Board Of Directors
Inspector General of Police, Bangladesh
Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPMChairman
Inspector General of Bangladesh Police Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun BPM (Bar), PPM is one of the most talented, innovative, tech-savvy, dedicated civil servants who stand to be the glaring inspiration for the new generation officers. In his long and eventful career, he has truly become an icon and idol of Bangladesh Police by virtue of his outstanding performance, impeccable integrity and utmost professionalism.
Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPMwas born on 12 January 1964 in a respectable Muslimfamily of Shreehail village under Sullah, Sunamgonj. Hecompleted his Master’s degree with Honors in Sociologyfrom Chittagong University. He joined Bangladesh Police asAssistant Superintendent of Police in 1989.
Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPM was appointed as Inspector General of Police, Bangladesh on September 30, 2022.
In his long illustrious career, Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al- Mamun has served various important units of Bangladesh Police notably Police Headquarters, Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Armed Police Battalion and different districts. His glorious career has been furnished with assignments like Assistant Commissioner of DMP, ASP of APBn, Circle ASP of Brahmanbaria, Sirajganj and Chandpur district, Additional SP of Chandpur district and Assistant Deputy Commissioner of DMP. He also served as Superintendent of Police of Nilphamari district, Deputy Commissioner of DMP, AIG (Establishment) and AIG (Confidential) at Police Headquarters. Later he served Dhaka Range as Additional DIG. As Deputy Inspector General he was the first to serve Mymensingh Range. He served in various important capacities like DIG Operations, DIG Administration at PHQ and DIG, Dhaka Range. On promotion he served as Additional Inspector General, HRM at Police Headquarters and later on successfully led Criminal Investigation Department (CID). Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM (Bar), PPM served as Director General, Rapid Action Battalion forces, the elite force of Bangladesh Police from April 15, 2020 to September 29, 2022.
During the tenure as Head of CID (Addl. IGP) Mr. Mamun made all out efforts to expedite the process for enhancing the capacity building of Central Forensic Laboratory as well as Laboratories located at different Divisional Headquarters. The RAB Forces have played an important role in containing terrorists, pirates and militants, during his tenure as Director General of RAB Forces. Mr. Mamun is one of the pioneering officers who took most innovative and robust initiatives to combat extremism, terrorism and drugs. He took holistic awareness campaign against religious extremism, terrorism, drug trafficking, transnational crimes, cyber-crimes and the like. He always chose to lead from the front through his outstanding performance. Under his able guidance, RAB has done commendable job in combating Covid-19.
In recognition of his outstanding contribution anddistinguished service to Bangladesh Police, he has beenawarded the prestigious ‘Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM)’in 2018 & 2021 and ‘President Police Medal (PPM) – Service’in 2010.
IGP Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun BPM (Bar), PPM hada distinguished career in United Nations peacekeepingmission in Bosnia Herzegovina, Liberia and Darfur, Sudanwhere he was awarded with the United Nations medal forhis outstanding contribution.
He attended quite a few prestigious professional trainings both at home and abroad. Mr. Mamun likes travelling. He traveled around 30 countries throughout the globe.
In personal life, Mr. Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Mamun, BPM(Bar), PPM is happily married to Dr. Tayyaba Musarrat Jaha Chowdhury and blessed with two sons and a daughter.
Additional IG (Admin), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Md Kamrul Ahsan, BPM (Bar)Director
Mr. Md Kamrul Ahsan, BPM (Bar), Additional Inspector General (Administration), Bangladesh Police, was born on 20 January 1966 in Chandpur. He joined Bangladesh Police Service as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) through 12th BCS in 1991.
Mr. Ahsan did B.Sc Ag (Hons) from Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh. Later, he completed MBA from Southeast University.
He has served in many important capacities including SP Shariatpur, Chattogram and Jashore. He also acted as Police Commissioner, Sylhet Metropolitan Police (SMP); Range DIG, Sylhet; and DIG, Railway Police. Later, as Additional IGP, he commanded Anti-Terrorism Unit (ATU) for more than 2 years before taking over as Additional IGP, Administration at Police HQ on 4 September 2022.
Mr. Ahsan took part in a number of professional training courses, workshops, seminars and conferences both at home and abroad. He is credited with publication of a lot of articles on Beat Policing, Community Policing, Dispute Resolution etc. in reputed national dailies and magazines. His writings on ‘Green Marketing in Bangladesh’ and ‘Critical Analysis of the Causes and Effects of Women and Child Trafficking: Bangladesh Perspective’ were published in the journal of Police Staff College Bangladesh.
His bright career has also been ornamented with different vital and strategic foreign appointments at both command & control and policy levels. During his stint with UNAMSIL in Sierra Leone, he held the position of UNPOL Deputy Team Leader in Kenema Province. He successfully led Bangladesh Police contingent in UN mission in Sudan (UNMIS) as Civpol Advisor. For his outstanding contributions to peacekeeping, he was decorated twice with UN Medals.
Mr. Ahsan has been awarded Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) twice in recognition of his outstanding service and professional standards. He also won IGP’s Good Service Badge twice and IGP Shield for Best Academic performance during Basic Training at BPA, Sardah.
