Madurai Police



Madurai police is working tirelessly to maintain law and order of the temple city. One can dial the emergency number – 100 to call the police in case of any emergency situation in Madurai.

An important part of Madurai information is that a resident or a visitor in the city should have knowledge about the police stations of Madurai and their contact numbers. A list of the police stations in Madurai along with the phone numbers is given below:

  • Police Control Room - 2730100
  • K Pudur - 2561568
  • Sellur - 2651384
  • Madhichiam - 2533905
  • Annanagar - 2533247
  • Rajaji Government Hospital - 2533806
  • Vilathikulam - 2722059
  • Meenakshiamman Koil - 2744007
  • Teppakulam - 2628144
  • Keeraithurai - 2670298
  • South Gate - 2737041
  • Jaihindipuram - 2671871
  • Thidirnagar - 2738300
  • Andalpuram - 2600560
  • SS Colony - 2600928
  • Thilagar thidal - 2741723
  • Karimedu - 2602869
  • Tallakulam - 2538015




Last Updated on 9/15/2011



     


     

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