Senior Interpol officer from India, Madan Mohan Oberoi seeks voluntary retirement

Oberoi is posted as Deputy Director in Interpol and heads the Singapore unit

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Madan Mohan Oberoi

New Delhi, May 17

Deputy Director at Interpol and posted in Singapore, senior IPS officer, Madan Mohan Oberoi has sought voluntary retirement from Indian Police Services. The Centre in an order approved his voluntary retirement. 

The order has been passed by Under Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs notifying thr Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora that retirement application of Oberoi has been approved by the Centre. 

The letter was also sent to Director Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The letter reads that Oberoi would be relieved on June 6. He has sought voluntary retirement three years ahead of his service. 

Madan Mohan Oberoi is aknown as a cybercrime expert. He also holds a PhD in the area of cybercrime from IIT, Delhi.

He has served as Director, Cybercrime Directorate in the INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation, Singapore.

Oberoi is a Hubert Humphrey Fellow under Fulbright Scholarship Program in the area of “Cyber Security” from University of Washington. 

He has worked as Inspector General of Police with Central Bureau of Investigation, India, where he headed their Cybercrime Cell, Technical and Forensic Zone and International Police Cooperation Unit.

Oberoi as also served in two UN Peace Keeping Missions. He is a recipient of President's Police Medal for Distinguished Services. 

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