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The CISF came into existence in 1969 with a modest beginning, having three battalions, to provide integrated security cover to the Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs).
 
About CISF

1) List of Estabilishments (Ministry wise)
2) List of Establishments (Sectorwise)
3) Growth of CISF since inception
CISF came into existence in 1969 with strength of about 3000 men. Today the CISF has taken on a multi-faceted role whereby in addition to its traditional role of Industrial Security, it has also moved into new areas like Airport Security, Security of Government Buildings, Monument Security, Disaster Management, VIP Security, Delhi Metro Rail etc.

Now the Force is providing security cover to 294 units (including 57 domestic & international airportsm79 Fire units and 03 pvt sector units) spread all over the country with a strength of more than 1,22,000 officers and men. It is a matter of great pride for the Force that till date 22 of its units are ISO certified for Quality Management Systems.

The mandate of the force has been broadened to provide security cover to the private sector also.

USPs of the Force
  • Providing total security solutions.
  • An all India presence.
  • Exposure to varied security environments ranging from highly disturbed areas in J&K, North East and Andhra Pradesh to mafia infested coalfields of Jharkhand and West Bengal.
  • Rich experience in security and protection of highly sensitive establishments, Airports and Centres of economic growth.
  • Protection of heritage monuments like Taj Mahal.
  • Only Force to have a full-fledged Fire Wing comprising highly trained personnel.
  • Extensive use of latest security gadgets.
  • Excellent training infrastructure.
Our Profile
  • Airports
  • Sea Ports
  • Steel Plants
  • Coal Fields
  • Thermal/Gas/Hydel Power Plants
  • Oil Refineries
  • Oil/Gas Exploration, Drilling and Production Sites
  • Fertiliser and Chemical industries
  • Note Printing Presses and Mints
  • Museums/Heritage Buildings
  • Important Govt. Buildings
  • VIP Security
  • Delhi Metro Rail Corporation
  • Disaster Management
We also provide
  • Security and Fire Protection consultancy to both Private and Public Sectors.
  • Consultancy in cyber security
Aviation Security

CISF was assigned the challenging task of aviation security at Indian airports according to the decision taken by the Committee of Secretaries, GOI on Janurary 2000 in the backfrop of hijacking of Indian Airlines Flight IC- 814 on 24th Dec. 1999. The first induction was done on 03/02/2000 at Jaipur Airport. Now CISF has completed more than nine years of its induction and is protecting 57 Airports all over the country.

Last year CISF recovered property worth Rs.13.81 crore of which items valued at Rs.5.18 crore, were restored back to their rightful owners and rest were made over to the Airport Authority of India. To check the menace of touts at airports and its vicinity, CISF launched drives in which 421 touts were apprehended, during the year 2008.

Deployment in Private Sector

With the growing threat of terrorist outfits, the industries in the private sector and joint venture enterprises, which are immensely contributing to the growth of the Indian economy, approached the Government for a proactive cover of CISF over and above the capabilities of their own private security wings and agencies. Thus the CISF Act was amended to enable the deployment of CISF for security of private sector.

The first induction of CISF in Infosys, Bangalore on 31st July,2009 will always remain a watershed in the life of this organization. It marked the happy culmination of the proactive efforts of the Govt. to enable the deployment of an Armed force of the Union to protect vital establishments of the private sector . It added another feather to the cap of CISF.

CISF Consultancy Wing (An ISO 9001:2000 Unit)

By amendments in CISF Act 1999, Government of India permitted CISF to offer its Consultancy Services in the field of Security & Fire Protection to Public and Private sector. Within this short span, CISF has provided its Consultancy Services to a large number of clients in both private and public sectors and the list is constantly growing.

CISF has poised itself in the field of critical information infrastructure security. Most importantly, CISF offers time tested security solutions boistered by modern technology alternatives.

Services Offered
  • Threat perception and risk analysis
  • Access control and perimeter protection
  • Assessment of manpower requirements
  • Security systems applications
  • Security and fire audit
  • Document security
  • Procedures for material, cash and inventory movement.
  • Fire protection measures
  • Crisis management schemes
  • Executive protection
  • Crowd control and management procedures
  • Disaster management plan
  • Training of security/fire personnel in security and fire protection.
Delhi Metro

The CISF was inducted for providing security to the Delhi Metro in April 2007. At present, about 8.5 Lakh passengers are traveling by Metro daily.

Considered a soft target for terror attacks, the Delhi Metro is classified as ‘ highly velnarable’ . The CISF has gathered up to meet any kind of such eventuality.