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QUALITIES OF A POLICE OFFICER

The citizen expects A POLICE OFFICER to have:

 The wisdom of Solomon,


 The courage of David,
 The strength of Samson,
 The patience of Jacob,
 The leadership of Moses,
 The kindness of Good Samaritan,
 The strategic training of Alexander,
 The faith of Daniel,
 The diplomacy of Lincoln,
 The tolerance of the Carpenter of Nazareth,
 And finally an intimate the knowledge of every
branch of the natural biological and social
science.
….August Vollmer

© Copy right SCRB of Telangana State. No portion of this book can be


reproduced in any manner without prior written permission from DIRECTOR,
SCRB, TS, Lakdikapool, Hyderabad, except for Book review purposes.
MESSAGE OF DGP

It gives immense pleasure to present ‘Crime in Telangana-2016’ being


brought out by the SCRB, Telangana.

Crime statistics is essential to analyse and understand the crime pattern


and trends which further assist the law enforcement authorities to formulate
strategies for effective crime prevention and crime control.

I hope this publication would be found useful by the Policy Makers,


Administrators, Crime Analysts, Criminologists, Researches, Media, NGOs,
General Public and different Government Departments.

SCRB, Telangana has taken initiative to enriches the content of this


publication by adding new chapters. I hope the data for the next year too will
be collected and published with same enthusiasm.

I congratulate Shri Govind Singh, IPS., Addl.DGP, CID, Shri R. Bhima


Naik, IPS., Director, SCRB and his team for this excellent compilation and
analysis.

Director General of Police,


TS, Hyderabad.
MESSAGE OF ADGP,CID

I am extremely happy that the “Crime in Telangana-2016” was brought


out by SCRB, PRC Team.

Crime against women which is 13.19% of total crime in TS deserves our


personal attention in investigation and prosecution. We should ensure scientific
investigation and also ensure that the charge sheets are filed within 60 days.

While bodily offences and property offences have caught the attention of
police, Road Accidents which amount to 20.34% of the total crime volume, suffer
from inadequate attention. Investigation and victim compensation needs a lot to
be done, under Road Accidents.

Our state police has done outstanding work in Anti-Human Trafficking


work. However, there is room for more good work. We should insist on
attachment of property u/s 18 of ITP Act. Paradigm shift from the term ‘prostitute’
to ‘victim’ should be comprehensively achieved. More traffickers should be
arrested. Customers should be named and shamed.

Rs. 1014.03 crores worth of property was lost by public in white collar
offences in 2016, which is 7.5 times (134.84 crores) of the traditional crime.

Special emphasis should be placed on greater use of scientific tools,


forensic science, forensic medicine and cyber technology etc., to detect the cases
and ensure high quality digital evidence to secure more convictions.

I would request our Unit officers to pass on suggestions, if any, to improve


the content and quality of the book.

I place on record my deep appreciation for Sri. R.Bheema Naik, IPS.,


Director, SCRB and his team in bringing this publication.

Addl. Director General of Police,


CID, TS, Hyderabad
MESSAGE OF DIRECTOR, SCRB

An analysis of crime in Telangana State for the year 2016 shows that the
overall crime rate in Telangana has increased especially in the categories of crime
by youngsters & new entrants, cognizable crime under IPC, Bodily Crime, Property
Crime, Crime Against Women, Children & Juvenile Delinquency Cases, SC/STs,
Cyber Crime, Missing Persons, Road Accidents and Special & Local Laws etc. This
can be due to the reasons like increase in population, rapid urbanization, increase in
number of vehicles, migration of rural people to urban areas and low ratio of police to
people.
Specific plans needs to be formulated and drive be initiated to control the
various categories of crime reported highest in units to bring down the crime.
To make a correct/ near-correct analysis of crime, we need to have crime
statistics. We need to understand one thing that in the event of suppressing or
minimizing the gravity of offences or still worst, not reporting the crime at all, we are
depriving ourselves of true crime figures which go a long way in analysing the crime
pattern and taking preventive / corrective actions. Now, one has to understand one
thing very clearly that it’s not only a pile of data we need to sit on but it should be
properly analysed and timely action taken to prevent crimes. As per traditional
tactical crime analysis, crimes or series of crimes can be characterized, linked &
even anticipated based on time of data, data of the week, location, modus operandi,
or many other variables.
Intelligent, timely & complete analysis of the thousands of incident reports,
crime tips, & other pieces of information that law enforcement professional confront
everyday is critical to fighting crime. The massive volume of data law enforcement
organizations work with on a daily basis requires a different approach to analyse.
I am thankful to Sri P.Y.Giri, SP, SCRB, Sri K. Balarami Reddy, DSP, SCRB
and Constables Sri N. Hussain and Smt P.Krishna Kumari for bringing this
publication in time.

Director
SCRB, CID, TS,
Hyderabad.
INDEX
SUBJECT Page Nos.
❖ Profile of Telangana State and Telangana Police 1
❖ Crime – Snapshots 2
❖ Establishing people friendly policing 3-8
❖ Highlights 9-16
Chapter-1 Distribution of Cognizable Crime 17-34
Chapter-2 Bodily Crime 35-43
Chapter-3 Property Crime 44-50
Chapter-4 Economic Offences 51-59
Chapter-5 Crime against Women 60-70
Chapter-6 Antihuman Trafficking 71-79
Chapter-7 Crime against Children 80-87
Chapter-8 Juvenile Delinquency 88-96
Chapter-9 Crime against SC/ST 97-110
Chapter-10 Extremist Offences 111-113
Chapter-11 Grave Crimes 114-118
Chapter-12 Special and Local Laws 119-124
Chapter-13 Cyber crime 125-144
Chapter-14 Custodial Deaths 145-148
Chapter-15 Missing Persons 149-152
Chapter-16 Road Accidents 153-156
Chapter-17 Arrests 157-158
Chapter-18 Disposal of IPC cases by Police and by Courts 159-160
Chapter-19 Comparative statements (10 yrs) under different Crime Heads 161-166
Chapter-20 Police Strength and Infrastructure 167-178
Chapter-21 Police Sacrifices 179-182
❖ FSL 183-186
❖ FPB 187
❖ District Profiles & Maps and Crime Trends 188-244
❖ Magistrate Courts and their Jurisdictions 245-287
❖ Names & Phone Nos. of Dist. Legal Service Authority 288-190
PROFILE OF TELANGANA STATE & TELANGANA POLICE-2016

I. GENERAL

1 Area in Sq. Kms. 112077

2 Population (in Lakhs) 396.70

3 Male (in Lakhs) 200.88

4 Female (in Lakhs) 195.82

5 Revenue villages 10438

6 Density of Population (Per Sq.KM) 354

7 Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males) 975

8 No. of Revenue Districts 31

9 No. of Revenue Divisions 78

10 No. of Revenue Mandals 591

Rural / Urban Population (in Lakhs) 396.70


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(Rural + Urban) (239.43 + 157.27)
Andhra Pradesh, Odisha,
12 Bordering States Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra,
Karnataka

II. POLICE

18 Districts, 9
1 No. of Districts Commissionerates and 1 Rly.
Dist.
Strength (Actual)
2 46966
(Civil + AR+TSSP)

3 Police Stations (Law & Order) 725

4 Women Police Stations 12

5 No. of Circles 205

6 No. of Sub-Divisions 108

Police/Population
7 118
(Per lakh Population)
Density of Police Personnel
8 0.42
(No. of Policemen per Sq.Km)
9 Total no. of UI cases ( as on 31.12.2016) 45306

10 Total no. of PT cases ( as on 31.12.2016) 226512

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CRIME - SNAPSHOTS

CRIME HIGHEST LOWEST

Crime Rate (IPC)* Hyderabad City (393.73) Mahabubnagar (168.15)

Incidence of Crime Hyderabad City (15526) Wanaparthy (984)

Murder Cyberabad (109) Nirmal (12)

Adilabad, Kumaram Bheem Asifabad &


Rioting Warangal (65)
Nagarkurnool (2 each)

Kidnapping & Abduction Rachakonda (142) Kumaram Bheem Asifabad (2)

Warangal, Badhradri Kothagudem,


Jagtiyal, Mahabubbad, Mahabubnagar,
Dacoity Hyderabad City (19)
Nagarkurnool, Rajanna Sircilla & Sanga
Reddy (1 each)

Robbery Rachakonda (193) Kamareddy & Wanaparthy (1 each)

Burglary Rachakonda (737) Kumaram Bheem Asifabad (30)

Cheating Hyderabad City (1914) Wanaparthy (26)

Rape Hyderabad City (167) Kamareddy & Rajanna Sircilla (12 each)

Dowry Death Cyberabad (29) Nirmal (1)

Harassment Hyderabad City (1064) Jogulamba Gadwal (34)

Molestation Cyberabad (437) Medak (11)

SC/ST Offences Rachakonda (195) Rajanna Sircilla (13)

Special and Local Laws Hyderabad City (1553) Nizamabad (149)

* Crime Rate is a measure of crime per one lakh of population.

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Initiatives taken by the Telangana Police Department- Juxtaposition of
Capacity Building, Technology and Welfare of the Personnel Towards
Establishing People Friendly Policing.

❖ The Telangana Government is committed to modernize the Police force on


par with the best Policing forces in the world. The Telangana State Police with
the support of the new Telangana Government has taken several measures
aimed at ushering in a new era of people friendly policing in the State

I. CAPACITY BUILDING MEASURES:

1) Recruitment of Police Personnel: On the 31st of December 2014, a


notification for the recruitment of 9281 Police Constables was issued. A
transparent recruitment policy which is unique in the country is put in place.

❖ For the first time 33.33% of the jobs are reserved for women in police.

2) To address unanticipated events requiring immediate measures, it is


proposed to place an amount of Rs.1 Crore with each District Superintendent
of Police and each Commissioner of Police. In addition, an amount of Rs.10
Crores is proposed to be placed at the disposal of the Director General of
Police.
3) During the first two years of the formation of the State, over 4000 modern
vehicles have been procured and 3896 posts have been sanctioned for four
new Indian Reserve Battalions.
4) Proposed bifurcation of the Cyberabad Commissionerate:

❖ The Cyberabad Police Commissionerate is poised for a division into two


Commissionerates to improve the efficiency of functioning. The division
aims at improving the quality of investigation and rendering justice to
victims. The high and ever increasing population density in different parts
of Cyberabad and convenience of administration have prompted the
proposed bifurcation.

II. TECHNOLOGY AS A CATALYST FOR TRANSFORMATION TO CITIZEN


FRIENDLY ORGANIZATION.

❖ The Telangana Government has continued to adopt cutting edge technology


to bring in efficiency and to serve people more effectively.

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1) Implementation of Paperless Office:
❖ The Telangana Director General of Police (DGP) Office will introduce KM-
ATOM Application Software, a knowledge management automation of files for
administration.
❖ The advantages of the software include –inward entry of the currents
received, creation of files, file movement tracking, generation of reports
(Periodical reports for files, currents and pendency of each file), maintenance
of knowledge bank of Government Orders and attachment to the files, etc.

2) Mobile App on Police Workforce Management System:

❖ The Hyderabad Police launched a mobile app “Police Workforce Management


System” , first of its kind in India to empower the police personnel in achieving
the vision of “Citizen Friendly Responsive Policing “ .This App would
empower its personnel of all ranks to upload the details of duties performed
by them online on a daily basis through their mobile devices.
❖ The App provides features that include Daily Activity Reporting, Leave
Management, Department Orders Management, Transfer Management, MIS
and Dashboard, Mobile App support for Daily Activity Reporting and Police
Business Process Automation.
3) Market Intelligence Unit (MIU).
❖ The Market Intelligence Unit (MIU) was formed by the Telangana Police
Department in February 2015 to prevent the financial loss of public by
nabbing the accused before they commit the offence. The MIU has been
successful in detecting several cases of cyber frauds. The Market Intelligence
Unit (MIU) has aided the Police in several other cases like visa frauds,
transportation frauds, online shopping frauds, insurance frauds, cyber frauds
etc.

4) Renovation of Police Stations to become more accessible to the Public:


Abids Police Station – a Model Police Station.

❖ Police Stations are being renovated with latest technology and people
friendly atmosphere where public will no more fear to step into a police
Station.
❖ Transforming police Stations to Model Police Stations with several people
friendly facilities like Reception Centres with CCTV recording facilities to
check police behaviour with complainants is the aim of the Telangana
Government .By the end of 2016, all Police Stations in Telangana will be
provided with the latest Information technology to render the best possible
services to the public.

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5) Telangana Police Recruitment- Find Me App- Adoption of Latest
Technology.

❖ The latest technology of finger imprinting by each and every candidate


appearing for the preliminary exam of the Police recruitment has been
adopted. The App ‘Find Me’ developed jointly by M/s AppSpace and JNTU-H
has enabled the Police to put a complete stop to impersonators and conduct
the exam in a fair and transparent manner.

6) She Shuttle: Another initiative for Women's safety and security.

❖ The She Shuttle Services launched in July, 2015 is an exclusive service for
women employees of IT companies that are enrolled with the Society for
Cyberabad Security Council (SCSC).
❖ The buses provide security to women passengers and a lady attendant is on
board during the entire duration of the journey. The service has also a mobile
App that can be downloaded by passenger to keep themselves updated
about the location of the bus.
7) Apps for Effective Traffic Management: Traffic Buddy App-
The App is useful for:

❖ E-challan alerts and reminders- To check the traffic e-challans and get notified
of any new/pending traffic e-challan on the vehicle of an individual
❖ Location of the nearest Police Station. The App aids in showing the nearest
Police Station based on an individual’s current location.
❖ Traffic Alerts- The App notifies the road users of traffic alerts, parking spaces
in the event of rallies, road closures etc.,
❖ Updates on outer Ring Road. The App gives regular updates on the rules
enforced on outer Ring Road.
8) Hyderabad Traffic Live App-

❖ The App facilitates direct contact with traffic police for information and
complaints. Hyderabad Traffic Live mobile App is a bridge between
Hyderabad Traffic Police and commuters/citizens for smooth handling of
traffic related operations and for fast and friendly redressal of issues.
❖ The App helps commuters navigate freely on the city roads. They can track
the live traffic status from their current location to their destination through
this App and in case of traffic congestion they can take an alternative route.

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9) Citizen -Police Connect through WhatsApp- COP COMM App
❖ The Cyberabad Police launched this programme which would work through
whatsApp. All the Cyberabad Police Officials of the rank of Sub-Inspector and
above would be in WhatsApp team. It is further divided into 10 groups based
on five zones of Cyberabad and other units.
❖ This App would enable people to lodge complaints, report any crime or give
feedback by joining the whatsApp group (no.949061744). People using smart-
phone with internet connectivity can use the service and send any messages,
video or audio clips, images or any other information. If an offence like chain
snatching is reported in one Police Station area and reported in whatsApp, it
would be automatically informed to all other members of the group for quick
action.
10) QR-Coded Stickers for monitoring all hired vehicles and cabs:
❖ In an attempt to monitor all the hired vehicles and cabs operating in their
jurisdiction from the security point of view, the Cyberabad Police has started
the mandatory Quick Response (QR) coded sticker system. This sticker
should be pasted on the front and a rear windscreen of the vehicle and the
sticker is valid for a year.
❖ The move is aimed at easy tracing of drivers and to prevent accidents. By
driving rashly and parking haphazardly, drivers of such vehicles were also
involved in accidents and other nuisances. The Quick Response (QR) coded
sticker would be issued after verification of all the documents. The police have
made it mandatory for the cabs to have these 'IAM SAFE' stickers which the
cab users are supposed to check before they get into the vehicle.
11) Hyderabad COP App-
❖ Hyderabad COP is a mobile based application for internal use by Hyderabad
city Police. All the IT applications and databases currently being used by the
city police have been made available to the officers and staff through the App.
Officers can capture the data from the crime scene/place of work, update the
same through various applications, analyse and process the data and obtain
analytical reports online on their mobile phones.
12) Removing the burden of carrying documents- m-Wallet App.

❖ The m-Wallet App lets a user download digital copies of documents like
driving licences and registration certificate which could be produced before
the Police and Road Transport Authority (RTA) authorities when demanded.
This initiative which is a first of its kind in India is another endeavour by the
Police Department towards people friendly policing.

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❖ Motorists have to download the m-Wallet App and register themselves using
their name and mobile phone which will connect them to the Transport
Department data and immediately digital documents of licence, RC and other
documents will get downloaded on to the App. These digitally downloaded
certificates will be accepted by the Police and the RTA

13) Jail Release Monitoring System: Use of Technology for Creating Database
of Convicts
❖ Using the latest technology available, the Telangana Police are preparing a
comprehensive database of all prisoners-remanded, under trials ,convicted,
detainees and even those released which would help the police to ensure that
the prisoners released from prisons in the State will not be left to relapse into
their old criminal habits.
❖ The Jail Release Monitoring System works on a web-enabled integrating
system of connecting police stations with jails across the State so as to
facilitate a streamlined monitoring mechanism by making available all details
relating to a prisoner at the click of a mouse. With the full implementation of
the monitoring system, the time -frame of which is not yet decided, a generic
search would enable identification of a prisoner or a former prisoner. Besides
that, Aadhaar integration is a notable feature that officials are working on
currently. The system would have details of not just the crime committed for
which a person served the sentence but also information on jail stay, mulaqat,
release etc., in detail.
14) Upgradation of Hacking Tools by the Police; Use of Latest Technology:

❖ In order to overcome the problem of identifying and penetrating the closed


Social Groups on dark net (deep Web), the Telangana Police is planning to
upgrade their hacking tools by investing nearly Rs.1.5 crores.
15) Bharosa Call Centre: Single point support centre for women and children:
❖ The Hyderabad city police have announced the formation of Bharosa- a single
point support centre for women and children who become victims in sexual
assaults and violence.
❖ Bharosa-Support Centre is registered as a non-profit society under the
Societies Registration Act. An executive body along with an advisory board
comprising medical, legal, counselling and rehabilitation experts would help
victims secure justice. The idea of Bharosa was conceived after the Police
realised that women and children falling prey to violence and abuse were
facing hurdles to get the accused punished. Victims had to undergo
cumbersome process moving around police stations and hospitals increasing
their distress instead of receiving relief. Women facing physical, sexual,

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emotional, psychological and economic abuse, irrespective of age, class,
education status, marital status, race and culture would be provided with
support and guidance.

III. WELFARE MEASURES


❖ The Telangana Government has in recognition of the health hazards being
faced by the traffic police personnel issued orders providing an incentive of 30
per cent of the basic salary for personnel engaged in traffic regulation duty.
Similarly, an incentive of 25 per cent of the basic salary has been sanctioned
to personnel working in the CID and the Intelligence Wings.
❖ The Sales Tax on the goods sold in police canteens and co-operative stores
has been waived.
❖ Police personnel will now get 10% reservation in the double bed room scheme
of the Government.
❖ Ceiling on expenditure for medical treatment to All India Services personnel
has been removed.
IV. Telangana Police in the forefront of fulfilling the Civic and Social
responsibilities:

1. Mission Kakatiya and Swachh Telangana Mission.


❖ The Telangana Police have taken an active role in Misssion Kakatiya which
entails restoration of lakes and tanks to address the problem of falling ground
water levels. The Police have also taken an active role in Swachh Telangana
Mission by educating people on the merits of the programme and in taking up
the cleaning up of the premises of public places like hospitals, government
schools thereby leading by example.
2. Adoption of Villages under Grama Jyothi Programme:
❖ The Police Department has adopted villages across various districts to
oversee development as part of the Grama Jyothi Programme initiated by the
Government. The Police Personnel are ensuring development in respective
habitations through close monitoring of the various development parameters
like the existence of toilets, healthcare facilities, conditions of roads and
drinking water sources.

3. Haritha Haram Programme


❖ The Police across all districts have taken a keen interest in the Government's
ambitious programme of increasing the green cover of the State and thereby
protect the environment by planting 230 crores of sampling in the coming
years.

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HIGHLIGHTS IN INCIDENCE OF CRIME

I. The overall crime rate of Telangana State has increased by 3.72%, low ratio of
People 40.09% of the population live in urban areas with 59.91% in rural areas.
Crime by youngsters, new entrants has shown an increase.

1. 104218 cases of Total Cognizable Crime under IPC have been registered in the
State in 2016 as against 100478 in 2015 showing an increase of 3.72 %.

2. 20149 cases of Bodily Crime were reported in the State in 2016 as against 19239
in 2015 showing an increase of 4.73%.
3. Districts / Commissionerates that topped the Crime Graph:
3.1 Cyberabad Commissionerate recorded highest number of Murders (109).
3.2 Hyderabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of Attempt to
Murder cases (132).
3.3 Hyderabad Commissionerate registered highest no. of cases of Culpable
Homicide not amounting to Murder (17).
3.4 Rachakonda Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of
Kidnapping & Abduction (142).
3.5 Hyderabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of Hurt cases
(1369).
3.6 Warangal district registered the highest number of Rioting cases (65).
3.7 Hyderabad Commissionerate recorded highest no. of Rape cases (167).
3.8 Major Cities: Hyderabad ranked 1st in the incidence of Bodily Crimes (1870),
Rachakonda (1744) ranked 2nd and Cyberabad (1565) ranked 3rd.
II. 17494 cases of Property Crime were reported in the State in 2016 as against 19605
in 2015 showing a decrease of 10.77%.
a. Hyderabad Commissionerate recorded highest number of Dacoities (19).
b. Rachakonda Commissionerate recorded the highest number of Robberies (193).
c. Rachakonda Commissionerate recorded the highest number of Burglaries (737).
d. Hyderabad Commissionerate recorded highest number of Theft Cases (2953).
III. 8551 cases of Economic Offences were reported in the State in 2016 as against
7953 in 2015 showing an increase of 7.52%.
a. Hyderabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of Cheating
cases (1914).
b. Hyderabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of
Counterfeit Currency (21).
c. Cyberabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of
Criminal Breach of Trust (149).

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IV. Crime against Women has shown an increase by 2.25% over the figures of last year.
V. Crime against Children has shown an increase by 7.97% over the figures of last year.
VI. Juvenile Delinquency cases have shown a decrease by 19.17% over the figures of
last year.
VII. Crime against SCs/STs increased by 17.33% with 1618 cases reported in 2016 as
against 1379 reported in 2015.
VIII. 10 cases of Extremist Offences reported in 2016 as against 13 cases in 2015 showing
a decreased by 23.08%.
IX. Cases under Special & Local Laws a decreased by 31.61 over previous year.
X. 603 cases registered under Cyber crime in 2016 as against 700 cases in 2015
showing a decreased by 13.86%.
XI. ‘Nil’ cases of Custodial deaths reported in 2016 as against 6 cases in 2015.
XII. 11670 cases of Missing persons increased in 2016 by 4.76% against 11140 in the
year 2015.
XIII. Road accidents showed an increasing trend in 2016 by 4.49 % over previous year
2015.
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District wise Crime Rate (IPC) - 2016
(Per 1 Lakh Population)

Mahabubnagar 168.2

Wanaparthy 170.3

Jogulamba Gadwal 175.7

Vikarabad 178.8

Nagarkurnool 183.5

Jagityal 185.7

Cyberabad 187.6

Sanga Reddy 204.9

Komarmbheem Asifabad 207.6

Rajanna Siricilla 211.9

Nizamabad 215.5
217.1
Kamareddy

Medak 220.7
Districts

Warangal 232.3

Mahabubbad 233.3

Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 245.0


260.76State Average
Siddipet 266.8

Adilabad 270.3

Ramagundam 282.3

Nirmal 295.5

Badhradhri Kothagudem 303.3

Rachakonda 307.0

Nalgonda 313.0

Karimnagar 339.1

Suryapet 354.2

Khammam 371.5

Hyderabad 393.7
0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 450

Crime Rate

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Charge Sheeting Rate for the year - 2016
RP Secunderabad 25.0

Nagarkurnool 45.9

Cyberabad 46.7

Hyderabad 50.2

Wanaparthy 52.1

Jogulamba Gadwal 53.5

Mahabubnagar 55.4

Rachakonda 55.8

Mahabubbad 58.1

Rajanna Siricilla 59.8

Medak 60.2

Nizamabad 61.8
61.97 State Average
62.0
Siddipet
Districts

Vikarabad 63.3

Sanga Reddy 63.5

Kamareddy 63.8

Adilabad 66.9

Nalgonda 67.1

Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 69.2

Ramagundam 70.4

Jagityal 71.0

Warangal 71.5

Khammam 72.8

Komarmbheem Asifabad 72.8

Nirmal 73.1
73.6
Suryapet

Badhradhri Kothagudem 74.5

Karimnagar 75.0
0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

Percentage of charge sheeting

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District wise Conviction Percentage - 2016

Nagarkurnool 5.8

Vikarabad 12.9

Wanaparthy 16.0

Jogulamba Gadwal 17.4

Kamareddy 21.3

Suryapet 21.5

Mahabubbad 22.4

Rajanna Siricilla 23.6

Hyderabad 25.4

Mahabubnagar 25.5

Nizamabad 27.6

Rachakonda 27.7

Adilabad 29.9
Districts

Cyberabad 30.0

Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 30.4


31.55 State Average
Badhradhri Kothagudem 33.1

Warangal 33.6

Sanga Reddy 34.7

Jagityal 36.4

Karimnagar 36.5

Medak 39.1

Siddipet 42.4

Nalgonda 45.2

Nirmal 46.3

Khammam 46.6

Komarmbheem Asifabad 47.0

RP Secunderabad 49.4

Ramagundam 55.8
0 10 20 30 40 50 60

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District wise PT Cases - 2016

RP Secunderabad 556

Adilabad 2243

Jogulamba Gadwal 2448

Komarmbheem Asifabad 2681

Medak 2949

Wanaparthy 2987

Kamareddy 3748

Nirmal 3864

Rajanna Siricilla 3911

Nagarkurnool 4215

Mahabubbad 4218

Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 4533

Vikarabad 4709
Districts

Sanga Reddy 4926

Siddipet 5454

Nizamabad 6410

Mahabubnagar 6411

Jagityal 6572

Badhradhri Kothagudem 8055


8089 State Average
Suryapet 8485

Karimnagar 9432

Khammam 9922

Ramagundam 10064

Nalgonda 11779

Warangal 13632

Rachakonda 21655

Cyberabad 26253

Hyderabad 34400
0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000

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District wise UI cases - 2016

Komarmbheem Asifabad 315

Wanaparthy 487

Jogulamba Gadwal 521

Rajanna Siricilla 580

Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 581

Nirmal 600

Adilabad 635

Vikarabad 689

Medak 696

Mahabubbad 726

Jagityal 736

Kamareddy 774

Karimnagar 859
Districts

RP Secunderabad 877

Nagarkurnool 1053

Sanga Reddy 1095

Suryapet 1096

Siddipet 1118

Badhradhri Kothagudem 1160

Nizamabad 1274

Mahabubnagar 1320

Ramagundam 1465

Khammam 1574
1618 State Average
Nalgonda 1848

Warangal 1886

Rachakonda 5882

Cyberabad 6882

Hyderabad 8577
0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000 10000

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CHAPTER–1

DISTRIBUTION OF COGNIZABLE CRIME


Introduction:

1.1 Total cognizable crime under IPC sections reported in T.S State during the year 2016
is 104218 as against 100478 in 2015 indicating an increase of 3.72%.

1.2 The grand total of Bodily Offences, Property Offences and White-Collar Offences
under the IPC was 46797 in 2015 and 46194 in 2016. The Other IPC cases are
58024 in number in 2016. As on 31.12.2016, a Total No. of 45306 cases are UI and
226512 cases are Pending Trial.

1.3 The District wise percentage of the IPC crime with respect to the Bodily, Property and
White-Collar offences is given in the tables that follow.

1.4 General Trend:

• Hyderabad Commissionerate have highest crime rate in the state, followed by


Rachakonda Commissionerate .

• Pendency of cases Under Investigation was highest in Hyderabad


Commissionerate followed by Cyberabad and Rachakkonda commissionerates.

• Hyderabad Commissionerate had the highest pendency of Pending Trial cases,


followed by Cyberabad and Rachakkonda commissionerates.

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1.5 Future:

In the next few years, it is expected that the conventional crime would drop further
and Economic Offences, Cyber Crimes, Terrorist Crimes, Organised Crime and L&O
problems resulting from urbanization will substantially increase. Cyber Crimes have
been on the increase, as the computerization in India especially in Banking, Financial
Institutions and Service Sector is in a takeoff stage. With low conviction rate, delayed
trial of Criminal cases, lack of alternate dispute resolution system, the number of
Pending Trial (PT) cases would increase enormously.

1.6 Detection:

The state detection percentage is 61.97%. The following units are falling below the
state average: Nagarkurnool (45.9%), Cyberabad (46.7%) and Hyderabad (50.2%).

1.7 Conviction:

The state conviction percentage is 31.55%. The following units are falling below the
state average: Nagarkurnool (5.8%), Vikarabad (12.9%), Wanaparthy(16.0%),
Jogulamba Gadwal (17.4%), Suryapet (21.5%), Mahabubbad (22.4%) and Rajanna
Sircilla (23.6%).

1.8 UI cases :

The total No. of UI cases in the entire State is 45306. The largest number of U.I.
Cases are in Hyderabad City (8577) followed by Cyberabad (6882), Rachakonda
(5882) and Warangal (1886).

1.9 P.T. cases

The total No. of PT cases in the entire State as on 31.12.2016, is 226512. The
largest number of P.T. Cases are in Hyderabad (34400) followed by Cyberabad
(26253), Rachakonda (21655) and Warangal (13632).

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1.10 GENERAL REVIEW OF CRIME –2016

Units that recorded highest


GENERAL REVIEW OF CRIME – 2016 crime under the respective
head:
Total Cognizable Crime (3.72% an Increase)

A total number of 104218 cases were reported 1 Hyderabasd : 15526


in 2016 as against 100478 cases reported up to
2 Rachakonda : 12892
the corresponding period of 2015 indicating an
increase of 3.72%. 3 Cyberabad : 12194
Dacoities (67.57% an increase)

62 cases of dacoities were reported in 2016 as 1 Hyderabad : 19


against 37 in the corresponding period of 2 Cybeabad : 12
previous year 2015 indicating an increase of -
67.57%. 3 Rachakonda : 8
Robberies(81.44% an Increase)

665 cases of robberies were reported in 2016 1 Rachakonda : 193


as against 361 in the corresponding period of
previous year 2015 indicating an Increase of 2 Hyderabad : 178
81.44%. 3 Cyberabad : 147
Burglaries (-6.20% a decrease)

4691 cases of burglaries were reported in 2016 1 Rachakonda : 737


as against 5001 in the corresponding period of 2 Cyberabad : 675
previous year 2015 indicating a decrease of -
6.20%. 3 Hyderabad : 508
Theft Cases (-14.98% a Decrease)

12006 cases of theft were reported in 2016 as 1 Hyderabad : 2953


against 14121 in the corresponding period of 2 Cyberabad : 1881
previous year 2015 indicating a Decrease of - 3 Rachakonda : 1692
14.98%.
Murders (-10.27% a Decrease)

952 cases of Murders were reported in 2016 as 1 Cyberabad : 109


against 1061 in the corresponding period of 2 Rachakonda : 88
previous year 2015 indicating a Decrease of -
3 Hyderabad : 78
10.27%.

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Riotings(-8.44% a Decrease)

488 cases of Riotings were reported in 2016 1 Warangal : 65


as against 533 in the corresponding period of 2 Kothagudem : 49
previous year 2015 indicating a Decrease of - 3 Hyderabad, : 37
8.44%. Khammam & each
Karimnagar
Hurt Cases(6.51% an Increase)

15521 cases of Hurt Cases were reported in 1 Hyderabad : 1369


2016 as against 14573 in the corresponding 2 Warangal : 1256
period of previous year 2015 indicating an 3 Rachakonda : 1230
Increase of 6.51%.
Rape Cases(14.31% an Increase)
1278 cases of Rape Cases were reported in 1 Hyderabad : 167
2016, as against 1118 in the corresponding 2 Rachakonda : 164
period of previous year 2015 indicating an 3 Cyberabad : 124
Increase of 14.31%.
Kidnappings & Abductions
(-5.17% a Decrease)
793 cases of Kidnapping & Abduction cases 1 Rachakonda : 142
were reported in 2016 as against 754 in the 2 Cyberabad : 107
corresponding period of previous year 2015 3 Hyderabad : 70
indicating a Decrease of -5.17%.
Cheatings(7.88% an increase)

7928 cases of Cheating cases were reported in 1 Hyderabad : 1914


2016 as against 7349 in the corresponding 2 Rachakonda : 1421
period of previous year 2015 indicating an 3 Cyberabad : 1193
increase of 7.88%.
Criminal Breach of Trust
(1.60% an increase)
571 cases of Criminal Breach of Trust cases 1 Cyberabad : 149
were reported in 2016 as against 562 in the 2 Hyderabad : 104
corresponding period of previous year 2015 3 Rachakonda : 73
indicating an increase of 1.60%.
Counterfeit Currency (23.81% an increase)
52 Cases of Counterfeit Currency cases were 1 Hyderabad : 21
reported in 2016 as against 42 in the 2 Rachakonda : 6
corresponding period of previous year 2015 3 Cyberabad : 5
indicating an increase of 23.81%.

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Crime Against Women (2.25% an Increase)
13751 cases of Crime Against Women cases 1 Hyderabad : 1724
were reported in 2016 as against 13448 in the 2 Cyberabad : 1635
corresponding period of previous year 2015 3 Rachakonda : 1619
indicating an Increase of 2.25%.
Crime Against SC/ST (17.33% an Increase)
1618 cases of crime against SC/ST were 1 Rachakonda : 195
reported in the year 2015 as against 1379 in the 2 Cyberabad : 144
corresponding period of previous year 2014 3 Hyderabad : 137
showing an Increase of 17.33%.
Road Accidents (4.49% an Increase)
A total of 21202 cases of Road Accidents were 1 Hyderabad : 2443
registered in 2016 as against 20291 in the 2 Cyberabad : 2388
corresponding period of previous year 2015 3 Rachakonda : 2269
recorded an Increase of 4.49%. 7174 persons
died due to accidents and 23719 got injured in
2016.
Under Investigation Cases

Total No. of UI cases in the entire state as on 1 Hyderabad : 8577


31.12.2016 is 45306. 2 Cyberabad : 6882
3 Rachakonda : 5882
Pending Trial Cases

Total No. of PT cases in the entire state as on 1 Hyderabad : 34400


31.12.2016 is 226512. 2 Cyberabad : 26253
3 Rachakonda : 21655
NBWs

17318 NBWs are pending execution as on 1 Hyderabad : 4578


31.12.2016. 2 Cyberabad : 2643
3 Rachakonda : 1688

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TABLE - 1.1

Percentage distribution of Cognizable Crime (IPC) under important heads for the years 2015
and 2016

Murder Attempt to Murder


2015 2016 2015 2016
Sl.
UNITS
No No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 106 9.99 109 11.45 59 5.43 75 7.65


2 Hyderabad 100 9.43 78 8.19 134 12.34 132 13.46
3 Karimnagar 17 1.60 13 1.37 39 3.59 55 5.61
4 Khammam 42 3.96 24 2.52 42 3.87 40 4.08
5 Nizamabad 56 5.28 39 4.10 34 3.13 39 3.98
6 Rachakonda 96 9.05 88 9.24 57 5.25 84 8.56
7 Ramagundam 39 3.68 38 3.99 46 4.24 52 5.30
8 Siddipet 17 1.60 17 1.79 55 5.06 6 0.61
9 Warangal 50 4.71 52 5.46 44 4.05 52 5.30
10 Adilabad 13 1.23 16 1.68 23 2.12 17 1.73
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 30 2.83 25 2.63 45 4.14 47 4.79
12 Jagityal 40 3.77 30 3.15 25 2.30 23 2.34
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 14 1.32 22 2.31 13 1.20 30 3.06
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 38 3.58 20 2.10 23 2.12 12 1.22
15 Kamareddy 29 2.73 22 2.31 19 1.75 17 1.73
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 14 1.32 15 1.58 17 1.57 14 1.43
17 Mahabubbad 15 1.41 19 2.00 6 0.55 26 2.65
18 Mahabubnagar 57 5.37 42 4.41 34 3.13 19 1.94
19 Medak 43 4.05 34 3.57 78 7.18 14 1.43
20 Nagarkurnool 38 3.58 24 2.52 19 1.75 12 1.22
21 Nalgonda 41 3.86 40 4.20 65 5.99 74 7.54
22 Nirmal 18 1.70 12 1.26 27 2.49 10 1.02
23 Rajanna Siricilla 10 0.94 16 1.68 21 1.93 23 2.34
24 Sanga Reddy 34 3.20 60 6.30 65 5.99 29 2.96
25 Suryapet 28 2.64 42 4.41 48 4.42 34 3.47
26 Vikarabad 55 5.18 36 3.78 34 3.13 32 3.26
27 Wanaparthy 17 1.60 17 1.79 11 1.01 11 1.12
28 RP Secunderabad 4 0.38 2 0.21 3 0.28 1 0.10
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.10
TOTAL : 1061 2.27 952 2.06 1086 2.32 981 2.12

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This %
gives the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White collar
offences)

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TABLE - 1.2

Culp. Hom. not amounting to


Kidnapping & Abduction
Murder
Sl. 2015 2016 2015 2016
UNITS
No
No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 16 14.16 14 10.29 76 10.07 107 13.49


2 Hyderabad 6 5.31 17 12.50 200 26.49 70 8.83
3 Karimnagar 4 3.54 3 2.21 28 3.71 29 3.66
4 Khammam 2 1.77 0 0.00 32 4.24 44 5.55
5 Nizamabad 7 6.19 6 4.41 5 0.66 14 1.77
6 Rachakonda 9 7.96 11 8.09 73 9.67 142 17.91
7 Ramagundam 6 5.31 14 10.29 24 3.18 32 4.04
8 Siddipet 0 0.00 9 6.62 16 2.12 13 1.64
9 Warangal 3 2.65 6 4.41 34 4.50 46 5.80
10 Adilabad 2 1.77 2 1.47 13 1.72 12 1.51
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1 0.88 6 4.41 21 2.78 44 5.55
12 Jagityal 8 7.08 3 2.21 17 2.25 13 1.64
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 1 0.88 2 1.47 15 1.99 32 4.04
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 0.88 0 0.00 25 3.31 9 1.13
15 Kamareddy 3 2.65 3 2.21 5 0.66 15 1.89
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 4 3.54 5 3.68 4 0.53 2 0.25
17 Mahabubbad 3 2.65 2 1.47 15 1.99 32 4.04
18 Mahabubnagar 10 8.85 3 2.21 29 3.84 30 3.78
19 Medak 3 2.65 4 2.94 9 1.19 4 0.50
20 Nagarkurnool 2 1.77 2 1.47 10 1.32 6 0.76
21 Nalgonda 1 0.88 5 3.68 19 2.52 22 2.77
22 Nirmal 4 3.54 4 2.94 3 0.40 8 1.01
23 Rajanna Siricilla 2 1.77 1 0.74 8 1.06 19 2.40
24 Sanga Reddy 7 6.19 7 5.15 26 3.44 8 1.01
25 Suryapet 2 1.77 3 2.21 14 1.85 14 1.77
26 Vikarabad 6 5.31 2 1.47 16 2.12 18 2.27
27 Wanaparthy 0 0.00 2 1.47 16 2.12 7 0.88
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.13 1 0.13
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 0.13 0 0.00
TOTAL : 113 0.24 136 0.29 755 1.61 793 1.72

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This %
gives the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White
collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.3

Hurt Riotings

Sl. 2015 2016 2015 2016


UNITS
No
No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 1154 7.92 1114 7.18 21 3.94 22 4.51


