Kiran Bedi, has been India’s first and highest (woman) ranking officer who joined the Indian Police Service in 1972. Her expertise includes more than 35 years of creative and reformative policing and prison management. Kiran Bedi managed and transformed one of the India’s toughest prisons and used a new focus on prevention and education to transform it into a center of learning and meditation.
She worked with the United Nations in New York as the Police Advisor to the Secretary General, in the Department of Peace Keeping Operations. She represented India in International forums on crime prevention, drug abuse, police and prison reforms and women’s issues.
During her duty as the Director General of Tihar Jail, she introduced Various meditations for the prisoners which had been a huge success and a case study for entire world, Osho has also been a big influence on our path to spirituality.
Kiran Bedi’s latest foray is to bring spiritualism to the police.
She shares her thoughts on crime and punishment from the stage at TEDWomen.
Kiran Bedi Official Website: www.kiranbedi.com