Jabalpur Police



The Jabalpur Police Department is responsible for enforcing law and order as well as discipline in the Madhya Pradesh city. The police handle all emergencies and accidents that may crop up and settle all disputes. Consequently the phone numbers of the important police personnel is an integral part of the Jabalpur information.

A list of some of the important officers of the Jabalpur Police department is hereby provided for future reference:

  • Shri D.Shrinivas Rao
    D.I.G
    Phone: 2676105 2676110

  • Shri V.K.Singh
    Inspector General of Police
    Phone: 2676103 2629619

  • Shri A.K.Pyasi
    Additional. Suprintendent of Police(Rural)
    Phone: 2667383 2629550

  • Shri Makrand Deuskar
    Superintendent of Police
    Phone: 2676111

  • Shri Manohar Verma
    Additional. Supritendent of Police(City)
    Phone: 2677900 2321952





    Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

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