2 Hyderabad 1168 8.01 1369 8.82 41 7.69 37 7.58
3 Karimnagar 532 3.65 622 4.01 34 6.38 37 7.58
4 Khammam 767 5.26 714 4.60 20 3.75 37 7.58
5 Nizamabad 447 3.07 496 3.20 20 3.75 4 0.82
6 Rachakonda 1092 7.49 1230 7.92 9 1.69 25 5.12
7 Ramagundam 703 4.82 828 5.33 7 1.31 10 2.05
8 Siddipet 538 3.69 505 3.25 24 4.50 29 5.94
9 Warangal 1198 8.22 1256 8.09 73 13.70 65 13.32
10 Adilabad 327 2.24 340 2.19 14 2.63 2 0.41
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 483 3.31 553 3.56 41 7.69 49 10.04
12 Jagityal 443 3.04 351 2.26 11 2.06 12 2.46
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 303 2.08 409 2.64 22 4.13 6 1.23
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 176 1.21 218 1.40 16 3.00 8 1.64
15 Kamareddy 259 1.78 325 2.09 8 1.50 5 1.02
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 225 1.54 245 1.58 8 1.50 2 0.41
17 Mahabubbad 430 2.95 443 2.85 28 5.25 21 4.30
18 Mahabubnagar 509 3.49 456 2.94 17 3.19 14 2.87
19 Medak 254 1.74 285 1.84 10 1.88 5 1.02
20 Nagarkurnool 284 1.95 321 2.07 6 1.13 2 0.41
21 Nalgonda 942 6.46 1011 6.51 33 6.19 19 3.89
22 Nirmal 363 2.49 376 2.42 3 0.56 16 3.28
23 Rajanna Siricilla 193 1.32 220 1.42 16 3.00 11 2.25
24 Sanga Reddy 545 3.74 531 3.42 17 3.19 23 4.71
25 Suryapet 621 4.26 741 4.77 19 3.56 16 3.28
26 Vikarabad 424 2.91 344 2.22 5 0.94 3 0.61
27 Wanaparthy 180 1.24 209 1.35 9 1.69 7 1.43
28 RP Secunderabad 13 0.09 9 0.06 1 0.19 1 0.20
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
TOTAL : 14573 31.14 15521 33.60 533 1.14 488 1.06

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This %
gives the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White
collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.4

Rape Total Bodily Crime

Sl. 2015 2016 2015 2016


UNITS
No No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 94 8.41 124 9.70 1526 7.93 1565 7.77


2 Hyderabad 108 9.66 167 13.07 1757 9.13 1870 9.28
3 Karimnagar 38 3.40 37 2.90 692 3.60 796 3.95
4 Khammam 48 4.29 58 4.54 953 4.95 917 4.55
5 Nizamabad 24 2.15 24 1.88 593 3.08 622 3.09
6 Rachakonda 89 7.96 164 12.83 1425 7.41 1744 8.66
7 Ramagundam 37 3.31 33 2.58 862 4.48 1007 5.00
8 Siddipet 42 3.76 30 2.35 692 3.60 609 3.02
9 Warangal 67 5.99 58 4.54 1469 7.64 1535 7.62
10 Adilabad 16 1.43 27 2.11 408 2.12 416 2.06
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 44 3.94 77 6.03 665 3.46 801 3.98
12 Jagityal 34 3.04 32 2.50 578 3.00 464 2.30
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 19 1.70 28 2.19 387 2.01 529 2.63
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 17 1.52 23 1.80 296 1.54 290 1.44
15 Kamareddy 10 0.89 12 0.94 333 1.73 399 1.98
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 23 2.06 22 1.72 295 1.53 305 1.51
17 Mahabubbad 33 2.95 32 2.50 530 2.75 575 2.85
18 Mahabubnagar 80 7.16 64 5.01 736 3.83 628 3.12
19 Medak 25 2.24 26 2.03 422 2.19 372 1.85
20 Nagarkurnool 40 3.58 23 1.80 399 2.07 390 1.94
21 Nalgonda 44 3.94 41 3.21 1145 5.95 1212 6.02
22 Nirmal 10 0.89 15 1.17 428 2.22 441 2.19
23 Rajanna Siricilla 12 1.07 12 0.94 262 1.36 302 1.50
24 Sanga Reddy 41 3.67 36 2.82 735 3.82 694 3.44
25 Suryapet 54 4.83 46 3.60 786 4.09 896 4.45
26 Vikarabad 41 3.67 47 3.68 581 3.02 482 2.39
27 Wanaparthy 25 2.24 20 1.56 258 1.34 273 1.35
28 RP Secunderabad 2 0.18 0 0.00 24 0.12 14 0.07
29 CID 1 0.09 0 0.00 2 0.01 1 0.00
TOTAL : 1118 2.39 1278 2.77 19239 41.11 20149 43.62

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This % gives the
contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.5

Murder for gain Dacoities

Sl. 2015 2016 2015 2016


UNITS
No
No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 11 12.94 8 10.00 11 29.73 12 19.35


2 Hyderabad 4 4.71 7 8.75 9 24.32 19 30.65
3 Karimnagar 2 2.35 3 3.75 0 0.00 6 9.68
4 Khammam 2 2.35 1 1.25 1 2.70 3 4.84
5 Nizamabad 6 7.06 6 7.50 2 5.41 0 0.00
6 Rachakonda 5 5.88 6 7.50 1 2.70 8 12.90
7 Ramagundam 2 2.35 0 0.00 1 2.70 0 0.00
8 Siddipet 3 3.53 3 3.75 0 0.00 0 0.00
9 Warangal 2 2.35 1 1.25 2 5.41 1 1.61
10 Adilabad 2 2.35 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1 1.18 0 0.00 2 5.41 1 1.61
12 Jagityal 1 1.18 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 1.61
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 3 3.53 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
15 Kamareddy 3 3.53 7 8.75 2 5.41 0 0.00
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 1.18 0 0.00 0 0.00 2 3.23
17 Mahabubbad 0 0.00 1 1.25 0 0.00 1 1.61
18 Mahabubnagar 8 9.41 6 7.50 1 2.70 1 1.61
19 Medak 3 3.53 6 7.50 0 0.00 2 3.23
20 Nagarkurnool 2 2.35 3 3.75 0 0.00 1 1.61
21 Nalgonda 2 2.35 5 6.25 1 2.70 0 0.00
22 Nirmal 0 0.00 2 2.50 0 0.00 2 3.23
23 Rajanna Siricilla 1 1.18 0 0.00 0 0.00 1 1.61
24 Sanga Reddy 7 8.24 8 10.00 3 8.11 1 1.61
25 Suryapet 0 0.00 1 1.25 0 0.00 0 0.00
26 Vikarabad 11 12.94 4 5.00 1 2.70 0 0.00
27 Wanaparthy 3 3.53 2 2.50 0 0.00 0 0.00
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
TOTAL : 85 0.18 80 0.17 37 0.08 62 0.13

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This %
gives the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White
collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.6

Robberies Burglaries
2015 2016 2015 2016
Sl. No UNITS
No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 58 16.07 147 22.44 721 14.42 675 14.39


2 Hyderabad 102 28.25 178 27.18 666 13.32 508 10.83
3 Karimnagar 6 1.66 17 2.60 184 3.68 170 3.62
4 Khammam 12 3.32 6 0.92 197 3.94 165 3.52
5 Nizamabad 12 3.32 11 1.68 223 4.46 231 4.92
6 Rachakonda 47 13.02 193 29.47 613 12.26 737 15.71
7 Ramagundam 13 3.60 7 1.07 226 4.52 231 4.92
8 Siddipet 3 0.83 4 0.61 151 3.02 106 2.26
9 Warangal 15 4.16 4 0.61 218 4.36 223 4.75
10 Adilabad 6 1.66 8 1.22 100 2.00 88 1.88
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 6 1.66 5 0.76 165 3.30 127 2.71
12 Jagityal 7 1.94 4 0.61 116 2.32 120 2.56
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 2 0.55 5 0.76 51 1.02 72 1.53
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0.00 2 0.31 63 1.26 51 1.09
15 Kamareddy 5 1.39 1 0.15 132 2.64 137 2.92
Komarambheem
16 2 0.55 0 0.00 25 0.50 30 0.64
Asifabad
17 Mahabubbad 5 1.39 4 0.61 69 1.38 76 1.62
18 Mahabubnagar 10 2.77 7 1.07 178 3.56 115 2.45
19 Medak 10 2.77 3 0.46 123 2.46 88 1.88
20 Nagarkurnool 4 1.11 0 0.00 58 1.16 50 1.07
21 Nalgonda 6 1.66 15 2.29 166 3.32 187 3.99
22 Nirmal 2 0.55 2 0.31 72 1.44 48 1.02
23 Rajanna Siricilla 1 0.28 4 0.61 72 1.44 60 1.28
24 Sanga Reddy 7 1.94 16 2.44 184 3.68 180 3.84
25 Suryapet 6 1.66 4 0.61 81 1.62 109 2.32
26 Vikarabad 7 1.94 4 0.61 88 1.76 63 1.34
27 Wanaparthy 3 0.83 1 0.15 58 1.16 43 0.92
28 RP Secunderabad 4 1.11 3 0.46 1 0.02 1 0.02
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
TOTAL : 361 0.77 655 1.42 5001 10.69 4691 10.15

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This %
gives the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White
collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.7
Ordinary Thefts Total Property Crime

Sl. No UNITS 2015 2016 2015 2016


No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage
1 Cyberabad 2097 14.85 1881 15.67 2898 14.78 2723 15.57
2 Hyderabad 3460 24.50 2953 24.60 4241 21.63 3665 20.95
3 Karimnagar 257 1.82 263 2.19 449 2.29 459 2.62
4 Khammam 434 3.07 334 2.78 646 3.30 509 2.91
5 Nizamabad 509 3.60 449 3.74 752 3.84 697 3.98
6 Rachakonda 1994 14.12 1692 14.09 2660 13.57 2636 15.07
7 Ramagundam 359 2.54 376 3.13 601 3.07 614 3.51
8 Siddipet 204 1.44 185 1.54 361 1.84 298 1.70
9 Warangal 374 2.65 330 2.75 611 3.12 559 3.20
10 Adilabad 157 1.11 162 1.35 265 1.35 258 1.47
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 262 1.86 210 1.75 436 2.22 343 1.96
12 Jagityal 179 1.27 113 0.94 303 1.55 238 1.36
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 122 0.86 95 0.79 175 0.89 172 0.98
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 240 1.70 194 1.62 306 1.56 247 1.41
15 Kamareddy 208 1.47 211 1.76 350 1.79 356 2.03
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 42 0.30 41 0.34 70 0.36 73 0.42
17 Mahabubbad 83 0.59 85 0.71 157 0.80 167 0.95
18 Mahabubnagar 571 4.04 335 2.79 768 3.92 464 2.65
19 Medak 208 1.47 121 1.01 344 1.75 220 1.26
20 Nagarkurnool 282 2.00 266 2.22 346 1.76 320 1.83
21 Nalgonda 279 1.98 214 1.78 454 2.32 421 2.41
22 Nirmal 141 1.00 112 0.93 215 1.10 166 0.95
23 Rajanna Siricilla 91 0.64 67 0.56 165 0.84 132 0.75
24 Sanga Reddy 476 3.37 304 2.53 677 3.45 509 2.91
25 Suryapet 203 1.44 183 1.52 290 1.48 297 1.70
26 Vikarabad 140 0.99 119 0.99 247 1.26 190 1.09
27 Wanaparthy 153 1.08 135 1.12 217 1.11 181 1.03
28 RP Secunderabad 596 4.22 576 4.80 601 3.07 580 3.32
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00 0 0.00
TOTAL : 14121 30.18 12006 25.99 19605 41.89 17494 37.87

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This % gives the
contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.8
Cheatings Criminal Breach of Trust
Sl. 2015 2016 2015 2016
UNITS
No
No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce- No. of Perce-
cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage cases ntage

1 Cyberabad 1151 15.66 1193 15.05 153 27.22 149 26.09


2 Hyderabad 1996 27.16 1914 24.14 86 15.30 104 18.21
3 Karimnagar 271 3.69 310 3.91 35 6.23 23 4.03
4 Khammam 213 2.90 250 3.15 11 1.96 11 1.93
5 Nizamabad 122 1.66 155 1.96 19 3.38 17 2.98
6 Rachakonda 1382 18.81 1421 17.92 70 12.46 73 12.78
7 Ramagundam 234 3.18 368 4.64 20 3.56 19 3.33
8 Siddipet 119 1.62 126 1.59 11 1.96 4 0.70
9 Warangal 302 4.11 320 4.04 12 2.14 2 0.35
10 Adilabad 69 0.94 84 1.06 15 2.67 14 2.45
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 103 1.40 124 1.56 8 1.42 10 1.75
12 Jagityal 119 1.62 151 1.90 12 2.14 15 2.63
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 61 0.83 61 0.77 2 0.36 1 0.18
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 42 0.57 56 0.71 1 0.18 5 0.88
15 Kamareddy 118 1.61 99 1.25 7 1.25 18 3.15
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 29 0.39 33 0.42 6 1.07 9 1.58
17 Mahabubbad 89 1.21 82 1.03 3 0.53 1 0.18
18 Mahabubnagar 79 1.07 69 0.87 7 1.25 10 1.75
19 Medak 55 0.75 71 0.90 2 0.36 6 1.05
20 Nagarkurnool 48 0.65 46 0.58 2 0.36 3 0.53
21 Nalgonda 242 3.29 288 3.63 18 3.20 19 3.33
22 Nirmal 41 0.56 75 0.95 8 1.42 6 1.05
23 Rajanna Siricilla 72 0.98 81 1.02 5 0.89 4 0.70
24 Sanga Reddy 144 1.96 185 2.33 11 1.96 8 1.40
25 Suryapet 120 1.63 197 2.48 30 5.34 27 4.73
26 Vikarabad 67 0.91 78 0.98 5 0.89 5 0.88
27 Wanaparthy 42 0.57 26 0.33 0 0.00 8 1.40
28 RP Secunderabad 4 0.05 46 0.58 0 0.00 0 0.00
29 CID 15 0.20 19 0.24 3 0.53 0 0.00
TOTAL : 7349 15.70 7928 17.16 562 1.20 571 1.24

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This %
gives the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White
collar offences)

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TABLE - 1.9

Counterfeiting Total White Collar Offences


Sl. 2015 2016 2015 2016
UNITS
No
No. of Percen- No. of Percen- No. of Percen- No. of Percen-
cases tage cases tage cases tage cases tage
1 Cyberabad 4 9.52 5 9.62 1308 16.45 1347 15.75
2 Hyderabad 24 57.14 21 40.38 2106 26.48 2039 23.85
3 Karimnagar 1 2.38 1 1.92 307 3.86 334 3.91
4 Khammam 0 0.00 0 0.00 224 2.82 261 3.05
5 Nizamabad 0 0.00 0 0.00 141 1.77 172 2.01
6 Rachakonda 2 4.76 6 11.54 1454 18.28 1500 17.54
7 Ramagundam 3 7.14 2 3.85 257 3.23 389 4.55
8 Siddipet 1 2.38 0 0.00 131 1.65 130 1.52
9 Warangal 2 4.76 0 0.00 316 3.97 322 3.77
10 Adilabad 0 0.00 0 0.00 84 1.06 98 1.15
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1 2.38 0 0.00 112 1.41 134 1.57
12 Jagityal 0 0.00 1 1.92 131 1.65 167 1.95
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0.00 1 1.92 63 0.79 63 0.74
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0.00 0 0.00 43 0.54 61 0.71
15 Kamareddy 1 2.38 0 0.00 126 1.58 117 1.37
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0.00 0 0.00 35 0.44 42 0.49
17 Mahabubbad 0 0.00 0 0.00 92 1.16 83 0.97
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0.00 3 5.77 86 1.08 82 0.96
19 Medak 0 0.00 1 1.92 57 0.72 78 0.91
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0.00 0 0.00 50 0.63 49 0.57
21 Nalgonda 2 4.76 1 1.92 262 3.29 308 3.60
22 Nirmal 1 2.38 1 1.92 50 0.63 82 0.96
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0.00 0 0.00 77 0.97 85 0.99
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0.00 2 3.85 155 1.95 195 2.28
25 Suryapet 0 0.00 2 3.85 150 1.89 226 2.64
26 Vikarabad 0 0.00 4 7.69 72 0.91 87 1.02
27 Wanaparthy 0 0.00 1 1.92 42 0.53 35 0.41
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0.00 0 0.00 4 0.05 46 0.54
29 CID 0 0.00 0 0.00 18 0.23 19 0.22
TOTAL : 42 0.09 52 0.11 7953 16.99 8551 18.51

*Note: The percentages are calculated as a fraction of the grand total given in Table 1.11. This % gives
the contribution of the head in the total offences(Bodily offences+Property offences + White collar
offences)

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TABLE - 1.10
Bodily + Property +
Total Bodily Total Property Total White
White Collar
Crimes Crimes Collar Offences
Offences
Sl.
UNITS
No 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of Grand Grand
cases cases cases cases cases cases Total Total

1 Cyberabad 1526 1565 2898 2723 1308 1347 5732 5635


2 Hyderabad 1757 1870 4241 3665 2106 2039 8104 7574
3 Karimnagar 692 796 449 459 307 334 1448 1589
4 Khammam 953 917 646 509 224 261 1823 1687
5 Nizamabad 593 622 752 697 141 172 1486 1491
6 Rachakonda 1425 1744 2660 2636 1454 1500 5539 5880
7 Ramagundam 862 1007 601 614 257 389 1720 2010
8 Siddipet 692 609 361 298 131 130 1184 1037
9 Warangal 1469 1535 611 559 316 322 2396 2416
10 Adilabad 408 416 265 258 84 98 757 772
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 665 801 436 343 112 134 1213 1278
12 Jagityal 578 464 303 238 131 167 1012 869
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 387 529 175 172 63 63 625 764
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 296 290 306 247 43 61 645 598
15 Kamareddy 333 399 350 356 126 117 809 872
Komarambheem
16 Asifabad 295 305 70 73 35 42 400 420
17 Mahabubbad 530 575 157 167 92 83 779 825
18 Mahabubnagar 736 628 768 464 86 82 1590 1174
19 Medak 422 372 344 220 57 78 823 670
20 Nagarkurnool 399 390 346 320 50 49 795 759
21 Nalgonda 1145 1212 454 421 262 308 1861 1941
22 Nirmal 428 441 215 166 50 82 693 689
23 Rajanna Siricilla 262 302 165 132 77 85 504 519
24 Sanga Reddy 735 694 677 509 155 195 1567 1398
25 Suryapet 786 896 290 297 150 226 1226 1419
26 Vikarabad 581 482 247 190 72 87 900 759
27 Wanaparthy 258 273 217 181 42 35 517 489
28 RP Secunderabad 24 14 601 580 4 46 629 640
29 CID 2 1 0 0 18 19 20 20
TOTAL : 19239 20149 19605 17494 7953 8551 46797 46194

*Note: The percentage is calculated in earlier tables are based on the grand totals in the last two columns
i.e., 46797 and 46194

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TABLE - 1.11

Population Other IPC Tot.Cog. Crime Crime Rate


Sl. No UNITS
(In lakhs) in 2016
2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 62.03 6459 6559 12191 12194 196.58

2 Hyderabad 39.43 7720 7952 15824 15526 393.73

3 Karimnagar 10.06 2045 1821 3493 3410 339.06

4 Khammam 14.02 2481 3520 4304 5207 371.49

5 Nizamabad 15.77 2028 1908 3514 3399 215.52

6 Rachakonda 42.00 6533 7012 12072 12892 306.95

7 Ramagundam 16.02 2015 2513 3735 4523 282.27

8 Siddipet 10.12 1326 1663 2510 2700 266.78

9 Warangal 23.66 3244 3080 5640 5496 232.31

10 Adilabad 7.09 910 1144 1667 1916 270.25

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 1919 2065 3132 3343 303.33

12 Jagityal 9.83 1149 957 2161 1826 185.68

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 776 979 1401 1743 244.98

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 486 474 1131 1072 175.74

15 Kamareddy 9.73 1122 1240 1931 2112 217.14

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 522 651 922 1071 207.63

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 733 982 1512 1807 233.30

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 1703 1324 3293 2498 168.15

19 Medak 7.67 896 1024 1719 1694 220.74

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 701 822 1496 1581 183.46

21 Nalgonda 16.18 2601 3125 4462 5066 313.02

22 Nirmal 7.09 1130 1407 1823 2096 295.45

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 630 644 1134 1163 211.90

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 1559 1732 3126 3130 204.89

25 Suryapet 9.56 1477 1968 2703 3387 354.18

26 Vikarabad 9.27 918 899 1818 1658 178.83

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 511 495 1028 984 170.31

28 RP Secunderabad 0 76 56 705 696 0.00

29 CID 11 8 31 28 0.00

TOTAL : 396.70 53681 58024 100478 104218 262.71

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TABLE - 1.12
Total pending
Sl. Total UI cases as Total PT cases as
UNITS execution of NBWs as
No on 31.12.2016 on 31.12.2016
on 31.12.2016
1 Cyberabad 8577 34400 2643
2 Hyderabad 5882 21655 4578
3 Karimnagar 6882 26253 609
4 Khammam 689 4709 169
5 Nizamabad 1320 6411 710
6 Rachakonda 1053 4215 1688
7 Ramagundam 487 2987 1207
8 Siddipet 521 2448 281
9 Warangal 1848 11779 0
10 Adilabad 1096 8485 216
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1274 6410 290
12 Jagityal 774 3748 777
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 1118 5454 81
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 696 2949 102
15 Kamareddy 1095 4926 351
Komarambheem
16 Asifabad 1886 13632 363
17 Mahabubbad 726 4218 88
18 Mahabubnagar 581 4533 403
19 Medak 1574 9922 195
20 Nagarkurnool 1160 8055 201
21 Nalgonda 859 9432 330
22 Nirmal 1465 10064 383
23 Rajanna Siricilla 580 3911 832
24 Sanga Reddy 736 6572 296
25 Suryapet 635 2243 149
26 Vikarabad 315 2681 157
27 Wanaparthy 600 3864 88
28 RP Secunderabad 877 556 131
29 CID 0 0 0
TOTAL : 45306 226512 17318

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CHAPTER–2

BODILY CRIME

2.1 Bodily crime includes Murder (302 IPC), Attempt to Murder (307 IPC), Culpable
Homicide not amounting to Murder (304 IPC), Kidnapping & Abduction (363 / 365
IPC), Hurt (324 to 326 IPC), Riotings (147, 148 IPC) and Rape cases.

2.2 20149 cases involving bodily crime were registered during the year 2016 as against
19239 cases in 2015 showing an increase of 4.73%. The district-wise comparative
statement relating to offences of Bodily Crime during 2015 and 2016 along with the
percentage variation in the number of cases reported during current year 2016 over
the previous year 2015 is given in tables 2.1 to 2.5.

2.3 A comparative statement of Bodily Crime reported in the state for the years 2015 &
2016, district wise with rank is given in the Table –2.5

2.4 Murder (Sec. 302 IPC)

A total number of 952 cases were reported in the state in 2016 showing a decrease
of 10.27%. Cyberabad registered the highest incidence of Murder cases (109)
followed by Rachakonda (88) and Hyderabad City (78) recorded a decrease in
murder cases in 2016 over 2015.

2.5 Attempt to Murder (Sec. 307 IPC)

The State witnessed 9.67% decrease in incidence of Attempt to Murder in 2016 over
2015. 981 cases were registered in the year 2016 as against 1086 in 2015. Highest
number of cases were reported in Hyderabad (132) followed by Rachakonda (84)
and Cyberabad (75).

2.6 Culpable Homicide not amounting to Murder (Sec. 304 IPC)

136 cases were reported during the year 2016 as against 113 cases in 2015 showing
a decrease of 20.35%. Highest number of cases were reported in Hyderabad (17)
followed by Cyberabad & Ramagundam (14 each) and Rachakonda (11).

2.7 Kidnapping and Abduction (Sec 363,369 IPC)

The total No. of Kidnapping and Abduction cases 793 were reported during the year
2016 as against 755 in 2015 showing an increased by 5.03% over previous year.
Rachakonda registered highest No. of cases (142) followed by Cyberabad (107) and
Hyderabad (70).

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2.8 Hurt Cases (Sec. 324, 325, 326 IPC)

15521 Hurt cases were registered during the year 2016 as against 14573 cases in
2015 showing an increase by 6.51%. Hyderabad registered highest No. of cases
(1369) followed by Warangal (1256) and Rachakonda (1230).

2.9 Riotings (Sec. 147,148, 149 IPC)

488 Riotings were registered during the year 2016 as against 533 cases in 2015
showing a decrease by 8.44%. Warangal registered highest No. of cases (65)
followed by Bhadradri Kothagudem (49) and Hyderabad, Karimnagar Nagar &
Khammam (37 each).

2.10 Rape (Sec. 376 IPC)

1278 Cases were reported in the year 2016 as against 1118 cases in 2015. Highest
No. of cases were reported from Hyderabad (167) followed by Rachakonda (164) and
Cyberabad (124).

2.11 Acid attack cases:

Nil cases reported in 2016 as against 1 case in 2015.

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TABLE - 2.1

District wise Bodily Crime for 2015 and 2016, variation in 2016 over 2015 and crime rate for 2016

Murder Attempt to Murder


Populati
Sl. No UNITS on in % %
Lakhs Variation Crime rate Variation Crime rate
2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 for 2016 in 2016 for 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 106 109 2.8% 1.76 59 75 27.1% 1.21

2 Hyderabad 39.43 100 78 -22.0% 1.98 134 132 -1.5% 3.35

3 Karimnagar 10.06 17 13 -23.5% 1.29 39 55 41.0% 5.47

4 Khammam 14.02 42 24 -42.9% 1.71 42 40 -4.8% 2.85

5 Nizamabad 15.77 56 39 -30.4% 2.47 34 39 14.7% 2.47

6 Rachakonda 42.00 96 88 -8.3% 2.10 57 84 47.4% 2.00

7 Ramagundam 16.02 39 38 -2.6% 2.37 46 52 13.0% 3.25

8 Siddipet 10.12 17 17 0.0% 1.68 55 6 -89.1% 0.59

9 Warangal 23.66 50 52 4.0% 2.20 44 52 18.2% 2.20

10 Adilabad 7.09 13 16 23.1% 2.26 23 17 -26.1% 2.40

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 30 25 -16.7% 2.27 45 47 4.4% 4.26

12 Jagityal 9.83 40 30 -25.0% 3.05 25 23 -8.0% 2.34

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 14 22 57.1% 3.09 13 30 130.8% 4.22

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 38 20 -47.4% 3.28 23 12 -47.8% 1.97

15 Kamareddy 9.73 29 22 -24.1% 2.26 19 17 -10.5% 1.75

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 14 15 7.1% 2.91 17 14 -17.6% 2.71

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 15 19 26.7% 2.45 6 26 333.3% 3.36

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 57 42 -26.3% 2.83 34 19 -44.1% 1.28

19 Medak 7.67 43 34 -20.9% 4.43 78 14 -82.1% 1.82

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 38 24 -36.8% 2.78 19 12 -36.8% 1.39

21 Nalgonda 16.18 41 40 -2.4% 2.47 65 74 13.8% 4.57

22 Nirmal 7.09 18 12 -33.3% 1.69 27 10 -63.0% 1.41

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 10 16 60.0% 2.92 21 23 9.5% 4.19

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 34 60 76.5% 3.93 65 29 -55.4% 1.90

25 Suryapet 9.56 28 42 50.0% 4.39 48 34 -29.2% 3.56

26 Vikarabad 9.27 55 36 -34.5% 3.88 34 32 -5.9% 3.45

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 17 17 0.0% 2.94 11 11 0.0% 1.90

28 RP Secunderabad 0 4 2 -50.0% #DIV/0! 3 1 -66.7% #DIV/0!

29 CID 0 0 0 0.0% #DIV/0! 0 1 0.0% #DIV/0!

TOTAL : 396.70 1061 952 -10.3 2.4 1086 981 -9.7 2.5

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population.

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TABLE - 2.2

Culp. Hom. not amounting to Murder Kidnapping & Abduction

Sl. Population
UNITS % %
No in Lakhs
Variation Crime rate Variation Crime rate
2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 for 2016 in 2016 for 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 16 14 -12.5% 0.23 76 107 40.8% 1.72

2 Hyderabad 39.43 6 17 183.3% 0.43 200 70 -65.0% 1.78

3 Karimnagar 10.06 4 3 -25.0% 0.30 28 29 3.6% 2.88

4 Khammam 14.02 2 0 -100.0% 0.00 32 44 37.5% 3.14

5 Nizamabad 15.77 7 6 -14.3% 0.38 5 14 180.0% 0.89

6 Rachakonda 42.00 9 11 22.2% 0.26 73 142 94.5% 3.38

7 Ramagundam 16.02 6 14 133.3% 0.87 24 32 33.3% 2.00

8 Siddipet 10.12 0 9 0.89 16 13 -18.8% 1.28

9 Warangal 23.66 3 6 100.0% 0.25 34 46 35.3% 1.94

10 Adilabad 7.09 2 2 0.0% 0.28 13 12 -7.7% 1.69

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 1 6 500.0% 0.54 21 44 109.5% 3.99

12 Jagityal 9.83 8 3 -62.5% 0.31 17 13 -23.5% 1.32

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 1 2 100.0% 0.28 15 32 113.3% 4.50

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 25 9 -64.0% 1.48

15 Kamareddy 9.73 3 3 0.0% 0.31 5 15 200.0% 1.54

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 4 5 25.0% 0.97 4 2 -50.0% 0.39

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 3 2 -33.3% 0.26 15 32 113.3% 4.13

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 10 3 -70.0% 0.20 29 30 3.4% 2.02

19 Medak 7.67 3 4 33.3% 0.52 9 4 -55.6% 0.52

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 2 2 0.0% 0.23 10 6 -40.0% 0.70

21 Nalgonda 16.18 1 5 400.0% 0.31 19 22 15.8% 1.36

22 Nirmal 7.09 4 4 0.0% 0.56 3 8 166.7% 1.13

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 2 1 -50.0% 0.18 8 19 137.5% 3.46

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 7 7 0.0% 0.46 26 8 -69.2% 0.52

25 Suryapet 9.56 2 3 50.0% 0.31 14 14 0.0% 1.46

26 Vikarabad 9.27 6 2 -66.7% 0.22 16 18 12.5% 1.94

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 0 2 0.35 16 7 -56.3% 1.21

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 #DIV/0! 1 1 0.0% #DIV/0!

29 CID 0 0 #DIV/0! 1 0 -100.0% #DIV/0!

TOTAL : 396.70 113 136 20.4 0.3 755 793 5.0 2.0

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population.

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TABLE - 2.3
Hurt Rioting
Popula % %
Crime Crime
Sl. No UNITS tion in Variation Variation
2015 2016 rate for 2015 2016 rate for
Lakhs in 2016 in 2016
2016 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 1154 1114 -3.5% 17.96 21 22 4.8% 0.35

2 Hyderabad 39.43 1168 1369 17.2% 34.72 41 37 -9.8% 0.94

3 Karimnagar 10.06 532 622 16.9% 61.85 34 37 8.8% 3.68

4 Khammam 14.02 767 714 -6.9% 50.94 20 37 85.0% 2.64

5 Nizamabad 15.77 447 496 11.0% 31.45 20 4 -80.0% 0.25

6 Rachakonda 42.00 1092 1230 12.6% 29.29 9 25 177.8% 0.60

7 Ramagundam 16.02 703 828 17.8% 51.67 7 10 42.9% 0.62

8 Siddipet 10.12 538 505 -6.1% 49.90 24 29 20.8% 2.87

9 Warangal 23.66 1198 1256 4.8% 53.09 73 65 -11.0% 2.75

10 Adilabad 7.09 327 340 4.0% 47.96 14 2 -85.7% 0.28

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 483 553 14.5% 50.18 41 49 19.5% 4.45

12 Jagityal 9.83 443 351 -20.8% 35.69 11 12 9.1% 1.22

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 303 409 35.0% 57.49 22 6 -72.7% 0.84

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 176 218 23.9% 35.74 16 8 -50.0% 1.31

15 Kamareddy 9.73 259 325 25.5% 33.41 8 5 -37.5% 0.51

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 225 245 8.9% 47.50 8 2 -75.0% 0.39

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 430 443 3.0% 57.19 28 21 -25.0% 2.71

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 509 456 -10.4% 30.70 17 14 -17.6% 0.94

19 Medak 7.67 254 285 12.2% 37.14 10 5 -50.0% 0.65

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 284 321 13.0% 37.25 6 2 -66.7% 0.23

21 Nalgonda 16.18 942 1011 7.3% 62.47 33 19 -42.4% 1.17

22 Nirmal 7.09 363 376 3.6% 53.00 3 16 433.3% 2.26

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 193 220 14.0% 40.08 16 11 -31.3% 2.00

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 545 531 -2.6% 34.76 17 23 35.3% 1.51

25 Suryapet 9.56 621 741 19.3% 77.49 19 16 -15.8% 1.67

26 Vikarabad 9.27 424 344 -18.9% 37.10 5 3 -40.0% 0.32

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 180 209 16.1% 36.17 9 7 -22.2% 1.21

28 RP Secunderabad 0 13 9 -30.8% #DIV/0! 1 1 0.0% #DIV/0!

29 CID 0 0 #DIV/0! 0 0 #DIV/0!

TOTAL : 396.70 14573 15521 6.5 39.1 533 488 -8.4 1.2

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population.

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TABLE - 2.4
Rape Total Bodily Crime

Population % %
Sl. No UNITS Crime Crime
in Lakhs 2015 2016 Variation rate for 2015 2016
Variation
rate for
in 2016 in 2016
2016 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 94 124 31.9% 2.00 1526 1565 2.6% 25.23

2 Hyderabad 39.43 108 167 54.6% 4.24 1757 1870 6.4% 47.42

3 Karimnagar 10.06 38 37 -2.6% 3.68 692 796 15.0% 79.15

4 Khammam 14.02 48 58 20.8% 4.14 953 917 -3.8% 65.42

5 Nizamabad 15.77 24 24 0.0% 1.52 593 622 4.9% 39.44

6 Rachakonda 42.00 89 164 84.3% 3.90 1425 1744 22.4% 41.52

7 Ramagundam 16.02 37 33 -10.8% 2.06 862 1007 16.8% 62.84

8 Siddipet 10.12 42 30 -28.6% 2.96 692 609 -12.0% 60.17

9 Warangal 23.66 67 58 -13.4% 2.45 1469 1535 4.5% 64.88

10 Adilabad 7.09 16 27 68.8% 3.81 408 416 2.0% 58.68

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 44 77 75.0% 6.99 665 801 20.5% 72.68

12 Jagityal 9.83 34 32 -5.9% 3.25 578 464 -19.7% 47.18

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 19 28 47.4% 3.94 387 529 36.7% 74.35

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 17 23 35.3% 3.77 296 290 -2.0% 47.54

15 Kamareddy 9.73 10 12 20.0% 1.23 333 399 19.8% 41.02

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 23 22 -4.3% 4.27 295 305 3.4% 59.13

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 33 32 -3.0% 4.13 530 575 8.5% 74.24

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 80 64 -20.0% 4.31 736 628 -14.7% 42.27

19 Medak 7.67 25 26 4.0% 3.39 422 372 -11.8% 48.47

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 40 23 -42.5% 2.67 399 390 -2.3% 45.26

21 Nalgonda 16.18 44 41 -6.8% 2.53 1145 1212 5.9% 74.89

22 Nirmal 7.09 10 15 50.0% 2.11 428 441 3.0% 62.16

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 12 12 0.0% 2.19 262 302 15.3% 55.02

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 41 36 -12.2% 2.36 735 694 -5.6% 45.43

25 Suryapet 9.56 54 46 -14.8% 4.81 786 896 14.0% 93.70

26 Vikarabad 9.27 41 47 14.6% 5.07 581 482 -17.0% 51.99

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 25 20 -20.0% 3.46 258 273 5.8% 47.25

28 RP Secunderabad 0 2 0 -100.0% #DIV/0! 24 14 -41.7% #DIV/0!

29 CID 1 0 -100.0% #DIV/0! 2 1 #DIV/0!

TOTAL : 396.70 1118 1278 14.3 1.1 19239 20149 4.7 50.8

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population.

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TABLE -2.5
Total Bodily Crime for the years 2015 and 2016 (District wise) with Ranks
Sl.
UNITS 2015 Rank 2016 Rank
No
1 Cyberabad 1526 2 1565 3
2 Hyderabad 1757 1 1870 1
3 Karimnagar 692 11 796 10
4 Khammam 953 6 917 7
5 Nizamabad 593 14 622 13
6 Rachakonda 1425 4 1744 2
7 Ramagundam 862 7 1007 6
8 Siddipet 692 11 609 14
9 Warangal 1469 3 1535 4
10 Adilabad 408 20 416 20
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 665 13 801 9
12 Jagityal 578 16 464 18
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 387 22 529 16
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 296 24 290 26
15 Kamareddy 333 23 399 21
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 295 25 305 24
17 Mahabubbad 530 17 575 15
18 Mahabubnagar 736 9 628 12
19 Medak 422 19 372 23
20 Nagarkurnool 399 21 390 22
21 Nalgonda 1145 5 1212 5
22 Nirmal 428 18 441 19
23 Rajanna Siricilla 262 26 302 25
24 Sanga Reddy 735 10 694 11
25 Suryapet 786 8 896 8
26 Vikarabad 581 15 482 17
27 Wanaparthy 258 27 273 27
28 RP Secunderabad 24 28 14 28
29 CID 2 29 1 29
TOTAL : 19239 20149

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VALUE OF PROPERTY STOLEN AND RECOVERED
2012-2016(IN CRORES)
155.35
160

136.29
134.84
140

120 111.6

98.25
100 91.87
Value in Crores

80
67.44
62.95
60.66
56.81
60

40

20

0
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Stolen Recovered

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CHAPTER–3

PROPERTY CRIME

➢ Police have the duty to restore property to owners, but quite often this is not done,
resulting in low public satisfaction.
➢ Encourage owners to file requisitions for claiming their property.
➢ Gold recovery from goldsmiths in G.O. Ms. No. 272/Home (PSC) Dept., dtd: 23.05.2014.
➢ Use Sec. 75 IPC wherever applicable. Very few officers are using Sec. 75 IPC in TS
giving scope to repeat offenders resulting in recidivism.
➢ Opening KD/DC/ Suspect Sheets as per APPM PSO No. 596 to 600.
➢ Handover 2/3/4 wheelers on recovery to owners through court.
➢ Sureties to declare u/s 441-A Cr.P.C.
➢ Objections at the time of executing sureties to be raised.
➢ Attachment of properties of offenders U/Sec. 105 Cr.PC.
➢ Arrest receivers of stolen property.
➢ Cross checking of address furnished by offenders to preclude him/ her from going out of
view.

3.1 17494 cases were registered during the year 2016 as against 19605 cases in 2015
showing a decrease of -10.77% (Table 3.3).

3.2 As against property worth Rs. 134.84 Crores stolen, property worth Rs.60.66 Crores was
recovered during the year 2016. The percentage of recovery was 44.99%. (Table 3.5).

3.3 The quantum of property stolen was highest in Hyderabad (Rs.2884 lakhs) followed by
Cyberabad (Rs.2462 lakhs) during the year 2016. The highest percentage of recovery
was reported from Kamareddy (77.88%) and the lowest from Jayashankar Bhupalpalli
(4.91%).

