AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

BRIEF HISTORY OF SECURITY ASSOCIATION OF INDIA

It was founded by three promoters, Viz Mr. Vishnoo Gopal Kanetkar, IPS (Retd), Ex-D.G., Maharashtra, Mr. Sheshrao Krishna Kulkarni, and Mr. Harprakash Singh Bawa, on February 15, 1977, under the Societies Act, 1860, in Maharashtra State bearing (Regn. No. BOM 90/1977-G.B.B.S.D.). The first chairman on board was Mr. V.G. Kanetkar, IPS (Retd.), Ex-D.G.P. of Maharashtra, in 2004, followed by Chairman Commodore (Retd.) Omprakash to chair the board. The first president was Mr. S. H. Bawa, followed by Commodore Omprakash, INS (Retd.), and the next president from 2004–2005 was Mr. S. G. Sahasrabojane, IPS (Retd.). Subsequently, from 2005–2006 onwards, Mr. Gurcharan Singh Chauhan is the President in the chair.

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:

The principal aims and objectives of the association are:

  • To promote the sciences of investigation and security.
  • To diffuse and promote knowledge and education in the spheres of investigation and security.
  • To encourage high standards of service and equipment required by the security industry and to encourage research and development of mechanical, electronic, and other equipment.
  • To maintain the highest traditions of truth, sincerity, and integrity and to give to the clients efficient and honest service in the spheres of investigation and security.
  • To create and promote bonds of goodwill, friendship, and cooperation among all those who practice the professions of investigation and security.