Mr. Kamrul Ahsan devised the concept of ‘Beat Policing at Union level’ and propagated the same throughout Sylhet Division with a view to reaching out policing services to the grassroots. He also developed and fostered of the concept of ‘Long-standing dispute resolution’, which contributed to marked reduction in murder cases alongside improved law and order. Additionally, he was engaged in the promotion and management of Community Policing through a wide range of activities including holding of rallies and conferences, police-people cooperation meetings, organizing committees, publishing Community Policing magazines, distribution of items to conduct night patrol by citizens etc.
Mr. Ahsan planned and infused insights into the publication of a book titled “Extremism and Terrorism in the Eye of Islam”, a counter-narrative against frequently used extremist version of narratives, published by ATU in July 2022.
He participated in a number of professional and skill development training courses like Basic Training at BPA, Sardah; Foundation Training at BPATC, Savar; Police Command & Management Course, Transnational & Economic Crime Course and Leadership & Management Development Course at Police Staff College, Dhaka. He also attended Asia Region Head of Criminal Intelligence Working Group (Vietnam), Threat Assessment & Intelligence Analysis Course (Malaysia), High-level Course on Police, Civil & Military Relation (Italy), Anti-Terrorism Instructor Development Course, NESA Executive Seminar and Int’l Executive Combating Terrorism Seminar (USA) etc. and many online courses run by Peace Operation Training Institution, Williamsburg, VA, USA and the UN.
Addl. IGP (Administration) Mr. Md Kamrul Ahsan, BPM (Bar) is happily married to Advocate Munmun Ahsan and blessed with three sons.
Additional IG, Director General, Rapid Action Battalion
Mr. M Khurshid Hossain, BPM (Bar), PPMDirector
M Khurshid Hossain BPM (Bar), PPM was born on 5 June 1964 in a respectable Muslim family in Gopalganj, Bangladesh. He completed his Master’s degree with Honors in Marketing from Dhaka University. He joined Bangladesh Civil Service as Assistant Superintendent of Police on 20 January 1991. He received 06 (six) months BMTC course from Bangladesh Military Academy and 01 (one) year basic raining from Bangladesh Police Academy, Sardah, Rajshahi.
M Khurshid Hossain BPM (Bar), PPM has served in various mportant units of Bangladesh Police where he proved his rofessionalism, dedication and excellence. In his glorious areer he has served as AC, ADC and DC of DMP, as Additional SP of Comilla and Pabna and Superintendent of Police of Chuadanga, Pabna, Moulvibazar and Madaripur District. He has also served as Additional DIG and DIG of Rajshahi Range and as AIG, DIG and Additional IGP in Police Headquarters.
M Khurshid Hossain BPM (Bar), PPM is currently serving as the Director General of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), the elite force of Bangladesh Police from 30 September 2022. He has ornamented and flourished himself with various professional training from home and abroad. He has visited over 20 countries in his official capacities among which the mentionable are: Australia, Albania, Brazil, China, Colombia, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Macedonia, Malaysia, Singapore, Switzerland, Turkey, Thailand, United States, United Kingdom and United Arab Emirates.
M Khurshid Hossain BPM (Bar), PPM has served in the UN Peacekeeping Mission in Kosovo (MITRAVISA) as the Contingent Commander of Bangladesh Police Contingent.
M Khurshid Hossain BPM (Bar), PPM has been blessed with different accolades, awards and medals for his outstanding and glorious professionalism and dedication; among which UN Peace Medal, “Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM)” and “President Police Medal (PPM) are mentionable.
M Khurshid Hossain BPM (Bar), PPM is happily married to Mrs. Dilruba Khurshid and blessed with two sons. His eldest son M Abir Hossain is serving in Bangladesh Army as Captain. Youngest son M Tanvir Hossain has completed his graduation in Bachelor of Computer Science.
Additional IG (Special Branch), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Md. Monirul Islam, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar),Director
Mr. Md. Monirul Islam, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar) was born in 1970 in Gopalganj district. He obtained his HSC from Dhaka College and his BA and MA in English from Dhaka University. He joined the Bangladesh Police in 1995, securing first place in the 15th BCS Police Cadre. In addition to participating in various trainings at home and abroad to achieve professional excellence, he did earn an MSS in Criminology and Criminal Justice from the Department of Criminology, Dhaka University, a Postgraduate Diploma in Genocide Studies from the Center for Genocide Studies (CGS), and an LLB (Honors) from Northumbria University, United Kingdom. Apart from his official assignment, he is an adjunct faculty member at the Department of Criminology at Dhaka University.
Over the course of his 27-year career, Mr. Monirul Islam worked in a variety of field-level units in different capacities and demonstrated his utmost competency and professionalism. As a result, he has been decorated for many important posts in various police units. He worked in the Detective Branch of the Dhaka Metropolitan Police from 2009 to 2016, where he took that unit to new heights by uncovering the secrets of hundreds of clueless and sensational cases and apprehending the most notorious criminals, including some members of extremist groups. He also served as a spokesperson for the Dhaka Metropolitan Police from October 2010 to March 2021. During this time, he took part in more than five hundred press briefings and talk shows on various electronic and print media at home and abroad.
