Kovalam Police

The effective work of the Kovalam Police ensures the safety and security of the traveling tourists and the ever increasing populace of the city. The police of Kovalam operate from the police station situated at the heart of the city. The police in Kovalam maintain the law and order in the region and their efficacy has led to a society in Kovalam that is less infected with crime.

The police in Kovallam work under the Director General of Police, who has his headquarters situated at the capital city of Thiruvananathapuram. The officer in charge sphere heads the police station of the city. The police of Kovalam conduct inquiries against criminal cases and the reports lodged by the citizens against antisocial activities. Regular patrols of the different parts of the city are conducted by the police while some policemen are deputed in the beaches to ensure that there are no misconducts.

Kovalam Police works effectually to ensure a safe society and a tourists’ paradise in Kovalam.

The telephone address of the police station of Kovalam is stated below:

Kovalam Police Station
Phone: 0471-2480255

Last Updated on 9/15/2011



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