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Rajasthan Cadre IPS officer Jose Mohan to join Interpol

Jose Mohan’s tenure with the Interpol will be for at least three years. The Rajasthan government is learnt to have received a request for providing a non-objection certificate (NOC) for his Interpol posting.

July 6, 2018, 11:09 am

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IPS officer Jose Mohan.

Jaipur: Rajasthan-cadre IPS officer Jose Mohan will soon join Interpol. The 2002-batch IPS officer is currently posted as superintendent of police (SP) in CBI’s anti-corruption unit in Chennai. The Rajasthan government is learnt to have received a request for providing a non-objection certificate (NOC) for his Interpol posting. He will be posted in Singapore, sources said. Jose Mohan’s tenure with the Interpol will be for at least three years. “We have received an NOC request. The NOC file is currently being processed,” said a Department of Personnel officer. Jose Mohan has been on deputation at Chennai since December, 2011. The IPS officer was posted as deputy commissioner of police, Jaipur south and SP, Jaipur south before he moved to CBI. Police commissionerate was introduced in Jaipur during his tenure as SP (South). Earlier, he was posted as SP, Dungarpur, SP ACB, SP Dausa, SP Banswara and SP Karauli.

First published: July 6, 2018