DIG stands for “Deputy Inspector General.” In the context of law enforcement, a Deputy Inspector General (DIG) is a high-ranking officer who is responsible for assisting the Inspector General in the management and supervision of a police department or other law enforcement agency. The DIG is typically second-in-command to the Inspector General and is responsible for overseeing the operations of the agency and ensuring that it is functioning effectively. The DIG may also be responsible for overseeing the training and development of staff, managing budgets and resources, and enforcing policies and procedures. In some jurisdictions, the DIG may be responsible for investigating crimes and conducting internal affairs investigations. The rank of DIG is typically used in countries where the police force is organized on a paramilitary model, such as in India and Pakistan.

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