A specialized unit the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime Unit (CTTC) was formed under the DMP in February 2016 with the fervent effort of Mr. Monirul Islam to combat extremism and terrorism. He assumed responsibility for the CTTC as its founding head and served for five consecutive years. Under his strong leadership, the CTTC was able to effectively control terrorism in coordination with other police units and intelligence agencies by conducting numerous high-risk operations against extremist groups across the country. Bangladesh has been recognized as a “role model” in the fight against extremism around the world.
Mr. Monirul Islam is regarded as one of the premier counterterrorism experts, both at the domestic and international levels, with substantial professional and academic knowledge. Considering his extensive expertise in combating extremism and terrorism, numerous of his articles, research papers, and books have already been published both nationally and internationally. He writes frequently about extremism and terrorism and appears as an expert panelist at seminars, symposia, workshops, and conferences hosted by domestic and international organizations. As an invited visitor, he has shared his perspectives and experiences with Scotland Yard, the FBI, the NYPD, and Interpol, among several others.
Mr. Monirul Islam’s books, papers, and articles include Emerging Trends of Terrorism in Bangladesh and Counter Approaches; Preventing Violent Extremism and Peacebuilding: Perspectives and Prospects ; Women in Terrorism: Bangladesh Perspective; The Looming Threat of Lone-Wolf Terrorism: A Critical Study in Bangladesh; Terrorism in Bangladesh: A Practitioner’s Lookout; Terrorists’ Exploitation of Social Media: A Critical Study on Bangladesh; Terrorism in Bangladesh: The Process of Radicalization and Youth Vulnerabilities; Ensuring Life without Terror: Responses to Terrorism in Bangladesh; Violent Extremism in Bangladesh: A Reader (Volume I-V), and many others.
Mr. Islam is affiliated with numerous service organizations, alumni groups, and non-profit advisory bodies. He is on his second term as president of the Bangladesh Police Service Association (BPSA). He served the BPSA successfully twice as general secretary and three times as vice president. Additionally, he has been the president of the 15th BCS Forum for four consecutive terms. Moreover, he serves as an honorary advisor to the Bangladesh Peace Observatory (a think tank affiliated with the Centre for Genocide Studies at the University of Dhaka) and the Center for Social Advocacy and Research Foundation (a Bangladesh-based think tank specializing in research and security threat analysis).
Mr. Monirul Islam is one of the most brilliant and highly decorated police officers in the Bangladesh Police. He has been awarded the Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) and President Police Medal (PPM) several times in recognition of his outstanding contribution and exemplary services to the Bangladesh Police.
Mr. Islam is an avid reader and takes particular interest in criminology, terrorism and extremism, state security and policies, and international relations. He is happily married to Ms. Saila Farzana, Joint Secretary of the Bangladesh government, and blessed with a son and a daughter.
Additional IG (Anti Terrorism Unit), Bangladesh Police
Mr. S M Ruhul AminDirector
Mr. S M Ruhul Amin has been serving as Chief of Anti Terrorism Unit, Bangladesh Police since September 2022. Prior to his present appointment, he served as Additional Inspector General, Finance & Development, Human Resource Management, Logistics & Asset Acquisition for more than two years.
In the span of thirty one years career, he served in different units in various capacities ranging from ASP to DIG. As ASP and Addl. SP, Mr. Amin served in several districts, DMP, APBN, Police Staff College and Police Headquarters. He commanded three districts as Superintendent of Police (Rajbari, Jhalokati and Sylhet) and as Deputy Commissioner of CMP. He enriched his experience by working in Chattogram Range Police as Addl. DIG, Police Headquarters as Addl. DIG. He has the experience of leading Railway Police, Dhaka as Deputy Inspector General of Police, Barisal Metropolitan Police as Police Commissioner. He also enriched his experience by working in Police Headquarters as DIG (Media & Planning) and DIG (Human Resource). Born in Gopalganj district, Mr. Amin graduated with BSS honors in International Relations from Dhaka University and MSS in International Relations from Dhaka University. He joined Bangladesh Civil Service as ASP in 1991. Like his bright academic career, he started displaying his merit, sincerity and dedication right from the Basic Training at BPA, Sardah.
Mr. Amin also made his contribution in the international arena. He served as CPPO at UN Peacekeeping Mission in Angola (MONUA), as Rotation Officer & Deputy Chief of Rotation in Kosovo (UNMIK), Team Leader & Chief, FPU Liaison Office in South Sudan (ONUCI). He also held the responsibility of Contingent Commander of Bangladesh Contingent in Cote d’Ivoire. In recognition of his service he was awarded with UN Medals in the Missions.
Mr. Amin is an enthusiastic person, open to learn and enrich himself. He attended a number of professional courses in home and abroad. In personal life, he is blessed with one daughter & one son.
Additional IG (L & AA), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Md. Mazharul IslamDirector
Mr. Md. Mazharul Islam joined in Bangladesh Police in 1991 as Assistant Superintendent of Police. Before his promotion as Additional IG in November, 2020, served in different capacities like, Assistant Superintendent of Police, Additional Superintendent of Police, Superintendent of Police, Additional Deputy Inspector General of Police and Deputy Inspector General of Police in different units of Bangladesh Police.
