Meet Top 5 Famous Mumbai based women ACPs of Mumbai Police read their Sucess story here on International Women’s Day

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Meet Top 5 Famous Mumbai based women ACPs of Mumbai Police read their Sucess story here on International Women’s Day

Inspirational Journey
By Huma M Rizvi
On the occasion of International Women’s Day Hello Mumbai Editor-In-Chief Aleem Shaikh and Entire Team Wishes All Women Happy Women’s Day. Every year, March 8 is celebrated as International Women’s Day across the world to promote women’s rights and honour their achievements across the political, economic, social and cultural spheres. This day is a reminder of the grit and determination of women all across the world. There is no force more powerful than a woman’s determination to rise.
Let me introduce you to Gems of Assistant Commissioner of Police, (ACPs) who have been working in the Maharashtra State Police Force for the last many years.

Let us have a look at their success stories..

ACP Maya More:

ACP Maya H More Currently posted at Yellow Gate Division

She has received more than 161 awards and citations for his outstanding performance in the police force. Few of her awards are as follows She has been Hon. for quality service in police force. President’s Police Medal: 15 August 2023 (President Medal),
The Pride of India Award by Chief Minister Smt. Sheela Dixit New Delhi, Savitri’s Lekki Award, Queen of Jhansi Award Chief Guest from Evolve Business School Dr. Women Achievers Award by Kiran Bandi, Awarded “Outstanding Women Police Officer State Level Award” dated 17/01/2024 on behalf of Maharashtra Mahila Vikas Mancha on behalf of Maharashtra Mahila Vikas Mancha for outstanding service in police department. She has also been interviewed by many TV shows and channels. She has been an inspiration to many of the young police officers.

ACP Shabana Shaikh :

Shabana Shaikh Currently posted at Western Region Control Room.

Shabana Shaikh: She is the first woman in-charge officer in the history of the station where she had joined as a senior police inspector. She was also the first Muslim woman to become a police officer from her district, Ahmednagar. She has served in the SB-I i.e. the special branch of the Mumbai Police as an inspector. She comes from a humble background however her parents ensured that their kids were educated. After her masters, she joined the police force. She cracked the sub-inspector exam and pursued an LLB. She was felicitated by Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh for investigation and conviction in a case of Nagpada. She’s had a significant impact within her area of responsibility on mandated policing tasks.

ACP Shobha Pise:

Shobha Pise Currently posted at Tardeo Division

Following the footsteps of Kiran Bedi an Borwanjar madam, Shobhaji was selected as police sub inspector in 1990. When she saw Neelam Jadhav being appreciated so much in her district Shobhaji was more inspired and decided to join the forces. After getting trained in Nashik she was posted at the Mumbai Airport but that was not enough she wanted to work in police station. She requested Honorable Commissioner of Police and was transferred to Colaba Police Station.

According to her,In my service of 34 years I have filed and solved many different crimes. I have tried to give justice to many women, elderly people, and children. Women face many hardships but inspiration comes from other women officers who have faced so many challenges but still are successful.

ACP Surekha Baburao Kapile :

Surekha Baburao Currently posted at Marol LA

Surekha Bapurao Kapile: With the experience of more than 35 years Surekha has been living her life be it personal or professional, to the fullest. Surekha completed her B.Sc., L.L.B. first before joining Mumbai police force as a PSI, in June 1989. Juhu, Crime Branch, Nirmalnagar, Mumbai Traffic New Mumbai Turbhe, Nerul etc few of her postings. As a ACP, she worked in Mumbai Railways and Bhandup Division and Currently she is working as ACP at Marol LA IV. A basketball player and an Athletic champion has done three encounters of members of Gawali gang in 1996. She helped thousands of people with food, medicines etc at the times of COVID, many rewards have been showered on her. Her family being her biggest strength she believes that women should live with dignity at the same time cooperate and respect each other. Being strong headed she never faced any difficulties during her time in the force. On the occasion on International Women Day she sends a strong message that Educate and strengthen girl child, Be postive Don’t lose Confidence and Trust in System. Every day is women’s day.

Rehana Gafur Shaikh:

Rehana Gafur Shaikh Currently post at Raj Bhavan

She started her journey as a Police Sub Inspector in 1989. Hailing from the vibrant city of Sangli, her roots are deeply embedded in a family with a strong military background. Her father, an ex-military man, instilled in me the values of discipline and resilience, shaping me into the person she is today. The character of a lady police officer portrayed in the television serial ‘UDAAN’ served as a profound source of inspiration that fuelled her ambition to become a police officer. The portrayal highlighted not only the strength and resilience of women in law enforcement but also their ability to bring about positive change within their communities. During her journey she had the privilege of contributing to various critical cases that have tested my skills and dedication. Notably, she was an integral part of the team involved in the high-profile Lokhandwala Shootout, demonstrating the importance of swift and strategic action in volatile situations. She says, remember that everyone’s journey is unique, and there is no one-size-fits-all formula for success. Be true to yourself, stay open to opportunities, and enjoy the process of growth and self-discovery.

So guys we hope you will inspire from them and will encourage you to join police force.

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