S. Jogesh, Superintendent of Police, Vigilance and Anti-Corruption Bureau, has been awarded the President�s police medal for distinguished service.
He is a recipient of the President�s medal for meritorious service in 1997. In 2006, Mr. Jogesh was conferred the IPS. Mr. Jogesh was given the award in recognition of his honesty in work and investigative skills.
P. Krishnan Nair, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Special Branch Crime Investigation Department, has been awarded the President�s police medal for distinguished service.
He joined the State police as a Sub-Inspector in 1987. During his service, Mr. Nair earned 44 good service entries, two appreciations and several cash awards.
He successfully investigated several sensational cases, including the Aluva highway robbery case and the death of Swamy Sashwatheekananda. Mr. Nair is a former 400 m race national champion.
N. Raveendran Nair, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Central Bureau of Investigation, Anti-Corruption Branch, Chennai, has been awarded the President�s police medal for meritorious service. He is a resident of Chirayankeezhu.
Varghese Thomas, Deputy Superintendent of Police, NRI Cell, has been awarded the police medal for meritorious service.
As an intelligence officer on deputation to the Narcotic Control Bureau, Mr. Thomas was instrumental in seizing crores of rupees worth of drugs, including contraband heroin smuggled in from Pakistan and Afghanistan.
B. Varghese, Assistant Commissioner of Police, Traffic, Thiruvananthapuram South, has been awarded the police medal for meritorious service.
R. Janardhanan Cheittiyar, ASI, City Police Control Room has been selected for the Chief Minister�s Police Medal. The others selected include S. Ramesh Kumar also of City Police Control Room and C. Binu, City Traffic Police Station.