Bhavnagar Police



Bhavnagar Police is dedicated to keep a crime free and secured society in the city of Bhavnagar.

Bhavnagar Police works tirelessly to maintain law and order in the city. Police in Bhavnagar is always alert to take quick action in any kind of need. Some important numbers of Bhavnagar Police are given below:

  • Police emergency - 100, 3333
  • A Division Police Station - 2428197, 2422632
  • B Division Police Station - 2421920
  • C Division Police Station - 2432631
  • Police Control Room - 2428181
  • C.I.D. Police Inspector - 2427473
  • Railway Police - 2424076

    With various Police stations and outposts located in different divisions of the city, the Police Department of Bhavnagar has planned an effective network to supervise the overall security of the city.



    Last Updated on 23 July 2012



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