Panaji Police



Panaji Police takes care of the law and order in the city. The department of police in Panaji functions looks after the security of the VIPs, as well as the common masses. It also checks the anti-social activities going on within the territory. The functions of the police in Panaji also include anti-theft patrol, traffic control, riot control, fighting against crime and so on and so forth.

Given is the important telephone number of the police department of Panaji:
  • Police headquarters 226482.
  • Control room 223400.

These telephone numbers help the residents of Panaji to seek immediate help at times of emergency. These numbers of Panaji police department also help the travelers to avail of the police services in the city.



Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



     


     

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