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|Operations jurisdiction||Mizoram, IN|
|Governing body||Home Ministry, Government of Mizoram|
|General nature||• Local civilian agency|
|Headquarters||PHQ, Khatla, Aizawl, Mizoram|
|Parent agency||Home Department, Govt. of Mizoram|
The administrative control of Mizoram Police vests with the Home Minister of Mizoram who holds the portfolio of Home Minister. The supervision and coordination of Police is done by the Home Department, Govt. of Mizoram. The force is headed by Mr. Balaji Srivasta, IPS. Mizoram is divided into Eight Districts, Each District is headed by one Superintendent of Police.
|Rank||Additional Superintendent of Police||Deputy Superintendent of Police|
|Rank||Inspector of Police||Assistant Inspector of Police2||Sub-Inspector of Police||Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police||Police Head Constable3||Senior Police Constable3||Police Constable|
Mizoram Police has two (2) Training Centres. The two training centres are at Mualvum and Thenzawl. Currently, Police Training Centre Thenzawl is the active training centre for its general employees. Officer cadres are sent for training at North East Police Academy (NEPA).
General Basic training courses are for nine (9) months.
Mizoram Police under Police Modernization Scheme runs Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems which links every Police station in Mizoram through Wide Area Network (WAN).
Government of Mizoram established Forensic Science Laboratory under the administrative control of Police Department Vide Notification No. A/12034/1/97-HMP dated 31/7/2000. Forensic Science Laboratory, Mizoram started functioning initially with only one division i.e. chemistry, Mizoram FSL now have 7(seven) divisions viz. Chemistry, Questioned Document, Ballistics & Toolmarks, Fingerprint, Photography, DNA/Serology and Toxicology, and headed by Director rank Forensic Scientist. The Laboratory was upgraded to a full-fledged Directorate in March, 2015 which is in par with the guidelines of National Human Rights Commission.
|Vehicle||Country of origin||Type||Notes||Picture|
|Tata Sumo Victa||Republic of India||Patrol Car||Used by City Police Patrol|
|Maruti Gypsy||Republic of India||Escorts|Patrol Car||Used by Multiple|
|Mahindra Bolero||Republic of India||Patrol Jeep|Officials||Used by Multiple|
|Hyundai Verna||South Korea||Official Car|
|Tata 207 Vajra||Republic of India||Riot Vehicle||Used by MAP and MRP Riot Police|
|Tata 407 Tow Truck||Republic of India||Tow Truck||Used by the Traffic Department|
|Tata Sumo Armoured||Republic of India||Special||Used by Escorts and Special Units|
|Royal Enfield Electra 350||Republic of India||Patrol Bike||Used by Traffic Police Department|