At present, Mr. Md. Mazharul lslam, Additional IGP (Logistics and Asset Acquisition), Police Headquarters, Bangladesh Police, is responsible to supervise, Logistics, Transport, Equipment, ICT and Supply section of Bangladesh Police.
He played a pivotal role for the reform in the recruitment system of Constable, Sub-Inspector and Sargent, departmental promotion examination and training in Bangladesh Police during his tenure as Additional IGP (HRM).
He was deputed in the United Nations Peace Keeping Operations in East Timor and Liberia for more than four years during 2000-2007.
He did his BSC Ag (Honors) and MBA in Bangladesh and Masters of Science in Information Systems and e-Government under CHEVENING Scholarship program in the United Kingdom.
He also took part in a number of professional courses, workshops and training programs at home and abroad.
Additional IG (Crime & Operations), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Md. Atiqul Islam, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar)Director
Mr. Md. Atiqul Islam, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar), Additional Inspector General (Crime & Operations), Bangladesh Police was born on 10 June 1966 in Rangpur, Bangladesh. He joined Bangladesh Police Services on 1991 through 12th BCS as Assistant Superintendent of Police.
Mr. Islam completed his B. Sc (Hons.) in Pharmacology from Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU), Bangladesh and PGD from Australia and M.Phil form Jahangirnagar University,
Throughout his professional career he served as ASP 6th & 8th APBN, Uttara, Dhaka, as Assistant Commissioner (AC), Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) and Deputy Commissioner of Police he served various wings of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP). He also served Police Staff College, Dhaka as Additional SP. As Superintendent of Police he served at CID, Dhaka and Gazipur District. During his decorous career span Mr. Islam served as Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of HR at Police Headquarters, Highway Police, and River Police, as Additional Inspector General he served River Police, Dhaka and Additional IGP (Development), Police Headquarters, Dhaka. Now he has been serving as Additional Inspector General (Crime & Operations) at Police Headquarters, Dhaka.
Mr. Md. Atiqul Islam, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar), took part in a number of professional courses, workshops, seminars, training programs, symposiums and conferences at home and abroad i.e. Basic Training from BMA, Chittagong and Police Academy, Sardha, Rajshahi; Foundation Training from BPATC, Savar, Dhaka, Aid to Good Investigation Course from CID, Dhaka, Post Blast Investigation Course (USA), Regional Training Course for Law enforcement Officers on counter narcotics (Maldives), Seminar for Foreign Senior Police Officers (Japan), INTERPOL-Training Course on UN sanctions and their implementation at the National Level (Malaysia), ADB-CITES-Conference: Innovation Enforcement strategies to combat wildlife crime an uphold the rule of law (Thailand), Training Academy Visit (India), Technical Co-operation to Royal Police (Malaysia), Join UN Medal parade of BANFPU-1 (Rotation-12), MONUSCO, DR Congo (Female).
In his personal life, Mr. Md. Atiqul Islam, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar), Additional Inspector General (Crime & Operations), Bangladesh Police is happily married to Mrs. Zakia Sultana and blessed with two daughters.
Additional IG (Finance), Police Headquarters, Bangladesh Police
Mr. Abu Hasan Muhammad Tarique, BPMDirector
Mr. Abu Hasan Muhammad Tarique, BPM was born on 23rd June 1967 in Rajshahi. He started his career in Bangladesh Police as an Assistant Superintendent of Police in 1991. Now he is serving as Additional Inspector General, Finance in the Police Headquarters, Dhaka.
Mr. Tarique passed the SSC examination from Government Laboratory High School, Rajshahi and HSC examination from Rajshahi College. He graduated in Finance and Banking from the University of Dhaka.
Along with all mandatory trainings and courses at home, he participated in several professional courses in the USA, Japan and Australia. He had the opportunity to share his knowledge and experience with divergent participants from different countries at the seminars held in France, the UK, Indonesia and Singapore. He capacities which enriched his professional competency of policing which includes his tenure in Bagerhat District Police, 4th Armed Police Battalion Chittagong, Narayanganj District Police and Kishoreganj District Police as Assistant Superintendent of Police and Senior Assistant Superintendent of Police. He also worked in Dhaka Metropolitan Police as Senior Assistant Commissioner and Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police. At Police Headquarters, he held notable appointments as Assistant Inspector General, Additional Deputy Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General of Police. He also served as the as the Additional Inspector General and Principal of Bangladesh Police Academy, Sardah.
Beyond the national frontiers, Mr. Tarique had served in the United Nations Peacekeeping Missions in Bosnia Herzegovina and Sudan. In 2019, he was awarded the Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM), the most prestigious recognition for his outstanding professionalism and public service.
Mr. Tarique is a proud member of the Founding Team of the Community Bank Bangladesh Limited. His contribution is fuelling the endeavor of this Bank in playing its desired roles in the Financial Sector of
Bangladesh. He has a keen interest in reading, travelling and watching television programs in his leisure time. He is happily married to Humayra Sultana PhD, a member of BCS (Administration) cadre of 15th BCS and blessed with two daughters Tasfia Tasnim Revu and Tahniat Tazmin Bevu.
