SOME Old Circulars; 'Vilambarangal;PHOTOS' of Travancore-[19 th and 20th century]from internet

ancient documents were collected from the Kerala State Archeological Department, Public libraries all over Kerala in order to meet the purpose of starting a new museum   for the police                                         [collected from internet]




Police Museum


                                         1869

                                                                   1869















1940-(SECOND WORLD WAR PERIOD);ENEMY SUBMARINE NEAR MUTTAM



  (SECOND WORLD WAR PERIOD-SIGHTING OF A SUSPICIOUS AIR PLANE AT KOLACHAL)










From the Police Album






LATE TRAVANCORE MAHARAJA; SRI CHITHIRA THIRUNAL IS WITH THE TURBAN



The great eruption of Mappila rebellion forced the authority to create a strength of 600 constables in addition to the British and the Indian officers. The then South Malabar Police Superintendent Mr. Hitchcock organised a new Police force on the model of the British Army which came into existence on 30th September, 1921 as Malabar Special Police. Hitchcock himself was the first Commandant of M.S.P. In 1932 the strength of the force was increased to 16 companies.


POLICE STADIUM PALAYAM -ALSO KNOWN AS CHANDRASEKHARAN NAIR STADIUM IN MEMORY OF FORMER I.G.
[THIS WAS AN OPEN GROUND FOR DAILY PARADE BY TRAVANCORE RAJA'S PRIVATE ARMY CONTROLLED BY ENGLISH OFFICERS; CALLED NAIR SOLDIERS OR NAIR PATTALAM . THEY WERE STATIONED  AT PALAYAM -CANTONEMENT -TRIVANDRUM -THIRUANANDAPURAM]
BEHIND THE OLD TILED MOSQUE CAN BE SEEN; BEFORE IT WAS REPLACED; BY THE MODERN MOSQUE WITH MINARETS


MALABAR SPECIAL POLICE [M S P ]WITH ENGLISH OFFICERS




                                                                M.S.P.POLICE







A.R.P. (ARMED RESERVE POLICE);SHOWING FIRE FIGHTING; IN FRONT OF; OLD Y.M.C.A. BUILDING;AT TRIVANDRUM-THIRU ANANTHA PURAM(BEHIND SECRETARIAT BUILDING)


Photos of Cochin State Forces[CLICK TO ENLARGE]
From the Police Album



Historical Events
Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru at the Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium, during the All - India Police Meet

Pope's Visit to Kerala
 . 
Smt. Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister of India opening the first Women Police Station in Kozhikode in 1973
Police Medals