In Kerala, India, the Police Service Commission (PSC) is responsible for the recruitment, appointment, and promotion of police constables and other ranks in the Kerala Police Department.
The Kerala PSC conducts recruitment exams and selects candidates based on their performance in the written test, physical fitness test, and interview. The minimum educational qualification required to become a police constable in Kerala is a 10th standard pass certificate from a recognized board. Additionally, candidates must meet certain physical standards, including height, weight, and chest measurements, as specified by the Kerala Police Department. Once selected, police constables undergo training at the Kerala Police Academy and are then assigned to various police stations across the state.