Additional IG (Industrial Police), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Md. Mahabubor Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPMDirector
Mr. Md. Mahabubor Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPM was born in 1968 in a respectable Muslim family in Jamalpur, Bangladesh. He is a highly educated person with an astonishing service career. He completed his Master’s degree with Honors in Physics from Dhaka University. He joined Bangladesh Civil Service as Assistant Superintendent of Police on 15 November 1995 and took over the charge of present position on 22 January, 2022.
During his illustrious career, Mr. Md. Mahabubor Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPM has served various important units of Bangladesh Police where he proved his professionalism, dedication and excellence. Throughout his professional endeavor, he has served as Superintendent of Police in Comilla and Barishal District, Deputy Police Commissioner of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Additional Deputy Inspector General of Dhaka and Chittagong Range, Police Commissioner of Rajshahi Metropolitan Police & Chattogram Metropolitan Police, Deputy Inspector General of Industrial Police. In recognition of his outstanding and glorious professionalism and dedication, he has been blessed with Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) in 2018 & 2023 and President Police Medal (PPM) in 2013.
Beyond the national frontiers, Mr. Mahabubor has served in the UN Mission in Ivory Coast (UNOCI) and UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK), where he served as the Contingent Commander, Bangladesh Police Contingent.
Mr. Mahabubor took part in a number of professional courses, workshops, seminars, training programs, symposiums and conferences at home and abroad.
Mr. Mahabubor likes traveling. He traveled around many countries throughout the world. Moreover, he has also interest in sports and he is now President of Bangladesh Police Cricket Club. In his personal life, Mr. Md. Mahabubor Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPM is happily married to Mirza Mahabuba Mostofa and blessed with three sons and one daughter.
Additional IG and Commissioner, Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Bangladesh Police
Mr. Habibur Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar)Director
Mr. Habibur Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar) Additional IG and Commissioner, Dhaka Metropolitan Police, Bangladesh Police
Mr. Habibur Rahman, BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar) is a prominent police officer was born on 1 January 1967 in noble muslim family of Gopalgonj. Being Graduated from Dhaka University, he joined in Bangladesh Police as Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) through 17th BCS (Bangladesh Civil Service). He currently holds office of the Additional Inspector eneral of Police, Tourist Police Bangladesh. He served as Deputy Inspector General (DIG), Dhaka Range, Bangladesh Police. He served as DIG (Administration and Discipline) and Additional DIG (Personnel Management-1) in Police Headquarters, Dhaka. His preceding significant appointments were Police Super, Dhaka and Deputy Commissioner (Headquarters) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police (DMP). He also served as ‘Deputy Commander’ at United Nation Peace Keeping Mission (BANFPU) in Kosovo.
He is also the General Secretary of Bangladesh Kabaddi Federation, Vice President of International Kabaddi Federation, Vice President of Police Service Association, Vice President of Bangladesh Sports Secretary’s Forum and Counsellor of Bangladesh Olympic Association. Beside the responsibilities of his official capacity in Police, he is
also known for his special activities for underprivileged people of the country, especially Transgender People (Hijra), Water Gypsies (Bede) and Children born in Brothel. His social responsibilities are unveiled in his role of Chairman & Founder of Uttaran Foundation, Dhaka and in his affiliation with various prestigious social and sports clubs in Dhaka. He is also founder President of ‘Police Muktijuddo Jadughor’ in Rajarbagh, editor of different publications namely ‘Muktijuddhe Prothom Protirodh’, ‘Muktijuddhe Poolisher Bhumika- 3Part’, ‘Nondito Shorastro Montri Bir Muktijoddha Asadujjaman Khan’, ‘Pita Tumi Bangladesh’ and ‘Thar: Bede Jonogoshthir Bhasha”. In addition to those, he is the Editor of ‘the Detective’- a monthly magazine published by Bangladesh Police. It is the oldest magazine of Bangladesh (61 years in Publication). In his writing and researches, a stage play ‘Obhishopto August’ based on the tragic event took place on 15th August 1975 was appreciated by all.
Mr. Rahman is not keen for popularity but his philanthropic behavior made him a Pro-People personality. His contribution and commitment to society is revealed in the stablishment of ‘Rabeya- Ali Government Primary School’ and ‘Rabeya-Ali Girls School & College’ in Gopalgonj. Furthermore, he has been contributing in educational and religious institution building (physical) in different parts of the country.
Mr. Rahman was awarded the Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM) three times, President Police Medal (PPM) two times and IGP’s badge three times for his discipline, leadership, extraordinary and exemplary services rendered in different appointments of Bangladesh Police.
Habibur Rahman BPM (Bar), PPM (Bar) have been completed numerous trainings in home and abroad. He also represented Bangladesh police in different international events & ccasions and visited across the world namely, United States of America (USA), United Kingdom (UK), United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), State of Qatar, Japan, Republic of Turkey, Republic of Singapore, Kingdom of Thailand, Malaysia, Republic of Indonesia, Italian Republic, Federative Republic of Brazil, French Republic, Swiss Confederation, Slovak Republic, Hellenic Republic (Greece), Republic of India, Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal, People’s Republic of China, Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China), Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Kenya, Republic of Kosovo etc.
