Imphal Police



Imphal Police plays a significant role in maintaining peace and order in the city. The police force of Imphal functions efficiently to provide security to the natives residing in different parts of the capital city of Manipur. The Police of Imphal have been taking essential steps to check the activities of the militant groups that were once active here.

The Imphal city police make special arrangements during major festivals (like Ningol Chakouba, Goverdhan Puja and Diwali), which are organized throughout the year. The police takes all kinds of precautionary measures to stop any type of untoward incidents in the city. Additional police forces are deployed at the time of major events for providing all kinds of security for the people.

The traffic police forms an integral part of the city police. The Imphal city traffic police ensures the safety of the general public by facilitating easy movement of pedestrians and vehicles every day.

Imphal Police stations are situated all over the city which provides assistance in times of different kinds of accidents and keeps record of criminal cases in the city. Over the years, Imphal police have been taking better care of the residents of the Imphal city. The phone numbers of the various police stations in Imphal is given below:
  • Joint Control Room 246244
  • DC Imphal East- 228387
  • S.P Imphal East- 225790
  • D.C. Imphal (West)- 2221188/406502
  • S.P Imphal (West)- 2220159
  • D.C Imphal (West) 2221188/406502




Last Updated on 19th Oct 2012

     


     

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