Badri Narain Sinha
Sinha was awarded the Indian Police Medal in 1971 for his meritorious and distinguished services and was decorated with the President's Police Medal in August, 1979. Sinha was Founder-Editor of Bihar Police Patrika, the official organ of the Bihar Police, a mantle which he carried till his premature end.
His book, Apradhiki, rare book in Hindi on Crimonology, was awarded Best Book Of The Year 1971 by the Government of Uttar Pradesh.
Sinha served as D.I.G. of Police, Criminal Investigation Department till his death in harness on 7 November 1979.
Sinha served as Deputy Inspector-General of Police and Member Secretary, Bihar Police Manual Revision Committee in June, 1971,
Deputy Inspector - General of Police, Central Range, Patna (1974–77).
Sinha served as Senior Superintendent of Police, Ranchi (1970–71)
Sinha served as Superintendent of Police, Champaran (1958–63)
Superintendent of Police, Bhagalpur (1965-68),
Superintendent of Railway Police, Muzaffarpur (1968–70)
Sinha, an M A in English Literature from Patna University (1949), first became an English Lecturer at C M College, Darbhanga, then at Ranchi College, Ranchi, before joining Indian Police Service in 1952.
Sinha, an M A in English Literature from Patna University (1949)
Badri Narain Sinha (4 April 1930 – 7 November 1979)
Sinha was born at village Saramohanpur in Darbhanga district of Bihar State, India.