Mr. Rahman is a proud father of having a son- Aftan Afeef Abdullah and in a happy nuptial life with Dr. Wazed Sumsunnahar.
DIG (Admin), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Md. Aminul Islam, BPM (Bar)Director
Mr. Md Aminul Islam, BPM (Bar) was born on 9 May 1968 in a respectable muslim family of Rupganj, Narayanganj. He completed his M. Sc in Botany from University of Dhaka.
Mr. Md Aminul Islam, BPM (Bar) joined Bangladesh Police services in 1998 through 17th BCS as Assistant Superintendent of Police and served in different capacities.
Mr. Islam has served in many police command positions as he advanced through the ranks. As Additional superintendent he served as Deputy chief of District police and later on as Superintendent of Police (SP) in Jamalpur District. He was also Assistant Inspector General of Police at Police Headquarters. As Joint Police Commissioner he served as the Deputy chief of the then newly formed Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of Dhaka Metropolitan police. He now been serving as Deputy Inspector General of Police assigned to Police Headquarters.
Mr. Islam took part in a number of professional training at home & abroad including Asia Region Law Enforcement Management Program in RMIT International University Vietnam; Program on Terrorism and Security Studies in George C. Marshal European Centre, Germany; Counter International Terrorism Training in Japan and the Counter Terrorism Training Program with FBI in USA.
Mr. Islam served as an UN peacekeeper in Liberia and as the commander of Formed Police Unit in DR Congo.
He has a keen interest in security issues including counter terrorism, international cooperation and crime prevention.
In recognition of his outstanding Contribution and distinguished service to Bangladesh police, he has been awarded the prestigious ‘‘Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM)’’ for two times.
Mr. Md Aminul Islam, BPM (Bar) is happily married to Mrs. Momtaz Jahan and blessed with one son and two daughters.
DIG (HRM), Bangladesh Police
Mr. Quazi Zia Uddin, BPMDirector
Mr. Quazi Zia Uddin, BPM was born on 22 December 1970 in a respectable Muslim family of Halishahar, Chattogram. He completed his BA (Hons) and MA in English from Chittagong University.
Mr. Quazi Zia Uddin, BPM joined Bangladesh Police Services in 1999 through 18th BCS as Assistant Superintendent of Police and served in different capacities.
Throughout his professional career he served in Rangamati District and Sunamgonj District. He also served in Armed Police Battalion, Police Telecom & RAB. Presently he has been serving as DIG Human Resources at Police Headquarters.
He has decorated himself with various Professional training from home & abroad.
He also attended a number of seminars and workshops relating to Security, Environmental Crime and Criminal Justice Response etc in different countries around the world. In recognition of his outstanding Contribution and distinguished service to Bangladesh Police, he has been awarded the prestigious “Bangladesh Police Medal (BPM)”. Mr. Uddin travelled USA, China, France, Japan, Spain, Malaysia, UAE, South Korea, Singapore and Nepal in various professional responsibilities. In his personal life Mr. Quazi Zia Uddin, BPM is happily Married to Mrs. Sharmin Farzana and blessed with two daughters.
Additional DIG (Development Revenue- 1), Bangladesh Police
Dr. Shoeb Reaz AlamDirector
Dr. Shoeb Reaz Alam was born into a respectable Muslim family in Dhaka.
Belonging to the 17th BCS batch, Dr. Alam started his career with the Bangladesh Police in 1998 as Assistant Superintendent of Police. He was promoted to the rank of Superintendent of Police in 2005 and subsequently to the rank of Additional Deputy Inspector General of Police in 2016.
In his distinguished career, Dr. Alam served in various capacities in Mymensingh, Meherpur and Borguna and subsequently held senior positions at the Special Branch, DMP and the Police Headquarters. Presently, he is serving as Additional DIG (Development Revenue-1) at the Police Headquarters looking after civil construction works of the Bangladesh Police all across the country. The scope and outlay of the works have expanded significantly during his time. He also pioneered digitalization of monitoring and supervision of the construction works.
Dr. Alam holds a PhD in Civil Engineering from Lamar University, Texas, USA. He did his post-graduation from the same university. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).
Dr. Alam is a part time faculty in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, North South University, since September 2013. He has published widely in various international and national peer reviewed journals and featured in conference proceedings.
A sports enthusiast and organizer, Dr. Alam is currently the Joint Secretary of Bangladesh Chess Federation. In 2019, as the team captain, he led the Police Chess Club to championship in the Premier Division Chess League. Known for his organizational skills, Dr. Alam was the president of 17th BCS All Cadre Forum for consecutive three terms from 2014 to 2020.
Dr. Alam is actively involved in welfare activities of the Bangladesh Police. He played a key role in establishment of the Community Bank Bangladesh Limited.
Dr. Alam is an avid reader and takes particular interest in world history and issues related to global macro economic developments and climate change.
He is married to Mrs. Anindita Rahman, Barrister-atLaw from Lincoln’s Inn, UK. Their two sons, in teens, are pursuing their studies.
