS officer and Deputy Commissioner of Police, South Delhi. she has spoken up about the many ways in which women officers feel unsafe or helpless on the job, even in the police force, and outside on the streets during work. Her top agenda right now is to making public spaces safer for women and fighting for sexual harassment. She is now becoming an example for thousands of IPS aspirants and young people who wish to see change.
7) Archana Ramasundaram (IPS)
Archana Ramasundaram an IPS Officer, in 2016 she became the first woman to be appointed as the Director-General of the Sashastra Seema Bal, India’s paramilitary force based in Nepal and Bhutan borders. Her present job is to intervene in transborder crimes like trafficking and to monitor. Under her supervision, four new check-posts in Bihar and West Bengal have been built-up.
8) R. Sreelakha (IPS)
R. Sreelakha becomes the first IPS from Kerala Cadre and gained the highest rank in 1987. After three years, she became the first female to become superintendent of police in the state and then she becomes the first woman to be given Director General of Police rank. In Kerala, a senior officer once remarked, “A lady has come to pollute the department.” And many persons told her that becoming a police officer meant she wouldn’t find a partner. But she overcomes all this and battle for the other women to have the same opportunity she had and pushed for the police force for recruiting more women.
9) Sonia Narang (IPS)
Sonia Narang an IPS officer has been promoted to the rank of Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG) in the Crime Investigation Department (CID), the premier investigation agency that is handling many important cases. She born in Chandigarh and graduated in 1999 from Punjab University and in sociology, she is a gold medalist. She is prominent in Karnataka for honest manner and straightforward in which she has resolved many cases, and her zero tolerance for trouble makers, she believes that “all are equal before the law”.
10) Rema Rajeshwari (IPS)
Rema Rajeshwari is an Indian Police Service officer serving in Telangana. She wields her baton and pen with equal ease. From Munnar, Kerala she is the first female IPS officer an IPS topper of 2009, she held multiple challenging and dynamic positions. She empowers women to emerge as leaders and to break gender stereotypes.