Welcome to the official website of Bangladesh police, Rajshahi Range. As a professional law enforcing agency our objective is to prevent and control crime, detection of crime and to the apprehend the criminals before the learned court. With the advancement of ICT, modus operandi and criminal behaviors are being evolved. So police need to update and upgrade with it. Modern policing is community based and pro people oriented. Bangladesh police is long being working to transform itself from a so called ‘police force’ to a “police service”. For this regard “digital policing” would be helpful to serve the people. This new approach would surely reduce the crime rates which will make Bangladesh a better and safer place. Aligning with the Bangladesh Government policy of the vision 2021 and 2041, we are progressively marching ahead to provide cost effective and sustainable ICT based police services to the community and trying to win the trust and confidence of the people. I hope this website would be able to facilitate the people to interact with the ICT based activity of the police in Rajshahi Range.
I also believe that this website would be able to implement the vision 2021 and the dream of digital Bangladesh.
Joypurhat District (rajshahi division) area 965.44 sq km, located in between 24°51' and 25°17' north latitudes and in between 88°17' and 88°55' east longitudes. It is bounded by dinajpur district on the north, naogaon and bogra districts on the south, Bogra and gaibandha districts on the east, Naogaon district and west bengal state of India on the west.
Population Total 846696; male 434616, female 412080; Muslim 758324, Hindu 76033, Buddhist 4715, Christian 183 and others 7441. Indigenous communities such as santal, munda, oraon, Koch rajbangshi belong to this upazila.
Water bodies Main rivers: little jamuna, Tulsi Ganga, Harabati.
Administration During the period from 1971 to 1984 Joypurhat was a Sub-division under Bogra district; it was turned into a district in 1984. Of the five upazilas of the district panchbibi is the largest (278.53 sq km, it occupies 28.85% of the total area of the district) and akkelpur is the smallest upazila (139.47 sq km).