Additional DIG (Police Welfare Trust), Police Headquarters, Bangladesh Police
Mr. Muntashirul Islam, PPMDirector
Additional DIG & Director (Academic) Police Staff College, Dhaka, Bangladesh Police
Mr. Sufian AhmedDirector
Mr. Sufian Ahmed Additional DIG & Director (Academic) Police Staff College, Dhaka, Bangladesh Police
Sufian Ahmed joined Bangladesh Police on 2nd July 2005 as Assistant Superintendent of Police. He was approved as Director, Community Bank Bangladesh Limited (CBBL) by Bangladesh Bank on 2nd June 2022. By the time, he had worked at Bangladesh Police Kallyan Trust (BPKT), owner of CBBL, for 5 years. He has the pride of being one of the two members of Bangladesh Police, who were involved at every stage- starting from planning for a Bank under BPKT in June 2016 to formal inauguration of the bank by Honourable Prime Minister on 11th September 2019.
As per the decision of BPKT Trustee Board on 18th July 2016, Mr Ahmed, under the guidance of Dr Shoeb Reaz Alam, then Additional DIG (Welfare Trust), and with the assistance of Mr Zobraj Hosen, then Additional SP, BPKT, took the endeavour to manage the collection of fund for the capital of proposed bank from the members of Bangladesh Police. He played a key role in collecting monthly subscription from the contributors, depositing the collection, updating the Fundraising Software against each contribution and maintaining the concerned accounts.
He undertook all attempts with the consent of the authority to realize the dream of owning a bank by the members of Bangladesh Police. He was involved in finding an eligible consultant to guide BPKT to get the mission accomplished. He had to negotiate and arrange negotiations with different offices on the way to establish the bank. He was engaged in every stage of execution- collection of necessary documents and clearance from different authorities, formation of company, application for Letter of Intent (LoI) and obtaining the Certificate of Commencement of Business and finally License from Bangladesh Bank as a Scheduled Bank. Along with pursuing above mentioned tasks, he supported the recruitment of bank staff until HR section was formed and became self-dependent to complete the recruitment process. He had worked as the liaison officer between BPKT and CBBL for long time. As AIG (Welfare Trust), he used to brief the Chairman, CBBL about the bank when required.
He is a member of Risk Management Committee of the Board.
Inspector, Bangladesh Police & President, Bangladesh Police Association
Mr. B. M. Forman Ali, PPMDirector
Mr. B M Forman Ali PPM is a highly respected law enforcement professional currently serving as the Officer-in-charge of the Gulshan police station in Dhaka, as well as the President of the Bangladesh Police Association. He was born on July 9th, 1975 in the Gimadanga village of Tungipara in Gopalganj. After completing his graduation from the National University, he joined the Bangladesh Police as an Outside Cadet Sub-Inspector in 2000.
Throughout his long and illustrious career, Mr. Forman Ali has served in various important units of the Bangladesh Police. He has successfully led as the Officer-in-charge of the Motijheel police station, the Banani police station and the Dhaka International Airport police station. He has also been awarded the Inspector General's Exemplary Good Service (IGP) Badge four times. In recognition of his outstanding contributions and distinguished service to the Bangladesh Police. In the year (2020), he received the President's Police Medal (PPM) from the Honorable Prime Minister.
Mr. Forman Ali is known for his leadership skills, attention to detail and ability to think strategically. He has a wealth of experience in law enforcement, including investigating and solving complex cases, managing large teams of officers, and implementing community policing strategies. He is well-versed in the latest law enforcement techniques and technologies and is always looking for ways to improve the effectiveness of the police force.
Mr. Forman Ali is also highly dedicated to ensuring the well-being of the officers under his command. He is a strong advocate for the rights and welfare of the police force and works tirelessly to ensure that they are treated with respect and dignity. Mr. Forman Ali is an avid reader and enjoys reading books on history, politics, and current affairs.
Chairman, Unilever Consumer Care Limited and Chief Advisor, Crown Cement Group
Mr. Masud Khan FCA, FCMAIndependent Director
Mr. Masud Khan FCA, FCMA Chairman, Unilever Consumer Care Limited and Chief Advisor, Crown Cement Group
Mr Masud Khan is the Chairman of Unilever Consumer Care Limited and currently working as the Chief Advisor of the Board of Crown Cement Group Bangladesh. He is a seasoned professional with 42 years’ work experience in leading multinational companies in Bangladesh. Prior to joining Crown Cement Group, he worked in Lafarge Holcim Bangladesh as Chief Financial Officer for 18 years. Earlier, he worked for British American Tobacco in finance and related fields for 20 years both at home and abroad.
He is an independent director of Singer Bangladesh Limited, Berger Paints Bangladesh Limited, Community Bank and Viyellatex Limited. His articles on professional and industry issues regularly feature in newspapers and international and local magazines. He regularly features on electronic media on talk shows and interviews and is often in the news for comments on industry and professional issues.
He also does public speaking on professional issues in educational institutions and all the Professional Institutes such as Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh, ACCA and ICMA Bangladesh. He is also a lecturer in the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bangladesh for the past 44 years.
