Mr. Alok Mohan is the Police Commissioner in the Karnataka State, India and has held many prestigious assignments at the state, national and international levels in more than two decades of his public service. He is presently pursuing the Masters in Public Management Program as a Lew Kuan Yew fellow.
His challenging assignments in the state include working as District Superintendent of Police, Deputy Inspector General of Police, State CID, Joint Police Commissioner, Bangalore City and Inspector General of Police, Western Karnataka.
Mr. Mohan has also headed the enforcement and vigilance wings of the urban development and energy departments in the state and was on the board of directors of the power distribution companies . At the national level, Mr. Mohan has served as the Assistant Inspector General of Police in the Central Industrial Security Force at New Delhi and headed the operations and internal security wing for the 90,000 plus elite paramilitary force of the central government.
On the international level, Mr Mohan has led the multinational police task force of the UN Peace keeping Operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He has been with the British Police on the prestigious “Senior Command Course” and as fellow of the prestigious “Advanced Management Program” of the premier Administrative Staff College of India, has visited institutions of global repute in the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, France and Switzerland.