What Does CBI Stand for?

CBI Stand for Central Bureau of Investigation.

What is CBI?

CBI ''Means Central Bureau of Investigation'' is one of the Best investigation agencies in India which deals in national and international issues. This agency is well known for its standards of investigations and it deals with Complicated and highest-profile cases & it was Formed in 1941.

 When was CBI Formed?

(CBI) Central Bureau of Investigation was Formed in 1941 as Special Police Establishment. The headquarter of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is Situated in Jawaher Lal Nehru stadium New Delhi.  

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History of CBI?

CBI Central Bureau of Investigation was Formed in 1941 as Special Police Establishment. The main purpose to make this Organization is to tackle the issues like Bribery and other government Corruption. this Organization has solved many Complicated issues and solve many cases and make its own Reputation in the Eyes of everyone.

 Now everyone gives Respect to this organization. due to its Best Performance, it was decided that other issues like Murder, Kidnapping, terrorism and other crimes issues are Given to this Organization.

 these authorities are given to the Central Bureau of Investigation in 1965 and also gives rights to solve International cases. The headquarter of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is Situated in Jawaher Lal Nehru stadium New Delhi

There are no personal Uniforms for the CBI Officers so they are always in Civil uniforms so they can not be identified easily. They always solve cases hiddenly so they always look like civilians.

What does CBI do? 

CBI only deals with Bribery and other government Corruption at the time of its Establishment.

Due to its Best Performance, it was decided that other issues like Murder, Kidnapping, terrorism and other crimes issues are Given to this Organization.  

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Why CBI is Preferred for Investigation?

(CBI)  the central bureau of investigation is always preferred for investigation for more complex and high profile cases due to the following reasons given below.

  • Standard  Operating Procedure
  • Multi-Layered Supervision
  • The CBI Manual
  • Investigating Wing & Prosecution Wing
  • No Political Influence

1. Standard  Operating Procedure

The Investigation Process of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is done in a professional manner. CBI has its own Standard Operating Procedure and according to that procedures, all officers work. there is a fair investigation team is established.

 Supervisory offices review these investigations once a month and according to that supervision, the progress report is formed.

2. Multi-Layered Supervision

CBI uses Multi-layered Supervision to solve the issues & the minimum layer of supervision is 2 and the maximum layer is 9. The maximum layer is used for Big Crimes like any Political issues & very high-profile cases.

3. The CBI Manual

The CBI Central Bureau of Investigation manual is always in Written form and well document there is No oral instruction used in CBI.

4. Investigating Wing & Prosecution Wing

The Investigating Officer and law officer work together from the filing of (FIR) first investigating report to resolve the case so during the case if Investigation officer have any doubt so they can contact Prosecution officer but law officer have no authority to contact with investigating officer.

The team of Central Bureau of Investigation officers is unknown to each other they are selected as a team for a particular so they can work easily.

5. No Political Influence

there is no political influence on the officers of the Central Bureau of Investigation so they can work freely without any interference. they are acquired from different regions of the country so they have no personal benefits.