He did his Bachelor of Commerce with Honours from St Xaviers’ College under University of Kolkata. Thereafter, he qualified with distinction both as a Chartered as well as a Cost and Management Accountant from the Indian Institutes being a silver medalist at all India level in the Chartered Accountancy Examination in the year 1977. He is also a fellow member of CMA (Australia and New Zealand).
Ex- Managing Director & CEO of Mercantile Bank Limited
Mr. Kazi Masihur RahmanIndependent Director
Mr. Kazi Masihur Rahman, Ex Managing Director & CEO of Mercantile Bank Limited and Exim Bank Limited developed an international banking career with in-depth knowledge, skills and experience, over a period of 41 years in 09 banks located in 5 countries, i.e. Bangladesh, U.K, Saudi Arabia, U.A.E and Canada.
He was born on 23 February 1954 in Bangladesh. He is a dynamic person with an academic background of Masters in Economics and post-graduation in Advanced Economics and Quantitative Techniques coupled with professional Diploma in Commercial & Investment Banking. He also completed M. Phil level 9-month Certificate Course on “Advanced Economics and Quantitative Techniques” sponsored by WIDER and United Nations University, Tokyo (1987-1988), conducted by BIDS and secured first position in first class. He also completed Banking Diploma (DAIBB) from the Institute of Bankers, Bangladesh, (1980) and completed Canadian Investment Fund Course (CIFC) Exam conducted by IFSE, Canada.
Mr. Rahman have comprehensive knowledge & understanding of Corporate, Retail and SME banking products and services, with special focus on regulatory compliance and possess a solid track record of progressive accomplishments in Strategic and Innovative Change Management, Centralized Processing and Branch Operations, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Process Re-engineering, Operational, Credit, Reputational and Market Risk Management, Productivity Analysis and Cost-Efficiency, Digital Financial Services and Product Development (both Liability and Asset), Corporate and Retail Credit Administration, IT Project Implementation, Budgeting, Asset & Liability Management (ALCO), Capital Planning, Cash Management, Internal Audit and Compliance, Merchant Banking. Highly exposed to the concepts and practices of TQM, MBO, KPI, Process Rationalization and Rightsizing of human resources. He is a highly customer-focused and result-oriented banker.
Mr. Rahman participated in international training courses and seminars on Leadership Skills, Operations Management, Change Management, Six Sigma, Problem Solving and Decision Making, Internal Control and Core Risk Management. Mr. Rahman served as a Member of Board of Governing Body, Association of Bankers BD (ABB), Member of Finance & Admin Committee, Institute of Bankers Bangladesh (IBB), Vice Chairman of Primary Dealers Bangladesh Ltd. (PDBL) and Member of Governing Board, Bangladesh Institute of Bank Management (BIBM). He also served on the Board of Directors of Mercantile Bank Securities Ltd., MBL Exchange UK Limited, Exim Exchange UK Limited & Exim Exchange Canada Limited.
Managing Director & CEO, Community Bank Bangladesh PLC
Mr. Masihul Huq ChowdhuryEx-officio Director
Mr. Masihul Huq Chowdhury has been serving as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Community Bank Bangladesh Limited since the inception of the Bank.
Mr. Masihul has over 30 years of progressive experience in the financial industry both at home and abroad. He started his career as a Management Trainee at American Express Bank in 1992. Thereafter, he worked in Standard Chartered Bank, Citibank N.A in different senior roles, mostly as the Head of various divisions, value centers and verticals including the role as the Head of Corporate Finance and Structured Finance and the Head of SME and Secured Retail Products. He also served as the Regional Head of SME Credit of Africa at Standard Chartered Bank, stationing at Lagos, Nigeria. In Bangladesh, he also worked as the Managing Director or Additional Managing Director in different banks and non-banking financial institutions such as Midland Bank, Shahjalal Islami Bank, Premier Bank, IPDC, amongst the others.
Mr. Masihul has in-depth experience and expertise in wholesale banking, retail banking, structured and syndication financing, credit, trade finance, SME lending, product development, operations and process reengineering. Mr. Masihul was instrumental in launching SME lending at Standard Chartered Bank in Bangladesh. During his stints both at Standard Chartered Bank and Citibank N.A, he took the pioneering role in developing local corporate portfolio including trade finance, syndication and structured finance in the respective Banks, which led the way to scaling-up their businesses subsequently, through this market segment.
Mr. Masihul is an Omega Certified Credit Professional and Certified Trade Professional. He received numerous trainings at home and abroad in relevant areas, such as, credit, leadership and contemporary management and technical issues.
Mr. Masihul is a regular writer in the areas of business, finance, economics and FinTech which are frequently published in the various Dailies, Weeklies and professional magazines. He was also an adjunct faculty of the Business School at BRAC University. In addition, he is the active members of many social clubs and industry associations. Mr. Masihul completed his MBA from the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), University of Dhaka. He also completed his Bachelors of Commerce in Accounting from the niversity of Dhaka. He earned his Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSC) from Notre Dame College and Secondary School Certificate (SSC) from St. Gregory High School and College.
In his personal life, Mr. Masihul is happily married and blessed with a daughter.