Crime, Grime & Gumption: Case Files of an IPS Officer by O.P. Singh

About the Book

A 1983 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, O.P. Singh donned various roles in the state and central services. Through his tenure, he witnessed several challenges, from the tackling of militancy in Kheri to managing disasters such as the April 2015 Nepal earthquake and the Srinagar and Chennai floods of 2014 and 2015, respectively. The Ayodhya verdict, Citizenship Amendment Act protests, the Kumbh Mela and Lok Sabha polls of 2019 all tested this officer’s mettle.

From the dusty plains of Gaya, Bihar, to the swampy and terror-infested wetlands of Lakhimpur Kheri, Uttar Pradesh, Crime, Grime and Gumption is an honest and hard-hitting account of law enforcement and governance in the Hindi belt of India. As the ‘policewallah’ gives you a peek into the world of the khaki in this memoir, you will be left thirsting for more.

O.P. Singh

About the Author

Former Indian Police Service officer O.P. SINGH has the unique distinction of having commanded three premier police organizations for close to six years. He was chief of India’s largest police force (Uttar Pradesh Police) and also the world’s stand-alone and multi-skilled response force (the National Disaster Response Force). He was also chief of the Central Industrial Security Force mandated to secure critical infrastructure and vital installations of the country. A recipient of the President’s Police Medal for Distinguished Service and Police Medal for Gallantry, Singh is recognized for his role in introducing the Police Commissionerate system in UP.

O.P. Singh

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