I was caught by police for Blacking Cricket match tickets and was taken to police station.Police registered a Petty Case against me,recorded my name & address in their record register and detained me in their office room for almost five hours.I was then left by signing Bail Bond Papers and had to pay a fine of Rs.500.
The P.S. where this case is registered is in Kolkata and I stay in a Suburban town almost 40 kms from Kolkata and in a different jurisdictional area.Will they inform this registered Petty Case to the Local P.S. where I reside and will the Local P.S. have this case in their records?
I am very much worried about the Police Verification procedure coz I have been selected as a Bank PO.Please help with replies and suggestions.I am very much anxious and depressed thinking I might lose my Bank job.
No, don't scare nothing wrong will be happen on your police verification, you don't disclose any thing yourself to your local police of your jurisdiction, otherwise they will black mail you and will dragged huge money from you, there is nothing in police verification police only check your residence address and may ask from your neighbour about your character and take undertaking from you and your neighbours that's all .
Thanks for your comment Mr.Joshi. Highly appreciated Sir.
Yes Mr. Kumar Doab I am worried about whether the Kolkata P.S. will intimate this Petty Case to my local P.S. and whether the local Police will have it in their records.
Which bank is it?Such police verifications are a formality.May never take place at all. If you have no pending case or never been convicted of a crime then be assured no problems will be caused.
who told you it is mre formality.
attestion form is filled and it is sent through respective DC to all the police station where he had permanently lived or has permanent address. Police comes and meets the candidates and tehn based n their record they certify that no criminal reocrd is available on the candidate.
wheever anyone is accused in any thana his area thana is informed. So record of his being on bail is aught to be available with police.