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. About Ernakulam Rural Police Police 
. Units of Ernakulam Rural Police
. Organizational Chart
. Strength of Ernakulam Rural Police

The post of first Superintendent of Police in the erstwhile Travancore State was created in 1881. Sir. Cliver. H. Benseley was the first Superintendent of Police. The entire Travancore Police was headed by the Superintendent of Police. In 1919 the post of Commissioner of Police, Travancore State was formed and Travancore State was divided into three Police districts namely Trivandrum, Quilon and Alleppey each under a Superintendent of Police. The Commissioner of Police was the Head of the Travancore State Police Force till 1938.

In 1938 the post of Inspector General of Police as the head of the Travancore State Police Force was created. Sri. Khan Abdul Kharim Khan Suharawarthy was appointed as the first Inspector General of Police. The post of Commissioner of Police was redesignated as the head of Trivandrum District Police and other two Police Districts were headed by Superintendents of Police.

At the time of the formation of Kerala State on 1st November 1956 Travancore was divided into four districts viz. Trivandrum, Quilon, Alleppey and Kottayam. Sri. Bhaskara Marar IPS was the Superintendent of Police, Trivandrum District and Commissioner of Police, Trivandrum City from 01.11.1956 to 14.01.1957.

The area comprising the city of Trivandrum within the Revenue District of Trivandrum was constituted as a separate Police District under the Commissioner of Police vide G.O.(MS)No.570/Home/dated 07.11.1962.

 
 

About Ernakulam Rural Police 

Ernakulam Rural Police District was formed on 01-04.1966.  The district comprises of an area of 2330.659 Sq. Kms.  The district has been divided into 3 police Sub Divisions viz 1) Aluva, 2) Perumbavoor and 3) Muvattupuzha.   There are 15 Circle stations, 31 police stations and one Women Cell.  Other unit are District Special Branch, District Crime Records Bureau, Crime Detachment, Narcotic Cell and District Passport Cell.  In addition to this, Armed Reserve Camp for assist the local police in Ernakulam Rural with a Motor Transport Wing.  3 Highway Patrol Police 1) K- 23 in NH 47 Muttom to Karukutty 2) K-24 in NH -17 Moothakunnam to Gosree Bridge and 3)  K-25 IN MC Road Angamaly to Choorakuzhy (Koothattukulam) are operating in this district. Apart from this, Cochin International Airport, one of the busiest airports in India is situated within Nedumbassery PS limits (SHO is CI).   The Birth place of Jagad Guru Adi Sankaracharya within Kalady PS and Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple within Mulanthuruthy PS limits, Malayatoor Church with Kalady PS limits   where pilgrims from various parts of India arrive, are in this district.  Police aid posts have been functioning in the Airport and at Chottanikkara.             

There are 6 Municipalities (Aluva, North Paravur, Angamaly, Perumbavoor, Muvattupuzha and Kothamangalam) and 118 Panchayaths, 10 Legislative Assembly Constituencies are there in the jurisdiction of Ernakulam Rural police district.  The Ernakulam Rural including the four Parliamentary constituencies namely, Chalakudy, Ernakulam, Idukki and Kottayam. 
 

Units of Ernakulam Rural Police


Law and Order Unit
This unit consists of three police subdivisions, Fifteen circles and 33 police stations. This unit is mainly responsible for law and order maintenance as well as prevention and detection of crimes.

Traffic Unit 
This unit consists of Three subdivisions. This unit is responsible for the regulation and enforcement of traffic.

Control Room 
This unit is the nerve center of Rural Police and conducts round the clock patrolling through the mobiles attached to it.

District Armed Reserve
This is the reserve force of Ernakulam Rural Police to assist the Local Police.Whenever need for additional force is required, district armed reserve provides for the need.

Narcotic Cell 
This unit is responsible for the controlling of narcotics and drugs.

Crime Detachment 
This unit conducts investigation of special cases.

Special Branch 
This unit provides intelligence inputs to Rural Police.

District Crime Records Bureau 
This unit keeps the records of all criminals.

Foreigners Registration Office (FRO)
This unit is responsible for keeping records on foreigners.

Tourist Police 
Provides help to the tourists visiting the state.

Women Police 
Provides help to Rural Police in law and order and crime prevention and detection.

The policing in the rural is quite critical as any incident in this place has ramification all over the state and any incident in any part of the state will have a reflection here. Rural Police strives to provide excellent service to the general public.

Scientific Wing
Assist Police For investigations in connection with cases.
1. Photo Grapher
2. Finger print Bureau
3. Scientific Assist

 

Strength of Ernakulam Rural Police



DySPs CIs WCI SIs WSIs ASIs HCs PCs WHCs WPCs

8

15

1

64

4

71

325

915

9

175

Strength of Armed Reserve Camp - Kalamassery

ACs

RIs

RSIs

RASIs

AR HCs

AR PCs

Driver SI

Amour ASI

Drivers

2

2

10

12

38

339

95

1

1

Motor Transport Wing
Total Vehicles – 216 Nos


Sl. No

Vehicle

Nos

1

Bus                     

11

2.

Jeep

54

3.

Motor Cycle

92

4.

Ambulance

2

5.

Open Lorry

1

6.

Maruthi Van

1

7.

Qualis

1

8.

Sumo

7

9.

Ambassador Car

1

10.

Tavera

3

11.

Bolero Invader

40

12

Tanker Lorry

1

13.

Traveler (Force)

1

14.

Crane

1

 

TOTAL

216


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