The first female IPS officer of India Kiran Bedi start her service in 1972. In the wake of getting to be IPS officer, she served in various places of India, similar to Delhi, Goa, and Mizoram. She started her service as a Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) in Chanakyapuri region of Delhi and furthermore won the President’s Police Medal in 1979. After that, she moved to West Delhi, where she brought the wrongdoing against ladies under control. Later on, as traffic police, she investigated the traffic courses of action for the 1982 Asian Games in Delhi and the 1983 CHOGM meet in Goa. As the DGP of North Delhi, so as to lessen or express a preliminary to kill the extreme issue of medication misuse she propelled a crusade against medication misuse. This medication misuse battle developed into the Navjyoti Delhi Police Foundation which is renamed as Navjyoti India Foundation in 2007.
In around May 1993, as IG (inspector General ) she was posted to Delhi Prisons. Same as her earlier reform she brought reforms in TIHAR JAIL, too. That reform gained worldwide acclaim and she was awarded Ramon Magsaysay Award in United Nations civilian police adviser. Her desire to work more on social activism and writing made her resign from police service in the year 2007.
She has written many books and also runs the Indian Vision Foundation. Likewise, her hunger to provide justice to common people, especially women, made her host a court show ‘Aap ki Kachehri’, this was in the year 2008-11. She was one of the strong leaders of the 2011 Indian anti-corruption movement and even joined the Bharatiya Janata Party in January 2015.
Kiran Bedi was the previous tennis player and a resigned as a police officer. By and by she is an Indian government official and social lobbyist. She is a national junior tennis player in the year 1966. Between the year 1965 and 1978, she accomplished a few titles at national and state-level championships. Her academic career was excellent and she was expert in sports as well.