3.4 The percentage of property recovered was above the State average i. e (50.06%) in the
Districts of Hyderabad, Khammam, Rachakonda, Ramagundam, Warangal, Bhadradri
Kothagudem, Jogulamba Gadwal, Kamareddy, Mahabubbad, Nalgonda, Suryapet,
Vikararabad and Wanaparthy.

3.5 A comparative statement of property crime (IPC) reported in state, district wise along
with their rank for the years 2015 & 2016 is given in Table-3.4.

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TABLE -3.1

District wise Property Crime for 2015 and 2016 , variation in 2016 over 2015 and Crime
Rate for 2016
Murder for gain Dacoities
Populati % %
Sl. Crime Crime
UNITS on in Variation Variation
No
Lakhs 2015 2016
in 2016
rate for 2015 2016
in 2016
rate for
2016 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 11 8 -27.3% 0.13 11 12 9.1% 0.19

2 Hyderabad 39.43 4 7 75.0% 0.18 9 19 111.1% 0.48

3 Karimnagar 10.06 2 3 50.0% 0.30 0 6 0.0% 0.60

4 Khammam 14.02 2 1 -50.0% 0.07 1 3 200.0% 0.21

5 Nizamabad 15.77 6 6 0.0% 0.38 2 0 -100.0% 0.00

6 Rachakonda 42.00 5 6 20.0% 0.14 1 8 700.0% 0.19

7 Ramagundam 16.02 2 0 -100.0% 0.00 1 0 -100.0% 0.00

8 Siddipet 10.12 3 3 0.0% 0.30 0 0 0.0% 0.00

9 Warangal 23.66 2 1 -50.0% 0.04 2 1 -50.0% 0.04

10 Adilabad 7.09 2 0 -100.0% 0.00 0 0 0.0% 0.00

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 2 1 -50.0% 0.09

12 Jagityal 9.83 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 0 1 0.0% 0.10

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 0 0 0.0% 0.00 0 0 0.0% 0.00

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 3 0 -100.0% 0.00 0 0 0.0% 0.00

15 Kamareddy 9.73 3 7 133.3% 0.72 2 0 -100.0% 0.00

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 0 2 0.0% 0.39

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 0 1 0.0% 0.13 0 1 0.0% 0.13

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 8 6 -25.0% 0.40 1 1 0.0% 0.07

19 Medak 7.67 3 6 100.0% 0.78 0 2 0.0% 0.26

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 2 3 50.0% 0.35 0 1 0.0% 0.12

21 Nalgonda 16.18 2 5 150.0% 0.31 1 0 -100.0% 0.00

22 Nirmal 7.09 0 2 0.0% 0.28 0 2 0.0% 0.28

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 0 1 0.0% 0.18

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 7 8 14.3% 0.52 3 1 -66.7% 0.07

25 Suryapet 9.56 0 1 0.0% 0.10 0 0 0.0% 0.00

26 Vikarabad 9.27 11 4 -63.6% 0.43 1 0 -100.0% 0.00

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 3 2 -33.3% 0.35 0 0 0.0% 0.00

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0 0.0% 0.00

29 CID 0 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0 0.0% 0.00


TOTAL : 396.70 85 80 -5.9% 0.20 37 62 67.6% 0.16

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population

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TABLE - 3.2

Robberies Burglaries
Populati
Sl. % %
UNITS on in Crime Crime
No Variation Variation
Lakhs 2015 2016 rate for 2015 2016 rate for
in 2016 in 2016
2015 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 58 147 153.4% 2.37 721 675 -6.4% 10.88


2 Hyderabad 39.43 102 178 74.5% 4.51 666 508 -23.7% 12.88
3 Karimnagar 10.06 6 17 183.3% 1.69 184 170 -7.6% 16.90
4 Khammam 14.02 12 6 -50.0% 0.43 197 165 -16.2% 11.77
5 Nizamabad 15.77 12 11 -8.3% 0.70 223 231 3.6% 14.65
6 Rachakonda 42.00 47 193 310.6% 4.60 613 737 20.2% 17.55
7 Ramagundam 16.02 13 7 -46.2% 0.44 226 231 2.2% 14.42
8 Siddipet 10.12 3 4 33.3% 0.40 151 106 -29.8% 10.47
9 Warangal 23.66 15 4 -73.3% 0.17 218 223 2.3% 9.43
10 Adilabad 7.09 6 8 33.3% 1.13 100 88 -12.0% 12.41
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 6 5 -16.7% 0.45 165 127 -23.0% 11.52
12 Jagityal 9.83 7 4 -42.9% 0.41 116 120 3.4% 12.20
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 2 5 150.0% 0.70 51 72 41.2% 10.12
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 0 2 0.0% 0.33 63 51 -19.0% 8.36
15 Kamareddy 9.73 5 1 -80.0% 0.10 132 137 3.8% 14.09
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 2 0 -100.0% 0.00 25 30 20.0% 5.82
17 Mahabubbad 7.75 5 4 -20.0% 0.52 69 76 10.1% 9.81
18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 10 7 -30.0% 0.47 178 115 -35.4% 7.74
19 Medak 7.67 10 3 -70.0% 0.39 123 88 -28.5% 11.47
20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 4 0 -100.0% 0.00 58 50 -13.8% 5.80
21 Nalgonda 16.18 6 15 150.0% 0.93 166 187 12.7% 11.55
22 Nirmal 7.09 2 2 0.0% 0.28 72 48 -33.3% 6.77
23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 1 4 300.0% 0.73 72 60 -16.7% 10.93
24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 7 16 128.6% 1.05 184 180 -2.2% 11.78
25 Suryapet 9.56 6 4 -33.3% 0.42 81 109 34.6% 11.40
26 Vikarabad 9.27 7 4 -42.9% 0.43 88 63 -28.4% 6.80
27 Wanaparthy 5.78 3 1 -66.7% 0.17 58 43 -25.9% 7.44
28 RP Secunderabad 0 4 3 -25.0% 0 1 1 0.0% 0.00

29 CID 0 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0 0.0% 0.00


TOTAL : 5.78 361 655 81.4% 113.369 5001 4691 -6.2% 811.93

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population

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TABLE -3 .3

Ordinary Thefts Total property crime

Populati
Sl. % %
UNITS on in Crime Crime
No Variation in Variation
lakhs 2015 2016 rate for 2015 2016 rate for
2016 over in 2016
2016 2016
2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 2097 1881 -10.3% 30.32 2898 2723 -6.0% 43.90

2 Hyderabad 39.43 3460 2953 -14.7% 74.89 4241 3665 -13.6% 92.94

3 Karimnagar 10.06 257 263 2.3% 26.15 449 459 2.2% 45.64

4 Khammam 14.02 434 334 -23.0% 23.83 646 509 -21.2% 36.31

5 Nizamabad 15.77 509 449 -11.8% 28.47 752 697 -7.3% 44.19

6 Rachakonda 42.00 1994 1692 -15.1% 40.29 2660 2636 -0.9% 62.76

7 Ramagundam 16.02 359 376 4.7% 23.47 601 614 2.2% 38.32

8 Siddipet 10.12 204 185 -9.3% 18.28 361 298 -17.5% 29.44

9 Warangal 23.66 374 330 -11.8% 13.95 611 559 -8.5% 23.63

10 Adilabad 7.09 157 162 3.2% 22.85 265 258 -2.6% 36.39

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 262 210 -19.8% 19.05 436 343 -21.3% 31.12

12 Jagityal 9.83 179 113 -36.9% 11.49 303 238 -21.5% 24.20

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 122 95 -22.1% 13.35 175 172 -1.7% 24.17

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 240 194 -19.2% 31.80 306 247 -19.3% 40.49

15 Kamareddy 9.73 208 211 1.4% 21.69 350 356 1.7% 36.60

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 42 41 -2.4% 7.95 70 73 4.3% 14.15

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 83 85 2.4% 10.97 157 167 6.4% 21.56

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 571 335 -41.3% 22.55 768 464 -39.6% 31.23

19 Medak 7.67 208 121 -41.8% 15.77 344 220 -36.0% 28.67

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 282 266 -5.7% 30.87 346 320 -7.5% 37.13

21 Nalgonda 16.18 279 214 -23.3% 13.22 454 421 -7.3% 26.01

22 Nirmal 7.09 141 112 -20.6% 15.79 215 166 -22.8% 23.40

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 91 67 -26.4% 12.21 165 132 -20.0% 24.05

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 476 304 -36.1% 19.90 677 509 -24.8% 33.32

25 Suryapet 9.56 203 183 -9.9% 19.14 290 297 2.4% 31.06

26 Vikarabad 9.27 140 119 -15.0% 12.84 247 190 -23.1% 20.49

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 153 135 -11.8% 23.37 217 181 -16.6% 31.33

28 RP Secunderabad 0 596 576 -3.4% 0 601 580 -3.5% 0

29 CID 0 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0 0.0% 0


TOTAL : 5.78 14121 12006 -15.0% 2078.03 19605 17494 -10.8% 3027.91

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population

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TABLE - 3 .4

Total Property Crimes for the years 2015 and 2016 with ranks

Sl.
UNITS 2015 Rank 2016 Rank
No

1 Cyberabad 2898 2 2723 2

2 Hyderabad 4241 1 3665 1

3 Karimnagar 449 12 459 11

4 Khammam 646 7 509 8

5 Nizamabad 752 5 697 4

6 Rachakonda 2660 3 2636 3

7 Ramagundam 601 9 614 5

8 Siddipet 361 14 298 16

9 Warangal 611 8 559 7

10 Adilabad 265 21 258 18

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 436 13 343 14

12 Jagityal 303 19 238 20

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 175 25 172 24

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 306 18 247 19

15 Kamareddy 350 15 356 13

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 70 28 73 28

17 Mahabubbad 157 27 167 25

18 Mahabubnagar 768 4 464 10

19 Medak 344 17 220 21

20 Nagarkurnool 346 16 320 15

21 Nalgonda 454 11 421 12

22 Nirmal 215 24 166 26

23 Rajanna Siricilla 165 26 132 27

24 Sanga Reddy 677 6 509 8

25 Suryapet 290 20 297 17

26 Vikarabad 247 22 190 22

27 Wanaparthy 217 23 181 23

28 RP Secunderabad 601 9 580 6

29 CID 0 29 0 29

TOTAL : 19605 17494

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TABLE - 3.5

Property Stolen and Recovered with percentage of recovery during 2016

Total value of property


Sl.No UNITS
Stolen Recovered
% of Recovery
(in Rs.) (in Rs.)

1 Cyberabad 246210758 106384211 43.21%

2 Hyderabad 288453719 169919356 58.91%

3 Karimnagar 24555949 10901966 44.40%

4 Khammam 25200768 16151442 64.09%

5 Nizamabad 23389059 11065256 47.31%

6 Rachakonda 170723425 102841961 60.24%

7 Ramagundam 24639207 12433327 50.46%

8 Siddipet 13920343 5835590 41.92%

9 Warangal 45105843 34033541 75.45%

10 Adilabad 13094045 4187135 31.98%

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 20598359 14426309 70.04%

12 Jagityal 9279870 3393860 36.57%

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 231894543 11384821 4.91%

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 7164560 3605150 50.32%

15 Kamareddy 8679960 6760247 77.88%

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 10162439 744739 7.33%

17 Mahabubbad 9216618 5670400 61.52%

18 Mahabubnagar 18568380 8892780 47.89%

19 Medak 13604449 5159786 37.93%

20 Nagarkurnool 5002110 2175100 43.48%

21 Nalgonda 49028301 27448830 55.99%

22 Nirmal 7777950 3359140 43.19%

23 Rajanna Siricilla 2849250 1021100 35.84%

24 Sanga Reddy 25064120 10056090 40.12%

25 Suryapet 20989445 15544158 74.06%

26 Vikarabad 9971900 7508500 75.30%

27 Wanaparthy 4815740 2896400 60.14%

28 RP Secunderabad 18497536 2811920 15.20%


TOTAL 1348458646 606613115 44.99%

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CHAPTER–4
ECONOMIC OFFENCES
4.1 Much of the volume of crime under Economic Offences is often lost in the rubric of
“Other IPC” or “Special and Local Laws” while studying crime statistics. There is thus
a lack of clarity as to the nature of Economic Offences; and in addition to IPC and the
plethora of special and Local Laws enacted to control them; there is also a large
number of agencies tasked with enforcement of these laws. Police Officers should
therefore not only familiarize themselves with the governing enactments, they should
also liaise with the different agencies for a concerted effort against the gamut of
economic crime, which is connected with each other in myriad ways.
4.2 Economic Offences could be broadly classified as those White Collar Offences that
have a bearing on the economic well being of the society. With the expansion of the
economy, the offenders also find new ways of looting public wealth. It is said that law
follows crime. In case of Economic Offences, certainly, it is true. Legislature has
passed a number of enactments dealing with economic crime but it is seen that
usually police has limited exposure to the same.
4.3 While 89.06 Crores property was lost in Traditional Property Offences, 994.20 Crores
worth of property was lost by the public in White Collar Offences in 2016, which was
10.11 times of the traditional crime. 8551 Economic Offences were reported in 2016
as compared to 7953 cases reported in 2015. There is an increase of 7.52% in 2016
over previous year. Among them, cheating constitutes 92.71% and Criminal Breach
of Trust constitutes about 6.67%. There is an increase in Cheatings by (7.9%) and an
increase in Cr. Br. of Trust by (1.6%) in 2016 when compared to 2015. The
comparative figures for the years 2015 and 2016 are presented in Table - 4.3.
4.4 Analysis revealed that these territorial clusters in Telangana State accounted for
most of the white collar crimes reported and deserve more attention. They are:
Hyderabad, Rachakonda and Cyberabad.
4.5 In the state of Telangana property acquired by the accused person out of proceeds of
crime can be attached under the following four laws and the Investigating Officers
must make full use of the relevant and applicable provision of the law to attach and
confiscate the properties of the white collar offenders:-
• Section 105 Cr.P.C.
• Criminal Law (Amendment) Ordinance 1944.
• The AP Protection of Depositors of Financial Establishment Act, 1999.
• Prevention of Money Laundering Act 2002.

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TABLE -4.1

District wise Economic Offences for 2015 and 2016, variation in 2016 over 2015 and Crime
Rate for 2016

Cheatings Criminal Breach of Trust

Populati
% %
Sl. No UNITS on in
Variation Crime rate Variation Crime rate
lakhs 2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 for 2016 in 2016 for 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 1151 1193 3.6% 19.23 153 149 -2.6% 2.40

2 Hyderabad 39.43 1996 1914 -4.1% 48.54 86 104 20.9% 2.64

3 Karimnagar 10.06 271 310 14.4% 30.82 35 23 -34.3% 2.29

4 Khammam 14.02 213 250 17.4% 17.84 11 11 0.0% 0.78

5 Nizamabad 15.77 122 155 27.0% 9.83 19 17 -10.5% 1.08

6 Rachakonda 42.00 1382 1421 2.8% 33.83 70 73 4.3% 1.74

7 Ramagundam 16.02 234 368 57.3% 22.97 20 19 -5.0% 1.19

8 Siddipet 10.12 119 126 5.9% 12.45 11 4 -63.6% 0.40

9 Warangal 23.66 302 320 6.0% 13.53 12 2 -83.3% 0.08

10 Adilabad 7.09 69 84 21.7% 11.85 15 14 -6.7% 1.97

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 103 124 20.4% 11.25 8 10 25.0% 0.91

12 Jagityal 9.83 119 151 26.9% 15.35 12 15 25.0% 1.53

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 61 61 0.0% 8.57 2 1 -50.0% 0.14

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 42 56 33.3% 9.18 1 5 400.0% 0.82

15 Kamareddy 9.73 118 99 -16.1% 10.18 7 18 157.1% 1.85


Komarambheem
16 Asifabad 5.16 29 33 13.8% 6.40 6 9 50.0% 1.74

17 Mahabubbad 7.75 89 82 -7.9% 10.59 3 1 -66.7% 0.13

18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 79 69 -12.7% 4.64 7 10 42.9% 0.67

19 Medak 7.67 55 71 29.1% 9.25 2 6 200.0% 0.78

20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 48 46 -4.2% 5.34 2 3 50.0% 0.35

21 Nalgonda 16.18 242 288 19.0% 17.80 18 19 5.6% 1.17

22 Nirmal 7.09 41 75 82.9% 10.57 8 6 -25.0% 0.85

23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 72 81 12.5% 14.76 5 4 -20.0% 0.73

24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 144 185 28.5% 12.11 11 8 -27.3% 0.52

25 Suryapet 9.56 120 197 64.2% 20.60 30 27 -10.0% 2.82

26 Vikarabad 9.27 67 78 16.4% 8.41 5 5 0.0% 0.54

27 Wanaparthy 5.78 42 26 -38.1% 4.50 0 8 1.38

28 RP Secunderabad 0 4 46 1050.0% 0 0 0 0.00

29 CID 0 15 19 26.7% 0 3 0 -100.0% 0.00

TOTAL : 112.71 7349 7928 7.9 70.3 562 571 1.6 5.1
*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population

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TABLE - 4.2
Counterfeit Total White Collar Offences
Populati % %
SL. Crime
UNITS on in Variation Crime rate for Variation
NO. 2015 2016 2015 2016 rate for
lakhs in 2016 2016 in 2016
2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 62.03 4 5 25.0% 0.08 1308 1347 3.0% 21.72


2 Hyderabad 39.43 24 21 -12.5% 0.53 2106 2039 -3.2% 51.71
3 Karimnagar 10.06 1 1 0.0% 0.10 307 334 8.8% 33.21
4 Khammam 14.02 0 0 0.0% 0.00 224 261 16.5% 18.62
5 Nizamabad 15.77 0 0 0.0% 0.00 141 172 22.0% 10.91
6 Rachakonda 42.00 2 6 200.0% 0.14 1454 1500 3.2% 35.71
7 Ramagundam 16.02 3 2 -33.3% 0.12 257 389 51.4% 24.28
8 Siddipet 10.12 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 131 130 -0.8% 12.85
9 Warangal 23.66 2 0 -100.0% 0.00 316 322 1.9% 13.61
10 Adilabad 7.09 0 0 0.0% 0.00 84 98 16.7% 13.82
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 11.02 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 112 134 19.6% 12.16
12 Jagityal 9.83 0 1 0.0% 0.10 131 167 27.5% 16.98
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7.11 0 1 0.0% 0.14 63 63 0.0% 8.85
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 6.10 0 0 0.0% 0.00 43 61 41.9% 10.00
15 Kamareddy 9.73 1 0 -100.0% 0.00 126 117 -7.1% 12.03
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 5.16 0 0 0.0% 0.00 35 42 20.0% 8.14
17 Mahabubbad 7.75 0 0 0.0% 0.00 92 83 -9.8% 10.72
18 Mahabubnagar 14.86 0 3 0.0% 0.20 86 82 -4.7% 5.52
19 Medak 7.67 0 1 0.0% 0.13 57 78 36.8% 10.16
20 Nagarkurnool 8.62 0 0 0.0% 0.00 50 49 -2.0% 5.69
21 Nalgonda 16.18 2 1 -50.0% 0.06 262 308 17.6% 19.03
22 Nirmal 7.09 1 1 0.0% 0.14 50 82 64.0% 11.56
23 Rajanna Siricilla 5.49 0 0 0.0% 0.00 77 85 10.4% 15.49
24 Sanga Reddy 15.28 0 2 0.0% 0.13 155 195 25.8% 12.76
25 Suryapet 9.56 0 2 0.0% 0.21 150 226 50.7% 23.63
26 Vikarabad 9.27 0 4 0.0% 0.43 72 87 20.8% 9.38
27 Wanaparthy 5.78 0 1 0.0% 0.17 42 35 -16.7% 6.06
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0.0% 0.00 4 46 1050.0% 0.00
29 CID 0 0 0 0.0% 0.0 18 19 5.6% 0.0
TOTAL : 112.71 42 52 23.8 0.5 7953 8551 7.5 75.9

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.
Note: Crime Rate is defined as the crime per Lakh population

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TABLE -4.3
Total Economic Offences for the years 2015 & 2016 with Ranks
Sl.
UNITS 2015 RANK 2016 RANK
No

1 Cyberabad 1308 3 1347 3

2 Hyderabad 2106 1 2039 1

3 Karimnagar 307 5 334 5

4 Khammam 224 8 261 8

5 Nizamabad 141 11 172 11

6 Rachakonda 1454 2 1500 2

7 Ramagundam 257 7 389 4

8 Siddipet 131 12 130 14

9 Warangal 316 4 322 6

10 Adilabad 84 18 98 16

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 112 15 134 13

12 Jagityal 131 12 167 12

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 63 21 63 23

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 43 25 61 24

15 Kamareddy 126 14 117 15

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 35 27 42 27

17 Mahabubbad 92 16 83 19

18 Mahabubnagar 86 17 82 20

19 Medak 57 22 78 22

20 Nagarkurnool 50 23 49 25

21 Nalgonda 262 6 308 7

22 Nirmal 50 23 82 20

23 Rajanna Siricilla 77 19 85 18

24 Sanga Reddy 155 9 195 10

25 Suryapet 150 10 226 9

26 Vikarabad 72 20 87 17

27 Wanaparthy 42 26 35 28

28 RP Secunderabad 4 29 46 26

29 CID 18 28 19 29
TOTAL : 7953 8551

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STATEMENT OF ECONOMIC OFFENCES FOR THE YEAR, 2013
No of
AC Amount No of
HCD HEAD REP CH CON PT UN UI Deposito
Q Involved Accused
rs
A Financial Institution

A1 Non Banking financial companies 50 9 0 0 9 0 41 260318246 174 152

A2 Stock Market / Shares etc 9 1 0 0 1 2 6 97986000 5 33


Commercial Banks (Public &
A3 77 5 0 0 5 0 72 461946530 266 144
Private sector)
B Other Institutions
Prize Chits & Money Circulation
B1 149 38 2 2 34 0 111 2620932331 44319 356
Schemes
Investment schemes (Plantation
B2 21 3 0 1 2 0 18 25429000 23 52
schemes etc.)
C Cheating by an Individual / Group 5428 1129 87 262 780 275 4024 5953681121 10665 10417

D Counterfeit / Fake Currency / Documents


D1 Notes 106 5 0 0 5 7 94 17126000 9 229
D2 Coins 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 600000 1 5
Marks Sheets / Degree
D3 13 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 10 24
Certificates
D4 Non - Judicial Stamps 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 1200000 2 8
D5 F.D.Receipts / Demand Drafts 4 2 0 1 1 0 2 4165000 3 9
D6 Credit / Debit Cards 5 1 0 0 1 1 3 150317 4 8
D7 Indira Vikasa Patras 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 74970 0 2
D8 Passports 30 2 0 0 2 0 28 4650000 54 41
Other General Securities /
D9 358 36 5 0 31 28 294 259346278 159 703
Documents
E Co-Operative Dept.
E1 Urban Co-Operative Banks 6 0 0 0 0 0 6 300000 3 15
E2 Co-op Societies / Institutions 4 1 0 0 1 0 3 11025102 6 9
F Land Scams
F1 By Housing Societies 22 0 0 0 0 1 21 11572250 12 54
By Individual / Group of
F2 483 147 13 3 131 30 306 428469955 227 1305
Individuals
Employment Scams / Job
G 243 92 0 17 75 5 146 100779772 4500376 377
Rackets
H Misappropriation
H1 Govt. Funds 157 13 0 0 13 1 143 556006529 246 309
H2 Pvt. Institutions 91 12 1 0 11 0 79 99295965 48 151
I Copy Right Act

I-1 Video Piracy 263 106 6 0 100 0 157 1842091 31 520

I-2 Printed material & Books Piracy 27 8 0 1 7 0 19 24501000 7 48

I-3 Software Piracy 11 1 0 0 1 0 10 50000 0 29

J Patent Act 19 0 0 0 0 0 19 0 0 20

K Cyber Crime 267 38 0 1 37 0 229 51450207 52 197

L NDPS Act 499 150 1 3 146 2 347 88870800 53 1015

M Criminal Breanch of Trust 1059 165 7 23 135 23 871 1271746746 405 1863

Total: 9407 1964 122 314 1528 376 7067 12353516210 4557160 18095

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TABLE - 4.5

STATEMENT OF ECONOMIC OFFENCES FOR THE YEAR 2014

Amount No of No of
HCD HEAD REP CH CON ACQ PT UN UI
Involved Depositors Accused
A Financial Institution
A1 Non Banking financial companies 245 180 0 0 180 0 65 8460194 242 264

A2 Stock Market / Shares etc 3 3 0 0 3 0 0 1780000 3 5


Commercial Banks (Public &
A3 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 475000 1 3
Private sector)
B Other Institutions
Prize Chits & Money Circulation
B1 196 142 0 0 142 1 53 44549337 177 251
Schemes
Investment schemes (Plantation
B2 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 4200000 2 4
schemes etc.)

C Cheating by an Individual / Group 2876 519 23 8 488 18 2337 5147963470 885 3841

D Counterfeit / Fake Currency / Documents


D1 Notes 40 6 0 0 6 0 34 1798200 7 44
D2 Coins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marks Sheets / Degree
D3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 7
Certificates
D4 Non - Judicial Stamps 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
D5 F.D.Receipts / Demand Drafts 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1485000 1 1
D6 Credit / Debit Cards 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 324951 0 1
D7 Indira Vikasa Patras 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
D8 Passports 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1
Other General Securities /
D9 406 8 3 0 5 2 396 6407193909 225 764
Documents
E Co-Operative Dept.
E1 Urban Co-Operative Banks 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 9733577 1 3
E2 Co-op Societies / Institutions 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 500000 0 3
F Land Scams
F1 By Housing Societies 15 0 0 0 0 0 15 15285003 10 34
By Individual / Group of
F2 328 73 6 1 66 14 241 96454683 101 907
Individuals
Employment Scams / Job
G 72 28 2 0 26 1 43 34077850 102 152
Rackets
H Misappropriation
H1 Govt. Funds 80 25 0 0 25 1 54 2104484675 35 93
H2 Pvt. Institutions 93 9 1 0 8 2 82 32465922 12 178
I Copy Right Act
I-1 Video Piracy 52 35 0 0 35 2 15 141230 6 155

I-2 Printed material & Books Piracy 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 630000 3 19


I-3 Software Piracy 7 0 0 0 0 2 5 0 0 4
J Patent Act 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
K Cyber Crime 299 22 0 1 21 0 277 1459989 31 99
L NDPS Act 173 61 1 3 57 2 110 17193860 27 240
M Criminal Breanch of Trust 459 89 3 3 83 2 368 307442240 163 579
Total: 5372 1201 39 16 1146 48 4121 14238099090 2035 7652

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TABLE - 4.6

STATEMENT OF ECONOMIC OFFENCES FOR THE YEAR 2015

AC Amount No of No of
HCD HEAD REP CH CON PT UN UI
Q Involved Depositors Accused
A Financial Institution
Non Banking financial
A1 19 3 0 0 3 0 16 34203632 15 23
companies
A2 Stock Market / Shares etc 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 114000000 1 45
Commercial Banks (Public &
A3 23 0 0 0 0 0 23 709952175 16 54
Private sector)
B Other Institutions
Prize Chits & Money
B1 74 17 0 0 17 1 56 145351476 1189 203
Circulation Schemes
Investment schemes
B2 10 0 0 0 0 0 10 21864000 128 9
(Plantation schemes etc.)
Cheating by an Individual /
C 2713 436 75 30 331 311 1966 3796841374 451376 3638
Group
D Counterfeit / Fake Currency / Documents
D1 Notes 20 4 1 0 3 0 16 6539850 11 80
D2 Coins 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Marks Sheets / Degree
D3 9 1 1 0 0 0 8 88000 0 17
Certificates
D4 Non - Judicial Stamps 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 13
F.D.Receipts / Demand
D5 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 90950000 2 24
Drafts
D6 Credit / Debit Cards 14 0 0 0 0 0 14 1194884 0 12
D7 Indira Vikasa Patras 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
D8 Passports 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 7
Other General Securities /
D9 194 29 12 0 17 29 136 144918224 296 367
Documents
E Co-Operative Dept.
E1 Urban Co-Operative Banks 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 50000 1 1
E2 Co-op Societies / Institutions 8 0 0 0 0 0 8 101500000 7000 30
F Land Scams
F1 By Housing Societies 13 0 0 0 0 0 13 20970000 83 34
By Individual / Group of
F2 306 65 5 0 60 36 205 245942712 117 842
Individuals
Employment Scams / Job
G 99 24 0 1 23 9 66 60457301 198 178
Rackets
H Misappropriation
H1 Govt. Funds 113 28 0 0 28 0 85 2373349371 71 252
H2 Pvt. Institutions 84 8 2 0 6 3 73 102054296 15 151
I Copy Right Act
I-1 Video Piracy 130 44 0 0 44 12 74 738980 17 209
Printed material & Books
I-2 9 5 0 0 5 0 4 10700 2 13
Piracy
I-3 Software Piracy 4 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 5
J Patent Act 4 1 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 7
K Cyber Crime 289 12 1 0 11 6 271 10227648 26 156
L NDPS Act 172 20 0 0 20 1 151 38395482 17 239
M Criminal Breanch of Trust 414 36 9 1 26 10 368 686445690 200 428
Total: 4739 734 106 32 596 419 3586 8706045795 460781 7037

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TABLE - 4.7

STATEMENT OF ECONOMIC OFFENCES FOR THE YEAR 2016

Amount No of No of
HCD HEAD REP CH CON ACQ PT UN UI
Involved Depositors Accused
A Financial Institution
Non Banking financial
A1 13 2 0 0 2 1 10 35288562 111 20
companies
A2 Stock Market / Shares etc 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 22 11
Commercial Banks (Public &
A3 39 6 0 1 5 1 32 138097213 24 108
Private sector)
B Other Institutions
Prize Chits & Money
B1 45 7 1 0 6 1 37 87588811 10580 114
Circulation Schemes
Investment schemes
B2 20 0 0 0 0 1 19 210348000 48 45
(Plantation schemes etc.)
Cheating by an Individual /
C 2658 818 26 125 667 357 1483 4658018366 1418 3943
Group
D Counterfeit / Fake Currency / Documents
D1 Notes 36 6 0 0 6 1 29 1005602910 1 118
D2 Coins 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 3000 1 2
Marks Sheets / Degree
D3 12 4 0 0 4 0 8 70000 2 23
Certificates
D4 Non - Judicial Stamps 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
F.D.Receipts / Demand
D5 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 540000 1 3
Drafts
D6 Credit / Debit Cards 15 0 0 0 0 0 15 913086 0 20
D7 Indira Vikasa Patras 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
D8 Passports 24 5 0 1 4 0 19 105000 5 32
Other General Securities /
D9 123 21 10 0 11 21 81 50793543 71 252
Documents
E Co-Operative Dept.
E1 Urban Co-Operative Banks 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 54600000 0 24
E2 Co-op Societies / Institutions 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 25855000 1 5
F Land Scams
F1 By Housing Societies 12 3 0 0 3 0 9 35820000 9 22
By Individual / Group of
F2 236 38 1 1 36 22 176 384504000 70 761
Individuals
Employment Scams / Job
G 167 39 3 2 34 4 124 70840030 138 277
Rackets
H Misappropriation
H1 Govt. Funds 99 26 0 0 26 0 73 343073518 1592577 333
H2 Pvt. Institutions 61 5 0 1 4 0 56 75699937 6 105
I Copy Right Act
I-1 Video Piracy 69 40 0 0 40 1 28 540890 7 82
Printed material & Books
I-2 13 2 1 0 1 0 11 0 3 12
Piracy
I-3 Software Piracy 16 8 0 0 8 0 8 0 0 34
J Patent Act 3 2 0 0 2 0 1 1220 0 3
K Cyber Crime 250 20 0 5 15 13 217 45591997 25 144
L NDPS Act 190 47 0 0 47 1 142 14189500 25 409
M Criminal Breanch of Trust 411 126 6 11 109 28 257 2703936014 65 795
Total: 4524 1226 48 147 1031 453 2845 9942020597 1605210 7699

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CHAPTER–5

CRIME AGAINST WOMEN

5.1 Crime against Women constitutes 13.19% of total cognizable crime in T.S in the year
2016.

5.2 Crime Against Women includes any crime/offence under the IPC & other Special
Acts/ Laws wherein women are victimized, such as crime under the following heads:

❖ Dowry Murder (498(A), 302 IPC)


❖ Dowry death (304 (B) IPC) r/w 113-B Evi. Act
❖ Abetment to Suicide (498 (A), 306 IPC) r/w 113-A Evi. Act)
❖ Harassment (498(A) IPC)
❖ Murder (302 IPC)
❖ Dowry Prohibition Act (3,4 and 6 DP Act)
❖ Rape (376 IPC)
❖ Kidnapping (363,365,369 IPC)
❖ Outraging of Modesty (354 IPC)
❖ Bigamy (494,497 IPC)
❖ Insult the modesty of a woman by acts or gestures (509 IPC).
❖ Acid attacks (326/307 IPC r/w 34 /123 IPC Sections)
❖ Cyber Crime (obscene/threatening mails/messages)
❖ Circulation or posting of private/obscene content online/ cyber pornography.

APPM PSOs 532 to 537 enumerate investigation procedure.

5.3 Snapshots

➢ 13751 cases were registered during 2016 under Crime against Women, as
against 13448 in the year 2015 showing an increase of 2.25% over previous
year.

➢ Hyderabad City with 1724 cases ranked first in registering highest number of
cases of Crime against Women during the year 2016 followed by Cyberabad
(1635) and Rachakonda (1619).

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➢ Rachakonda ranked first in registering the incidence of crime under Dowry
Murder (13) followed by Warangal (11) and Cyberabad & Mahabubangar (7 each)
during the year 2016.

➢ Cyberabad accounted for the highest number of cases under the head of Dowry
Deaths (29) followed by Warangal (27) and Rachakonda (26) during the year
2016.

➢ The highest number of cases under Abetment to Suicide was registered from
Cyberabad (59) followed by Rachakonda (52) and Mahabubnagar (49) during the
year 2016.

➢ Hyderabad ranked first in the incidence of crime under Dowry Harassment (1064)
followed by Rachakonda (899) and Cyberabad (874) during the year 2016.

➢ Mahaboobnagar registered highest number of (23) cases under Murder of


Women followed by Nalgonda (22) and Cyberabad (20) during the year 2016.

5.4 Women Police Stations

The power to register case FIRs is given to all the Women Police Stations. Earlier
they were toothless acting mostly as Counseling Centers. The Women Police
Stations were empowered with full investigative power so that women victims who
approach the Women Police Stations would receive justice. In Telangana State there
are Women Police Stations at all District headquarters. Measures are underfoot to
ensure that all Police Stations have women police personnel so that aggrieved
women can approach police stations without any hesitation.

5.5 Helpline

1091 Help Line is working well in some areas, however there are some problems
regarding connectivity; Steps are being taken to provide an effective universal Toll-
free number accessible across all networks so that the Help Line service is improved.

5.6 Special Courts and Support Centers

Steps are being taken to set up specialized Courts for trying cases of Anti Human
Trafficking cases as well as Cruelty and Harassment cases under Section 498(A)

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IPC. Efforts are also on to associate Support Centers wherein trained counselors
attend to the victims of cruelty and trafficking, so that their interests are best served.

5.7 Victim Compensation

1. As per GO Ms No. 9 dt: 17.03.2015 of law (LA & LA&J-Home-Courts. B)


Department. “Telangana Victim Compensation Scheme” as contemplated under
Section 357(A) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 and in compliance with the
directions of the Supreme Court. Rape victims will be paid a compensation of Rs 2
lakh.

2. For permanent disability (80 per cent or more), up to Rs 2 lakh will be paid up to 40
years age, Rs 1 lakh for 40-60 years age and Rs 50,000 for above 60 years age will
be paid to victims.

3. The Telangana Victim Compensation Scheme is aimed at providing money to


compensate victims or their dependents who have suffered loss or injury as a result
of crime and who require rehabilitation.

4. Under the scheme, for loss of life (including dowry deaths), up to Rs 3 lakh
compensation will be given (for victims up to 40 years age), Rs 2 lakh (40 to 60
years age), Rs 1 lakh (above 60 years age).

5. For partial disability (up to 80 per cent), Rs 1 lakh compensation for those below 40
years of age, Rs 50,000 for 40 to 60 years age and Rs 25,000 for above 60 years
age.

6. For loss of any limb or part of the body due to acid attacks, irrespective of age, a
compensation of Rs 3 lakh will be paid. Rape victims will be paid a compensation of
Rs 2 lakh.

7. For loss or injury causing severe mental agony to women and child victims in cases
like human trafficking, kidnapping, molestation etc, Rs 50,000 compensation will be
paid.

8. These funds are sanctioned by the district collector on the recommendation/ report
of the district S.P.

5.8 Cases of Sexual Assault

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➢ Penalty under Section 354 IPC (Molestation/ Assault with intent to outrage the
modesty of a woman) is made more severe, by a State amendment in 1991,
punishable with five to seven years of imprisonment, and under special
circumstances from two to five years imprisonment; the offence is made non-bailable
and non-compoundable. This comes down heavily on the eve-teasers and offenders
indulging in acts outraging the modesty of women.

➢ Govt. has proposed an amendment for amending Sec.326 IPC (causing grievous
hurt by dangerous weapon or means) by introducing a new Sec.326A IPC making it
punishable for a term not less than 10 years imprisonment and for payment of Rs.5
Lakhs compensation from the accused by duly amending Sec.357A Cr.P.C. The
State Government will bear the medical expenses of treatment to acid attack victims
under the Arogya Shree scheme.

➢ Govt. also sent an amendment to Sec.509 IPC (intention to insult the modesty of a
woman) to Govt. of India for making the offence non-bailable and to be punishable
upto 3 years imprisonment. It is pending with GOI.

5.9 Marital Offences

➢ Section 498A IPC is non-bailable and compoundable, by a State Amendment. This


step is a widely perceived as a welcome step and one that gives the victim woman a
better bargaining power while settling the issues of marital discord and harassment.

➢ There is an increase in the cases involving NRI husbands/ accused, and the
mechanisms of Look Out Circular (LOC), 105 B CrPC proceedings, impounding of
passport etc. are used to bring the accused to book. However, Red Corner Notice
(RCN) is not being issued by Interpol in 498A cases, citing implications of civil law.

➢ Section 494 IPC (bigamy) and 496 were made cognizable, non-bailable and non-
compoundable by a State Amendment in 1992.

➢ By an amendment to the Succession Act, Govt. has introduced a provision in 1985


giving coparcenary rights over the property to the girl-child. Govt. of India later
amended Succession Act on similar lines.

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Table -5.1
District wise Gender Offences for 2015 and 2016, variation in 2016 over 2015.

