Jamshedpur Police Stations


Jamshedpur Police Stations form the backbone of law and order of the city. The police stations in Jamshedpur help to keep the crime rate of the city in control. They are expected to act fast during any emergency situation. Telephone numbers of Jamshedpur police stations should be kept to seek their help in any part of the city.

Some of the police stations of the city and its suburbs along with their telephone numbers are given below:
  • Sakchi Police Station - 431034
  • Sitaramdera Police Station - 431578
  • Wire Less Control - 100
  • Mango Police Station - 461571
  • Azadnagar Police Station - 462572
  • Olidih Police Station - 460571
  • Patamda Police Station - 755315
  • Kamalpur Police Station - 765225
  • Sidhgora Police Station - 212582
  • Telco Police Station - 286041
  • Govindpur Police Station - 285699
  • Burmamines Police Station - 270681
  • Golmuri Police Station - 431570
  • Birsanagar Police Station - 282800
  • Bistupur Police Station - 431029
  • Police Control Room - 431030
  • Ghatshila Police Station - 924-25409(06585)
  • Chakulia Police Station - 06594-33334
  • Moubhandar Police Station - 924-27171(06585)
  • Musabani Police Station - 924-75729(065857)
  • Potka Police Station - 788206
  • Jadugora Police Station - 730345
  • Baharagora Police Station - 06594-24229


Last Updated on 02/07/2013

     


     

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