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Chandigarh Police

Chandigarh is one of the youngest planned cities in India renowned internationally for its architecture and urban design. The safekeeping and maintenance of this dream city created by Le Corbusier is under the aegis of the Chandigarh police. The Chandigarh police aims to protect this rapidly expanding city (originally planned for only 5,00,000 people) with their efficient task force and daily meet new challenges.

Inspector General of Police, Chandigarh
Address: Police Headquarters, Sector-9 D, Chandigarh
Phone: 0172-2740106 (O),  2740501(R)
Website: http://chandigarhpolice.nic.in
E-mail: police-chd@nic.in
Control Room: 100

Police Services in Chandigarh

Historical Background of Chandigarh Police:

The reorganization of the Chandigarh police was done in November, 1966. It is currently headed by the Inspector General of Police (IG) and seconded by the Deputy Inspector General of Police (DIG). While Traffic and Security is the responsibility of the Senior Superintendent of Police (Traffic & Security), the Senior Superintendent of Police maintains crime and law. Besides this, the jurisdiction of training, operations and crimes against women & children falls with the Senior Superintendent of Police (Operation & Training). The Commandment, IRB of Chandigarh Police looks after the Indian Reserve Battalion unit in the city.

Currently, Chandigarh Police has staff strength of about 6000 men and women. Some of their units include the Operation Cell, Crime Wing, Security Wing and others engaged in providing round the clock policing services to keep Chandigarh citizens safe. 

Services Performed by Chandigarh Police

The Police in Chandigarh ensure the smooth and safe life for all its citizens by performing various quality services. Some of the services that you can avail of the Chandigarh Police are:

Chandigarh Police

  1. Crime Prevention & Registration- Chandigarh police aims to maintain a safe and secure environment. For this purpose, 40 motorcycles, 60 gypsies, and 3 ambulances are deployed round the clock in the city. Apart from this, patrolling parties from numerous police stations and posts have been set up. 18 Police Posts and the Special Crime Unit, and 11 Police stations have been created to prevent and investigate various crimes in Chandigarh.    

  2. Complaint Registration- The Chandigarh Police gives its citizens full provisions to lodge a factually truthful complaint. One can call the Chandigarh Police Control Room No. 100 or 0172-2744100/0172-2749194 or the concerned area Police station/post. In case of dissatisfaction with their response, one may complain to the IGP/Chandigarh, SSP/Chandigarh, DIG/Chandigarh or the concerned sub-division police officer.

  3. FIR copy Download- One can download the First Information Report (FIR) copy from the Chandigarh Police website.

  4. Traffic Police Related Services- For all traffic related complaint, problem or emergencies; one may contact the Chandigarh Police round the clock helpline number 1073. One can get more information from their facebook page,  www.facebook.com/trafficpolicechd

  5. Stolen/Recovered Vehicle Status- Get to know the status of your stolen vehicle, i.e. whether it has been recovered by the police or not by clicking on the given link: http://chandigarhpolice.gov.in/reg-new.aspx.

  6. Know your Case” Scheme- This initiative has been taken to lend greater transparency and accountability in the functioning of Chandigarh police. According to this scheme, the complainant has the right to know the status of investigations of his/her case or petition.

  7. Passport Application Status- Police verification is mandatory for all citizens wishing to make a passport. Chandigarh police ensures that you can check the status of your passport related police verification by entering your passport application number into the following: http://admser.chd.nic.in/policeonline/passport.asp

  8. Public Window Complaint Status- Citizens having complaint about the Chandigarh police functioning can submit a written complaint at the public window situated on the ground floor entrance of Sector 9D, Chandigarh Police Headquarters.

  9. Servant/PG/Tenant Verification- Under this act, the Chandigarh verifies all helpers/servants/tenants/paying guests to ensure safety in the neighborhood. This verification is mandatory and non-registration of the aforementioned people is a punishable offence for which a FIR can be registered against the employer or landlord.  

  10. Foreigner’s Registration & Rules- All foreigners staying in Chandigarh can apply for registration, return visa, visa extension, exit permit to the FRO Chandigarh on the website, http://indianfrro.gov.in/frro/. They must bring a hard copy of their Online Application Form and other documents according to their visa category, to FRO Chandigarh on the appointment date.

  11. Mobile Police Stations Scheme- To provide quality policing, the Chandigarh police sends two mobile police stations to areas mostly inhabited by the underprivileged and poor so that they can receive proper police assistance instantly.

  12. Late Night Dropping for Ladies- If a woman cannot avail a cab, auto, taxi etc. late at night to reach her place safely; she can seek help by calling the PCR at No. 100 or 0172-2749194 or 0172-2744100. A vehicle will then be sent to drop her at her place within Chandigarh.

  13. Late Night Towing Services- The Chandigarh police ensures that any vehicle disabled late at night will be towed to the nearest safe place. For this, you can call the Chandigarh Police Control Room No. 100 or 0172-2749194 or 0172-2744100.

List of Police Stations / Posts in Chandigarh

  • Police Station - Sector 17
    Phone: 2773951

  • Police Station - Sector 11
    Phone: 2747066
  • Police Station - Sector 3
    Phone: 2740254
  • Police Station - Sector 26
    Phone: 2790594

  • Police Station - Sector 19
    Phone: 2775173
  • Police Station - Manimajra
    Phone: 2734082
  • Police Station - Ind Area
    Phone: 2657344

  • Police Station - Sector 31
    Phone: 2662698

  • Police Station - Sector 34
    Phone: 2662697

  • Police Station - Sector 36
    Phone: 2662995

  • Police Station - Sector 39
    Phone: 2690906

  • Police Post - Sector 22
    Phone: 2707849

  • Police Post - PGI
    Phone: 2744262

  • Police Post - Dhanas
    Phone: 2690383

  • Police Post - Railway Station
    Phone: 2654766

  • Police Post - Maloya
    Phone: 2643213

  • Police Post - Palsora
    Phone: 2688896

Add the appropriate code before these numbers if you are calling from outside the city. Chandigarh ISD Code 91-172 and STD Code 0172.

Helpline Numbers of Chandigarh Police

For Crime Related Emergency
Dial - 100 or 0172-2749194 or 0172-2744

Women & Child Helpline No.
1091 or 0172-2741174

Senior Citizens Helpline No.
1090

Traffic Helpline:
1073

For Cyber Crime Complaint
E-mail: - cybercrime-chd@nic.in

DSP Night Duty
Dial - 09465121000 (from 12:00 AM to 05:00 AM daily)

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