Dowry Murder Dowry Death

% %
Sl. No. UNITS Variation in Variation
2015 2016 2015 2016
2016 over in 2016
2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 7 7 0.0% 31 29 -6.5%


2 Hyderabad 2 0 -100.0% 25 18 -28.0%
3 Karimnagar 3 1 -66.7% 8 12 50.0%
4 Khammam 4 0 -100.0% 10 4 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 2 2 0.0% 6 9 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 6 13 116.7% 26 26 0.0%
7 Ramagundam 3 4 33.3% 9 8 -11.1%
8 Siddipet 0 0 0.0% 15 10 -33.3%
9 Warangal 8 11 37.5% 12 27 125.0%
10 Adilabad 2 3 50.0% 3 4 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1 1 0.0% 6 9 50.0%
12 Jagityal 3 1 -66.7% 5 6 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 8 5 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 1 0.0% 3 5 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 3 2 -33.3% 4 9 125.0%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 5 4 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 4 1 -75.0% 2 5 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 8 7 -12.5% 9 4 0.0%
19 Medak 1 0 -100.0% 9 4 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 7 1 -85.7% 8 0 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 5 3 -40.0% 17 12 -29.4%
22 Nirmal 2 0 -100.0% 7 1 -85.7%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 1 7 7 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 0 2 13 22 0.0%
25 Suryapet 3 3 0.0% 4 3 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 0 1 7 6 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 0 1 0 5 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0.0%
29 CID 0 0 0 0
TOTAL : 75 66 -12.0 259 254 -1.9

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TABLE - 5 .2
Abetment to Suicide Harassment

Sl. % %
UNITS
No Variation Variation in
2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 2016 over
over 2015 2015

1 Cyberabad 44 59 34.1% 723 874 20.9%


2 Hyderabad 31 29 -6.5% 1214 1064 -12.4%
3 Karimnagar 15 9 -40.0% 170 238 40.0%
4 Khammam 32 21 0.0% 273 269 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 26 19 0.0% 230 258 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 56 52 -7.1% 715 899 25.7%
7 Ramagundam 29 20 -31.0% 331 289 -12.7%
8 Siddipet 20 10 -50.0% 155 165 6.5%
9 Warangal 40 43 7.5% 287 341 18.8%
10 Adilabad 4 10 0.0% 158 179 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 26 30 15.4% 247 279 13.0%
12 Jagityal 7 5 0.0% 146 126 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 19 27 0.0% 72 80 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 3 6 0.0% 71 34 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 10 11 10.0% 190 169 -11.1%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 14 0.0% 174 103 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 12 22 0.0% 82 75 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 36 49 0.0% 120 194 0.0%
19 Medak 15 3 0.0% 118 127 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 30 12 0.0% 96 70 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 24 27 12.5% 417 249 -40.3%
22 Nirmal 1 2 100.0% 157 200 27.4%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 12 7 0.0% 81 48 -40.7%
24 Sanga Reddy 10 28 0.0% 161 173 7.5%
25 Suryapet 34 11 0.0% 191 143 -25.1%
26 Vikarabad 12 23 0.0% 111 148 33.3%
27 Wanaparthy 29 11 0.0% 74 45 -39.2%
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0% 1 0 -100.0%
29 CID 0 0 0.0% 0 1 0.0%
TOTAL : 577 560 -2.9 6765 6840 1.1

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TABLE -5.3
Murders D.P. Act

Sl. % %
UNITS Variation Variation
No 2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 in 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 21 20 -4.8% 0 0 0.0%


2 Hyderabad 20 13 -35.0% 0 0 0.0%
3 Karimnagar 2 4 100.0% 0 0 0.0%
4 Khammam 25 10 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 20 13 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 27 15 -44.4% 0 0 0.0%
7 Ramagundam 2 7 250.0% 0 0 0.0%
8 Siddipet 5 10 100.0% 0 0 0.0%
9 Warangal 10 11 10.0% 2 4 100.0%
10 Adilabad 5 4 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 15 7 -53.3% 0 0 0.0%
12 Jagityal 7 6 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 6 3 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 18 1 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 16 6 -62.5% 0 0 0.0%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 6 5 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 2 4 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 25 23 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
19 Medak 9 7 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 17 3 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 16 22 37.5% 0 0 0.0%
22 Nirmal 5 3 -40.0% 0 0 0.0%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 4 5 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 15 13 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
25 Suryapet 15 5 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 10 11 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 12 5 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
29 CID 0 0 0 0
335 236 -29.6 2 4 100.0

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TABLE - 5.4
Rape Kidnapping

SL. % %
UNITS Variation Variation
NO. 2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 in 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 61 124 103.3% 26 62 138.5%


2 Hyderabad 108 167 54.6% 78 57 -26.9%
3 Karimnagar 39 37 -5.1% 10 17 70.0%
4 Khammam 59 58 0.0% 52 59 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 29 24 0.0% 8 7 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 91 164 80.2% 28 59 110.7%
7 Ramagundam 38 33 -13.2% 24 15 -37.5%
8 Siddipet 31 30 -3.2% 13 5 -61.5%
9 Warangal 60 58 -3.3% 31 62 100.0%
10 Adilabad 16 27 0.0% 13 6 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 56 77 37.5% 12 26 116.7%
12 Jagityal 22 32 0.0% 7 6 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 28 0.0% 18 37 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 32 23 0.0% 6 11 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 6 12 100.0% 3 7 133.3%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 18 22 0.0% 6 2 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 30 32 0.0% 10 21 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 55 64 0.0% 48 33 0.0%
19 Medak 33 26 0.0% 6 1 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 45 23 0.0% 17 9 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 63 41 -34.9% 16 22 37.5%
22 Nirmal 36 15 -58.3% 6 11 83.3%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 6 12 0.0% 15 8 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 38 36 0.0% 21 6 0.0%
25 Suryapet 67 46 0.0% 11 13 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 31 47 0.0% 10 17 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 45 20 0.0% 12 8 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 2 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
29 CID 1 0 -100.0% 1 0 -100.0%
1118 1278 14.3 508 587 15.6

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TABLE - 5.5
Outraging of Modesty Bigamy

Sl. % %
UNITS
No Variation Variation
2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 in 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 261 437 67.4% 32 23 -28.1%


2 Hyderabad 333 370 11.1% 11 6 -45.5%
3 Karimnagar 142 152 7.0% 4 9 125.0%
4 Khammam 242 262 0.0% 12 25 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 71 66 0.0% 10 5 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 300 360 20.0% 23 31 34.8%
7 Ramagundam 150 127 -15.3% 20 7 -65.0%
8 Siddipet 82 148 80.5% 13 9 -30.8%
9 Warangal 174 234 34.5% 23 33 43.5%
10 Adilabad 94 72 0.0% 0 2 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 187 213 13.9% 8 29 262.5%
12 Jagityal 98 93 0.0% 18 11 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 68 53 0.0% 1 3 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 45 40 0.0% 13 7 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 45 86 91.1% 8 3 -62.5%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 84 54 0.0% 0 1 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 67 112 0.0% 5 5 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 137 124 0.0% 29 12 0.0%
19 Medak 93 11 0.0% 11 0 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 28 43 0.0% 12 1 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 225 193 -14.2% 6 10 66.7%
22 Nirmal 53 61 15.1% 4 4 0.0%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 59 42 0.0% 2 7 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 108 113 0.0% 24 17 0.0%
25 Suryapet 217 108 0.0% 10 5 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 55 51 0.0% 4 4 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 68 24 0.0% 14 1 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 6 2 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
29 CID 0 5 0 0
Total 3492 3656 4.7 317 270 -14.8

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TABLE -5.6

Total cases of Crime Against Women with Percentage, Variation and Rank

% Variation
Sl. RANK FOR
UNITS 2015 2016 in 2016 over
2016
NO. 2015

1 Cyberabad 1206 1635 35.6% 2

2 Hyderabad 1822 1724 -5.4% 1

3 Karimnagar 393 479 21.9% 10

4 Khammam 709 708 0.0% 5

5 Nizamabad 402 403 0.0% 12

6 Rachakonda 1272 1619 27.3% 3

7 Ramagundam 606 510 -15.8% 8

8 Siddipet 334 387 15.9% 13

9 Warangal 647 824 27.4% 4

10 Adilabad 295 307 0.0% 16

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 558 671 20.3% 6

12 Jagityal 313 286 0.0% 19

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 192 236 0.0% 21

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 192 128 0.0% 26

15 Kamareddy 285 305 7.0% 17

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 293 205 0.0% 22

17 Mahabubbad 214 277 0.0% 20

18 Mahabubnagar 467 510 0.0% 8

19 Medak 295 179 0.0% 23

20 Nagarkurnool 260 162 0.0% 24

21 Nalgonda 789 579 -26.6% 7

22 Nirmal 271 297 9.6% 18

23 Rajanna Siricilla 186 137 0.0% 25

24 Sanga Reddy 390 410 0.0% 11

25 Suryapet 552 337 0.0% 14

26 Vikarabad 240 308 0.0% 15

27 Wanaparthy 254 120 0.0% 27

28 RP Secunderabad 9 2 0.0% 29

29 CID 2 6 200.0% 28
Total 13448 13751 2.3

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CHAPTER–6

ANTI HUMAN TRAFFICKING

6.1 Definition of Trafficking: (Ref. Art. 23 of the Indian constitution)

➢ The definition of Trafficking can be found in the various sections of ITPA (Immoral
Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956. Section 5 speaks about procuring, taking and even
inducing a person for the sake of prostitution. According to this section, even attempt to
procure and attempt to take or causing a person to carry on prostitution amounts to
trafficking. Therefore ‘Trafficking’ has been given a broad scope. (Ref: UN Protocol to
prevent, suppress & punish Trafficking in Persons, 2000).

➢ A legal definition of trafficking is available in the Goa Children’s Act 2003. Though it is
focused on child trafficking, the definition is comprehensive. Under Sec.2(z) of the said
Act “Child Trafficking” means “the procurement, recruitment, transportation, transfer,
harbouring or receipt of persons, legally or illegally, within or across borders, by means
of threat or use of force or other forms of coercion, of abduction, of fraud, of deception,
of the abuse of power or of a position of vulnerability or of giving or receiving payments
or benefits to achieve the consent of a person having control over another person, for
monetary gain or otherwise”.

➢ If a woman or child is sexually exploited and any person gains out of the same, it
amounts to Commercial Sexual Exploitation (CSE), which is a legally punishable offence
wherein the culpability lies against all exploiters.

6.2 Human Trafficking is the contemporary manifestation of slavery, whose victims are
predominantly women and children. No country today is immune from human trafficking.
Victims are forced to work as sex workers, bar dancers, beggars, camel jockeys, in
hazardous work on farms, as domestic servants, as child soldiers, and in many forms of
involuntary servitude. According to UN estimates nearly 2 million women and children
are abused and trafficked globally every year and millions more are trafficked within their
home countries.

6.3 There is growing concern over the serious implications vis-a-vis human rights, public
order, economic, public health, HIV / AIDS and security, of human trafficking around the
world. This “Commerce in Human Life” generates billions of rupees each year, much of

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which is used to finance organized crime. It is the 3rd largest organized crime after drugs
and arms. Human trafficking is increasingly being perpetrated by organized,
sophisticated criminal enterprise.

6.4 The process, means and end of human trafficking is given below:

PROCESS MEANS END


Recruiting By Force For Involuntary Servitude
or or or
Harboring Fraud Debt Bondage
or or or
Moving Coercion Slavery
or or
Obtaining Sex Trade
or
Maintaining a Person

➢ Till 2005, we were prosecuting the “Victims” under ITP Act 1956. The next
dimension as per National Human Rights Commission (August 2004 Report) is that
commercially sexually exploited victim is a victim of circumstances beyond her
control and thus we must focus on prosecuting the traffickers.

➢ We must adopt three P’s (Prevention, Protection & Prosecution) and three R’s
(Rescue, Rehabilitation and Reintegration).

➢ Treat the victim with care and concern, rescue the victims following rescue protocols
and arrest the traffickers of all hues under non-bailable sections. Sections of law
applicable include Sec.366-A, 366-B, 372, 373, 376(2)(g) IPC along with ITP Act
provisions, when minors are subjected to commercial sexual exploitation. Taking
action against brothel keepers for closure of brothels u/s 18 of ITP Act and
Sec.133(6) Cr.P.C.

6.5 United A.P is the First State in the country to start AHTUs (Anti Human Trafficking Units)
under a joint partnership programme of UNODC (United Nations Office on Drugs &
Crime) and MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) (D.O.Lr.15011/57/2004-05 – SC/ST Cell
(ATC) dt.4.9.06 of Jt. Secretary, Govt. of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi)
Three AHTUs started functioning w.e.f 22.1.07 at Hyderabad (under SP WPC CID).

6.6 Police Academy has taken a massive empowerment exercise in collaboration with
UNODC and MHA and as on 25th May, 2012, 1985 I.Os, 2749 supporting officers and
789 APPs, NGOs etc were sensitized and empowered.

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6.7 We must concentrate at source Villages / Towns / Cities, Transit areas like Bus Stands,
Railway Stations as a part of prevention / protection drive in pursuance of G.O.Ms. No. 1
of Govt. of AP, WD, CW & DW Department dt. 03.01.2003 Conduct rescue operations at
highest of Destinations. Involve the PRIs (Panchayat Raj Institutions) in prevention and
reintegration programmes. Open History sheets / Suspect sheets against Traffickers,
share intelligence across the country to make a dent on their network.

Bonded labour: Exploitation is the benefit of one to cause unfair loss to another. In
case of exploitative labour, it may relate to:

▪ Living and working conditions – not upholding Fundamental rights.

▪ Not giving fair way or minimum wage.

▪ The person may not have offered her / his services voluntarily; forced or
compulsory labour is all work or service which is exacted from any person under
the menace of any penalty and for which this said person has not offered himself
voluntarily. (12.3 million forced labour in the world).

6.8 Notable G.Os are:-

➢ G.O Rt No. 475/Home (Pol. D) Dept. dated: 16.08.1991 regarding appointment of


Special Police Officers.

➢ G.O.Ms No.1 of Women Development, Child Welfare and Disabled Welfare


(Progs) Dept dt.3.1.2003 regarding Prevention, Rescue, Rehabilitation, Anti
Trafficking Measures, Economic Empowerment of Victims of CSE, Health care
etc

➢ G. O. Ms. No.13 of W D C W & D W (Progs) Dept dt.21.4.2012 regarding


enhancement of immediate relief fund from Rs.5000/- to Rs.10,000/-to the
children / women who are rescued from trafficking.

➢ G.O.Ms.No.28 of Women Development, Child Welfare and Disabled Welfare


(Progs) Dept dt.4.7.2003 regarding setting up of a Relief and Rehabilitation Fund
for victims of atrocities – Payment of Rs.50,000/-to the victims of sexual
exploitation.

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➢ G.O.Ms. No. 16 of WD & CW Dept. dt: 24.04.2012 – Adoption of Minimum
Standards of Care by Institutions & Service Providers Providing Protection and
Rehabilitative Facilities to victims of commercial sex trafficking.

6.9 Providing Victim / Witness Support is another important aspect to motivate victims to
give evidence in courts to ensure conviction of traffickers. Low conviction rate is due
to lack of Victim / Witness Support Fund.

6.10 Law:

Human trafficking is not comprehensively defined in any Indian law. However there
are many laws where reference made to different forms of trafficking is made. In
India, Human trafficking is basically dealt with by four laws: Indian Penal Code,
1861; The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956; Juvenile Justice (Care and
Protection of Children) Act, 2000 and Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act, 1976.

Bailable Compound-able
IPC Section of Law & offence /Non- / Non- Sentence / Punishment
bailable compoundable
Section 292 — Sale etc. of Bailable Non- On first conviction, 2 yrs and
obscene books etc. compoundable fine of Rs.2000/-, second
conviction, 5 yrs & fine of
Rs.5000/-
Section 293— Sale etc. of Bailable Non- On first conviction, 3 yrs and
obscene objects to young compoundable fine of Rs.2000/-, second
persons. conviction, 7 yrs & fine of
Rs.5000/-
Section 341 Punishment for Bailable Compoundable Simple imprisonment for 1
Wrongful Restraint. month or fine of Rs.500/-or
both.
Section 342- Punishment for Bailable Compoundable Imprisonment for 1 year or
Wrongful Confinement. fine of Rs.1000/-or both
Section 354 — Assault or use Bailable Compoundable Imprisonment for 2 years or
of criminal force to a woman fine, or both.
with intent to outrage her
modesty
Section 363- Punishment for Bailable Non- Imprisonment for 7 years and
Kidnapping Compoundable fine
Section 363A- Kidnapping or Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
maiming a minor for purposes Bailable Compoundable and fine or imprisonment for
of begging. life and fine
Section 365- Kidnapping or Non- Non- Imprisonment for 7 years and
Abducting with Intent Secretly Bailable Compoundable fine
and Wrongfully to Confine
Person.

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Section 366- Kidnapping, Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
abducting or Inducing Woman Bailable Compoundable and fine
to compel her for Marriage, illicit
intercourse, etc.
Section 366A- Procuration of Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
Minor Girl for prostitution. Bailable Compoundable and fine
Section 366B- Importation of Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
Girl from Foreign Country for Bailable Compoundable and fine
prostitution.
Section 367- Kidnapping or Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
Abducting In Order To Subject Bailable Compoundable and fine
Person To grievous Hurt,
Slavery, etc.
Section 368- Wrongfully Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
Concealing or Keeping in Bailable Compoundable and fine
Confinement, Kidnapped or
Abducted Person.
Section 369- Kidnapping or Non- Non- Imprisonment for 7 years and
Abducting Child Under Ten Bailable Compoundable fine
Years with intent to steal from
its Person.
Section 370- Buying or Non- Non- Imprisonment for 7 years and
Disposing of Any Person as a Bailable Compoundable fine
Slave
Section 371- Habitual Dealing Non- Non- imprisonment for life or
in Slaves. Bailable Compoundable Imprisonment for 10 years
and fine
Section 372- Selling Minor for Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
purposes of Prostitution, etc. Bailable Compoundable and fine
Section 373- Buying Minor for Non- Non- Imprisonment for 10 years
purposes of prostitution, etc. Bailable Compoundable and fine
Section 374- Unlawful Bailable Non- Imprisonment for 1 year or
compulsory labour. Compoundable fine or both
Section 376- Punishment for Non- Non- imprisonment for life or
rape. Bailable Compoundable Imprisonment for 10 years
and fine
Section 376(f)- Rape of woman Non- Non- Rigorous Imprisonment not
under 12 years of age. Bailable Compoundable less than 10 years but which
may be for life and shall also
be liable to fine.
Section 377- Unnatural Non- Non- imprisonment for life or
offences (Sodomy) Bailable Compoundable Imprisonment for 10 years
and fine
Section .498-A - Subjecting a Non- Compoundable Imprisonment for 3 years
married woman to cruelty Bailable and fine
Section 506 -Criminal Non- Compoundable Imprisonment for 2 years or
intimidation - If threat be to Bailable fine or both Imprisonment
cause death or grievous hurt for 2 years or fine or both
etc.

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6.11 Article 23 of Constitution of India:

Prohibition of traffic in Human beings and forced labour: Traffic in human beings and
beggary and other similar forms of forced labour are prohibited and any
contravention of this provision shall be an offence punishable in accordance with law.

6.12 The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act of 1956:


This is the most important law to curb trafficking. Sections 3 to 7 of ITP Act are
against traffickers while customers can be booked u/s 7 of ITP Act.

6.13 The Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act of 1976:


It prohibits forced or bonded Labour. The National Human Rights Commission of
India monitors its implementation. Secs.16, 17, 18 & 20 are cognizable; Sub
Divisional Magistrate is empowered to adjudicate.

6.14 Young Persons (Harmful Publication) Act 1956


Prohibits distribution of material related to crime, violence and vice.
6.15 The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000

This Act explicitly provides for effective social rehabilitation and reintegration of all
juveniles in need of care and protection and makes explicit provisions for punishment
for employment of juvenile or child for begging, giving intoxicating liquor or narcotic
drug or psychotropic substance to juvenile or child, exploitation of juvenile or child
employee.

6.16 Transplantation of Human Organ Act, 1994.


It provides for the regulation of removal, storage and transplantation of human
organs for purpose of treatment and for the prevention of commercial dealings in
human organs.

6.17 The Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929


The Act provides for age of marriage i.e. 21 years for male and 18 years for female.

❖ Section 3 — It is an offence for a male above 18 years but below 21 years to get
married.

❖ Section 4 — It is an offence if a male above 21 years married a girl below 18 years.

❖ Section 5 —Whoever performs, conducts or directs any child marriage commits an


offence.

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❖ Section 6 - Parent or guardian in charge of the minor, promoting or permitting, or
negligently failing to prevent child marriage commits an offence.

➢ It is a cognizable offence. But no Court can take cognizance of any offence


under this Act after the expiry of one year from the date on which the offence is
alleged to have been committed.

➢ The Court may issue an injunction against any of the persons mentioned, in
Section 3, 4, 5 and 6 of this Act prohibiting such marriage.

The following are places where ‘Swadhar’ Homes are located for lodging and imparting
skills to the victims of commercial sexual exploitation.

Sl.
District Name of the Organization Help line Number
No
1 Ranga Reddy Kastruba Gandhi National Memorial Trust, Help No. 6559 1419
Mahila Seva and Vikasa kendra, Hydershakote,
180044253245
Vill Langerhouse, Hyderabad –8. Ph: 040-
27140986 / 27801668, Cell : 9391012852
2 Ranga Reddy Hyderabad City Women’s Welfare Council, Help. Toll Free No.
H.No. 7-140/2, S.S. Nagar, Street No. 8 10923
Habsiguda, Ranga Reddy dist.
3 Khammam Grem Vikas (GK) Hyderpet, Sthupally, Near Help. Toll Free No.
B.C. Hostel, Khammam District – 507303 Cell : 10921
93935 11537`

OTHER HELP LINES

1. Hyderabad Child line 1098


2. Hyderabad Telangana State SACS 1097
3. Hyderabad Prajwala, H.No. 20-4-34, 3rd Floor, Behind 040-24510290
Charminar Bus stand, Hyderabad.
9440800031
4. Hyderabad Ankuram – Door No. 12-13-309, Street No. 19, 9396883703
Taranaka, Secunderabad.

5. Hyderabad Telangana State Police Department 1091


6. Secunderabad Emergency Management and Research 040-23462600
Institution (EMRI) Medchal Road,
Secunderabad

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TABLE - 6.1

Statement of cases reported under Human Trafficking for the


years 2015 & 2016
Sl.
UNITS 2015 2016
No
1 Cyberabad 207 67
2 Hyderabad 103 114
3 Karimnagar 3 8
4 Khammam 0 0
5 Nizamabad 0 0
6 Rachakonda 141 85
7 Ramagundam 0 0
8 Siddipet 0 0
9 Warangal 6 5
10 Adilabad 0 0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0
12 Jagityal 0 0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0
17 Mahabubbad 0 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0
19 Medak 0 1
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0
21 Nalgonda 1 4
22 Nirmal 0 1
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 5 0
25 Suryapet 0 2
26 Vikarabad 0 1
27 Wanaparthy 0 1
28 RP Secunderabad 0 1
29 CID 2 1
Total 468 291

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Table - 6.2

Statement of cases registered under Trafficking for the years 2015 and 2016

S No 2015 2016

1 No. of cases registered 468 291

2 No. of victims rescued 882 542

Majors 579 301

Minors 303 241

3 No. of persons arrested: 1116 720

Traffickers 566 391

Customers 550 329

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CHAPTER–7
CRIME AGAINST CHILDREN

7.1 Every year thousands of children become victims of crime – whether through
kidnappings, violent attacks, or sexual abuse. Crimes against children tend to be local
crimes with the vast majority taking place within the home or family circle. There are
other crimes against children that are facilitated by the Internet. Not only can offenders
distribute and access child abuse material more easily, but they can also come into
direct contact with children – via chat rooms and social networking sites.

7.2 “Sex tourism”: this type of crime involves the abuse of children in developing third world
countries, including our own country, especially tourist places like Goa and other popular
places visited by foreigners. This type of crime is linked to child trafficking, organized
crime and murder.

7.3 To combat the Crimes Against Children, a three-pronged approach is required: (1) to
decrease the vulnerability of children to sexual exploitation; (2) to develop a nationwide
capacity to provide a rapid, effective, and measured investigative response to crimes
against children; (3) to enhance the capabilities of state and local law enforcement
agencies through programs, investigative assistance, and task force operations.

7.4 The strategy should involve using multi-disciplinary and multi-agency teams to
investigate and prosecute crimes that cross legal, geographical, and jurisdictional
boundaries; promoting and enhancing interagency sharing of intelligence, specialized
skills, and services; and widely offering victim/witness services. All for the express
purpose of protecting our nation’s greatest asset – our children.

7.5 Issues relating to child victims and crimes committed against children are a matter of
serious concern for the Government, parents and the society. The issue needs attention
it deserves and special steps to deal with this delicate area. Ankuram, Divya Disha,
HCHAW, Child line and a few other NGOs are assisting Police.

7.6 Status of a Child:

There is a need for a clear definition of ‘child’ in the statute. Juvenile Justice (Care &
Protection of Children) Act, 2000, defines a child as a person who has not completed 18
years of age. The “Child Marriage Restraint Act” of 1929 also specifies 18 years as the

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cut off age for preventing child marriage. Sec. 376 IPC defines 16 years as the age for
giving consent in rape cases. Child Labour Act 1986 fixes 14 years as the criteria for
child labour. Hindu Marriage Act 1955 states 18 years and 21 years as the eligibility
age for marriage for females and male respectively.

7.7 Crime against Children:

Include violations under certain sections of Indian Penal Code and Special and Local
Laws. For the purpose of this chapter, the following categories of crimes involving
child victims have been included:

❖ Foeticide (316 IPC) & infanticide ( 315 IPC)

❖ Exposure and abandonment (317 IPC)

❖ Murder (302 IPC)

❖ Other Murder (Murder for Gain) (302, 379,380 IPC)

❖ Rape (376 IPC)

❖ Molestation (354 IPC)

❖ Kidnapping and Abduction (363 IPC)

❖ Abetment to commit suicide (305 IPC)

❖ Procuration of minor girls (below 18) (366-A IPC)

❖ Selling of minor girls for prostitution (below 18) (372 IPC)

❖ Buying of minor girls for prostitution (below 18) (370 IPC)

❖ Cruelty to juvenile or child by guardian [Sec. 23 of Juvenile Justice (Care and


Protection of Children) Act, 2000]

❖ Employment of juvenile or child for begging [Sec. 24 of Juvenile Justice Care


and Protection of Children) Act, 2000]

❖ Giving intoxicating liquor or narcotic drug or psychotropic substance to juvenile


or child [Sec. 25 of Juvenile Justice Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000]

❖ Exploitation juvenile or child employee [Sec. 26 of Juvenile Justice (Care and


Protection of Children) Act, 2000]

❖ Child Marriage [Sections, 3,4,5 and 6 of the Child Marriage Restraint Act, 1929]

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7.7 Snapshots

• 2913 cases were registered during 2016 under Crime Against Children as against
2698 in the year 2015 showing an increase of 7.97% over previous year.
• Cyberabad with 485 cases ranked first in registering highest number of cases of
Crime against Children during the year 2016 followed by Khammam (451) and
Hyderabad City (406).
• Rachakonda ranked first in registering the incidence of Murder of children (5)
followed by Hyderabad City & Cyberabad (4 each) during the year 2016.
• Hyderabad city accounted for the highest number of cases under the head of
Rape (110) followed by Cyberabad (101) and Rachakonda (92) during the year
2016.
• The highest number of cases under Kidnapping & Abduction of children was
registered from Hyderabad City (243) followed by Khammam (92) and Cyberabad
(81).

7.8 G.Os

• Reservation for Orphan / destitute children in Residential Institutions of Tribal


Welfare, Social Welfare, B.C. Welfare, Minorities welfare and Residential
Educational Institutional Society (G.O.Ms. No. 47, WD & CW Dept. dt:
31.08.2012).
• Constitution of Child Welfare Committees – Notification. (G.O.Ms. No. 9,
Department for Women, Children, Disabled & Senior Citizens (JJ).

Toll free child line: ‘1098’

“Teach a child about Good touch / Bad touch, so she/he can recognize bad touch”
“Recognize, Resist and Report”

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TABLE - 7.1
District wise Crime Against Children for 2015 and 2016, variation in 2016 over
2015
Murder (a) Infanticide (b) Other murder

Sl. % % %
UNITS
No Variation in Variation in Variation in
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
2016 over 2016 over 2016 over
2015 2015 2015

1 Cyberabad 3 4 33.3 0 0 0.0 3 4 33.3


2 Hyderabad 9 4 -55.6 1 0 -100.0 8 4 -50.0
3 Karimnagar 0 3 0.0 0 1 0.0 0 2 0.0
4 Khammam 2 2 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 2 0.0
5 Nizamabad 2 1 -50.0 0 0 0.0 2 1 -50.0
6 Rachakonda 5 5 0.0 0 0 0.0 5 5 0.0
7 Ramagundam 2 3 50.0 0 0 0.0 2 3 50.0
8 Siddipet 3 3 0.0 1 0 -100.0 2 3 50.0
9 Warangal 2 1 -50.0 0 0 0.0 2 1 -50.0
10 Adilabad 4 1 -75.0 1 0 -100.0 3 1 -66.7
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 5 1 -80.0 0 0 0.0 5 1 -80.0
12 Jagityal 0 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 2 1 -50.0 0 0 0.0 2 1 -50.0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 4 3 -25.0 0 0 0.0 4 3 -25.0
15 Kamareddy 1 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0 1 0 -100.0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 2 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0 2 0 -100.0
17 Mahabubbad 1 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 1 0.0
18 Mahabubnagar 5 3 -40.0 0 0 0.0 5 3 -40.0
19 Medak 3 1 -66.7 0 0 0.0 3 1 -66.7
20 Nagarkurnool 4 1 -75.0 0 0 0.0 4 1 -75.0
21 Nalgonda 0 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0
22 Nirmal 3 1 -66.7 0 0 0.0 3 1 -66.7
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 1 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0
24 Sanga Reddy 6 2 -66.7 0 0 0.0 6 2 -66.7
25 Suryapet 0 2 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 2 0.0
26 Vikarabad 2 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0 2 0 -100.0
27 Wanaparthy 2 2 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 2 0.0
28 RP Secunderabad 1 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0 1 0 -100.0
29 CID 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
Total 73 48 -34.2 3 1 -66.7 70 47 -32.9

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 7.2
Rape Kidnapping / Abduction Foeticide

Sl. % % %
UNITS
No Variation in Variation in Variation in
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
2016 over 2016 over 2016 over
2015 2015 2015

1 Cyberabad 32 101 215.6 30 81 170.0 0 0 0.0


2 Hyderabad 73 110 50.7 287 243 -15.3 0 0 0.0
3 Karimnagar 25 21 -16.0 14 30 114.3 0 0 0.0
4 Khammam 40 37 -7.5 46 92 100.0 0 0 0.0
5 Nizamabad 21 18 -14.3 8 4 -50.0 0 0 0.0
6 Rachakonda 50 92 84.0 27 29 7.4 0 0 0.0
7 Ramagundam 23 18 -21.7 10 17 70.0 0 0 0.0
8 Siddipet 31 27 -12.9 2 21 950.0 0 0 0.0
9 Warangal 19 21 10.5 13 36 176.9 0 0 0.0
10 Adilabad 17 10 -41.2 0 2 0.0 0 0 0.0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 38 42 10.5 30 54 80.0 0 0 0.0
12 Jagityal 15 14 -6.7 5 2 -60.0 0 0 0.0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 14 12 -14.3 8 7 -12.5 0 0 0.0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 22 10 -54.5 6 15 150.0 0 0 0.0
15 Kamareddy 6 10 66.7 5 3 -40.0 0 0 0.0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 15 12 -20.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
17 Mahabubbad 21 15 -28.6 12 4 -66.7 0 0 0.0
18 Mahabubnagar 68 19 -72.1 34 36 5.9 0 0 0.0
19 Medak 11 11 0.0 2 5 150.0 0 0 0.0
20 Nagarkurnool 21 9 -57.1 7 4 -42.9 0 0 0.0
21 Nalgonda 37 15 -59.5 26 10 -61.5 0 0 0.0
22 Nirmal 7 10 42.9 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 9 4 -55.6 3 4 33.3 0 0 0.0
24 Sanga Reddy 30 14 -53.3 2 8 300.0 0 0 0.0
25 Suryapet 33 19 -42.4 10 8 -20.0 0 0 0.0
26 Vikarabad 13 7 -46.2 8 5 -37.5 0 0 0.0
27 Wanaparthy 13 11 -15.4 12 5 -58.3 0 0 0.0
28 RP Secunderabad 1 1 0.0 1 2 100.0 0 0 0.0
29 CID 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
Total 705 690 -2.1 608 727 19.6 0 0 0.0

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 7.3
Exposure and
Abetment of suicide Procuration of minor girls
Abandonment

Sl. % % %
UNITS
No Variation in Variation in Variation in
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
2016 over 2016 over 2016 over
2015 2015 2015

1 Cyberabad 0 3 0.0 1 4 300.0 0 11 0.0


2 Hyderabad 0 0 0.0 1 0 -100.0 1 0 -100.0
3 Karimnagar 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
4 Khammam 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
5 Nizamabad 0 0 0.0 3 0 -100.0 0 5 0.0
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 10 0.0
7 Ramagundam 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
8 Siddipet 0 0 0.0 4 0 -100.0 14 0 -100.0
9 Warangal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 4 1 -75.0
10 Adilabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
12 Jagityal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 0 -100.0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0.0 4 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0
15 Kamareddy 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 5 0.0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 0 -100.0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0.0 6 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0
19 Medak 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 11 0 -100.0
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0.0 2 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0
21 Nalgonda 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
22 Nirmal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
25 Suryapet 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
26 Vikarabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0.0 2 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0
28 RP Secunderabad 1 0 -100.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
29 CID 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
Total 1 3 200.0 23 4 -82.6 33 32 -3.0

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 7.4

Buying of girls for Selling of girls for Child marriage restraint


prostitution prostitution Act -1929
Sl.
UNITS % % %
No
Variation Variation in Variation in
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
in 2016 2016 over 2016 over
over 2015 2015 2015

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0 2 5 150.0


2 Hyderabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0
3 Karimnagar 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0
4 Khammam 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
5 Nizamabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 5 1 -80.0
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 3 0.0
7 Ramagundam 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
8 Siddipet 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 0 -100.0
9 Warangal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
10 Adilabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
12 Jagityal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
15 Kamareddy 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 1 -50.0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

19 Medak 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 0 -100.0


20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
21 Nalgonda 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 2 3 50.0
22 Nirmal 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 1 0 -100.0
25 Suryapet 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 3 0.0
26 Vikarabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
29 CID 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0
Total 0 0 0.0 0 1 0.0 15 19 26.7

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 7.5
Other crimes TOTAL
Sl. % %
UNITS Variation in Variation in
No 2015 2016 2015 2016
2016 over 2016 over
2015 2015

1 Cyberabad 338 275 -18.6 406 485 19.5


2 Hyderabad 115 48 -58.3 486 406 -16.5
3 Karimnagar 31 27 -12.9 70 82 17.1
4 Khammam 75 320 326.7 163 451 176.7
5 Nizamabad 16 30 87.5 55 59 7.3
6 Rachakonda 89 170 91.0 171 309 80.7
7 Ramagundam 14 11 -21.4 49 49 0.0
8 Siddipet 32 0 -100.0 88 51 -42.0
9 Warangal 31 22 -29.0 69 81 17.4
10 Adilabad 2 19 850.0 23 33 43.5
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 61 212 247.5 134 309 130.6
12 Jagityal 22 9 -59.1 42 26 -38.1
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 21 0 -100.0 47 20 -57.4
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 2 0 -100.0 38 28 -26.3
15 Kamareddy 9 20 122.2 23 39 69.6
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 18 1700.0 18 30 66.7
17 Mahabubbad 32 2 -93.8 67 22 -67.2
18 Mahabubnagar 3 0 -100.0 116 58 -50.0
19 Medak 24 0 -100.0 52 17 -67.3
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0.0 34 14 -58.8
21 Nalgonda 160 78 -51.3 225 107 -52.4
22 Nirmal 0 13 0.0 10 24 140.0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 14 2 -85.7 26 11 -57.7
24 Sanga Reddy 20 0 -100.0 59 24 -59.3
25 Suryapet 115 25 -78.3 158 57 -63.9
26 Vikarabad 12 6 -50.0 35 18 -48.6
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0.0 29 18 -37.9
28 RP Secunderabad 1 82 8100.0 5 85 1600.0
29 CID 0 0 0.0 0 0 0.0

Total 1240 1389 12.0 2698 2913 8.0

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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CHAPTER–8

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

8.1 Juvenile delinquency is one of the most serious problems of our times. It basically
means anti-social behaviour among children. The different forms of delinquent
behaviour include loitering, loafing, pick-pocketing, stealing, gambling, sexual
offences like eve teasing, etc. The rate of delinquency is rising very fast all over the
world and one of the main suspected reasons is the negligence of parents

8.2 “Juvenile” or “child” means male below the age of 16 years and female below the
age of 18 yrs were considered as juveniles in Juvenile Justice (CPC) Act 1986. The
Act was amended in 2000 according to which, the age of juvenile males and
females was brought at par as below the age of 18 years. Juvenile Justice (CPC)
Rules-2006.

8.3 Causes of Juvenile Delinquency

• Almost all research workers have accepted that families of delinquents are
characterized by discords, desertions and divorces. Such families have been
pointed out as one of the main causes of delinquency.

• To those in sore need of a substitute for family love and group-belongingness,


the peer group or the gang presents itself as a kind of close knit unit that will
serve the purpose.

• The immediate environments of a child also affect the trend he will adopt in
connection with his personality. It has been seen that more delinquents come
from slums and thickly populated areas.

• Although schools and educational institutes are playing an increasingly important


role in the training and upbringing of future citizens, they are also contributing
towards many cases on juvenile delinquency. Delinquents are typically non-
bookish and non-academic individuals who perceive studies as a burden. When
they fail in exams and get scolded by their family, they tend to indulge in
delinquent acts.

• Poverty and democracy are also major contributing factors towards juvenile
delinquency. People indulge themselves in delinquent acts in order to meet and
satisfy the primary wants of their life. Democratic orders also increase
delinquency.

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8.4 Effects

• On the Families

The upheaval and trauma of having a family member who is a juvenile delinquent
can create instability for the other relatives. Not only does the family have to cope
with the needs of the child who is in trouble, but they may also have to raise large
amounts of money to pay for lawyers. In addition, the family has to face the ethical
issues of responsibility to the victims of the child's crime.

• On the Community

There is a correlation between juvenile delinquency and drug use, gang


involvement, alcohol abuse, and sexual behavior. All of these issues challenge
communities by making neighborhoods unsafe.

• On Society

Young people who commit serious crimes before they are 18 years old challenge
the future for everyone involved. They may be acting out to protest perceived
abuses that have been perpetrated against them. They may believe that there is no
future for them outside of a life of crime. They may be expressing anger or
frustration directed against another person or group or looking for approval from a
gang. Whatever the motive, juvenile delinquency affects too many individuals,
families, and communities. It is a serious problem that challenges the efforts of
government agencies, politicians, educators, faith communities, and nonprofit
organizations alike.

8.5 Suggestions for the prevention of juvenile delinquency:

• Accept the delinquent as a person in his own right, and give affection and security.
• Watch for the signs of maladjustment; early treatment may prevent this
maladjustment from taking a delinquent trend.
• Providing the child with a variety of experiences like music and dance, art and craft,
etc. can help divert him/her from delinquent tendencies.
• Attempt to build-up a stable system of moral and social values.
• Reject the delinquent behavior without rejecting the delinquent.
• Encourage the child to talk about and admit the existence of anti-social tendencies.

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• Change the conditions of home, school and community that seem to give rise to
such behavior.
• Give a potential delinquent some post of special responsibility, such as task of
preventing other children from committing delinquent acts.
• Once a delinquent act has been detected, never pass it over. Make clear to the
child that he has done something wrong, but do not punish him harshly.
• Minimize the chances of a child’s going wrong by putting the smallest possible
number of temptations in his way.

8.6 Snapshots

• During this year 2016 a total of 991 crimes committed by juveniles as against 1226
cases in the year 2015, showing a decrease of 19.17%.

