The All India Police Sports Control Board is a registered body registered under Society Registration Act 1957 vide Registration No. S2853 of 1965 dated October 20, 1965 under the name All India Police Sports Control Board.
Director Intelligence Bureau is the ex-officio Chairman of the aforesaid Board and Shri P.K. Bhardwaj, IPS, Joint Director, IB has been nominated by the Chairman as Secretary of the Board. The activities of All India Police Sports Control Board are carried out by the governing body of All India Police Sports Control Board comprising of 10 members each including Chairman and the Secretary. The members of the Board are elected for a period of two years. The last election for the present Board Members was held during the DGP/IGP Conference-2015.
The aims and objectives of the Board is to organise and conduct All India Police Games and the All India Police Duty Meet once in a year on rotation basis and any other event connected with athletics, sports, games or professional Policing with a view to achieve the following objectives :
At present 48 States/UT Police forces and Central Police Forces are Members of these Boards.
At present a total of 28 events/Cluster of events are being conducted by various States/UT Police forces and CPOs on rotation basis, under the aegis of All India Police Sports Control Board & Central Coordination Committee of All India Police Duty Meet. Around 12,000 sportspersons (Men & Women) representing various States and CPOs take part in various sporting disciplines each year. It is also pertinent to mention here that during the last Joint Meeting held on April 04, 2015, DIB & Chairman of All India Police Sports Control Board & Central Coordinating Committee of All India Police Duty Meet decided to raise annual financial assistance substantially (Double the amount given in 2011). This would be effective w.e.f. the Sporting event-2015.
AIPSCB is affiliated to following thirteen All India Sporting Federations:
Besides above, the All India Police Sports Control Board also fields an Indian Police team in the biannual World Police and Fire Games being organised at different locations around the World. In addition to above the All India Police Sports Control Board organises coaching camps for selected Police sportspersons before commencement of National Championships to which the Police Sports Control Board has affiliation and fields the Police team. The All India Police Sports Control Board provides full kit items and diet money (for 30 days) as decided in the Board Members meeting held on April 04, 2015, to those sportsperson participating in various National Championships and gives cash rewards to medal winners of National Championship to the tune of Rs.35,000/- for Gold, Rs.20,000/- for Silver and Rs.15,000/- for Bronze medals. The Board also arranges for dope testing during various sporting events conducted under the aegis of AIPSCB.
To reorganise efforts by various sportspersons, the All India Police Sports Control Board provides cash rewards to those sportspersons who secure Gold, Silver and Bronze medals in Olympics, Asian Games and Commonwealth Games as per the following details:-
|Olympics||Rs. 05 lacs||Rs. 03 lacs||Rs. 02 lacs|
|Asian Games||Rs. 03 lacs||Rs. 02 lacs||Rs. 01 lacs|
|Commonwealth Games||Rs. 03 lacs||Rs. 02 lacs||Rs. 01 lacs|
In addition, the All India Police Sports Control Board provides Rs. 1,50,000/- to winner of Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award and Rs. 1,00,000/- to winner of Arjuna Awards from the corpus of the Indian Police Sports Control Board. The Joint Meeting also approved Rs.50,000/- for the winners of Dronacharya and Dhyan Chand award winners. This would be applicable w.e.f. 2015.
To create fervor among the youth of India towards football and create a mass movement, with the ultimate objective being to give an opportunity to every child of the country to play football.