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15 cops from Kerala get President’s police medal

 Two police officers from the state have won this year’s President’s police medal for distinguished service.

Published: 15th August 2019 05:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th August 2019 05:14 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Two police officers from the state have won this year’s President’s police medal for distinguished service. They are U Abdul Karim, District Police Chief, Malappuram, and T S Gopakumar, Assistant Security Commissioner, Railway Protection Force (RPF), Thiruvananthapuram Division. Gopakumar is now the Assistant Security Commissioner, RPF Ernakulam. 

A total of 13 police officers from the state have won the President’s police medal for meritorious service. They are B Radhakrishna Pillai, DySP, Crime Branch, Kollam; C Bhanumathi, Inspector of Police, Woman Cell, Kasaragod; C D Sreenivasan, Assistant Commissioner of Police, District Crime Branch, Thrissur City; K V Vijayan, Superintendent of Police (Retired), SB CID, Ernakulam Range; Prejish Thottathil, ACP, Control Room, Nadapuram; P V Wilson , Commandant,  KAP-I; V N Saji, DySP, District Crime Records Bureau, Alappuzha; S Surendran, DIG, Thrissur Range; A S Sunil Lal, Sub Inspector (Retired) , city shadow police team, Thiruvananthapuram; P Mohandas, Assistant Sub Inspector, Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau, Malappuram; Sreerama Telengala, Assistant Commandant, Malabar Special Police; Madanan Nair G, Armed Police SI (Retired), KAP 5; and C P Santhosh Kumar, Assistant Sub Inspector, Malappuram.



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