• Bhadradri Kothagudem accounted for the highest number of cases (132) followed
by Hyderabad City (120) and Cyberabad (91). (Table No. 8.1 to 8.5).

8.7 G.Os issued by Govt. of AP, WD, CW & DW Dept:

• G.O.Ms. No. 20 dt: 11.08.2006 WD & CW Dept. Juvenile Welfare, Correctional


Services and Welfare of Street Children Dept- Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection
of Children) Act, 2000 (Central Act 56 of 2000) Constitution of Child Welfare
Committee’s.

• Vide G.O. Ms. No. 5 dt: 05.01.2010 Home Dept (PS&C Dept). all the SHOs of
AP are designated as Child Welfare Officers and all DCRB/ CCRB/ RCRB
Inspectors are designated as Special Juvenile Police Units as per Sec. 63
Juvenile Justice (CPC) Act.

• G.O.Ms. No. 30 dt5: 05.01.2010 WD & CW Dept Child Welfare Committees –


Under the Juvenile Justice ( care & Protection of Children) Act, 2000 the Financial
authority to dispose off cases for the care, Protection, treatment, development and
rehabilitation of Children as well as to provide for their basic needs and Protection
of Human Rights, Sec.31(1).

• G.O.Ms. No. 18, dt: 20.01.2012 – Constitution of Juvenile Justice Boards.

• G.O.Ms. No. 8, Department for Women, Children, disabled & Senior Citizen (JJ) dt:
20.01201 – Constitution of Juvenile Justice Boards – Notification.

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8.8 List of Children / Observation / Special & Girls Homes

Children Homes for Boys

S.
Home Superintendent Office Phone No.
No
1 Hyderabad P.Kumaraswamy (9502746076) 040-24071244
2 Warangal Y. Lawrence (9849673046) 0870-2440059
Special Homes for Boys
1 Hyderabad P.Manik Reddy (9948242803) 040-24071984
2 Hyderabad V.Mahalakshmi (FAC) 9949146371 040-24653977

Observation Homes:

1 Hyderabad K.Keshavulu (9440485042) 040-24526964


2 Nizamabad A.Anand (9948858408) 08462-240190
3 Warangal P.Ramadevi (9849221579) 0870-2421113

S.
Home Superintendent Office Phone No.
No.
Child Guidance
1 Bureau, M.Viswashanthi Vardhan (9247361677) 040-23340630
Hyderabad.

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TABLE - 8.1

District wise Juvenile Delinquency for 2015 and 2016


Att. to
Cul. i) Custodial ii) Other
Murder commit Rape
Sl. Homicide Rape Rape
UNITS Murder
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 3 2 2 1 1 1 4 5 0 0 4 5

2 Hyderabad 2 4 2 3 0 1 3 5 0 0 3 5

3 Karimnagar 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0

4 Khammam 0 1 1 3 0 0 2 7 0 0 2 7

5 Nizamabad 3 1 1 3 2 0 5 0 0 0 5 0

6 Rachakonda 5 2 1 0 0 0 6 4 0 0 6 4

7 Ramagundam 0 1 2 0 0 0 5 4 0 0 5 4

8 Siddipet 1 5 0 0 0 0 7 2 0 0 7 2

9 Warangal 0 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

10 Adilabad 4 0 1 3 1 0 2 2 0 0 2 2

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 2 1 2 0 0 4 6 0 0 4 6

12 Jagityal 1 1 1 0 0 0 6 3 0 0 6 3

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 Mahabubbad 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 2

18 Mahabubnagar 2 1 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 4 4

19 Medak 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 2

20 Nagarkurnool 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 0 0 1 3

21 Nalgonda 1 1 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

22 Nirmal 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

23 Rajanna Siricilla 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

24 Sanga Reddy 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 3 2

25 Suryapet 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0

26 Vikarabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 2

27 Wanaparthy 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 32 37 16 16 4 2 72 54 0 0 72 54

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 8.2

Preparation
Kidnap & (i) Of women
(ii) Of others Dacoity & Assembly Robbery
Sl. Abdu & girls
UNITS forDacoity
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 5 11
2 Hyderabad 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 2 1
3 Karimnagar 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 0 0
4 Khammam 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Nizamabad 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0
7 Ramagundam 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 2
8 Siddipet 2 5 0 0 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Warangal 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 Adilabad 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 2 3 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
12 Jagityal 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
17 Mahabubbad 0 41 0 0 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0
19 Medak 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Nagarkurnool 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 Nalgonda 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
22 Nirmal 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Suryapet 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 Vikarabad 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 20 69 0 5 20 64 1 16 0 0 14 21

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 8.3

(ii) Other Crl. Br of


Sl. Burglary Theft (i) Auto Theft Riotings
UNITS Thefts Trust
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 14 16 72 35 11 23 61 12 0 0 0 0

2 Hyderabad 7 17 52 69 22 24 30 45 0 0 0 0

3 Karimnagar 3 9 6 11 0 0 6 11 0 0 0 0

4 Khammam 20 14 20 5 4 0 16 5 1 2 0 0

5 Nizamabad 10 11 24 22 8 6 16 16 0 1 0 0

6 Rachakonda 30 13 79 38 24 20 55 18 0 0 0 0

7 Ramagundam 4 9 8 1 0 0 8 1 2 0 0 0

8 Siddipet 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1

9 Warangal 9 3 12 12 2 4 10 8 0 0 0 0

10 Adilabad 3 10 2 4 0 3 2 1 0 0 0 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 14 10 33 35 5 0 28 35 1 0 0 0

12 Jagityal 6 5 0 16 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 3 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 3 13 3 7 0 3 3 4 0 0 0 0

17 Mahabubbad 5 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 3 5 4 2 0 1 4 1 0 0 0 0

19 Medak 0 0 8 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0

20 Nagarkurnool 1 4 4 6 0 1 4 5 0 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 9 7 7 2 0 0 7 2 0 0 0 0

22 Nirmal 1 3 7 9 0 0 7 9 0 1 0 0

23 Rajanna Siricilla 2 0 3 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

24 Sanga Reddy 6 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

25 Suryapet 4 0 3 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

26 Vikarabad 0 2 5 2 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 0

27 Wanaparthy 1 3 0 4 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 1 20 0 0 1 20 0 0 0 0

29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 165 160 362 303 78 86 284 217 6 4 0 1

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 8.4

Dowry
Cheating Counterfeit Arson Hurt Molestation
Sl. Deaths
UNITS
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0

2 Hyderabad 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 1 2

3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 Khammam 1 0 0 0 0 0 10 3 0 0 7 8

5 Nizamabad 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 3

6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 Ramagundam 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 5 0

8 Siddipet 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

9 Warangal 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 0 0 3

10 Adilabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 1 0 3 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 5 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 11 12

12 Jagityal 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 7

17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0

18 Mahabubnagar 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0 0 0

19 Medak 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 2

22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

26 Vikarabad 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 7 16 0 0 0 0 56 16 2 0 58 38

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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TABLE - 8.5

Sexual Cruelty by Causing Total


Importation Other IPC
harass(Eve- Husband & Death by congnizable
Sl. of Girls crimes
UNITS teasing) Relative Negligence IPC crimes
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 5 0 5 0 0 0 0 1 52 13 165 91

2 Hyderabad 1 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 12 11 92 120

3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 23 26

4 Khammam 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 47 19 110 65

5 Nizamabad 4 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 9 9 73 54

6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 19 170 78

7 Ramagundam 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 8 0 41 19

8 Siddipet 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 10 31 25

9 Warangal 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 15 9 45 35

10 Adilabad 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 35 23

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 36 50 118 132

12 Jagityal 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 6 0 25 26

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 10 17 13

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 7 3

15 Kamareddy 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 14 15

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 5 31 17 62

17 Mahabubbad 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 12 2 34 47

18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 21 17

19 Medak 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 16 9 31 19

20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 14 16

21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 3 6 38 19

22 Nirmal 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 20 17

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 15 1

24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 6 34 15

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 5 13 8

26 Vikarabad 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 11 14

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 8 8

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 23

29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 16 4 9 1 0 0 23 14 363 219 1226 991

*The percentage variation is in comparison with the previous year as the base.

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CHAPTER–9

CRIME AGAINST SC/ST

9.1 Snapshots

• There is an increase (17.33%) in the offences against SC/ST in T.S. in 2016 (1618)
when compared to 2015 (1379).
• The total cases under different Acts to prevent atrocities against SC/ST were
highest in Rachakonda (195) followed by Cyberabad (144) and Hyderabad (137).
• Sanga Reddy district registered highest number of SC/ST Murders (6) followed by
Nizmabad (5) and Ramagundam (4).
• Under the head Rape against SC/ST Rachakonda topped with (31) cases followed
by Cyberabad (21) and Sanga Reddy (16).

9.2 The framers of the constitution took note of the fact that certain communities in the
country were suffering from extreme social, educational and economic backwardness
arising out of age-old practices of untouchability and certain others on account of the
primitive agricultural practices, lack of infrastructure facilities and geographical
isolation, and who need special consideration for safe guarding their interests and for
their accelerated social-economic development. These communities were notified as
Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes as per the provisions contained in clause 1 of
Article 341 and 342 of the constitution respectively.

9.3 The 1931 Census, for the first time systematically categorized certain castes as
‘depressed classes’. Thereafter, the Government of India Act, 1935, for the first time,
provided for notification of socially disadvantaged castes as ‘Scheduled Castes’, and a
list of such castes was accordingly notified in the Government of India (Scheduled
Castes) Order, 1936. The elections to provincial assemblies in British administered
areas held in 1937 under the above Act, provided seats reserved exclusively for
Scheduled Caste candidates.

9.4 The Constitution of India, which came into effect on 26.1.1950, inter-alia, abolished
“untouchability” and provided several special safeguards for the Scheduled Castes, so
as to ensure that they are able to attain equality with the other social groups in the
shortest possible time. These safeguards enabled reservation in elections to the Lok

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Sabha and State Legislative Assemblies, and reservation in Government jobs.
Important provisions of the Constitution pertaining to the Scheduled Castes.

9.5 The Constitutional provisions for protection and development of the SCs Social
Safeguards:

➢ Article 17, 23 24 and 25(2) (b) of the constitution enjoins the state to provide
social safeguards to Scheduled castes. Article 17 relates to abolition of
untouchability being practiced in society. The Parliamentary enacted the protection
of Civil Rights Act, 1955 and the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes
(prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 to tackle the problem of untouchability, which is
being practiced against Scheduled Castes.
➢ Article 23 prohibits traffic in human beings and ‘begar’ and other similar forms of
forced labour and provides that any contravention of this provision shall be an
offence punishable in accordance with law. Although there is no specific mentions
about the SCs special significance for them. The Indian Parliament enacted
Bounded Labour system (Abolition) Act, 1976 for identification, liberation and
rehabilitation of banded labourers.
➢ Article 24 provides that no children below the age of 14 years shall be employed to
work in any factory or mine or engaged in any other hazardous employment. Even
in this article, there is no specific mention about the SCs but substantial portion of
child labour engaged in hazardous employment belong to SCs.
➢ Article 25(2) (b) provides that Hindu religious institutions of a public character shall
be opened to all classes and sections of Hindus. The term Hindu includes persons
professing Sikh, Jain and Buddhist religion.
➢ Article 38 provides that the state shall strive to promote the welfare of the people
by securing and protecting as effectively as it may a social order in which justice,
social, economic and political, shall prevail in all the institutions of national life.
➢ Article 46 contains a very significant directive to the state. It says that the state
shall promote with special care the educational and economic interest of the
weaker sections of the people and in particular, of the Scheduled Castes and
Scheduled Tribes, and shall protect them from social justice and all forms of
exploitation. It is clear from these constitutional mandates that our constitution
makers have given an emphasis on eradication of all forms of social evils and
historical injustice with declared intent of bringing these neglected and
discriminated sections steps for setting up of special courts. The National

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Commission for SCs and STs recommends that all the states/UTs where the cases
relating to the offences under the PCR Act are still pending for trail must set up
special courts without further delay.

9.6 Institutional Mechanisms existing which are responsible for ensuring effective
implementation of PCR Act and Rules, SC/ST Act and Rules.

1) Parliamentary committee on welfare of SCs/STs


The committee visits the states and reviews, among other things the implementation
on the provisions of PCR Act and Rules and SC/ST (POA) Act and Rules with the
Police and Home Department and Social Welfare Department.

2) Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment


The Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment is the nodal Ministry to oversee the
development and empowerment of the Scheduled Castes. Though the primary
responsibility for this rests with various Central Ministries and State
Governments/Union Territory Administrations, the Ministry of SJ&E has been
assigned nodal responsibility in this regard, and also complements their efforts by
way of interventions like scholarships, hostels, concessional loans, etc. The Ministry
also monitors the efforts made by State Governments/ U.T. Administrations and
Central Ministries in development and empowerment of the Scheduled Castes.

3) National Commission for SCs, New Delhi


The commission has constituted as per the provisions of the article 338 of the
constitution.

4) National Commission for STs, New Delhi


Created as per the article 338(A) of constitution with effect from 01.12.2004.
The national commission is a national level advisory body to advise the government
on broad policy issues and levels of development of Scheduled Castes and
Scheduled Tribes. The commission receives petitions from persons belongs to SC
and STs and conduct enquiries in the matters pertains to safe guards and specific
complaints with respect to deprivation of rights.
❖ Clause (8) - The Commission shall, while investigating any matter referred to in sub-
clause (a) or inquiring into any complaint referred to in sub-clause (b) of clause (5),

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have all the powers of a civil court trying a suit and in particular in respect of the
following matters, namely:-

a. Summoning and enforcing the attendance of any person from any part of India and
examining him on oath;
b. Requiring the discovery and production of any documents;
c. Receiving evidence on affidavits;
d. Requisitioning any public record or copy thereof from any court or office;
e. Issuing commissions for the examination of witnesses and documents;
f. Any other matter which the President may by rule, determine;

❖ Clause (9) - The Union and every State Government shall consult the Commission
on all major policy matters affecting Scheduled Castes.

5) State commission for SC/ST, Hyderabad.


The commission receives complaints regarding negligence by police and improper
investigation by the police and calls for the detailed enquiry reports from the PCR
Cell, CID, Hyderabad. The PCR Cell in-turn calls for reports from the Unit officers
and in important cases the CID itself conducts enquiry and submits reports to the
state commission.

6) State level Vigilance and Monitoring Committee


This committee is constituted under Rules 16 of SC/ST (POA) Act, 1995.

❖ The State Government shall constitute high power vigilance and monitoring
committee of not more than 25 members consisting of the following:
a. Chief Minister / Administrator -Chairman (in case of a State under President’s Rule
Governor -Chairman).
b. Home Minister, Finance Minister and Welfare Minister -Members (in case of a State
under the President’s Rule Advisors -Members).
c. All elected Members of Parliament and Sate Legislative Assembly and Legislative
Council from the State belonging to the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes -
Members.
d. Chief Secretary, the Home Secretary, the Director General of Police,
Director/Deputy Director National Commission for Scheduled Castes and the
Scheduled Tribes -Members.

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e. The Secretary in-charge of the Welfare and Development of the Scheduled castes
and the Schedules Tribes -Convener.

❖ The high power vigilance and monitoring committee shall meet at least twice in a
calendar year, in the month of January and July to review the implementation of the
provisions of the Act, relief and rehabilitation facilities provided to the victims and
other matter connected therewith, prosecution of cases under the act, role of different
officers/agencies responsible for implementing, the provisions of the Act and various
reports received by the State Government.

9.7 Constitution of district level vigilance and monitoring committee:

1) In each district within the State, the District Magistrate shall set up a vigilance and
monitoring committee in his district to review the implementation of the provisions of
the Act, relief and rehabilitation facilities provided to the victims and other matters
connected therewith, prosecution of cases under the Act, role of different
officers/agencies responsible for implementing the provisions of the Act and various
reports received by the District Administration.

2) The district level vigilance and monitoring committee shall consist of the elected
Members of the Parliament and State Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council,
Superintendent of Police; three group ‘A’ officers /Gazetted officers of the State
Government belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled tribes, not more
than non-official Members belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled
tribes and not more than 3 members from the categories other than the Scheduled
Castes and the Scheduled Tribes having association with Non-Government
Organisations. The District Magistrate and District Social Welfare Officer shall be
Chairman and Member Secretary respectively.

3) The district level committee shall meet at least once in three months.

❖ In several meetings conducted by these agencies, they have expressed serious


concerns on the following matters.

a. Lack of sensitivity on part of Police in dealing with the atrocity cases of SC/STs Non-
registration of SC/ST cases at the Police Stations
b. Negligence of investigation of cases under SC/ST (POA) Act by Police Officers

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c. Un due delays in completing investigation by the Police
d. Un due delays in disposal of cases in the Courts
e. Large number of acquittals of SC/ST Atrocity cases in the Court.
f. Lack of training on the Acts and Rules and Govt. G.Os, Circulars pertaining to the
implementation of these acts for the police personnel of all ranks
g. Lack of awareness for the General Public and also SCs.
h. Poor performance of P.Ps and APPs in the prosecuting the cases in the Courts.
i. Non-payment of TA, DA, Maintenance allowance to the victims and witnesses who
attend investigations at Police Stations and IOs and Courts failure to take preventive
measures and precautionary measures in Preventions of Atrocities against SC/STs.
j. Not following the guidelines and recommendations of Dr. Justice Punnaiah
Commission and also instructions issued by Govt. and also DGP prevention of
atrocities, registration, investigation and prosecution of cases.

9.8 Need for improving the performance of police in implementation of these Acts.

➢ There is a need for proper sensitization for police personnel at all levels on the
constitutional provisions and provisions of SC/ST (POA) Act and Rules and to ensure
that they respond properly when the victims come to the Police Stations with
complaints of practice of untouchability against them and atrocities.

➢ The SC/ST (POA) Act stipulates that the cases have to be investigated by SDPO and
investigation should be completed in 30 days. It is appalling to learn that cases
pertaining to 2001 onwards are still pending with police under investigation.

➢ While special courts have being constituted for trail of SC/ST (APOA) Act cases it is
sad to know that old cases pertaining to 1994 on wards are still pending trail for
various reasons.

➢ Still large no of complaints are received by the National Commissions for SC/STS
and State commission for SC/ST on allegations of (i) non registration of cases in the
Police Stations (ii) partisan attitude on the part of the police personnel by colluding
with the accused and threatening the compliant victims to compromise the matters
and also booking false counter cases against the victims to pressurize them for
compromise.

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➢ Section 4 of SC/ST (POA) Act provides for punishment with imprisonment to a public
servant who willfully neglects his duties required to be performed by him under this
Act.
➢ Hence there is a need for improving the performance of police personnel at all levels
in the effective implementations of PCR Act and Rules, 1955 and SC/ST (POA) Act,
1989.
9.9 Summary of Circulars & G.Os
Sl.
Circular reference Meant for Subject in brief
No.
1. CID- PCR Cell was created in 1976 vide G.O. Ms. No. 1018 Home (Pol-D) Dept. dated:
31.08.1976.

2. 4075/C19/CID/03 dt:5.3.2012 of All Cs.P & PCR Cell - Vigilance and Monitoring
ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P Committee Meeting - Scrutiny of
DCS/FRs/FIRs.
3. 5324/C19/CID/02 dt:27.7.05 of All Cs.P Sending proposals to issue appointment
ADGP, CID, Hyd. orders as I.Os in the cases registered in
SC/ST (POA) Act, 1980.
4. 5324/C19/CID/02 dt:27.7.05 of All Cs.P Appointment of Investigating Offices of
ADGP, CID, Hyd. SCs/STs cases - Ss.P to appoint the I.Os
i.e., DSsP.
5. 5324/C19/CID/05 dt:3.8.05 of All Ss.P Cs.P have been requested to send
ADGP, CID, Hyd. proposals to DGP to issue appointment
orders to ACsP as I.Os for cases
registered in SCs/STs(POA) Act
6. 5324/C23/19/CID/02- 05 dt: All Unit Officers have been requested to
18.10.05 of ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P/Ss.RP, instruct the IOs to complete investigation
Cs.P & within 30 days in the cases regd. in
D.Ss.P in SCs/STs(POA) Act
CID
7. 361/2/C-19/CID/PCR/05 All Cs.P & Unit Officers have been requested to take
dt:12.12.05 of ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P necessary measures and for suitable
instructions to all IOs in their jurisdiction
on various important points.
8. 4075/C 19/CID/03 dt:26.4.06 of All Cs.P & PCR Cell - Guidelines to the IOs in the
ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P cases booked under SCs/STs(POA) Act
and PCR Act
9. 2752/C19/CID/03 dt:13.6.06 of All Cs.P PCR Cell - Investigation of cases by
DG&IGP, Hyd A.Cs.P within 30 days

10. 3454/C19/CID/PCR/06 All Cs.P & PCR Cell- Serious observations of High
dt:15.7.06 of DGP, Hyd Regional Court for inordinate delay in investigation-
Is.G.P Fixing up accountability on the IOs.

11. 3454/CI9/CID/06 All Cs.P, PCR Cell - early finalization of cases as


dt: 31.8.06 of DGP,Hyd Ss.P, Ss.RP stipulated vide Rule 7(2) of
& Regional SCs/STs(POA) Rule 1955
Is.G.P

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12. 4847 /C 19/CID/01 dt:7.11.06 of All Cs.P, PCR Cell - Report of Dr Justice
ADGP,CID, Hyd. Ss.P, Ss.RP K.Punnaiah, Common. of Enquiry for
& Regional eradication of untouchability etc- Further
Is.G.P orders for compliance
13. 3482/CI9/CID/PCR/06 dt: All Cs.P, PCR Cell - APLA - Committee on Welfare
8.11.06 of ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P, Ss.RP of SCs-Meeting-Instructions on important
& Regional points
Is.G.P
14. 3489/CI9/CID/06 dt:29.11.06 of All Cs.P, PCR Cell - Instructions for the effective
ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P, Ss.RP implementation of SCs/STs(POA) Act
& Regional 1989 and Rules thereon
Is.G.P
15. 4075/CI9/CID/03 dt:11.1.07 of All Cs.P, PCR Cell- Guidelines to the IOs in the
ADGP, CID, Hyd. Ss.P, Ss.RP cases booked under POA Act 1989 &
& Regional PCR Act 1955
Is.G.P

9.10 Address and Phone Numbers of National & State Commissions


• National Commission for Scheduled Castes:
Floor IV, Lok Nayak, Bhavan, Khan Market, New Delhi-110003.
Phone: 011-24620308 Fax: 011-24694743.
• State Office
Telangana, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh : 103, Tejaswi Apartment,
Dwarakapuri colony, Panjagutta, Hyderabad-500 082.
Telephone : (040) 23354907, (040)23350237, Fax: 040-23354907.

• National Commission for Scheduled Tribes:


6th Floor, “B” Wing, Lok Nayak Bhawan, Khan Market, New Delhi- 110003.
Phone: 011-24657271, 011-24615012, 011-2464714, Fax: 011-24604689, 011-
24624191.
• Telangana State Commission for Scheduled Caste & Scheduled Tribes:
M-6, Block, Housing Board Complex, M.J. Road, Hyderabad.
Phone: 040-24737063, 040-24737079, Fax: 040-24737067.

9.11 G.Os Pertaining to Police & Revenue Duties W.R.T SC/ST Offences

➢ To ensure joint visits of villages by SIs along with MRO and MDO on the
recommendations of One Man Commission as per G.O. Ms. No. 105 Social Welfare
(POA) Department dt: 31.10.2001.
➢ To conduct awareness campaign in the atrocity- prone villages.

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➢ Prompt action in providing the relief measures to the victims of SCs/STs or their
dependents in accordance with relief prescribed in G.O.Ms. No. 3, Social Welfare
(P1) Department, Hyderabad dt: 16.1.1996.
➢ To ensure early finalization of false caste certificate cases by District Level Scrutiny
Committee.
➢ To conduct District Level Monitoring Committee meetings atleast once in three
months as per Rule 17(3) of SCs/STs (POA) Act, 1989.
➢ To celebrate the 30th of every month (28th February) in one village in each Mandal
as ‘Civil Rights Day” as per G.O.Ms. No. 128 SW (POA-1) Department, dt:
21.12.2001.
➢ To organize “Sanghika Samkshema Sadasulu” at Assembly constituency Level once
in a year as per G.O. Ms. No. 88 Social Welfare (Coorn.i) Department dt: 16.11.2012.
9.12 List of SC/ST Special Courts in Telangana:
The Government have also constituted and established the following (10) Special
Sessions Courts to conduct trial of cases of atrocities on SCs/STs
1. G.O.Ms. No. 10 Social Welfare (Home) Dept. dtd: 7.2.1996.
1) Secunderabad
2. G.O.Ms. No. 25 Social Welfare (POA)-1) Dept. dtd: 29.3.2003.
1) Mahaboobnagar and 2) Medak at Sanga Reddy
3. G.O.Ms. No. 37 Social Welfare (PCR) Dept. dtd: 29.4.05
1) Karimangar and 2) Nizamabad
4. G.O.Ms. No. 39 Social Welfare (PCR) Dept. dtd: 1.6.2012
1) Khammam, 2) Warangal and 3) Nalgonda.
5. G.O.Ms. No. 52 Finance (SMPC) Dept. dtd: 20.02.2013
1) Ranga Reddy and 2) Adilabad.

9.13 Mobile Courts


The Government have also sanctioned Mobile Courts, to deal with the cases
registered under the provisions of PCR Act, 1955 and they are functioning in all districts
except Hyderabad District. Each Mobile Court is headed by First Class Judicial
Magistrate.
-oOo-

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TABLE - 9.1

District wise Offences Against SCs/STs for 2015 and 2016, variation in 2016
over 2015

Murder Rape

SL. %
UNITS % Variation
NO. Variation in
2015 2016 in 2016 2015 2016
2016 over
over 2015
2015

1 Cyberabad 2 0 -100.0% 15 21 40.0%


2 Hyderabad 0 2 0.0% 7 15 114.3%
3 Karimnagar 0 1 0.0% 8 7 -12.5%
4 Khammam 1 0 0.0% 8 3 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 3 5 0.0% 3 5 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 3 2 -33.3% 10 31 210.0%
7 Ramagundam 1 4 300.0% 5 3 -40.0%
8 Siddipet 1 1 0.0% 5 4 -20.0%
9 Warangal 0 1 0.0% 6 7 16.7%
10 Adilabad 1 0 0.0% 4 4 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 3 1 -66.7% 12 13 8.3%
12 Jagityal 0 1 0.0% 3 5 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 1 1 0.0% 0 2 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 1 0.0% 5 3 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 3 0 -100.0% 1 0 -100.0%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 0 0.0% 3 4 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0.0% 3 4 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 2 3 0.0% 8 10 0.0%
19 Medak 1 2 0.0% 1 4 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 1 2 0.0% 4 1 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 1 2 100.0% 15 12 -20.0%
22 Nirmal 0 1 0.0% 2 3 50.0%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0.0% 1 1 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 1 6 0.0% 5 16 0.0%
25 Suryapet 2 1 0.0% 7 9 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 0 1 0.0% 2 9 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 0 1 0.0% 4 4 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
29 CID 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
28 39 39.3% 147 200 36.1%

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TABLE - 9.2

Hurt Arson

SL. % Variation % Variation


UNITS
NO. 2015 2016 in 2016 2015 2016 in 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 9 17 88.9% 0 0 0.0%


2 Hyderabad 1 9 800.0% 0 0 0.0%
3 Karimnagar 5 5 0.0% 1 0 -100.0%
4 Khammam 6 5 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 1 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 8 15 87.5% 0 0 0.0%
7 Ramagundam 3 11 266.7% 1 1 0.0%
8 Siddipet 0 1 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
9 Warangal 10 5 -50.0% 0 0 0.0%
10 Adilabad 4 2 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 2 7 250.0% 0 0 0.0%
12 Jagityal 2 1 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 7 11 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 14 11 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 2 1 -50.0% 0 0 0.0%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 2 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 4 5 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 13 13 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
19 Medak 1 9 0.0% 0 1 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 11 6 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 13 15 15.4% 1 0 -100.0%
22 Nirmal 0 4 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 3 1 0.0% 1 0 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 5 7 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
25 Suryapet 12 10 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 5 8 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 13 4 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
29 CID 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
155 185 19.4% 4 2 -50.0%

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TABLE - 9.3
Other IPC SC/ST Act

S No UNITS % Variation % Variation


2015 2016 in 2016 2015 2016 in 2016
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 24 53 120.8% 22 53 140.9%


2 Hyderabad 27 27 0.0% 83 84 1.2%
3 Karimnagar 53 60 13.2% 19 8 -57.9%
4 Khammam 56 49 0.0% 5 4 0.0%
5 Nizamabad 11 19 0.0% 1 3 0.0%
6 Rachakonda 45 84 86.7% 46 63 37.0%
7 Ramagundam 27 12 -55.6% 15 26 73.3%
8 Siddipet 15 28 86.7% 3 7 133.3%
9 Warangal 39 59 51.3% 16 7 -56.3%
10 Adilabad 19 19 0.0% 1 2 0.0%
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 48 44 -8.3% 2 3 50.0%
12 Jagityal 22 21 0.0% 3 5 0.0%
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 11 19 0.0% 3 5 0.0%
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 25 23 0.0% 1 1 0.0%
15 Kamareddy 10 12 20.0% 0 1 0.0%
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 16 19 0.0% 1 2 0.0%
17 Mahabubbad 4 6 0.0% 5 1 0.0%
18 Mahabubnagar 43 32 0.0% 9 6 0.0%
19 Medak 10 9 0.0% 6 3 0.0%
20 Nagarkurnool 36 10 0.0% 8 11 0.0%
21 Nalgonda 62 76 22.6% 12 17 41.7%
22 Nirmal 17 11 -35.3% 2 1 -50.0%
23 Rajanna Siricilla 14 9 0.0% 6 2 0.0%
24 Sanga Reddy 15 41 0.0% 5 8 0.0%
25 Suryapet 57 52 0.0% 11 20 0.0%
26 Vikarabad 12 31 0.0% 4 8 0.0%
27 Wanaparthy 29 15 0.0% 7 1 0.0%
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0% 1 0 0.0%
29 CID 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0%
747 840 12.4% 297 352 18.5%

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TABLE -9.4

P.C.R. Act Total cases of SCs/STs


SL.
UNITS % Variation % Variation
NO.
2015 2016 in 2016 2015 2016 in 2016 RANK
over 2015 over 2015

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0.0% 72 144 100.0% 2


2 Hyderabad 0 0 0.0% 118 137 16.1% 3
3 Karimnagar 0 0 0.0% 86 81 -5.8% 6
4 Khammam 0 0 0.0% 76 61 0.0% 11
5 Nizamabad 0 0 0.0% 19 32 0.0% 18
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0.0% 112 195 74.1% 1
7 Ramagundam 0 0 0.0% 52 57 9.6% 12
8 Siddipet 0 0 0.0% 24 41 70.8% 14
9 Warangal 0 0 0.0% 71 79 11.3% 7
10 Adilabad 0 0 0.0% 29 27 0.0% 21
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0.0% 67 68 1.5% 9
12 Jagityal 0 0 0.0% 30 33 0.0% 17
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0.0% 22 38 0.0% 16
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0.0% 45 39 0.0% 15
15 Kamareddy 0 0 0.0% 16 14 -12.5% 26
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0.0% 22 27 0.0% 21
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0.0% 16 16 0.0% 25
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0.0% 75 64 0.0% 10
19 Medak 0 0 0.0% 19 28 0.0% 20
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0.0% 60 30 0.0% 19
21 Nalgonda 0 0 0.0% 104 122 17.3% 4
22 Nirmal 0 0 0.0% 21 20 -4.8% 24
23 Rajanna Siricilla 1 0 0.0% 26 13 0.0% 27
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0.0% 31 78 0.0% 8
25 Suryapet 0 0 0.0% 89 92 0.0% 5
26 Vikarabad 0 0 0.0% 23 57 0.0% 12
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0.0% 53 25 0.0% 23
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0.0% 1 0 0.0% 28
29 CID 0 0 0.0% 0 0 0.0% 28
TOTAL : 1 0 -100.0% 1379 1618 17.3%

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C H A P T E R – 10

EXTREMIST OFFENCES

The overall extremist activity has decreased in the State. However the most
active extremist groups in Telangana State are the CPI (Maoist) and Janashakti. The
others are Praja Prathighatana and Praja Pandha whose violent profile has reduced.

10.1 10 cases of extremist offences were registered in the State during the year 2016 as
against 13 cases registered in 2015.

10.2 Nil extremist Murders were registered in 2016 as against 2 cases in 2015.

10.3 During the year 2016, 2 cases of arson and 6 other offences were registered as
against 1 case of arson and 10 other offences in 2015. (Table 10.1 and 10.2).

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Table-10.1

EXTREMIST OFFENCES

Murders Riotings Arson


Sl.NO UNITS
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Hyderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Khammam 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Nizamabad 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Ramagundam 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 Siddipet 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Warangal 0 0 0 0 0 0
10 Adilabad 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1 0 0 0 0 0
12 Jagityal 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 1 1
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 0 0 0 0 1
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 Medak 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0
22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 Vikarabad 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0
29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 2 0 0 0 1 2

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Table-10.2

EXTREMIST OFFENCES

Blasting Famine Raids Other Offences Total


Sl.NO UNITS
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Hyderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
4 Khammam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Nizamabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Ramagundam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
8 Siddipet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Warangal 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1
10 Adilabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 1 0 0 5 2 6 3
12 Jagityal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 5
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 Medak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 Vikarabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
29 CID 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 0 2 0 0 10 6 13 10

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C H A P T E R – 11
GRAVE CRIMES

11.1 The image of the Police depends to a large extent on the detection and conviction of
the grave crimes. In order to achieve excellent results in investigation and detection
of grave crimes, the I.O. must focus on collection of scientific evidence and
substantiate the links between the offenders, the victims and the scene of offence.

11.2 As per 52 (6) of APPM, the following heads comes under grave crimes.

1. Dacoity
2. High way / House / Train Robbery
3. Robbery over Rs. 5000/-
4. Murder.
5. All terrorist offences and those affecting security.
6. Culpable Homicide not amounting to murder.
7. Rape
8. House breaking and theft over Rs. 1,00,000/-
9. Any disturbance, riot or affray of a specially grave nature.
10. Theft over Rs. 3,00,000/-
11. Cases of counterfeit coins and currency notes.
12. Organized crime of any description including kidnapping/ abduction for ransom.
13. Cases of manufacture or use of bombs or explosives or arms and ammunition whether
political or not.
14. Assault on Police Officers, magistrates or Judicial Officers.
15. Offences under sections 400 & 401 of the Indian Penal Code.
16. Conspiracy cases.
17. Serious road accidents.
18. Professional poisoning and drug trafficking, death or injury by noxious gases, serious
cases are arising due to food poisoning or consumption of adulterated liquor or
spurious drugs.
19. Offences resulting in grievous hurt and serious mischief or arson committed on
members of SCs & STs on caste consideration.
20. Attempted suicide or death in suspicious circumstances by young married women
during the first 7 years of their marriage, trafficking in women and children.
21. Cases of misappropriation involving property of value of Rs.10 Lakhs or more of
Government Department or undertakings or financial institutions – banking or non-
banking.
22. Major organized financial crimes affecting public and involving public money of over
Rs.5 lakhs.
23. They shall investigate important cases of lesser gravity, which may occur near their
halting places.

11.3 Grave Crime investigation is one of the primary duties of the Sub-Divisional Police
Officer (SDPO). The SDPO shall send Grave Crime Report (GCR) within 7 days of
occurrence of grave crime to the superior officers i.e. S.P, DIG (Range), IGP
(Region).

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TABLE - 11.1

District wise Grave Crime for 2015 and 2016

All terrorist
High way / Culpable
Robbery offences and
House / Homicide not
Dacoity over Rs. Murder those
Sl. Train amounting to
UNITS 5000/- affecting
No Robbery murder.
security.

2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 11 12 0 0 52 130 106 109 0 0 6 14

2 Hyderabad 9 19 0 0 95 149 100 78 0 1 6 17

3 Karimnagar 0 6 3 10 3 7 17 13 0 0 5 3

4 Khammam 1 3 14 7 0 0 42 24 0 0 3 0

5 Nizamabad 2 0 0 0 6 6 56 39 0 0 9 6

6 Rachakonda 1 8 0 0 32 55 96 88 0 0 6 11

7 Ramagundam 1 0 1 2 1 6 39 38 0 0 4 14

8 Siddipet 0 0 0 2 8 1 17 17 0 0 3 9

9 Warangal 2 1 3 0 4 1 50 52 0 0 2 6

10 Adilabad 0 0 0 0 5 3 13 16 0 0 3 2

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 2 1 7 5 0 2 30 25 0 0 1 6

12 Jagityal 0 1 1 0 2 1 40 30 0 0 6 3

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 2 0 7 1 14 22 1 0 1 2

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 5 1 38 20 0 0 1 0

15 Kamareddy 2 0 0 0 5 0 29 22 0 0 3 3

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 2 0 0 4 0 14 15 0 0 4 5

17 Mahabubbad 0 1 3 0 8 1 15 19 0 1 3 2

18 Mahabubnagar 1 1 0 0 6 2 57 42 0 0 10 3

19 Medak 0 2 0 0 2 1 43 34 0 0 2 4

20 Nagarkurnool 0 1 0 0 4 0 38 24 0 0 11 2

21 Nalgonda 1 0 1 0 8 3 41 40 0 0 2 5

22 Nirmal 0 2 0 1 2 0 18 12 0 0 4 4

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 1 1 2 1 2 10 16 0 0 1 1

24 Sanga Reddy 3 1 0 0 9 5 34 60 0 0 8 7

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 2 0 28 42 0 1 3 3

26 Vikarabad 1 0 1 1 0 1 55 36 1 1 6 2

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 1 9 0 17 17 0 0 0 2

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 4 3 3 0 4 2 0 0 0 0

Total 37 62 41 34 283 378 1061 952 2 4 113 136

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TABLE - 11.2

Organized
Any Cases of crime of any
House
disturbance, Theft over counterfeit description
breaking and
Sl. Rape riot or affray Rs. coins and including
UNITS theft over
No of a specially 3,00,000/- currency kidnapping/
Rs.1,00,000/-
grave nature notes abduction
for ransom.

