Mind the Gap: Trainee women constables who graduated from the Delhi Police Training College in Dwarka in March. (Photo: Renuka Puri)

It was as a Class III student that D Roopa Moudgil first came across the idea of joining the Indian Police Service (IPS). Her teacher had popped the question common to all childhoods — what do you want to be when you grow up? “My mother suggested doctor, but that didn’t appeal to me. Then my father told me about the civil service, through which one could join the Indian Administrative Service and the IPS,” she recalls. “The next day, in class, I said I wanted to join the civil service. Everyone clapped. No one else had mentioned it. I felt it was a unique job,” she says.

In the years that followed, there were other inspirations too…

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