Kottayam Police



Kottayam police aims to provide a very secured and safe life to the people of the city. They are engaged in a round-the-clock service for the protection of people.
It is a big responsibility for the police of Kottayam to ensure free movement of individuals in the society. Superintendent of Police is at the apex of the police force of Kottayam.

Kottayam police dedicatedly works for the security of the young and old, rich and poor, men, women and children of the society. They also look after the property of the people of Kottayam. The Superintendent of Police, Kottayam also acts as the Registration Officer for the foreigners. One can get in touch with him at 91-481-2562204 and +91-481-2564700. Some other important numbers of the police of Kottayam city are:
  • CI Kottayam West 2301199
  • SI Kottayam West 2301199
  • SI Kottayam East 2301144
  • SI Kottayam Traffic 2302977
One of the major functions of the police in Kottayam is to protect the basic rights of the individuals. They keep a continuous vigil on any kind of anti-social activity which might be detrimental to the safety and security of the people of Kottayam. The police also keep a thorough check on the drug trafficking activities.

For any kind of police assistance, one can call at the following numbers of Kottayam:
  • 100
  • 0481-5550400


Last Updated on 09/05/2013







     


     

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