2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 94 124 105 51 0 0 62 25 4 5 1 3

2 Hyderabad 108 167 141 123 0 0 122 85 24 21 2 1

3 Karimnagar 38 37 7 0 0 0 4 7 1 1 0 0

4 Khammam 48 58 22 9 0 0 11 7 3 0 0 0

5 Nizamabad 24 24 8 4 0 0 6 4 0 0 0 1

6 Rachakonda 89 164 49 77 0 0 69 36 2 6 1 1

7 Ramagundam 37 33 6 22 0 1 3 7 1 2 0 1

8 Siddipet 42 30 18 21 0 0 11 4 1 0 0 0

9 Warangal 67 58 24 29 0 0 6 5 2 0 0 0

10 Adilabad 16 27 15 7 0 0 6 2 1 0 0 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 44 77 14 9 0 0 3 6 1 0 0 0

12 Jagityal 34 32 7 5 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 2

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 19 28 5 6 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 17 23 9 4 0 0 6 2 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 10 12 8 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 23 22 12 2 0 0 4 2 1 0 0 0

17 Mahabubbad 33 32 5 5 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 80 64 7 6 0 0 7 4 0 3 0 0

19 Medak 25 26 9 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 0 1

20 Nagarkurnool 40 23 4 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 44 41 28 23 0 0 20 14 0 1 0 0

22 Nirmal 10 15 10 12 0 0 3 2 0 1 0 0

23 Rajanna Siricilla 12 12 7 18 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

24 Sanga Reddy 41 36 13 9 0 0 10 3 0 2 0 0

25 Suryapet 54 46 27 11 0 0 17 3 0 2 0 0

26 Vikarabad 41 47 6 2 0 0 3 4 0 4 0 0

27 Wanaparthy 25 20 2 0 0 0 6 1 0 1 0 2

28 RP Secunderabad 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0
Total 1117 1278 568 459 0 1 395 232 42 52 5 12

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TABLE - 11.3
Professional
Cases of poisoning and
manufacture drug trafficking,
Assault on Offences death or injury
or use of
Police under by noxious
bombs or
Officers, sections 400 Conspiracy Serious road gases, serious
Sl. explosives or
magistrates & 401 of the cases accidents. cases arising
UNITS arms and
No or Judicial Indian Penal due to food
ammunition poisoning or
Officers. Code.
whether consumption of
political or not. adulterated
liquor or
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 7 0 0

2 Hyderabad 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0

4 Khammam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0

5 Nizamabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6 0 0

6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 4 0 0

7 Ramagundam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0 0

8 Siddipet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 0

9 Warangal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0

10 Adilabad 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0

12 Jagityal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0

17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

19 Medak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 0 0

22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 1

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 5 0 0

26 Vikarabad 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 1 2 6 0 0

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 15 4

Total 1 0 2 3 0 1 6 8 41 74 15 6

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TABLE - 11.4

Cases of
Attempted suicide
Offences misappropriation
or death in
resulting in involving property Major organized They shall
suspicious
grevious hurt of value of Rs. 10 financial crimes investigate
circumstances by
and serious Lakhs or more of
young married affecting public important cases
mischief or Government
women during the and involving of lesser gravity,
Sl. arson committed Department or
UNITS first 7 years of public money of which may occur
No on members of undertakings or
their marriage, over Rs. 5 lakhs near their halting
SCs & STs on financial
trafficking in value. places.
caste institutions –
women and
consideration. banking or non-
children.
banking.

2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 0 0 31 29 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Hyderabad 0 2 25 18 0 72 0 3 0 0
3 Karimnagar 0 0 8 12 4 2 2 2 0 0
4 Khammam 0 0 10 4 2 3 2 6 0 0
5 Nizamabad 0 0 6 9 12 5 0 0 0 0
6 Rachakonda 0 2 26 26 0 3 1 0 0 0
7 Ramagundam 0 1 9 8 4 6 0 2 1 0
8 Siddipet 0 0 15 10 0 12 0 2 0 0
9 Warangal 0 0 12 27 1 2 0 0 0 0
10 Adilabad 0 0 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 6 9 1 1 2 0 0 0
12 Jagityal 0 0 5 6 3 3 1 0 0 0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 8 5 1 0 0 1 0 0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 0 4 9 2 0 0 0 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 5 4 0 2 2 0 0 0
17 Mahabubbad 0 1 2 5 0 0 0 1 0 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 9 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 Medak 0 0 9 4 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Nagarkurnool 0 1 8 0 2 1 0 0 0 0
21 Nalgonda 0 0 17 12 7 2 1 0 0 0
22 Nirmal 0 0 7 1 0 0 0 2 0 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 7 7 3 1 0 3 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 13 22 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Suryapet 0 0 4 3 8 3 0 3 0 0
26 Vikarabad 0 0 7 6 1 1 0 0 0 0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 0 7 259 254 51 120 11 25 1 0

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C H A P T E R – 12

SPECIAL & LOCAL LAWS

12.1 During this year a Total No. of 11283 cases were registered under Special and Local
Laws as against 16497 cases in the year 2015, showing a decrease of -31.6%.

12.2 Hyderabad City accounted for the highest number of cases (1553) followed by
Cyberabad (1325) and Rachakonda (1225).

• The district wise and Head Wise incidence of Cognizable Crime under Special
and Local Laws is given in Table No. 12.1 to 12.4.

12.1 Most common Special & Local Laws:

1. Gaming Act
2. Explosive Substances Act
3. Copy Right Act
4. Indian Arms Act
5. Excise & Prohibition Act
6. Indian Passport Act
7. Dowry Prohibition Act.
8. Protection of Civil Rights Act
9. SC & ST (POA) Act.
10. ITP Act
11. NDPS Act
12. Other SLL

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TABLE - 12.1

Incidence of Special & Local Laws for the years 2015 and 2016

Sl. Arms Act Gaming Act NDPS Act


UNITS
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 7 11 320 239 21 17

2 Hyderabad 38 31 189 210 27 77

3 Karimnagar 1 2 3 6 1 4

4 Khammam 1 1 24 43 3 6

5 Nizamabad 1 2 17 14 5 6

6 Rachakonda 8 6 323 236 11 9

7 Ramagundam 2 0 8 6 6 0

8 Siddipet 3 1 21 36 7 1

9 Warangal 2 0 10 33 8 12

10 Adilabad 2 0 4 5 6 7

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 2 5 38 39 8 7

12 Jagityal 0 1 7 3 2 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 4 1 5 25 8 10

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 1 56 8 1 3

15 Kamareddy 0 3 6 16 1 3

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 2 5 6 1 2

17 Mahabubbad 2 0 9 35 9 1

18 Mahabubnagar 5 3 22 9 1 1

19 Medak 0 0 11 44 10 10

20 Nagarkurnool 2 2 15 4 0 0

21 Nalgonda 9 8 10 13 6 9

22 Nirmal 0 0 7 6 1 3

23 Rajanna Siricilla 2 0 5 3 0 0

24 Sanga Reddy 3 1 21 24 27 15

25 Suryapet 11 6 17 15 7 7

26 Vikarabad 0 1 19 4 5 4

27 Wanaparthy 3 1 13 6 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 16 18
Total 109 89 1185 1088 198 232

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TABLE - 12.2

Explosive Substance Excise & Prohibition


Sl. ITP Act
UNITS Act Act
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 20 26 84 68 842 602

2 Hyderabad 15 16 65 64 346 152

3 Karimnagar 12 0 3 8 131 17

4 Khammam 7 3 0 8 232 32

5 Nizamabad 0 1 3 1 33 63

6 Rachakonda 14 14 91 73 950 596

7 Ramagundam 15 0 6 4 557 29

8 Siddipet 2 0 2 0 158 250

9 Warangal 15 6 2 4 1090 328

10 Adilabad 0 2 0 1 509 340

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 8 1 4 1 190 17

12 Jagityal 8 0 4 0 292 31

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 2 4 2 0 588 233

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 4 5 0 0 61 97

15 Kamareddy 1 0 0 1 52 91

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1 0 0 0 494 374

17 Mahabubbad 5 4 0 0 448 180

18 Mahabubnagar 3 2 0 0 44 127

19 Medak 1 0 0 0 154 101

20 Nagarkurnool 2 2 0 0 48 21

21 Nalgonda 3 13 10 2 1219 133

22 Nirmal 2 1 1 3 345 313

23 Rajanna Siricilla 11 0 0 0 132 39

24 Sanga Reddy 1 0 2 0 157 67

25 Suryapet 7 12 5 2 843 217

26 Vikarabad 2 1 3 1 42 298

27 Wanaparthy 4 2 0 0 32 170

28 RP Secunderabad 2 0 0 0 1 3

Total 167 115 287 241 9990 4921

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TABLE -12.3

Indian Passport Antiquity& Treasure


Sl. Copy Right Act
UNITS Act Trove Act
No
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 22 17 0 1 1 0

2 Hyderabad 29 42 12 10 3 4

3 Karimnagar 7 7 0 0 0 0

4 Khammam 4 8 0 0 0 0

5 Nizamabad 5 2 0 0 0 0

6 Rachakonda 30 14 0 0 1 0

7 Ramagundam 7 12 0 0 0 0

8 Siddipet 5 3 0 0 0 1

9 Warangal 15 3 0 0 0 0

10 Adilabad 3 3 0 0 0 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 7 1 0 0 0 0

12 Jagityal 2 2 0 0 0 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 4 4 0 0 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 2 4 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 4 4 0 0 0 1

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 4 2 0 0 0 0

17 Mahabubbad 3 7 0 0 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 8 6 0 0 0 0

19 Medak 1 3 0 0 0 0

20 Nagarkurnool 4 1 0 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 10 1 0 0 8 0

22 Nirmal 4 3 0 0 1 0

23 Rajanna Siricilla 3 0 0 0 0 0

24 Sanga Reddy 11 6 1 1 2 2

25 Suryapet 5 2 0 0 0 0

26 Vikarabad 6 2 0 0 1 0

27 Wanaparthy 3 4 0 0 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total 208 163 13 12 17 8

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TABLE - 12.4

Other SLL Cases TOTAL % Variation


Sl.
UNITS in 2016 over
No
2015
2015 2016 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 257 344 1574 1325 -15.8%

2 Hyderabad 1268 947 1992 1553 -22.0%

3 Karimnagar 40 131 198 175 -11.6%

4 Khammam 45 169 316 270 -14.6%

5 Nizamabad 11 9 75 98 30.7%

6 Rachakonda 373 277 1801 1225 -32.0%

7 Ramagundam 45 114 646 165 -74.5%

8 Siddipet 354 83 552 375 -32.1%

9 Warangal 491 138 1633 524 -67.9%

10 Adilabad 43 42 567 400 -29.5%

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 50 124 307 195 -36.5%

12 Jagityal 47 85 362 122 -66.3%

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 171 158 784 435 -44.5%

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 10 36 135 154 14.1%

15 Kamareddy 10 11 74 130 75.7%

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 25 10 530 396 -25.3%

17 Mahabubbad 25 196 501 423 -15.6%

18 Mahabubnagar 11 81 94 229 143.6%

19 Medak 156 244 333 402 20.7%

20 Nagarkurnool 14 59 85 89 4.7%

21 Nalgonda 131 215 1406 394 -72.0%

22 Nirmal 11 23 372 352 -5.4%

23 Rajanna Siricilla 87 98 240 140 -41.7%

24 Sanga Reddy 307 342 532 458 -13.9%

25 Suryapet 152 214 1047 475 -54.6%

26 Vikarabad 147 94 225 405 80.0%

27 Wanaparthy 26 50 81 233 187.7%

28 RP Secunderabad 16 120 35 141 302.9%


Total 4323 4414 16497 11283 -31.6%

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C H A P T E R –13
CYBER CRIME

Telangana State is pioneer in Cyber Crime investigation which is registering


highest number of cases in India. Telangana State has exclusive Police Stations to
deal with Cyber Crimes 1) Cyber Crime PS, CID, Hyderabad, 2) Cyber Crime PS,
Hyderabad City and 3) Cyber Crime PS, Cyberabad, however CID, Hyderabad has
taken up initiative to train all the district Police Officers in Cyber Crime investigation,
thereby all the districts are also registering cybercrimes keeping in view the victim’s
inconvenience if they are asked to go to specific cyber cells in Hyderabad for the
year 2016-2017. Telangana Police stood as finalists in the awards constituted by
DSCI as best Capacity Builders in Cyber Crime Investigation in the country along
with NPA & CBI Academy.

1. Cybercrimes are on the rise not only in urban but also in rural segments because
of availability of mobile phones and internet. Every family has bank account and
connected to ATM/Debit card which is widely being used.
2. Due to above, the cybercrimes such as fake lottery fraud as well as ATM and
debit card data stealing and Card cloning is increasing phenomenally.
3. To address this issue, people are given sufficient awareness programmes both in
the form of posters as well as training schedules by the bank that has access to
customers of their branch.
4. These trainings should not be one time programmes, but should continue
periodically. In this training schedules different bank authorities explain to their
customers DOs and DONT’s. of use of ATM / Debit Cards in local language,
such as:

“Do not answer calls by any unknown in the name of banks, as banks never call
the customer for taking card number, PIN number and other details which are to
be kept secret.
(As most fraudsters are taking information and using it for online transactions
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5. All the bank authorities should send SMS messages to their customers in the
form of alerts about cybercrimes, in particular Job frauds, Lottery frauds, ATM
frauds, in local languages.

689 cases were registered in 2015 as against 742 in 2014. Highest number of
cases reported from Hyderabad City (369) followed by Cyberabad (194) and
Karimnagar (31).

Cybercrime, computer crime, e-crime, hi-tech crime or electronic crime generally


refers to criminal activity where in a computer is a tool or a target, or both. Thus
the term cybercrime is used to include criminal activity in which the computer or
Internet is a necessary part of the crime. These terms are also sometimes used
to include traditional crimes, such as fraud, theft, blackmail, forgery, and
embezzlement in which computers or networks are used to facilitate the illicit
activity.

Computer as a tool: When the individual or the computer user is the main
target of Cybercrime, the computer can be considered as the tool rather than the
target. These crimes generally involve less technical expertise as the damage
done manifests itself in the real world. Human weaknesses are generally
exploited. The damage dealt is largely psychological and intangible, making legal
action against the variants more difficult. These are the crimes which have
existed for centuries in the offline. Scams, theft, and the likes have existed even
before the development in high-tech equipment. The same criminal has simply
been given a tool which increases his potential pool of victims and makes him all
the harder to trace and apprehend.

Computer as a target: In these cyber offences the computer is itself the target.
These crimes are committed by a selected group of criminals. Unlike crimes
using the computer as a tool, these crimes requires the technical knowledge of
the perpetrators. These crimes are relatively new, having been in existence for
only as long as computers have - which explain show unprepared society and

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the world in general are towards combating these crimes. There are numerous
crimes of this nature committed daily on the internet.

Cybercrimes can be basically divided into 2 major categories:

Cyber Crimes against persons include a. Cyber Pornography / obscenity


and b. Cyber stalking
a. Cyber Pornography: Cyber Pornography is publishing/ transmitting/
distributing of textual or pictorial information, which is obscene, lascivious
in nature in electronic form. This can be by hosting a profile on a website,
giving an e-mail, through chat, SMS, MMS etc. Pornography or porn is the
explicit depiction of sexual subject matter with the sole intention of sexually
exciting the viewer. It is to a certain extent similar to erotica, which is the
use of sexually arousing imagery.

b. Cyber stalking: Although there is no universally accepted definition of


cyber stalking, the term generally is defined as the use of information and
communications technology, particularly the Internet, by an individual or
group of individuals, to harass another individual, group of individuals, or
organization. The behavior includes false accusations, monitoring, the
transmission of threats, identity theft, damage to data or equipment, the
solicitation of minors for sexual purposes, and gathering information for
harassment purposes. The harassment must be such that a reasonable
person, in possession of the same information, would regard it as sufficient
to cause another reasonable person distress. Further it involves harassing
or threatening behavior that an individual engages in repeatedly, such as
following a person, appearing at a person's home or highest of business,
making harassing phone calls, leaving written messages or objects, or
vandalizing a person's property.

Cyber Crimes against technology include A. Hacking, B. Denial of Service


Attack C. Virus and worm attacks etc.
a. Computer Hacking: Computer Hacking is the practice of modifying
computer hardware and software to accomplish a goal outside of the
creator’s original purpose.

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b. Denial of Service Attack: denial-of-service attack (DoS attack) or
distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoSattack) is an attempt to make a
computer resource unavailable to its intended users. Although the means
to carry out, motives for, and targets of a DoS attack may vary, it generally
consists of the concerted, malevolent efforts of a person or persons to
prevent an Internet site or service from functioning efficiently or at all,
temporarily or indefinitely. Perpetrators of DoS attacks typically target sites
or services hosted on high-profile web servers such as banks, credit card
payment gateways, and even DNS root servers.

c. Computer Virus and worm Attacks: A computer worm is a self-


replicating computer program. It uses a network to send copies of itself to
other nodes (computer terminals on the network) and it may do so without
any user intervention. Unlike a virus, it does not need to attach itself to an
existing program. Worms almost always cause harm to the network, if only
by consuming bandwidth, whereas viruses almost always corrupt or
modify files on a targeted computer

Cyber Crimes against property include A. Piracy, B. Phishing C. Nigerian


Frauds
a. Computer Piracy: Any infringement of IPR (copyrights, trademark, patent,
trade secret) is piracy. It refers to practices done without the permission of
the right holder. Computer piracy is basically the unauthorized duplication
and distribution of the copyrighted computer software, which is also known
as "warez" and the pirates who are the people who collect and play with
the copied material. In the article the issues of piracy are viewed through
topics like sharing, business, and the legal technically. Thus computer
piracy include; Software Piracy, media piracy. Software piracy is the
unauthorized duplication, distribution or use of computer software-- for
example, making more copies of software than the license allows, or
installing software licensed for one computer onto multiple computers or a
server. Copying software is an act of copyright infringement, and is subject
to civil and criminal penalties. It's illegal whether you use the copied

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software yourself, give it away, or sell it. Downloading movies and songs
from the Internet. Indulging in deep linking.

b. Phishing: Phishing is the criminally fraudulent process of attempting to


acquire sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit
card details, by masquerading as a trustworthy entity. This is done by
using spoof e-mails and directing people to fake websites to fool them into
divulging personal / financial details so criminals can access their
accounts.

c. Nigerian Fraud: This fraud is a worldwide Scam running since the early
1980's under Successive Governments of Nigeria involving Billions US$. It
is also referred to as "Advance Fee Fraud","419 Fraud" (Four-One-Nine)
after the relevant section of the Criminal Code of Nigeria.

The Scam operates as follows: The target receives an unsolicited fax,


email, or letter often concerning Nigeria or another African nation containing either a
money laundering or other illegal proposal OR you may receive a Legal and
Legitimate business proposal by normal means. Common variations on the Scam
include "over invoiced" or "double invoiced" oil or other supply and service contracts
where your Bad Guys want to get the overage out of Nigeria; crude oil and other
commodity deals; a "bequest" left you in a will; "money cleaning" where your Bad
Guy has a lot of currency that needs to be "chemically cleaned" before it can be used
and he needs the cost of the chemicals; "spoof banks" where there is supposedly
money in your name already on deposit; "paying" for a purchase with a check larger
than the amount required and asking for change to be advanced; fake lottery 419;
and ordering items and commodities off "trading" sites on the web and then cheating
the seller. The variations of Advance Fee Fraud (419) are very creative and virtually
endless.

At some point, the victim is asked to pay up front an Advance Fee of some
sort, be it an "Advance Fee", "Transfer Tax", "Performance Bond", “Insurance Fee”
or to extend credit, grant COD privileges, send back "change" on an overage
cashier's check or money order, etc. If the victim pays the Fee, there are often many
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quits, runs out of money, or both. If the victim extends credit on a given transaction
etc. he may also pay such fees ("nerfund" etc.), and also stiffed for the Goods or
Service with NO Effective Recourse. The Nigerian Scam is, according to published
reports, the Third to Fifth largest industry in Nigeria. Victims have little recourse in
this matter, because the elites from which successive Governments of Nigeria have
been drawn are the Scammers - therefore, victims have little recourse in this matter.
Monies stolen by 419 operations are almost Never Recovered from Nigeria. Most
419 letters and emails originate from are traceable back to Nigeria. However, some
originate from other nations, mostly also West African nations such as Ghana, Togo,
Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast (Cote D’Ivoire) etc. In most cases 419 emails from
other nations are also Nigerian in that the "Home Office" of the fraudullers involved is
Nigeria regardless of the source of the contact materials. But there are occasionally
some "local" copycats trying to emulate the success of the Nigerians. These folks
tend not to last too long actually operating out of nations other than Nigeria, but they
do try.

Information Technology Act 2000 (as amended by Information Technology


(Amendment) Act 2008)
The Information Technology Act 2000 (ITA-2000) is an Act of the Indian
Parliament (No 21 of 2000) notified on October 17, 2000. It has been enacted with
an aim to provide legal recognition for transactions carried out by means of
electronic data interchange and other means of electronic communication, commonly
referred to as "electronic commerce", which involve the use of alternatives to paper
based methods of communication and storage of information, to facilitate electronic
filing of documents with the Government agencies and further to amend the Indian
Penal Code, the Indian Evidence Act, 1872, the Bankers' Books Evidence Act, 1891
and the Reserve Bank of India Act, 1934 and for matters connected therewith or
incidental there to. This is in precise has addressed the following issues:

1. Legal Recognition of Electronic Documents


2. Legal Recognition of Digital Signatures
3. Offences and Contraventions
4. Justice Dispensation System for Cybercrimes Information technology Act
2000 consists of 94 sections segregated into 13 chapters. Four
schedules form part of the Act. In Chapter - XI the offences are
prescribed.

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• Information Technology Act as amended as 11 penal sections i.e.,

Sec 65: Tampering with computer source documents.


Sec 66: Computer related offences like unauthorized copying, extracting
information, introducing virus or computer contaminant, denial of
service attack. (66-A Annulled by the Supreme Court)
Sec 66-B: Punishment for dishonestly receiving stolen computer resource or
communication device,
Sec 66-C: Punishment for identity theft,
Sec 66-D: Punishment for cheating by personation by using computer
resource,
Sec 66-E: Punishment for violation of privacy.
Sec 66-F: Punishment for cyber terrorism.
Sec 67: Punishment for publishing or transmitting obscene material in
electronic form.
Sec 67-A: Punishment for publishing or transmitting of material containing
sexually explicit act, etc. in electronic form.
Sec 67-B: Punishment for publishing or transmitting of material depicting children
in sexually explicit act, etc. in electronic form.

• However the provisions of Indian Penal Code can also be invoked to deal with
cybercrimes. Sending threatening messages by email is punishable under
section 506 IPC, Sending defamatory messages by email Sec 499 and 500 IPC,
Forgery of electronic records is an offence as per Sec 463 IPC and Bogus
Websites, Cyber Fraud like Nigerian Fraud and Phishing punishable as per
section 420 IPC. If there is Online Sale of drugs NDPS Act can be invoked.

• It can be concluded with note that Cybercrime is the latest and perhaps the most
complicated problem in the cyber world. Capacity of human mind is
unfathomable. It is not possible to eliminate cybercrime from the cyber space. It
is quite possible to check them with that aim in mind Govt. of India has come
with I T Act 2000 at a time when cyber-specific legislation was much needed. It
has filled up the lacuna for a law in the field of e-commerce and cybercrimes. Yet
some more legal issues like copy right with regard to web contents, domain
name disputes, liability of cyber cafes have not been addressed.

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Complaint and section of law in ITA 2000, IT amendment act - 2008, IPC and
Special and Local Laws.

SL Nature of complaint Applicable Section(s) and Applicable Section(s)


No Punishments under ITA under other laws and
2000 & ITAA 2008 punishments
1 Mobile phone stolen - Section 379 IPC 3
years imprisonment or
fine or both
2 Receiving stolen Section 66 B of ITAA Section 411 IPC — 3
computer/mobile 2008 — 3 years years imprisonment or
phone/ data (data or imprisonment or Rupees fine or both
computer or mobile one lakh fine or both
phone owned by you
is found in the hands
of someone else.)
3 Data owned by you Section 66 of ITAA 2008 — Section 379 IPC — 3
or your company in 3 years imprisonment or fine years imprisonment or
any form is stolen up to rupees five lakh or fine or both
both
4 A password is stolen Section 66C of ITAA 2008— Section 419 IPC — 3
and used by 3 years imprisonment and years imprisonment or
someone else for fine up to Rupees one lakh fine
fraudulent purpose. Section 66D ITAA 2008 — 3 Section 420 IPC — 7
years imprisonment and fine years imprisonment
up to Rupees one lakh and fine
6 An e-mail is read by Section 66 of ITAA 2008 —
someone else by 3 years imprisonment or fine
fraudulently making up to Rupees five lakh or
use of password both
Section 66C of ITAA 2008
— 3 years imprisonment and
fine up to Rupees one lakh.
7 A biometric thumb Section 66C of ITAA 2008
impression is — 3 years imprisonment and
misused fine up to Rupees one lakh
8 An electronic Section 66C of ITAA 2008
signature or digital — 3 years imprisonment and
signature is misused fine up to Rupees one lakh
9 A Phishing e-mail is Section 66D of ITAA 2008 Section 419 IPC — 3
sent out in your — 3 years imprisonment and years imprisonment or

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name, asking for fine up to Rupees one lakh fine or both
login credentials
10 Capturing, Section 66E of ITAA 2008— Section 292 IPC —
publishing, or Three years imprisonment or Two years
transmitting the fine not exceeding Rupees imprisonment and fine
image of the private two lakh or both Rupees 2000 and 5
areas of a victim years and rupees
without any person’s 5000 for second and
consent or subsequent conviction
knowledge
11 Tampering with Section 65 of ITAA 2008—
computer source Three years imprisonment or
Documents fine up to Rupees two lakh
or both
Section 66 of ITAA 2008 —
Three years imprisonment or
fine up to Rupees five lakh
or both
12 Data Modification Section 66 of ITAA 2008 —
Three years imprisonment or
fine up to Rupees five lakh
or both
13 Publishing or Section 67 of ITAA 2008 first Sec. 292 IPC — Two
transmitting obscene conviction — Three years years imprisonment
material in electronic and 5 lakh and fine Rupees 2000
form Second or subsequent and five years and
conviction — 5 years and up rupees 5000 for
to 10 lakh second and
subsequent conviction
14 Publishing or Section 67A of ITAA 2008 Sec. 292 IPC — Two
transmitting of first conviction — Five years years imprisonment
material containing and up to 10 lakh and fine Rupees 2000
sexually explicit act, Second or subsequent and five years and
etc., in electronic conviction — 7 years and up rupees 5000 for
form to 10 lakh second and
subsequent conviction
15 Punishment for Section 67B of ITAA 2008 Section 292 IP —
publishing or first conviction — Five years Two years
transmitting of and up to 10 lakh imprisonment and fine
material depicting Second or subsequent Rupees 2000 and five
children in sexually conviction — 7 years and up years and rupees
explicit act, etc., in to 10 lakh 5000 for second and
electronic form subsequent conviction

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Section 66 — Three years
Misusing a Wi-Fi imprisonment or fine up to
16 connection for acting Rupees five lakh or both
against the state Section 66F— life
imprisonment of ITAA 2008
17 Planting a computer Section 66 — 3 years
virus that acts imprisonment or fine up to
against the state Rupees five lakh or both
66F— life imprisonment
18 Conducting a denial Sec. 66 of ITAA 2008 — 3
of service attack years imprisonment or fine
against a up to Rupees five lakh or
government both
computer Sec. 66F of ITAA 2008— life
imprisonment of
19 Stealing data from a Section 66 of ITAA 2008 —
government 3 years imprisonment or fine
computer that has up to Rupees five lakh or
significance from both, 66F — life
national security imprisonment
perspective
20 Not allowing the Section 69 of ITAA 2008 —
authorities to decrypt imprisonment up to 7 years
all communication and fine
that passes through
your computer or
network.
21 Intermediaries not Section 69 of ITAA 2008 —
providing access to imprisonment up to 7 years
information stored and fine
on their computer to
the relevant
authorities
22 Word, gesture or act Section 509 IPC — 1
intended to insult the years or fine or both
modesty of a woman — IPC as applicable
23 Bogus Web sites, Section 66D of ITAA 2008 Section 419 — 3
cyber frauds — 3 years imprisonment and years imprisonment or
fine up to Rupees one lakh fine
Section 420 IPC — 7
years imprisonment
and fine

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24 E-mail Spoofing Section 66C of ITAA 2008 Section 465 IPC — 2
— 3 years imprisonment and years or fine or both
fine up to Rupees one lakh Section 468 IPC — 7
years imprisonment
and fine
25 Making a false Section 66D of ITAA 2008 Section 465 IPC — 2
document — 3 years imprisonment and years or fine or both
fine up to Rupees one lakh)
26 Forgery for purpose Section 66D of ITAA 2008 Section. 468 IPC — 7
of cheating — 3 years imprisonment and years imprisonment
fine up to Rupees one lakh and fine
27 Forgery for purpose Section 66D of ITAA 2008 Section. 469 IPC — 3
of harming — 3 years imprisonment and years and fine
reputation fine up to Rupees one lakh
28 Copyright Section 66 of ITAA 2008 — Sec. 63, 63B
infringement 3 years imprisonment or fine Copyrights Act 1957
up to Rupees five lakh or
both
29 Theft of Computer Sec. 379 IPC 3 years
Hardware imprisonment or fine
or both
30 Online Sale of Drugs NDPS Act
31 Online Sale of Arms Arms Act
* This is a suggested mapping and applying the sections ITA 2000, IT
(Amendment) Act, 2008 & IPC

The following are the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)/ Line of


Investigation for the investigation of Cyber Crimes:-
A case of obscene content in electronic form:-
A. Investigation:
Section of Law: section 66 & 67 of Information technology Act 2000,
amendments 2008 (67B in case of minor girl). 465. Punishment for forgery,
469. Forgery for purpose of harming reputation & Section 509 of Indian Penal
Code 1860.

B. FIR: Registered and investigated by an officer of the rank Inspector of Police


or above. Issues to be kept in mind while seeking / collection of information
from complainant / accused / witnesses and service providers: The relevant

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date and times tamps, shall always be as it is in one copy and another copy
by converting time to IST.
C. Information/evidence to be gathered:-
i. From complainant: Self attested copies of the printout of the fake profiles
printed at the police station and soft copies of the offensive content with date
and time stamps, Self attested copies of the printout of the friendship
requests received by the victim’s friends and soft copies of the offensive
content with date and time stamps.

ii. From Social n/w website company: Registration, Access details of the fake
profile created by the accused. Details may include name, date of birth, IP
address, and email IDs given by the accused while creating the fake profile.

iii. From Email Service Provider: If the accused has used any email id to send
out the mails or the social n/w company has provided any email id uploaded
by the accused, you may seek access details of the subject email ID.

iv. From Internet Service Provider:- The end user details of IP address provided
by the social n/w company or email service provider.

➢ Planning the Collection of Evidences from the Accused and / or Scene of


Offence:

➢ Upon collecting the information about the IP address from the internet
service provider or based on local investigations about the relevant scene
of offence, the IO to plan his actions for search / seizure as per the legal
provisions under Cr PC and IT act.

Nigerian fraud – Salient features and Modus Operandi

Perpetrators of internet crime are attracting the gullible mobile and e-mail users
with false promises like winning of Euro lottery, transferring stashed away funds lying
in Banks abroad, providing employment with international organizations etc., which
are termed universally as Nigerian frauds, because the fraudsters are generally from
Nigeria, or of Nigerian origin.

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The fact that most of the times the perpetrators are not quickly traced and
brought to book – due to the lengthy and cumbersome procedure of Letter
Rogatories to the concerned countries – is rendering any stringent action by Police
virtually non-enforceable. This enables the perpetrators to continue trapping gullible
internet users. There is urgent need to see that such crime does not continue once it
is identified as a crime by Police.

Nigeria scam is so called because usually the fraudsters are from Nigeria. It
also called “419” scam name after an article of the Nigerian Penal Code under which
it is prosecuted. It is also called “Advance fee fraud” as the fraudsters squeeze
money in the name of advance fees. 419 fraud is an industry, that on some
estimates are making hundreds of millions of dollars per year. It employs thousands
of crooks. It is not just a few young guys going to an internet café to cheat some
foreigners. In many cases, apparently the African internet cafes are owned by the
gang bosses, who pay young men hourly wages for “working” in 419-sweat shops.

The Modus Operandi is typically that the victims get unsolicited e-mails and are
promised a lottery win or a large sum of money sitting in a bank account or in a
deposit box at a security company. Often the storyline involves a family member of a
former member of Government of an African country, a ministerial official, an orphan
or widow of a rich businessman etc. Some e-mails include pictures of boxes stuffed
with dollar bills, scans of fake passports, bank or Government documents and
pictures of supposed sender.

The victims are promised a fortune for providing a bank account to transfer the
money. If they fall for the scam – they are made to part with thousands and
sometimes hundreds of thousands of dollars in “fees” (taxes, insurance, legal fees
etc.) before the “partners” finally disappear without trace. The promised fortunes are
never delivered as they do not actually exist.

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Main storylines of advance fee fraud and other Nigeria-related fraud e-mails:

• Fake lottery win: An e-mail appears that a lottery is won and specific
amounts are to be paid which may run into several lakhs of rupees.

• Dead foreigner scam: It is informed that some foreign owner of a bank


account in Africa or Asia died without heir and that the victim has to pose as
relative for which he would get the lions share, but for that he will have to pay
certain fee.

• Unpaid Contractor/Overcharged Government contract: It is informed that


there is an unpaid contract with an African Government and that the victim
has to pose as the contractor for which service he will get a slice of it, but first
the victims must pay various bribes.

• Ex-Kleptocrat scam: It is informed that a family member of a former


head/member of Government somewhere in Africa or Asia has stashed away
a few millions dollars and seeks the victims help in moving it, promising the
victims a slice of it, but first the victim has to send money to a securities
company or lawyer.

• Murdered businessman scam: It is informed that a family member of a rich


businessman in Africa who are stashed away a few million dollars before
being killed, seeks the victims help in retrieving the inheritance, promising him
a slice of it, but first he must send money to a securities company or lawyer.

• Zimbabwean farmer scam: A farmer or opposition politician from Zimbabwe


has stashed away a few millions and seeks help in moving it, promising the
victim a slice of it, but first he must send money to a securities company or
lawyer.

• Dying Widow Scam: A rich widow is about to die from breast cancer and
wants to give millions of dollars, but first one must send money to her lawyer.

• Dying rich merchant scam: A rich merchant or oil contractor is about to die
from cancer and wants to give millions of dollars, but first one must sent
money to his/her lawyer.

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• Yukos Oil scam: Russian Tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky has been arrested,
but before that a few millions were stashed away. An associate seeks victims’
help in moving it, promising him a slice of it, but first he must send money to a
securities company or lawyer.

• Company representative scam: A company in Asia, Europe or Africa looks


for individuals to cash checks and money orders from their customers in their
personal bank accounts and forward 90% of the amount by Western
Union/Money Gram or to another bank account. Victims are promised 10% of
the sum, but since the checks are foreigners or stolen, the victims lose the
entire amount forwarded.

• Credit Card order: Someone claiming to live in the USA or UK orders goods
on a credit card and asks to send them to Nigeria.

• Oversized cashier’s check: Someone wants to buy a person’s car, bike,


horse, boat, trailer etc., and will send that person a check larger that the
sticker value, asking that person to wire the balance to a “shipping agent” or
some other person. Other examples included apartment or holidays home
rental, purchasing land, hiring a wedding photographer, getting violin lessons
etc.

• Money recovery: A law enforcement officer (in Nigeria, FBI: or elsewhere)


asks you to contact them about scammers dealt with. They promise to help
the victim recover his stolen money, but first he needs to send more cash.

• Fake charity/ministry: An orphanage, pastor, NGO etc., in a African country


needs victims cash.

• Fake employment: Fraudsters would pose as HR representatives of a


reputed firm or institution and make the victim believe that he would be
provided employment and the victim would be asked to pay for the legal fee,
resident permit processing charges.

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• Fake training: An employee of an institution would receive a message that
he has been chosen for advanced training and for that he would have to pay
the lodging/boarding charges and other reservation charges.

Here are some of the fake reasons given to victims why they should send
money:

Legal fees: Many 419 scams involve a fake lawyer (usually a person who
calls himself a Barrister or claims to work for a firm whose name includes the
word “Chambers”). Beware of any using a @lawyer.com, @justice.com etc.,
free web mail account who gets introduced in such e-mails.

Insurance: Any lottery prize that is supposedly insured is fake.

Shipping: Real parcel services do not charge $800 and more for delivering a
letter. Real lotteries don’t ask you to contact a parcel service to arrange for
shipping of a check or a winnings certificate that you will have to pay for.

Wire transfer charges: Real banks charge about $40 for an international
wire transfer, not several $1000.

‘Drug Free Certificate’, ‘Anti Money Laundering Certificate’, ‘Terrorist Free


Certificate’: No such certificates exist in the real world. They are 100% sure
evidence of a scam.

➢ Chemical supply charges.


➢ Demurrage charges.
➢ Customs Clearance charges.
➢ Container purchase charges.
➢ Terrorism clearance charges.
➢ Airport management charges.
➢ Accounts opening charges.
➢ Reservation charges.
➢ Resident work permits processing charges.

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Most of the transaction that the culprits show would be genuine to instill
confidence in the mind of the victim. The inland bank accounts, phone
transactions, stipulated formalities would give cozy picture that the whole
gamut of fraud is genuine. The list is so creative that not one or the other
dupe can be summarized as final.

SOP for Investigation 419 Nigerian frauds:


Once such crime is reported case can be registered under section 66D of
ITAA 2008, 420, 465 of IPC as many documents fraudster produce are fake
and forged.

FIR: Registered and investigated by an officer of the rank Inspector of Police


or above (as per ITAA).Issues to be kept in mind while seeking / collection of
information from complainant / accused / witnesses and service providers:
The relevant date and times tamps, shall always be as it is in one copy and
another copy by converting time to IST.
Information to be gathered

From complainant:

Self-attested copies of the printout of the email communication printed at the


police station and soft copies of the fake content with date and time stamps.

From mobile service provider:

CAF, CDRs of the mobile numbers through which fraudster has contacted the
victim. Identify the location of the mobile user preferably during 3 to 4 am in
the night to ascertain the residence where he is staying.

From Email Service Provider:

Details of log in IP address of email id and to send out the mails to the victim
to ascertain the location from where the mails are originated. This can be
done in two ways ie., verifying the full headers of the mails received by the
victim or getting information from the mail service provider.

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From Internet Service Provider:

The end user details of IP address taken from the full headers or from email
service provider. Here exact time stamp which is converted to IST should be
given.

From the relevant Banks:

Contact the nodal officer of the banks where the money is deposited take the
CAF, transaction details, ATM footages, payments to different merchandise
units, IP address of account access details if transfer of funds are made online
to identify the accused, couriers etc.,

Planning the Collection of Evidences from the Accused and/or Scene of


Offence:

Upon identifying the address through above collected information, the IO to


plan his actions for search / seizure/ arrest as per the legal provisions under
Cr PC and IT act.

Forensic Examination:-

MOs to be forwarded through concerned court or SDPO and above for


analysis.

Objective: To determine whether seized digital evidence from accused


contained evidence regarding usage of the system for creating and sending
such fraudulent mails and other details relevant for the case.

The investigator has to collect report from FSL.

Based on the report accused can be arrested produce accused in the court for
appropriate remand.

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Finalization of the Case and Charge sheet:

In the process of capacity building, imparted hands on training 230 Officers all
over Telangana State. Now almost all the Police Stations are registering IT
Act cases and investigating cases. If any advice or technical help is required,
Cyber Crime Police Station, CID is providing it.

-oOo-

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Table -13
Statement of Cyber Offences for the years 2015 and 2016

SL. NO UNITS 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 131 126


2 Hyderabad 369 291
3 Karimnagar 7 6
4 Khammam 15 12
5 Nizamabad 5 6
6 Rachakonda 51 63
7 Ramagundam 16 33
8 Siddipet 6 6
9 Warangal 18 0
10 Adilabad 0 0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 10 2
12 Jagityal 9 5
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 3 1
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 3 5
15 Kamareddy 1 3
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0
17 Mahabubbad 4 5
18 Mahabubnagar 8 8
19 Medak 6 8
20 Nagarkurnool 6 1
21 Nalgonda 3 8
22 Nirmal 0 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 4 2
25 Suryapet 0 0
26 Vikarabad 1 2
27 Wanaparthy 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0
29 CID 13 10
Total 689 603

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C H A P T E R – 14
CUSTODIAL DEATHS

14.1 Article 21 of the constitution of India: Protection of life and personal liberty: No
person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty, except according to procedure
established by law.

14.2 Custodial death has been described as one of the worst crimes in a civilized society,
governed by the rule of law: D.K. Basu Vs State of West Bengal, AIR 1997 SC 610
Para -36.

14.3 Custodial deaths are of two kinds: Deaths in Judicial Custody and deaths in Police
custody. In this chapter we present an analysis of the deaths in police custody only
in the State of Telangana.

14.4 The unfortunate occurrence of custodial deaths can be prevented to a large extent, if
the staff of the police stations take due care during interrogation and also take into
consideration, the physical and emotional well being of the suspect. It can be seen
from the figures that there are very few custodial deaths due to torture/ usage of third
degree methods.

14.5 Nil cases of custodial deaths of all types were reported in Telangana during 2016 as
against 5 cases each in 2015.

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Custodial Deaths 2012-2016

4.5
4 4 4

3.5

3
Total Deaths

2.5

1.5

0.5
0

0
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Custodial Deaths

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TABLE - 14.1

Statement showing police Lock-up / Custodial Deaths from 2015 and


2016

SL. NO. UNITS 2015 2016

1 Cyberabad 0 0
2 Hyderabad 1 0
3 Karimnagar 0 0
4 Khammam 0 0
5 Nizamabad 1 0
6 Rachakonda 0 0
7 Ramagundam 0 0
8 Siddipet 0 0
9 Warangal 0 0
10 Adilabad 0 0
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0
12 Jagityal 0 0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0
17 Mahabubbad 0 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0
19 Medak 1 0
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0
21 Nalgonda 2 0
22 Nirmal 0 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0
25 Suryapet 0 0
26 Vikarabad 0 0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0
Total 5 0

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Table - 14.2

1) Nil Cases of Custodial deaths were reported during the year 2016 as
against 5 cases in 2015.
2) Causes for deaths in Police custody for the years 2015 & 2016

SL.
HEAD 2015 2016
NO.

a) Committed suicide by hanging 2 0

b) Committed suicide by poisoning 0 0

c) Committed suicide by burning 0 0

d) Committed suicide by drowning 0 0

e) Due to police firing 0 0

f) Due to torture 0 0

g) Due to ill health 3 0

h) Due to other reasons 1 0

TOTAL : 6 0

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C H A P T E R – 15

MISSING PERSONS

15.1 A missing person is a person who has disappeared and whose status as alive or
dead cannot be confirmed as their location and fate is not known. A missing person
can be a source of immense trauma and concern for family members and friends.

15.2 A person may be missing due to their own decision, accident, crime, death or many
other reasons. People disappear for many reasons:

1. To escape domestic abuse, such as child physical abuse, emotional abuse, by a


parent(s)/guardian(s)/sibling(s)/spouse.
2. Kidnapping
3. Abduction
4. Suicide in a remote location
5. Victim of murder (body disguised, destroyed, or hidden).
6. Mental illness
7. Death by natural causes (disease) or accident far from home without identification.
8. Sold into slavery, serfdom, sexual servitude, or other bonded labour
9. To avoid discovery of a crime or apprehension by law-enforcement authorities.
10. Joining a cult or other religious organization.

15.3 APPM PSO 410 (2) empowers police to register and investigate cases. FIRs are
registered under head: man/ woman / child / girl missing.

15.4 The issue of Missing Persons, though very serious crime, has not got the attention it
deserves in Police professional circles.

15.5 During this year a total of 11670 cases were registered in 2016 as against 11140
cases in the year 2015.

15.6 It is imperative that greater attention is paid by the police in tracing missing persons
as it has got not only socio-economic but also national security ramifications, both
internal and external. The fate of missing persons is a matter of conjecture and it can
be any of the following list of possibilities, which is again not exhaustive:

a) They got murdered or killed in accident and their bodies remain unidentified.
b) They get inducted in organized crime, human trafficking include bootlegging / drug
running etc., with girls being forced into prostitution.
c) They, particularly the young and gullible ones, join terrorist/extremist outfits for their
existence.

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Table 15.1

Statement showing the cases of Missing Persons - 2015


No. of cases converted
MISSING REPORTED TRACED UNTRACED
into
Total No.
Sl
UNITS of cases
No Child Child Child Kid./Abd.

Woman

Woman

Woman
Rep. Sex
Man Man Man & Other Murder
abuse
Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Sec

1 Cyberabad 1676 180 310 635 551 157 288 588 454 23 22 47 97 5 3 3

2 Hyderabad 2821 176 220 1295 1130 119 90 937 604 57 130 358 526 6 1 2

3 Karimnagar 242 17 59 105 61 9 22 56 17 8 37 49 44 3 2 0

4 Khammam 358 23 52 185 98 22 50 177 87 1 2 8 11 28 0 1

5 Nizamabad 364 28 61 165 110 15 41 125 58 13 20 40 52 7 2 0

6 Rachakonda 1908 175 297 775 661 166 282 731 567 9 15 44 94 0 0 0

7 Ramagundam 310 18 41 169 82 15 35 158 67 3 6 11 15 3 3 0

8 Siddipet 168 10 48 77 33 10 45 73 24 0 3 4 9 8 10 0

9 Warangal 422 24 97 205 96 24 95 196 87 0 2 9 9 20 5 2

10 Adilabad 108 13 16 53 26 12 16 51 24 1 0 2 2 14 2 1

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 230 19 34 120 57 17 34 112 46 2 0 8 11 18 1 1

12 Jagityal 160 13 39 72 36 10 35 62 28 3 4 10 8 7 5 2

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 59 8 17 23 11 7 17 23 8 1 0 0 3 0 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 70 4 15 28 25 4 13 23 14 0 2 5 11 1 0 0

15 Kamareddy 148 14 27 70 37 14 27 66 32 0 0 4 5 9 0 1

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 57 4 10 32 11 3 10 32 11 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

17 Mahabubbad 77 7 24 34 12 7 23 32 8 0 1 2 4 5 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 358 32 48 183 95 29 42 162 61 3 6 21 34 10 18 2

19 Medak 114 7 32 43 32 7 31 39 25 0 1 4 7 7 5 1

20 Nagarkurnool 108 9 21 53 25 8 20 48 21 1 1 5 4 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 493 38 77 289 89 36 71 275 62 2 6 14 27 13 0 0

22 Nirmal 91 10 8 34 39 9 8 28 33 1 0 6 6 7 4 1

23 Rajanna Siricilla 88 3 21 47 14 1 21 46 10 2 0 1 4 2 2 0

24 Sanga Reddy 321 32 61 128 100 30 59 122 79 2 2 6 21 20 16 4

25 Suryapet 124 13 20 63 30 12 19 63 22 1 1 0 8 9 0 1

26 Vikarabad 132 14 30 57 31 12 26 55 19 2 4 2 12 5 6 1

27 Wanaparthy 98 7 25 42 24 7 24 31 9 0 1 11 15 2 0 1

28 RP Secunderabad 35 3 5 11 16 1 2 7 9 2 3 4 7 0 0 0

11140 901 1715 4993 3532 763 1446 4318 2486 138 269 675 1046 209 85 24

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Table 15.2

Statement showing the cases of Missing Persons - 2016


No. of cases converted
MISSING REPORTED TRACED UNTRACED
into
Total
Sl no. of Child Child Child Kid./

Woman

Woman

Woman
UNITS

Murder
No cases Abd. & Sex

Man

Man

Man
Rep. Other abuse
Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Sec

1 Cyberabad 2122 245 285 872 720 185 255 682 510 60 30 190 210 7 10 2

2 Hyderabad 2885 145 215 1302 1223 81 108 640 510 64 107 662 713 17 1 2

3 Karimnagar 293 15 57 167 54 15 53 154 47 0 4 13 7 1 3 0

4 Khammam 272 9 7 178 78 7 7 161 61 2 0 17 17 13 0 0

5 Nizamabad 373 29 67 179 98 27 56 153 69 2 11 26 29 14 1 2

6 Rachakonda 1964 170 221 854 732 153 200 756 586 17 21 98 146 0 0 0

7 Ramagundam 257 16 43 150 48 13 34 124 18 3 9 26 30 4 2 0

8 Siddipet 184 17 37 97 33 13 29 73 21 4 8 24 12 10 13 0

9 Warangal 470 45 77 242 106 37 57 223 75 8 20 19 31 7 1 1

10 Adilabad 95 8 22 42 23 6 22 39 18 2 0 3 5 4 5 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 229 10 6 146 67 9 6 128 47 1 0 18 20 12 1 1

12 Jagityal 188 14 42 96 44 11 32 79 31 3 10 17 13 10 2 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 81 4 31 30 16 4 29 26 10 0 2 4 6 0 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 68 9 14 28 17 7 12 23 7 2 2 5 10 1 0 0

15 Kamareddy 161 14 17 92 38 14 17 79 29 0 0 13 9 0 0 0

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 100 5 19 45 31 4 18 43 22 1 1 2 9 8 12 1

17 Mahabubbad 85 9 30 31 15 8 28 24 11 1 2 7 4 4 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 296 29 64 139 64 20 51 110 46 9 13 29 18 7 16 4

19 Medak 146 12 29 65 40 10 27 56 33 2 2 9 7 9 10 3

20 Nagarkurnool 166 17 43 70 36 12 37 62 32 5 6 8 4 2 5 0

21 Nalgonda 274 13 51 156 54 11 36 124 36 2 15 32 18 0 1 0

22 Nirmal 127 4 21 46 56 3 19 43 48 1 2 3 8 19 4 1

23 Rajanna Siricilla 110 3 13 60 34 2 12 55 24 1 1 5 10 4 1 0

24 Sanga Reddy 298 29 42 125 102 24 36 108 74 5 6 17 28 23 2 4

25 Suryapet 139 15 26 73 28 14 25 63 21 1 1 10 7 8 1 0

26 Vikarabad 146 27 22 67 30 20 16 46 13 7 6 21 17 1 4 0

27 Wanaparthy 103 8 34 44 17 6 29 39 11 2 5 5 6 6 2 6

28 RP Secunderabad 38 3 5 11 19 1 2 4 7 2 3 7 12 0 0 0

11670 924 1540 5407 3823 717 1253 4117 2417 207 287 1290 1406 191 97 27

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153
C H A P T E R – 16

ROAD ACCIDENTS

16.1 There are 9606185 vehicles of different types are on roads in Telangana State. Auto
Rickshaws 357629, Contract carriages 7453, Educational Institutions buses 22606,
Goods Carriages 386739, Maxi C-abs 24569, Mopeds & Motor Cycles 7133637,
Motor Cars 1139452, Motor Cabs 104691, Private Services Vehicles 2568, Stage
carriers 16472, Tractor and Trailers 359152 and Others 51217 dominate the road
space. We have 24245 kms R&B (PWD) Roads which includes 2592 kms of
National Highways, 3152 kms of State Highways, 12079 kms of Major districts roads
and 9014 kms of other district roads.

16.2 During 2016 a Total No. of 21203 cases of Road Accidents were registered in the
State when compared to 20291 cases in the previous year showing an increase of
(4.49%).

16.3 7175 persons died due to accidents and 23719 got injured, during this year while
7066 persons died and 22809 were injured during previous year. (The details are
shown in Table-16.1 &16.2).

16.4 Graph showing Road Accidents.

22809 23719
21203
250 00 20291 21125
19099

200 00

2014
150 00
2015

6935 7066 7175 2016


100 00

500 0

0
ACCIDENTS DEATHS INJURED

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TABLE - 16.1

Road Accidents for the years 2014 to 2016 along with ranking

2014 2015
Sl
UNITS No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of No. of
No
cases persons persons RANK cases persons persons RANK
reported died injured reported died injured

1 Cyberabad 1517 490.05 1352 3 2025 714 1893 2

2 Hyderabad 2692 429 2484 1 2442 400 2313 1

3 Karimnagar 540 185 490 13 481 146 518 16

4 Khammam 765 220 763 10 774 228 1140 10

5 Nizamabad 884 381 902 8 991 334 1208 8

6 Rachakonda 1754 554 1054 2 1750 487 1535 3

7 Ramagundam 875 349 992 9 724 271 825 11

8 Siddipet 670 256 852 11 441 246 545 18

9 Warangal 985 372 1201 6 1188 398 1423 4

10 Adilabad 297 107 230 23 538 126 446 15

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 430 174 728 15 681 245 1084 12

12 Jagityal 320 145 456 22 250 137 330 22

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 420 152 530 17 238 82 322 23

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 230 105 248 25 203 101 197 26

15 Kamareddy 410 142 683 18 567 220 644 14

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 255 105 251 24 413 105 421 19

17 Mahabubbad 199 105 185 26 211 99 218 24

18 Mahabubnagar 595 244 665 12 1159 567 1426 5

19 Medak 895 460 992 7 463 233 612 17

20 Nagarkurnool 327 157 397 21 283 141 313 21

21 Nalgonda 1164 838 2433 4 1070 450 1852 7

22 Nirmal 370 95 329 20 623 148 595 13

23 Rajanna Siricilla 165 91 151 27 153 69 166 27

24 Sanga Reddy 1041 239 1301 5 929 439 1123 9

25 Suryapet 400 151 523 19 1078 345 1058 6

26 Vikarabad 473 170 526 14 405 243 419 20

27 Wanaparthy 425 201 389 16 210 91 183 25

28 RP Secunderabad 1 18 18 0 1 1 0 0
TOTAL : 19099 6935 21125 20291 7066 22809

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TABLE - 16.2
2016
Sl No UNITS No. of cases No. of persons No. of persons
RANK
reported died injured

1 Cyberabad 2388 850 2225 2

2 Hyderabad 2623 424 2413 1

3 Karimnagar 443 223 460 17

4 Khammam 959 323 1290 8

5 Nizamabad 839 282 829 10

6 Rachakonda 2269 532 2307 3

7 Ramagundam 847 252 889 9

8 Siddipet 471 235 516 14

9 Warangal 1175 415 1253 5

10 Adilabad 469 102 527 15

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 596 220 752 12

12 Jagityal 409 146 402 19

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 351 169 492 21

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 216 110 271 26

15 Kamareddy 437 154 659 18

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 246 71 351 25

17 Mahabubbad 273 134 289 23

18 Mahabubnagar 1476 579 1836 4

19 Medak 458 224 648 16

20 Nagarkurnool 308 136 370 22

21 Nalgonda 997 326 1079 6

22 Nirmal 532 112 628 13

23 Rajanna Siricilla 161 60 174 27

24 Sanga Reddy 996 495 1521 7

25 Suryapet 629 244 789 11

26 Vikarabad 384 221 494 20

27 Wanaparthy 250 135 255 24

28 RP Secunderabad 1 1 0
TOTAL : 21203 7175 23719

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C H A P T E R-17

ARRESTS

17.1 A total of 140891 persons were arrested by Police during the year 2016 as against
141762 arrested in 2015.

17.2 Highest No. of arrests were made in Hyderabad City (23553) followed by Nalgonda
(12993) and Cyberabad (9774).

17.3 A total of 2300 persons were surrendered in courts and 3843 persons were granted
anticipatory bail during the year 2016 as against 3119 surrendered in courts and
2306 granted anticipatory bail in 2015. Table No.17 shows the district wise details.

• Cr. P.C. Provisions of arrest: Chapter-V, Sec. 41 to 60 Cr.P.C.


• APPM PSO No. regarding arrest: 457-2, 459-3, 459-4, 460-1D & 632.

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Table- 17
ARRESTS UNDER IPC CASES
Total No. of Accused
Sl. Arrested by Surrendered in Granted
UNIT
No. Police Courts Anticipatory Bail
2015 2016 2015 2016 2015 2016
1 Cyberabad 15160 9774 431 249 142 66
2 Hyderabad 20644 23553 1243 603 1281 2937
3 Karimnagar 2887 2398 643 384 91 33
4 Khammam 8045 9310 58 47 69 85
5 Nizamabad 6136 6099 12 20 17 5
6 Rachakonda 6712 6705 191 235 87 57
7 Ramagundam 5159 6109 39 36 20 36
8 Siddipet 4025 3853 23 47 6 65
9 Warangal 5531 6815 33 21 48 84
10 Adilabad 2045 1985 5 4 11 20
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 6794 7013 13 65 27 46
12 Jagityal 3153 2538 21 27 24 16
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 2589 3072 12 17 5 42
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 2010 2352 34 29 29 35
15 Kamareddy 3187 3780 15 74 0 9
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 1156 1257 5 11 4 8
17 Mahabubbad 2475 2558 4 8 8 17
18 Mahabubnagar 6923 6413 58 40 148 36
19 Medak 2080 2041 13 30 7 3
20 Nagarkurnool 2520 2786 3 3 8 4
21 Nalgonda 15171 12993 69 112 78 24
22 Nirmal 2577 2553 12 13 5 23
23 Rajanna Siricilla 843 840 34 42 25 11
24 Sanga Reddy 4652 4124 65 83 92 114
25 Suryapet 4825 5032 13 34 11 22
26 Vikarabad 2364 2737 69 55 55 38
27 Wanaparthy 1808 1838 1 11 8 7
28 RP Secunderabad 291 363 0 0 0 0
TOTAL : 141762 140891 3119 2300 2306 3843

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C H A P T E R – 18
DISPOSAL OF IPC CASES

18.1 Charge Sheets:

• The state average of charge sheeting rate for this year is 61.97%.

• The following districts have shown higher percentage of charge sheeting rate.

1 Karimnagar 75.0%
2 Badhradhri Kothagudem 74.5%
3 Suryapet 73.6%
4 Nirmal 73.1%
5 Komarmbheem Asifabad 72.8%
6 Khammam 72.8%
7 Warangal 71.5%
8 Jagityal 71.0%
9 Ramagundam 70.4%
10 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 69.2%

18.2 Disposal by Courts.

• During the year 2016, a total of 531149 cases were disposed by courts including
those pending from previous years.
• Highest number of cases were disposed in the following districts:

1 Hyderabad 9630
2 Rachakonda 7000
3 Cyberabad 5587
4 Khammam 3894
5 Nizamabad 3074
6 Warangal 3013
7 Ramagundam 1868
8 Kamareddy 1812
9 Sanga Reddy 1699
10 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 1672

The district wise disposals were shown in Table. 18.1

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Table-18.1
Disposal of cases by courts for the year 2016
Total
Sl. No UNITS Con Dis / Acq Comp
Disposal

2 Hyderabad 2450 3001 4179 9630

6 Rachakonda 1939 2975 2086 7000

1 Cyberabad 1676 2498 1413 5587

4 Khammam 1813 1199 882 3894

5 Nizamabad 847 1344 883 3074

9 Warangal 1013 1141 859 3013

7 Ramagundam 1042 459 367 1868

15 Kamareddy 386 944 482 1812

24 Sanga Reddy 589 503 607 1699

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 508 686 478 1672

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 528 700 366 1594

25 Suryapet 325 707 481 1513

3 Karimnagar 527 535 383 1445

26 Vikarabad 155 552 494 1201

19 Medak 433 122 552 1107

17 Mahabubbad 238 424 399 1061

22 Nirmal 432 148 354 934

21 Nalgonda 365 223 219 807

27 Wanaparthy 119 272 352 743

18 Mahabubnagar 171 226 273 670

10 Adilabad 178 240 177 595

8 Siddipet 208 97 186 491

23 Rajanna Siricilla 104 153 184 441

12 Jagityal 147 106 151 404

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 50 168 69 287

28 RP Secunderabad 123 96 30 249

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 95 64 43 202

20 Nagarkurnool 9 41 106 156


Total 16470 19624 17055 53149

160
CHAPTER - 19

Comparative statements for ten years


under different crime heads in Telangana State (2007 - 2016)

1. CRIME STATEMENT.

2. CRIME AGAINST WOMEN

3. CRIME AGAINST SCs/STs

4. STATEMENT OF PROPERTY LOST AND RECOVERED

5. STATEMENT OF ROAD ACCIDENTS

* Useful for future planning, evolving appropriate strategies, taking preventive action.

* Useful for making vision, mission statements.

* Useful for sending proposals for additional Courts, Prosecution etc

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Table 19.1
Comparative statement of Crime
Sl.No HEAD OF CRIME 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

1 MURDERS 1320 1313 1177 1111 1308 1177 1089 1145 1061 952

2 MURDER FOR GAIN 78 118 91 105 126 121 149 138 85 80

3 DACOITIES 71 55 52 47 51 69 63 57 37 62

4 ROBBERIES 380 352 284 267 293 308 306 296 361 655

5 BURGLARIES 4283 4763 4382 4430 4476 4444 5203 4903 5001 4691

6 THEFT CASES 12393 13260 12893 13830 14100 14227 15907 14907 14121 12006

7 RIOTINGS 1189 1017 1230 1232 1266 1184 961 727 533 488

8 KID. & ABD. 841 773 848 794 809 756 853 848 754 793

9 RAPE CASES 585 668 645 624 700 626 856 972 1117 1278

10 HURT CASES 13110 13446 12998 11269 12123 12197 14000 14153 14573 15521

11 CHEATINGS 3684 4364 4553 4654 4785 5635 7040 7513 7334 7909

12 CR.BR.TRUST 307 359 334 430 391 413 656 575 559 571

13 COUNTERFEITING 52 95 127 71 75 68 86 63 42 52

14 OTHER IPC 42599 42520 42529 44065 41369 44988 46402 54983 54869 59160

TOTAL COG.CRIME 80892 83103 82143 82929 81872 86213 93571 101280 100447 104218

Total Cognizable Crime


120000

100000

80000

60000

40000

20000

0
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Table 19.2

Comparative statement of Gender Crime

Sl.No. CRIME HEAD 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

1 Rape Cases 585 668 645 624 700 626 856 972 1117 1278

2 KID. & Abduction 628 624 652 564 616 577 643 576 507 587

3 Molestation 1764 1797 2003 1565 1712 1657 2559 3173 3492 3651
TOTAL : 2977 3089 3300 2753 3028 2860 4058 4721 5116 5516

Comparative statement of Marital Harassment

Sl.No. CRIME HEAD 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

1 Dowry Murder 69 86 78 75 100 75 81 73 75 66


2 Dowry Death 396 338 317 320 334 259 291 280 259 254
3 Abetment to Suicide 601 630 619 669 814 654 656 612 577 560
4 Harassment 4996 4623 5043 4926 5364 5461 6655 5844 6765 6839
5 Murder (Women) 359 360 373 313 379 372 338 361 335 236
6 D.P. ACT 574 776 1173 1138 1398 1565 1077 532 2 4
10 Bigamy 244 212 296 237 280 326 402 389 317 270
TOTAL : 7239 7025 7899 7678 8669 8712 9500 8091 8330 8229

Gender Crime
6000
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Marital Harassment
10000

8000

6000

4000

2000

0
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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Table-19.3

Comparative statement of crime against SC/ST

Sl.
M.O. HEAD 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
No

1. MURDERS 24 23 16 22 24 30 27 22 28 39

2. RAPE 89 79 84 88 100 80 79 117 147 200

3. HURT 150 141 121 133 189 143 143 124 155 185

4. ARSON 3 0 0 7 1 1 1 1 4 2

5. OTHER IPC 353 428 342 457 544 615 628 603 651 840

6. PCR ACT 4 1 1 2 3 3 0 3 1 0

7. SCs/STs ACT 1989 341 379 318 324 313 327 301 354 393 352

TOTAL : 964 1051 882 1033 1174 1199 1179 1224 1379 1618

Crime against SC/ST


1800
1600
1400
1200
1000
800
600
400
200
0
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2014 2016

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Table-19.4

Comparative statement showing the Property Lost and Recovered in


Telangana State

Property Lost Property Recovered Percentage of


YEAR
(Rs.In Crores) (Rs. In Crores) recovery (%)

2007 48.53 24.19 49.85

2008 66.59 30.32 45.53

2009 73.38 32.83 44.74

2010 79.54 37.91 47.66

2011 96.2 51.38 53.41

2012 111.6 62.95 56.41

2013 136.29 67.44 49.48

2014 155.35 91.87 59.14

2015 98.25 56.81 57.82

2016 134.84 60.66 44.99

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Table19.5

Comparative statement showing Road Accidents in Telangana State

Sl. No. of persons


Year No. of accidents No. of persons died
No. injured

1 2007 21352 6632 28524


2 2008 21306 6861 27904
3 2009 19434 6652 24722
4 2010 19524 6977 24412
5 2011 19733 7092 24292
6 2012 19129 7019 22908
7 2013 19977 6939 22882
8 2014 19099 6935 21125
9 2015 20291 7066 22809
10 2016 21203 7175 23719

No. of Road Accidents


22000
21000
20000
19000
18000
17000
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

No. of Persons Died


7400
7200
7000
6800
6600
6400
6200
2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

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C H A P T E R - 20
POLICE STRENGTH AND INFRASTRUCTURE

20.1 In order to perform its basic functions like maintenance of Law and Order, prevention
and detection of crime, security duties and numerous other tasks assigned to it, the
manpower becomes the basic requirement for efficiency of the Police force. (As far
as the sanction and actual strength of Telangana State Police is concerned, it has
been represented rank wise in Table 20.1).
20.2 Civil police
The actual strength of Civil Police including District Armed Police and TSSP in the State
as on 31-12-2016 stood at 52396 against the sanctioned strength of 40099. The
strength of Civil Police on ground was 79.71 percent of the sanctioned strength leaving
20.29 percent of the sanctioned posts vacant. District wise sanctioned and actual
strength of Civil Police are shown in Table No.20.1 & 20.2 respectively.
20.3 State Armed Police
The actual strength of the State Armed Police (Telangana Special Police battalions and
Armed Reserve) in Telangana during 2016 stood at 8108 against the sanctioned
strength of 12260. The percentage of vacant posts in Armed Police was 35.75 percent.
Battalion wise sanctioned and actual strength of Armed Police are shown in Table 20.4
& 20.5.
20.4 Women Police
• The actual strength of Women Police in the state was 1083 against the sanctioned
strength of 1460 are shown in Table 20.3.
• In comparison with the total actual strength of police in the state the percentage of
Women police is only 2.70%.

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20.5 Infrastructure
1. Upgradation of Training Colleges:
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 48.50 Cr.
• Total No. of works: 107
• 42 works are completed worth Rs. 14.62 Cr.
• 65 works are under progress worth Rs. 33.88 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs. 12.51 Cr.
• Construction of Class rooms, Kitchen and dining hall, Staff room and Toilet blocks,
Parade ground, etc. at Medchal, Karimnagar and Mamnoor.
2. CP, Hyderabad:
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 40.00 Cr.
• Total No. of works : 22
• 22 works are under progress worth Rs. 73.95 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs. 8. Lakhs.
• Construction of New buildings for citizen Friendly PSs, etc. .
3. Reception Centre / Front Offices:
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 30.00 Cr.
• Total No. of works : 160
• 6 works are completed worth Rs. 1.53 Cr.
• 79 works are under progress worth Rs. 20.02 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs. 2.62 Cr.
• Construction of (Constn., of Front office / Reception Center for existing PSBs)
4. Warangal Commissionerate:-
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 50.00 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 1
• Construction of 7 storied Police Commissionerate building.
5. T.S. Police Academy
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 32.32 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 120
• 24 works are completed worth Rs. 1.65 Cr.
• 96 works are under progress worth Rs. 30.67 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs1.37 Cr.
• Includes Repairs and Upgradation works, PTC Equipment, Street Lights, Electrification
works, Toilet blocks, Indoor Sports Complex, Class room block, Model PSB, 10
passenger lifts at Himayatsagar, Hyderabad, Site developments, Ground developments,
Parking lots, C’ Walls, Land scrapings, Guard rooms, Lift, Service roads, Parade
grounds.
6. IR Battalion
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 20.00 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 9
• 9 works are under progress worth Rs. 20.00 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs 0.35 Lakhs
• 3 Btlns. Campus works at Ibrahimpatnam, Chathakonda and Adilabad includes Admn.
Buildings, Barracks, Commandant and control center etc.
7. Octopus 2016-17
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 25.25 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 25
• 25 works are under progress worth Rs. 25.25 Cr.

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• Construction of Residential Quarters, Water Survival Training Facility, Yoga Hall, Gym &
Gallery etc. Includes works at Ibrahimpatnam and Ranga Reddy.
8. Grey Hounds 2016-17
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 65.68 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 19
• 9 works are completed worth Rs. 25.39 Lakhs.
• 10 works are under progress worth Rs. 6.43 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs45.33 Lakhs.
• Construction of Barber shed, Chain link fencing for swimming pool, Kitchen and Dining
Hall etc at Gandipet.
9. Prisons
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 4.44 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 31
• 31 works are under progress worth Rs. 4.44 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs 15.49 Lakhs.
• Modular work station, Superintendent Office building, Barrack Building at District Jails at
Asifabad, Nizamabad, Mahabubnagar and Nalgonda.
10. Fire Services
• Administrative Sanction accorded for Rs. 23.15 Cr.
• Total No. of Works: 137
• 21 works are completed worth Rs. 2.45 Cr.
• 116 works are under progress worth Rs. 20.70 Cr.
• Total financial progress on the scheme is Rs 4.58 Cr.
• Construction of New FSB (Type C) model, 5000 ltrs capacity VRCC underground
sump, underground sump of 25000 ltrs capacity sump etc at Asifabad, Jagityal,
Godavarikhani etc.
11. General Statistics:
• Housing satisfaction is 33%
• Police Station Building satisfaction is 86%.

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TABLE - 20.1
Sanctioned and actual strength of Civil Police as on 31.12.2016 (Men & Women)
ADGP/IGP/DIG/SP ASP & DSP Inspr/ SI / ASI
Sl.
UNITS
No.
Sanctioned Actual Sanctioned Actual Sanctioned Actual

1 Cyberabad 7 5 29 20 446 415

2 Hyderabad 20 17 83 85 1501 1366

3 Karimnagar 1 1 5 4 112 110

4 Khammam 1 1 6 5 166 188

5 Nizamabad 1 1 8 6 162 147

6 Rachakonda 6 4 28 17 423 360

7 Ramagundam 4 3 9 3 232 209

8 Siddipet 1 1 4 2 106 97

9 Warangal 2 4 14 9 317 270

10 Adilabad 1 1 5 5 96 89

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1 1 7 5 164 137

12 Jagityal 1 1 2 1 87 78

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 1 1 5 5 92 92

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 1 2 2 44 41

15 Kamareddy 1 1 1 2 93 87

16 Komarmbheem Asifabad 1 1 2 2 74 68

17 Mahabubbad 1 1 3 2 116 94

18 Mahabubnagar 1 1 3 2 116 94

19 Medak 1 1 3 3 72 67

20 Nagarkurnool 1 1 2 1 90 74

21 Nalgonda 1 1 8 6 192 161

22 Nirmal 1 1 3 2 91 83

23 Rajanna Siricilla 1 1 1 1 50 47

24 Sanga Reddy 1 1 8 8 318 301

25 Suryapet 1 1 3 3 107 100

26 Vikarabad 1 1 4 2 127 104

27 Wanaparthy 1 1 2 1 50 50

28 RP Secunderabad 1 0 3 3 41 37

TOTAL : 62 55 253 207 5485 4966

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TABLE - 20.1(Con)
Officers below ASI GRAND TOTAL
Sl
UNITS
No Sanctioned Actual Sanctioned Actual

1 Cyberabad 2333 1963 2815 2403


2 Hyderabad 7523 6357 9127 7825
3 Karimnagar 662 632 780 747
4 Khammam 918 934 1091 1128
5 Nizamabad 937 786 1108 940
6 Rachakonda 2191 1779 2648 2160
7 Ramagundam 1424 1010 1669 1225
8 Siddipet 666 469 777 569
9 Warangal 1836 1631 2169 1914
10 Adilabad 572 535 674 630
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 905 804 1077 947
12 Jagityal 514 413 604 493
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 555 555 653 653
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 308 249 355 293
15 Kamareddy 568 446 663 536
16 Komarmbheem Asifabad 474 334 551 405
17 Mahabubbad 401 369 521 466
18 Mahabubnagar 401 369 521 466
19 Medak 457 353 533 424
20 Nagarkurnool 538 424 631 500
21 Nalgonda 1098 871 1299 1039
22 Nirmal 553 436 648 522
23 Rajanna Siricilla 294 278 346 327
24 Sanga Reddy 1922 1538 2249 1848
25 Suryapet 631 583 742 687
26 Vikarabad 619 556 751 663
27 Wanaparthy 293 267 346 319
28 RP Secunderabad 657 519 702 559

TOTAL : 30250 25460 36050 30688

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TABLE - 20.2

DG/IG/DIG/SP Inspector, SI Officers


ASP & DSP GRAND TOTAL
Sl. ADDL.S.P. & ASI below ASI
UNITS
No.
Sanctio Sanctio Sancti Sanctio Sanctio
Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual
ned ned oned ned ned

1 C.I.D. 11 5 38 36 206 144 269 171 524 356

2 Intelligence 20 6 43 29 293 160 1377 324 1733 519

3 PCS& S 2 1 3 2 11 6 9 7 25 16

4 P.T.Cs. (3) 2 1 10 8 52 44 0 3 64 56

5 IGP, Zone 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

6 Ranges 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 2

7 Police Academy 7 1 21 12 0 0 0 0 28 13

ADGP Railways & Road


8 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 3 2
safety, TS

9 IG, Traings 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1

10 Grey Hounds 5 3 14 0 142 0 1106 0 1267 3

11 SP, Battalions 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1

12 Octopus 1 0 9 8 76 34 334 280 420 322

Chief Office
13 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 11
(DGP-1+ Addl.DGP-4)
14 FSL 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0

TOTAL 62 33 138 95 781 388 3099 787 4086 1303

TABLE 24.1(Con) 62 55 253 207 5485 4966 30250 25460 36050 30688

GRAND TOTAL : 124 88 391 302 6266 5354 33349 26247 40136 31991

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TABLE - 20.3

Sanctioned and Actual Strength of Police (Women) as on 31-12-2016


Inspector/ Officers below
Sl. GRAND TOTAL
UNITS SI & ASI ASI
No
Sanctioned Actual Sanctioned Actual Sanctioned Actual

1 Cyberabad 16 12 136 86 152 98

2 Hyderabad 57 16 360 300 417 316

3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 Khammam 9 6 53 52 62 58

5 Nizamabad 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 Rachakonda 21 12 134 78 155 90

7 Ramagundam 4 4 62 62 66 66

8 Siddipet 0 0 0 0 0 0

9 Warangal 30 23 200 158 230 181

10 Adilabad 2 2 23 23 25 25

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 9 2 52 28 61 30

12 Jagityal 0 0 0 10 0 10

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 5 5 10 10 15 15

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 8 8 8 8

15 Kamareddy 2 2 27 27 29 29

16 Komarmbheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 0

17 Mahabubbad 0 0 11 11 11 11

18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 11 11 11 11

19 Medak 0 0 10 10 10 10

20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0

22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 0

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 2 0 9 0 11

24 Sanga Reddy 18 9 105 63 123 72

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0

26 Vikarabad 13 2 72 40 85 42

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0

TOTAL : 186 97 1274 986 1460 1083

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TABLE - 20.4
Sanctioned and actual strength of Armed Police as on 31-12-2016
( Men + Women )
Commandant/
Officers GRAND
Addl.Command ACP/ DSP RI /RSI / ARSI
Sl. below ARSI TOTAL
UNITS ant
No
Sanctio Sanctio Sancti Sancti Sanctio
Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual
ned ned oned oned ned
1 Cyberabad 2 2 2 2 61 39 128 126 193 169

2 Hyderabad 4 3 12 5 286 148 558 533 860 689

3 Karimnagar 1 1 0 0 32 22 63 63 96 86

4 Khammam 1 0 1 1 36 22 78 78 116 101

5 Nizamabad 1 0 1 1 40 29 84 83 126 113

6 Rachakonda 3 3 2 2 73 59 143 147 221 211

7 Ramagundam 1 0 1 0 48 34 98 89 148 123

8 Siddipet 1 1 0 0 21 18 41 40 63 59

9 Warangal 0 0 2 1 67 64 152 158 221 223

10 Adilabad 0 0 1 1 26 23 53 52 80 76

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 1 0 39 28 75 69 115 97

12 Jagityal 0 0 1 0 22 13 45 44 68 57

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 21 21 37 37 58 58

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 1 1 0 0 10 10 24 24 35 35

15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 25 18 51 50 76 68

16 Komarmbheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 22 18 46 41 68 59

17 Mahabubbad 0 0 1 1 33 21 49 49 83 71

18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 1 1 33 21 49 49 83 71

19 Medak 0 0 1 1 17 15 37 37 55 53

20 Nagarkurnool 1 1 1 0 5 4 35 32 42 37

21 Nalgonda 1 1 1 0 34 28 68 68 104 97

22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 23 18 46 42 69 60

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 5 4 36 36 41 40

24 Sanga Reddy 1 1 1 1 71 57 144 142 217 201

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 22 16 46 44 68 60

26 Vikarabad 0 0 1 0 28 10 54 36 83 46

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 12 12 27 27 39 39

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 17 19 190 91 207 110

TOTAL : 4 4 7 4 357 271 902 768 1270 1047

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TABLE-20.5

Sanctioned and actual strength of TS Special Police Battalions

Commandant /
Asst. RI/RSIs/ Officer below
Addl. Grand Total
Commandant ARSIs ARSI
S.No. District / City Commandant

Sancti Actual Sancti Sanct Actual Sanct Actual Sancti Actual


Actual
oned oned ioned ioned oned
1st Bn.T.S.S.P.,Yousuf guda,
1 1 2 4 4 78 61 893 914 976 981
Hyderabad

4th Bn. T.S.S.P.,


2 1 1 3 3 67 43 709 709 780 756
Mamnoor,WGL

7th Bn. T.S.S.P.,


3 2 2 3 2 66 37 708 758 779 799
Dichpally,NZB

4 8th Bn. T.S.S.P., Kondapur,RR 2 1 3 4 74 63 883 863 962 931

10th Bn. T.S.S.P.,


5 2 2 3 3 65 47 707 565 777 617
Beechapally,MBNR

12th Bn. T.S.S.P.,


6 2 1 3 3 65 91 722 640 792 735
Anneparthi,NLG
13th Bn.
T.S.S.P.Mancherial,ADB(1-AC
7 2 0 3 3 64 78 720 478 789 559
post is supernumerary
Sanctioned Actual)
15th Bn. T.S.S.P.,
8 2 1 3 4 64 51 707 872 776 928
Sathupalli,Khm

17th Bn. T.S.S.P., Rukmapur,


9 1 1 3 4 62 70 705 666 771 741
KNR

2 IR Bn TSSP,ADB
10 2 0 4 1 115 0 776 0 897 1
West,ADB(new)
3, IR Bn
11 TSSP,Ibrahimpatnam,RR(new 2 1 4 2 115 8 776 0 897 11
)
5,IR Bn
12 2 0 4 1 115 0 776 0 897 1
TSSP,Bhupalpally,Wgl, (new)
6,IR Bn
13 TSSP,Chathagonda,Kothagud 2 0 4 1 115 0 776 0 897 1
em,Kham (new)

Total 23 12 44 35 1065 549 9858 6465 10990 7061

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TABLE - 20.6

Sanctioned & actual strength of technical posts in PTO , PRO, FPB & IGP
Press as on 31.12.2016

DG/IG/DIG/SP/ Inspectors/SI Officers below


DSP Cadre GRAND TOTAL
Addl.SP /ASI ASI
S No UNITS

Sancti Sancti Sancti Sanctio Sanctione


Actual Actual Actual Actual Actual
oned oned oned ned d

1 P.T.O. 1 1 1 0 19 15 330 228 351 244

2 Police Communications 3 1 7 5 199 105 618 165 827 276

3 FPB 0 0 1 0 71 39 1 1 73 40

4 IGP PRESS 0 0 1 0 2 1 29 21 32 22

TOTAL : 4 2 10 5 291 160 978 415 1283 582

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TABLE - 20.7
Number of Sub-Divisions, Circles, Police stations and out
posts
Sub- No. of Police Stations
S No UNITS Circles
Divisions
L&O Out Post

1 Cyberabad 9 2 60 0

2 Hyderabad 17 0 36 32

3 Karimnagar 2 10 42 0

4 Khammam 3 15 44 0

5 Nizamabad 3 9 40 0

6 Rachakonda 7 4 15 1

7 Ramagundam 5 16 33 2

8 Siddipet 3 8 26 0

9 Warangal 10 0 25 1

10 Adilabad 2 8 20 0

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 5 16 17 0

12 Jagityal 2 6 18 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 4 8 13 2

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 3 7 18 2

15 Kamareddy 1 3 22 0

16 Komarmbheem Asifabad 3 8 18 0
17 Mahabubbad 2 7 28 0
18 Mahabubnagar 2 5 25 0
19 Medak 2 6 22 0
20 Nagarkurnool 3 6 30 1
21 Nalgonda 3 10 37 0
22 Nirmal 2 7 26 0
23 Rajanna Siricilla 2 4 19 0
24 Sanga Reddy 4 18 27 0
25 Suryapet 2 8 22 0
26 Vikarabad 3 7 16 0
27 Wanaparthy 1 3 14 0
28 RP Secunderabad 3 4 12 17
29 CID 0 0 0 0
TOTAL : 108 205 725 58

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TABLE - 20.8

Actual police strength in relation to Area, Population & IPC Crimes during
2016

SL. Sanctioned Police Strength Actual Police Strength


UNITS
NO.
Civil Armed TOTAL Civil Armed TOTAL

1 Cyberabad 2815 193 3008 2403 169 2572


2 Hyderabad 9127 860 9987 7825 689 8514
3 Karimnagar 780 96 876 747 86 833
4 Khammam 1091 116 1207 1128 101 1229
5 Nizamabad 1108 126 1234 940 113 1053
6 Rachakonda 2648 221 2869 2160 211 2371
7 Ramagundam 1669 148 1817 1225 123 1348
8 Siddipet 777 63 840 569 59 628
9 Warangal 2169 221 2390 1914 223 2137
10 Adilabad 674 80 754 630 76 706
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 1077 115 1192 947 97 1044
12 Jagityal 604 68 672 493 57 550
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 653 58 711 653 58 711
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 355 35 390 293 35 328
15 Kamareddy 663 76 739 536 68 604
16 Komarmbheem Asifabad 551 68 619 405 59 464
17 Mahabubbad 521 83 604 466 71 537
18 Mahabubnagar 521 83 604 466 71 537
19 Medak 533 55 588 424 53 477
20 Nagarkurnool 631 42 673 500 37 537
21 Nalgonda 1299 104 1403 1039 97 1136
22 Nirmal 648 69 717 522 60 582
23 Rajanna Siricilla 346 41 387 327 40 367
24 Sanga Reddy 2249 217 2466 1848 201 2049
25 Suryapet 742 68 810 687 60 747
26 Vikarabad 751 83 834 663 46 709
27 Wanaparthy 346 39 385 319 39 358
28 RP Secunderabad 702 207 909 559 110 669
29 OTHERS 25522 15516 41038 21904 8850 30754
TOTAL : 35362 16675 52037 30129 9794 39923

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C H A P T E R – 21

POLICE SACRIFICES

21.1 12 Police personnel of various ranks sacrificed their lives and 39 suffered injuries in
the state while performing different types of duties during 2016 of the total number of
police personnel in the state. The largest number of police personnel were injured
in Warangal, Adilabad and Nirmal (2 each).

21.2 19 Units remained free from casualties of policemen on duty (Table – 21.1)

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TABLE - 21.1

Police personnel killed on duty during 2016


KILLED

Sl In In dacoity On
UNIT In By other In
No extremist or other border Others Total
Riots criminals Accidents
operation raids duties

1 Cyberabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2 Hyderabad 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
4 Khammam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 Nizamabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
7 Ramagundam 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
8 Siddipet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Warangal 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
10 Adilabad 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
12 Jagityal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
19 Medak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
26 Vikarabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12

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T TABLE-21.2

Police personnel Injured on duty during 2016


INJURED

SL. In
UNIT In On In
NO. dacoity In By other
extremist border Accid Others Total
or other Riots criminals
operation duties ents
raids
1 Cyberabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 Hyderabad 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

3 Karimnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 Khammam 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

5 Nizamabad 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2

6 Rachakonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 Ramagundam 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6

8 Siddipet 0 0 7 0 0 1 0 8

9 Warangal 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3

10 Adilabad 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 8

11 Badhradhri Kothagudem 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

12 Jagityal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

13 Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

14 Jogulamba Gadwal 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 Kamareddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

16 Komarambheem Asifabad 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

17 Mahabubbad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

18 Mahabubnagar 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

19 Medak 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

20 Nagarkurnool 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 Nalgonda 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

22 Nirmal 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7

23 Rajanna Siricilla 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

24 Sanga Reddy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

25 Suryapet 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

26 Vikarabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

27 Wanaparthy 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

28 RP Secunderabad 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 0 2 7 1 0 29 0 39

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TABLE - 21.3

Police personnel Killed and Injured on duty during 2016


(Rank -Wise)
KILLED

SL. In
RANK In On
NO. dacoity In By other In
extremist border Others Total
or other Riots criminals Accidents
operation duties
raids

1 Constables 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 7

2 Head Constables 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3

3 Asst. Sub-Inspectors 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

4 Sub-Inspectors 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 Inspectors 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Others (Gazetted
6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Officers)
TOTAL 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 12

INJURED

SL. In
RANK In On
NO. dacoity In By other In
extremist border Others Total
or other Riots criminals Accidents
operation duties
raids

1 Constables 0 1 5 1 0 17 0 24

2 Head Constables 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 6

3 Asst. Sub-Inspectors 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 6

4 Sub-Inspectors 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

5 Inspectors 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 2
Others (Gazetted
6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Officers)

TOTAL 0 2 7 1 0 29 0 39

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FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORY (FSL)

1. Since State Forensic Science Laboratory is under ‘X Schedule’ of Andhra Pradesh


Reorganization Act 2014, it renders forensic services to Andhra Pradesh and
Telangana States. The FSL Head Quarters at Hyderabad is having 12 Sections viz.
Ballistics, Physics, Forensic Engineering, Biology, Serology, DNA, Toxicology,
Chemistry, Narcotics, Documents Polygraph and Computer Forensics. The services
of APFSL in some important and sensational cases analysis are utilized by other
states, CBI and other central agencies like Central Excise, Navy, Army Railways, etc.
This is a tribute to the high standards for the officers and staff of this laboratory.
2. RFSLs
Three Regional Forensic Sciences Laboratories are functioning in Telangana Region.
They are located police range levels viz, Karimnagar, Kamareddy and Warngal.
Forensic Laboratory at Cyberabad is expected to be commissioned shortly.
3. CLUES Teams
At present 9 Clues Teams are functioning at District level and 17 Clues Teams
functioning at commissionarate to help police investigation in murder, theft, dacoit,
robbery, rape, housebreaking, kidnapping cases etc.
4. NABL Accreditation
FSL has achieved ISO-9002 Certification in the year 1999 and it has been upgraded
to ISO 9001:2000 in the year 2002. FSL has developed world class system and
procedures and has been certified by ISO 9001 and NABL ISO/IEC 17025:2005
standards in the year 2004 for maintaining international technical standards.
The FSL has successfully completed the NABL Accreditation process and NABL
board extended accreditation to the FSL till 8th December 2018.
5. Research & Development
FSL, RFSL and CLUES Teams were well equipped. The FSL Hyderabad and RFSL’s
are having modern instruments such as GC-MS, HPLC, GC, HPTLC, X-RF, various
light sources, etc. CLUES Teams are having various light sources, like fingerprint,
footprint kits, narcotic test kits and mobile lab etc.
6. Training
A new thrust for training to orient the police officer and other officers of various
agencies were taken up through individualized programmes for officers on training at
Police Academy, Judicial Academy, National Police Academy and National Industrial
Security Academy, National Criminal Records Bureau, Central Forensic Science

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Laboratories, Police Duty Meet participants project students of Biotech./M.Sc./M.
Tech from various universities trainees form LNJN NICFS, New Delhi, Administrative
Staff College of Indian etc.
7. Training for Staff:
i. One Asst. Directors and two senior assistants attended work shop on E-Office at
Department of information Technology, Electronics and Communication department,
Govt. AP, Hyderabad on 11.02.2016.
ii. One Assistant Director and one Scientific Officer and one Senior Assistant attended
Training on “Quality management system Accreditation of FSLs as per ISO/IEC
17025 (2005), NABL 113 & Internal Audit” at Central Forensic Science Laboratory,
Hyderabad from 14.03.2016 to 16.03.2016.
iii. Two Assistant Director attended two day International conference on “Human
Identification solutions” at New Delhi from 10th & 11th June 2016.
iv. Two Assistant Directors has attended two day workshop ‘C-DAC Password Recovery
Tool” at Center for Development of Advance Computing, at Bangalore from 31st
March to 1st April 2016.
v. One Assistant Director has attended Indo-US Workshop on “Vulnerability
Assessment for Weaponizable Duel Purpose Chemicals” at Indian Institute of
Chemical Technology, Hyderabad on 28th & 29th July 2016.
vi. One Scientific Assistant has attended training on “Cyber Crime Investigation (Incident
Response) & Computer Forensic Science” at CBI Academy, Ghaziabad from
17.10.2016 to 21.10.2016.
8. Forensic Science Awareness Programme at TS FSL
i. 17 Sub-Inspectors of Police from RBVRR TS Police Academy visited on
06.01.2016 and 07.01.2016.
ii. 20 Sub-Inspectors of Police of First Course FS & FM from RBVRR TS Police
Academy visited on 05.01.2016.
iii. 17 students of BHMS from SMPSK Homeopathic Medical College Nanded,
Maharashtra visited on 18.02.2016.
iv. 17 Sub-Inspectors of Police FSFM Course from RBVRR TS Police Academy visited
on 30.01.2016.
v. 21 students of M.Sc Forensic Science from Jain University visited on 01.02.2016.
vi. 50 students of MA and M.Sc from PG Dept of Criminology & FSc Karnataka
University visited on 22.02.2016.

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vii. 20 Sub-Inspectors of Police from RBVRR Police Academy Hyderabad visited on
03.02.2016.
viii. 15 students of MA and M.Sc from PG Dept of Criminology & FSC Karnataka
University visited on 22.02.2016.
ix. 600 students from various schools in twin cities have attended open House Day on
17.10.2016 at TSFSL, Hyderabad.
x. 20 Sub-Inspectors of Police FSFM Course from RBVRR TS Police Academy visited
on 29.09.2016.
xi. 20 Sub-Inspectors of Police FSFM Course from RBVRR TS Police Academy visited
on 07.12.2016.
9. Future Plans
Forensic Science Laboratory is planning to establish.
i. R & D Unit
ii. District laboratories
iii. To strengthen the FSL by increasing staff at FSL Head Quarters, RFSLs, DFSL,s and
CLUES Teams.
10. Cases receive in FSL Head Quarters and 3 RFSL During the year 2016
Under
Sl. Examined
Section Pending Received Total Examinat
No. & Reported
ion
Head Quarters, Hyderabad
1 Ballistics 9 100 109 83 26
2 Biology 2 101 103 90 13
3 Chemistry 1 264 265 168 97
4 Computer Forensics 172 180 352 172 180
5 DNA 404 653 1057 711 346
6 Documents 61 584 645 559 86
7 Engineering 13 58 71 2 43
8 Narcotics 1494 3653 5147 4334 813
9 Physics 67 75 142 98 44
10 Psychology 2 9 11 9 2
11 Serology 236 1482 1718 1442 276
12 Toxicology 698 3695 1393 3802 591
TOTAL (Headquarters) 3159 10860 14019 11472 2544

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TS REGIONAL FORENSIC SCIENCE LABORATORIES
i RFSL, Karimnagar 251 1846 2097 1874 223
Ii RFSL Nizamabad 33 263 296 296 0
iii RFSL Warangal 276 2477 2853 2518 335
Total RFSLs 660 4586 5246 4688 558
Grand Total
3819 15446 19265 16163 3102
(RFSL + HQ)

Summary
i. FSL has achieved ISO-9002 Certification in the year 1999 and it has been upgraded
to ISO 9001:2000 in the year 2002. FSL has developed world class system and
procedures and has been certified by ISO 9001 and NABL ISO/IEC 17025:2005
standards in the year 2004 for maintaining international technical standards. The FSL
has successfully completed the NABL Accreditation process and NABL board
extended accreditation to the FSL till 8th December 2018.
ii. A Total 15446 cases were received from Telangana State during 2016 and previous
year cases were 3819. Out of total 19265 cases, the 16163 cases were reported
during the year and remaining 3102 cases are under examination in differed stages,
i.e. 83.89 % of the cases were reported.
iii. The FSL scientists have undergone train in “Examination of fake currency notes”,
“Instrumentation Techniques in Forensic Sciences and Quality control Norms for
Forensic Sciences Labs”, “Advanced Computer forensics”, “C-DAC Password
Recovery Tool” and “Preservation of Scene of Fire and Collection of Evidence” at
various reputed institutions as per the their continuous improvement program of the
laboratory.
iv. Conducted one day Practical Demonstration on Forensic Sciences for Police
Officers, Medical and Forensic Students from various Universities throughout India.
v. Conducted Internship Training Programme to the students from various universities
throughout India was trained through internship training programe in Forensic
Sciences.
vi. A proposal is in consideration for strengthening of the staff of FSL, RFSLs CLUES
Teams and establishment of new District FSLs

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FINGER PRINT BUREAU, CID, TELANGANA STATE, HYDERABAD

For the year 2016 the staff of Finger Print Bureau, CID in the Districts / Cities have
attended 2663 cases for examination and development of chance prints. Out of the above,
174 cases found identified with the Finger Prints of ex-convicts on the Finger Print database
and helped the IOs in the apprehension of the culprits. Also identified a total of 21 cases of
un known dead bodies through Finger Print Identification.

A total of 7786 Finger Print Slips of accused arrested in the property cases were
added to the State Finger Print Bureau database during the year and the total data base as
on today is 640918.

During the year the FPB has received 102 document cases from the various courts
for expert opinion in disputed cases. The staff of FPB examined and disposed 96 cases by
furnishing opinions to the courts.

The FACTS System which is a State Automated Finger Print Identification System
(AFIS) was installed in the year 1999 and it has become old and out dated. Therefore the
CID, TS has taken up procurement of sophisticated and International standard of AFIS
Technology for detecting more number of cases through Finger Prints which will become
operational within couple of months.

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Cyberabad
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl. No
No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 62.03 1 Murders 106 109

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3601 2 Att. to Murders 69 75

3 Revenue Divisions 6 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 76 107

4 Revenue Mandals 23 4 Hurt Cases 1154 1114

5 Villages 392 5 Riotings 21 22

6 Sub-Divisions 9 6 Murders for Gain 11 8

7 Circles 2 7 Dacoities 11 12

8 Police Stations 60 8 Robberies 58 147

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 721 675

10 UI Cases 6882 10 Thefts 2097 1881

11 PT Cases 26253 11 Cheatings 1151 1193

12 Pending execution of NBWs 2643 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 153 149

Cyberabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 4 5

Detection
Conviction
% % 14 Gender Offences 1432 1635
62.0
Cyberabad 46.7 30.0 15 Dowry Deaths 38 29
46.7

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 7 7


31.55 31.55
30.0
17 Dowry Harassment 770 874

18 Rape Cases 98 124

19 SC/ST Offences 156 144

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 12191 12194

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190
Hyderabad City
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 39.43 1 Murders 100 78

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 217 2 Att. to Murders 123 132

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 200 70

4 Revenue Mandals 16 4 Hurt Cases 1168 1369

5 Villages 67 5 Riotings 41 37

6 Zones 17 6 Murders for Gain 4 7

7 Divisions 0 7 Dacoities 9 19

8 Police Stations 36 8 Robberies 102 178

9 Outposts 32 9 Burglaries 666 508

10 UI Cases 8577 10 Thefts 3460 2953

11 PT Cases 34400 11 Cheatings 1996 1914

12 Pending execution of NBWs 4578 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 86 104

Hyderabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 24 21

Detection % Conviction %14 Gender Offences 1822 1724


62.0
50.2
Hyderabad 50.2 25.4 15 Dowry Deaths 25 18

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 2 0


31.55 31.55
25.4 17 Dowry Harassment 1214 1064

18 Rape Cases 108 167

19 SC/ST Offences 118 137

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 15824 15526

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Karimnagar
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 10.06 1 Murders 17 13

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 2287 2 Att. to Murders 38 55

3 Revenue Divisions 1 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 28 29

4 Revenue Mandals 16 4 Hurt Cases 532 622

5 Villages 210 5 Riotings 34 37

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 2 3

7 Circles 10 7 Dacoities 0 6

8 Police Stations 42 8 Robberies 6 17

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 184 170

10 UI Cases 859 10 Thefts 257 263

11 PT Cases 9432 11 Cheatings 271 310

12 Pending execution of NBWs 609 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 35 23

Karimnagar State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 1 1

75.0
Detection % Conviction14
% Gender Offences 485 479

Karimnagar 62.0 75.0 36.5 15 Dowry Deaths 8 12

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 3 1


36.5 31.55
31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 270 238

18 Rape Cases 39 37

19 SC/ST Offences 102 81

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 3493 3410

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Khammam
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 14.02 1 Murders 42 24

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4360 2 Att. to Murders 41 40

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 32 44

4 Revenue Mandals 21 4 Hurt Cases 767 714

5 Villages 380 5 Riotings 20 37

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 2 1

7 Circles 15 7 Dacoities 1 3

8 Police Stations 44 8 Robberies 12 6

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 197 165

10 UI Cases 1574 10 Thefts 434 334

11 PT Cases 9922 11 Cheatings 213 250

12 Pending execution of NBWs 169 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 11 11

Khammam State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

72.8 %
Detection Conviction
14% Gender Offences 696 708

Khammam 62.0 72.8 46.6 15 Dowry Deaths 10 4

46.6
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 4 0
31.55
31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 273 269

18 Rape Cases 50 58

19 SC/ST Offences 58 61

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 4304 5207

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Nizamabad
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 15.77 1 Murders 56 39

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4888 2 Att. to Murders 53 39

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 5 14

4 Revenue Mandals 27 4 Hurt Cases 447 496

5 Villages 438 5 Riotings 20 4

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 6 6

7 Circles 9 7 Dacoities 2 0

8 Police Stations 40 8 Robberies 12 11

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 223 231

10 UI Cases 1274 10 Thefts 509 449

11 PT Cases 6410 11 Cheatings 122 155

12 Pending execution of NBWs 710 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 19 17

Nizamabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection
61.8 % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 482 403
62.0
Nizamabad 61.8 27.6 15 Dowry Deaths 6 9

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 3 2


31.55 31.55
27.6
17 Dowry Harassment 305 258

18 Rape Cases 29 24

19 SC/ST Offences 26 32

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 3514 3399

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Rachakonda
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 42.00 1 Murders 96 88

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 5091 2 Att. to Murders 67 84

3 Revenue Divisions 10 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 73 142

4 Revenue Mandals 39 4 Hurt Cases 1092 1230

5 Villages 489 5 Riotings 9 25

6 Sub-Divisions 7 6 Murders for Gain 5 6

7 Circles 4 7 Dacoities 1 8

8 Police Stations 15 8 Robberies 47 193

9 Outposts 1 9 Burglaries 613 737

10 UI Cases 5882 10 Thefts 1994 1692

11 PT Cases 21655 11 Cheatings 1382 1421

12 Pending execution of NBWs 1688 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 70 73

Rachakonda State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 2 6

Detection % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 1344 1619
55.8 62.0
Rachakonda 55.8 27.7 15 Dowry Deaths 27 26

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 7 13


31.55 31.55
27.7
17 Dowry Harassment 790 899

18 Rape Cases 104 164

19 SC/ST Offences 136 195

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 12072 12892

199
200
Ramagundam
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 16.02 1 Murders 39 38

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3847 2 Att. to Murders 46 52

3 Revenue Divisions 7 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 24 32

4 Revenue Mandals 34 4 Hurt Cases 703 828

5 Villages 629 5 Riotings 7 10

6 Sub-Divisions 5 6 Murders for Gain 2 0

7 Circles 16 7 Dacoities 1 0

8 Police Stations 33 8 Robberies 13 7

9 Outposts 2 9 Burglaries 226 231

10 UI Cases 1465 10 Thefts 359 376

11 PT Cases 10064 11 Cheatings 234 368

12 Pending execution of NBWs 1207 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 20 19

Ramagundam State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 3 2

Detection
70.4 % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 971 510

Ramagundam 62.0 55.8 70.4 55.8 15 Dowry Deaths 13 8

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 3 4


31.55
31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 531 289

18 Rape Cases 38 33

19 SC/ST Offences 68 57

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 3735 4523

201
202
Siddipet
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 10.12 1 Murders 17 17

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3632 2 Att. to Murders 5 6

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 16 13

4 Revenue Mandals 22 4 Hurt Cases 538 505

5 Villages 397 5 Riotings 24 29

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 3 3

7 Circles 8 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 26 8 Robberies 3 4

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 151 106

10 UI Cases 1118 10 Thefts 204 185

11 PT Cases 5454 11 Cheatings 119 126

12 Pending execution of NBWs 281 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 11 4

Siddipet State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 1 0

Detection
62.0 % Conviction % 14 Gender Offences 376 387
62.0
Siddipet 62.0 42.4 15 Dowry Deaths 15 10
42.4
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 5 0
31.55 31.55

17 Dowry Harassment 175 165

18 Rape Cases 31 30

19 SC/ST Offences 34 41

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 2510 2700

203
204
Warangal
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl.N Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
o No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 23.66 1 Murders 50 52

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 5672 2 Att. to Murders 44 52

3 Revenue Divisions 4 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 34 46

4 Revenue Mandals 39 4 Hurt Cases 1198 1256

5 Villages 548 5 Riotings 73 65

6 Sub-Divisions 10 6 Murders for Gain 2 1

7 Circles 0 7 Dacoities 2 1

8 Police Stations 25 8 Robberies 15 4

9 Outposts 1 9 Burglaries 218 223

10 UI Cases 1886 10 Thefts 374 330

11 PT Cases 13632 11 Cheatings 302 320

12 Pending execution of NBWs 0 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 12 2

Warangal State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 2 0

Detection
71.5 % Conviction14% Gender Offences 773 824

Warangal 62.0 71.5 33.6 15 Dowry Deaths 12 27

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 11 11


31.55
33.6 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 336 341

18 Rape Cases 67 58

19 SC/ST Offences 81 79

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 5640 5496

205
206
Adilabad
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 7.09 1 Murders 13 16

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4653 2 Att. to Murders 23 17

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 13 12

4 Revenue Mandals 18 4 Hurt Cases 327 340

5 Villages 508 5 Riotings 14 2

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 2 0

7 Circles 8 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 20 8 Robberies 6 8

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 100 88

10 UI Cases 635 10 Thefts 157 162

11 PT Cases 2243 11 Cheatings 69 84

12 Pending execution of NBWs 216 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 15 14

Adilabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

66.9 %
Detection Conviction % 14 Gender Offences 260 307
62.0
Adilabad 66.9 29.9 15 Dowry Deaths 2 4

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 2 3


31.55
29.9 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 148 179

18 Rape Cases 16 27

19 SC/ST Offences 28 27

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1667 1916

207
208
Bhadradri Kothagudem
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 11.02 1 Murders 30 25

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 8062 2 Att. to Murders 34 47

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 21 44

4 Revenue Mandals 23 4 Hurt Cases 483 553

5 Villages 449 5 Riotings 41 49

6 Sub-Divisions 5 6 Murders for Gain 1 0

7 Circles 16 7 Dacoities 2 1

8 Police Stations 17 8 Robberies 6 5

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 165 127

10 UI Cases 1160 10 Thefts 262 210

11 PT Cases 8055 11 Cheatings 103 124

12 Pending execution of NBWs 290 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 8 10

Bhadradri Kothagudem State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 1 0

Detection
74.5 % Conviction % 14 Gender Offences 556 671

Bhadradri Kothagudem
62.0 74.5 33.1 15 Dowry Deaths 7 9

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 0 1


31.55
33.1 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 241 279

18 Rape Cases 46 77

19 SC/ST Offences 58 68

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 3132 3343

209
210
Jagityal
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 9.83 1 Murders 40 30

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3543 2 Att. to Murders 25 23

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 17 13

4 Revenue Mandals 18 4 Hurt Cases 443 351

5 Villages 322 5 Riotings 11 12

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 1 0

7 Circles 6 7 Dacoities 0 1

8 Police Stations 18 8 Robberies 7 4

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 116 120

10 UI Cases 736 10 Thefts 179 113

11 PT Cases 6572 11 Cheatings 119 151

12 Pending execution of NBWs 777 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 12 15

Jagityal State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 1

Detection
71.0 % Conviction14
% Gender Offences 312 286

Jagityal 62.0 71.0 36.4 15 Dowry Deaths 5 6

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 3 1


36.4 31.55 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 146 126

18 Rape Cases 22 32

19 SC/ST Offences 29 33
Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 2161 1826

211
212
Jayashankar Bhupalpalli
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 7.11 1 Murders 14 22

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 6786 2 Att. to Murders 13 30

3 Revenue Divisions 4 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 15 32

4 Revenue Mandals 20 4 Hurt Cases 303 409

5 Villages 274 5 Riotings 22 6

6 Sub-Divisions 4 6 Murders for Gain 0 0

7 Circles 8 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 13 8 Robberies 2 5

9 Outposts 2 9 Burglaries 51 72

10 UI Cases 581 10 Thefts 122 95

11 PT Cases 4533 11 Cheatings 61 61

12 Pending execution of NBWs 81 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 2 1

Jayashankar Bhupalpalli 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 1


State
Detection %Average Conviction
14% Gender Offences 201 236

69.2 Bhupalpalli
Jayashankar 69.2 30.4 15 Dowry Deaths 8 5
62.0
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 0 0
31.55
30.4 31.55 17 Dowry Harassment 72 80

18 Rape Cases 9 28

19 SC/ST Offences 22 38

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1401 1743

213
214
Jogulamba Gadwal
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 6.10 1 Murders 38 20

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 2928 2 Att. to Murders 15 12

3 Revenue Divisions 1 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 25 9

4 Revenue Mandals 14 4 Hurt Cases 176 218

5 Villages 191 5 Riotings 16 8

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 3 0

7 Circles 7 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 18 8 Robberies 0 2

9 Outposts 2 9 Burglaries 63 51

10 UI Cases 521 10 Thefts 240 194

11 PT Cases 2448 11 Cheatings 42 56

12 Pending execution of NBWs 102 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 1 5

Jogulamba Gadwal State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 105 128
53.5 62.0
Jogulamba Gadwal 53.5 17.4 15 Dowry Deaths 3 5

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 1 1


31.55 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 41 34
17.4
18 Rape Cases 12 23

19 SC/ST Offences 28 39

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1131 1072

215
216
Kamareddy
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 9.73 1 Murders 29 22

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3652 2 Att. to Murders 19 17

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 5 15

4 Revenue Mandals 22 4 Hurt Cases 259 325

5 Villages 478 5 Riotings 8 5

6 Sub-Divisions 1 6 Murders for Gain 3 7

7 Circles 3 7 Dacoities 2 0

8 Police Stations 22 8 Robberies 5 1

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 132 137

10 UI Cases 774 10 Thefts 208 211

11 PT Cases 3748 11 Cheatings 118 99

12 Pending execution of NBWs 351 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 7 18

Kamareddy State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 1 0

Detection
63.8 % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 274 305
62.0
Kamareddy 63.8 21.3 15 Dowry Deaths 4 9

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 3 2


31.55 31.55
21.3 17 Dowry Harassment 195 169

18 Rape Cases 6 12

19 SC/ST Offences 16 14

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1931 2112

217
218
Kumarambheem Asifabad

INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS


Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 5.16 1 Murders 14 15

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4878 2 Att. to Murders 12 14

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 4 2

4 Revenue Mandals 15 4 Hurt Cases 225 245

5 Villages 434 5 Riotings 8 2

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 1 0

7 Circles 8 7 Dacoities 0 2

8 Police Stations 18 8 Robberies 2 0

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 25 30

10 UI Cases 315 10 Thefts 42 41

11 PT Cases 2681 11 Cheatings 29 33

12 Pending execution of NBWs 363 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 6 9

Kumarambheem Asifabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection
72.8 % Conviction %14 Gender Offences 145 205

Kumarambheem Asifabad
62.0 72.8 47.0 15 Dowry Deaths 2 4
47.0
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 0 0
31.55
31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 70 103

18 Rape Cases 18 22

19 SC/ST Offences 21 27

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 922 1071

219
220
Mahabubbad

INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS


Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 7.75 1 Murders 15 19

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 2877 2 Att. to Murders 5 26

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 15 32

4 Revenue Mandals 16 4 Hurt Cases 430 443

5 Villages 287 5 Riotings 28 21

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 0 1

7 Circles 7 7 Dacoities 0 1

8 Police Stations 28 8 Robberies 5 4

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 69 76

10 UI Cases 726 10 Thefts 83 85

11 PT Cases 4218 11 Cheatings 89 82

12 Pending execution of NBWs 88 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 3 1

Mahabubbad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection % Conviction %14 Gender Offences 194 277


58.1 62.0
Mahabubbad 58.1 22.4 15 Dowry Deaths 2 5

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 4 1


31.55 31.55
22.4 17 Dowry Harassment 62 75

18 Rape Cases 30 32

19 SC/ST Offences 14 16

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1512 1807

221
222
Mahaboobnagar

INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS


Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 14.86 1 Murders 57 42

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 5285 2 Att. to Murders 34 19

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 29 30

4 Revenue Mandals 26 4 Hurt Cases 509 456

5 Villages 567 5 Riotings 17 14

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 8 6

7 Circles 5 7 Dacoities 1 1

8 Police Stations 25 8 Robberies 10 7

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 178 115

10 UI Cases 1320 10 Thefts 571 335

11 PT Cases 6411 11 Cheatings 79 69

12 Pending execution of NBWs 403 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 7 10

Mahaboobnagar State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 3

Detection % Conviction %14 Gender Offences 434 510


55.4 62.0
Mahaboobnagar 55.4 25.5 15 Dowry Deaths 9 4

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 4 7


31.55 31.55
25.5
17 Dowry Harassment 91 194

18 Rape Cases 55 64

19 SC/ST Offences 53 64

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 3293 2498

223
224
Medak
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl. Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
No No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 7.67 1 Murders 43 34

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 2945 2 Att. to Murders 10 14

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 9 4

4 Revenue Mandals 20 4 Hurt Cases 254 285

5 Villages 381 5 Riotings 10 5

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 3 6

7 Circles 6 7 Dacoities 0 2

8 Police Stations 22 8 Robberies 10 3

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 123 88

10 UI Cases 696 10 Thefts 208 121

11 PT Cases 2949 11 Cheatings 55 71

12 Pending execution of NBWs 195 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 2 6

Medak State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 1

Detection % Conviction % 14 Gender Offences 219 179


60.2
62.0
Medak 60.2 39.1 15 Dowry Deaths 9 4

State Average 39.1


62.0 16 Dowry Murders 1 0
31.55 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 121 127

18 Rape Cases 23 26

19 SC/ST Offences 19 28

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1719 1694

225
226
Nagarkurnool
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE
YEARS 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
Sl.
Crime Head 2015 2016
No

1 Total Population (lakhs) 8.62 1 Murders 38 24

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 6824 2 Att. to Murders 9 12

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 10 6

4 Revenue Mandals 22 4 Hurt Cases 284 321

5 Villages 200 5 Riotings 6 2

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 2 3

7 Circles 6 7 Dacoities 0 1

8 Police Stations 30 8 Robberies 4 0

9 Outposts 1 9 Burglaries 58 50

10 UI Cases 1053 10 Thefts 282 266

11 PT Cases 4215 11 Cheatings 48 46

12 Pending execution of NBWs 201 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 2 3

Nagarkurnool State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection % Conviction 1
%4 Gender Offences 191 162
62.0
Nagarkurnool 45.9 5.8 15 Dowry Deaths 4 0
45.9
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 7 1
31.55 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 76 70

5.8 18 Rape Cases 35 23

19 SC/ST Offences 29 30

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1496 1581

227
228
Nalgonda
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
Sl.
Crime Head 2015 2016
No

1 Total Population (lakhs) 16.18 1 Murders 41 40

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 2850 2 Att. to Murders 42 74

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 19 22

4 Revenue Mandals 31 4 Hurt Cases 942 1011

5 Villages 566 5 Riotings 33 19

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 2 5

7 Circles 10 7 Dacoities 1 0

8 Police Stations 37 8 Robberies 6 15

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 166 187

10 UI Cases 1848 10 Thefts 279 214

11 PT Cases 11779 11 Cheatings 242 288

12 Pending execution of NBWs 330 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 18 19

Nalgonda State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 2 1

67.1
Detection % Conviction 1
%4 Gender Offences 625 579
62.0
Nalgonda 67.1 45.2 15 Dowry Deaths 17 12
45.2
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 2 3
31.5531.55
17 Dowry Harassment 317 249

18 Rape Cases 52 41

19 SC/ST Offences 94 122

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 4462 5066

229
230
Nirmal
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE
YEARS 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
Sl.
Crime Head 2015 2016
No

1 Total Population (lakhs) 7.09 1 Murders 18 12

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3845 2 Att. to Murders 17 10

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 3 8

4 Revenue Mandals 19 4 Hurt Cases 363 376

5 Villages 430 5 Riotings 3 16

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 0 2

7 Circles 7 7 Dacoities 0 2

8 Police Stations 26 8 Robberies 2 2

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 72 50

10 UI Cases 600 10 Thefts 141 112

11 PT Cases 3864 11 Cheatings 41 75

12 Pending execution of NBWs 383 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 8 6

Nirmal State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 1 1

Detection
73.1 % Conviction 1
%4 Gender Offences 241 283

Nirmal 62.0 73.1 46.3 15 Dowry Deaths 7 1


46.3
State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 2 0
31.55
31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 157 200

18 Rape Cases 6 15

19 SC/ST Offences 15 20

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1823 2098

231
232
Rajanna Sircilla
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE
YEARS 2015-2016
Vital Statistics Sl.No
Sl.
Crime Head 2015 2016
No

1 Total Population (lakhs) 5.49 1 Murders 10 16

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 2530 2 Att. to Murders 21 23

3 Revenue Divisions 1 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 8 19

4 Revenue Mandals 13 4 Hurt Cases 193 220

5 Villages 171 5 Riotings 16 11

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 1 0

7 Circles 4 7 Dacoities 0 1

8 Police Stations 19 8 Robberies 1 4

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 72 60

10 UI Cases 580 10 Thefts 91 67

11 PT Cases 3911 11 Cheatings 72 81

12 Pending execution of NBWs 832 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 5 4

Rajanna Sircilla State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection % Conviction 1
%4 Gender Offences 165 137
59.8
62.0
Rajanna Sircilla 59.8 23.6 15 Dowry Deaths 7 7

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 0 1


31.55 31.55
23.6 17 Dowry Harassment 74 48

18 Rape Cases 6 12

19 SC/ST Offences 24 13

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1134 1163

233
234
Sanga Reddy
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl.N Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
o No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 15.28 1 Murders 34 60

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4464 2 Att. to Murders 4 29

3 Revenue Divisions 3 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 26 8

4 Revenue Mandals 26 4 Hurt Cases 545 531

5 Villages 601 5 Riotings 17 23

6 Sub-Divisions 4 6 Murders for Gain 7 8

7 Circles 18 7 Dacoities 3 1

8 Police Stations 27 8 Robberies 7 16

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 184 180

10 UI Cases 1095 10 Thefts 476 304

11 PT Cases 4926 11 Cheatings 144 185

12 Pending execution of NBWs 296 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 11 8

Sanga Reddy State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 2

Detection
63.5 % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 421 410
62.0
Sanga Reddy 63.5 34.7 15 Dowry Deaths 17 22

State Average 62.0


34.7 31.55 16 Dowry Murders 0 2
31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 182 173

18 Rape Cases 38 36

19 SC/ST Offences 71 78

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 3126 3130

235
236
Suryapet
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl.N Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
o No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 9.56 1 Murders 28 42

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4348 2 Att. to Murders 18 34

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 14 14

4 Revenue Mandals 19 4 Hurt Cases 621 741

5 Villages 303 5 Riotings 19 16

6 Sub-Divisions 2 6 Murders for Gain 0 1

7 Circles 8 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 22 8 Robberies 6 4

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 81 109

10 UI Cases 1096 10 Thefts 203 183

11 PT Cases 8485 11 Cheatings 120 197

12 Pending execution of NBWs 149 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 30 27

Suryapet State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 2

73.6
Detection % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 329 337

Suryapet 62.0 73.6 21.5 15 Dowry Deaths 1 3

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 3 3


31.55
31.55
21.5 17 Dowry Harassment 140 143

18 Rape Cases 37 46

19 SC/ST Offences 35 92
Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 2703 3387

237
238
Vikarabad
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl.N Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
o No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 9.27 1 Murders 55 36

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 3586 2 Att. to Murders 34 32

3 Revenue Divisions 2 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 16 18

4 Revenue Mandals 18 4 Hurt Cases 424 344

5 Villages 503 5 Riotings 5 3

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 11 4

7 Circles 7 7 Dacoities 1 0

8 Police Stations 16 8 Robberies 7 4

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 88 63

10 UI Cases 689 10 Thefts 140 119

11 PT Cases 4709 11 Cheatings 67 78

12 Pending execution of NBWs 157 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 5 5

Vikarabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 4

Detection
63.3 % Conviction
14% Gender Offences 257 308
62.0
Vikarabad 63.3 12.9 15 Dowry Deaths 6 6

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 1 1


31.55 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 133 148
12.9
18 Rape Cases 25 47

19 SC/ST Offences 26 57
Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1818 1658

239
240
Wanaparthy
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl.N Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
o No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 5.78 1 Murders 17 17

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 4426 2 Att. to Murders 10 11

3 Revenue Divisions 1 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 16 7

4 Revenue Mandals 14 4 Hurt Cases 180 209

5 Villages 223 5 Riotings 9 7

6 Sub-Divisions 1 6 Murders for Gain 3 2

7 Circles 3 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 14 8 Robberies 3 1

9 Outposts 0 9 Burglaries 58 43

10 UI Cases 487 10 Thefts 153 135

11 PT Cases 2987 11 Cheatings 42 26

12 Pending execution of NBWs 88 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 0 8

Wanaparthy State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 1

Detection % Conviction %
14 Gender Offences 127 120
62.0
52.1
Wanaparthy 52.1 16.0 15 Dowry Deaths 0 5

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 0 1


31.55 31.55
17 Dowry Harassment 30 45
16.0
18 Rape Cases 25 20

19 SC/ST Offences 17 25

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 1028 984

241
242
RP Secunderabad
INCIDENCE OF COG. CRIME FOR THE YEARS
Sl.N Sl. 2015-2016
Vital Statistics
o No
Crime Head 2015 2016

1 Total Population (lakhs) 0.00 1 Murders 4 2

2 Area (in Sq.Kms) 0 2 Att. to Murders 2 1

3 Revenue Divisions 0 3 Kidnappings & Abductions 1 1

4 Revenue Mandals 0 4 Hurt Cases 13 9

5 Villages 0 5 Riotings 1 1

6 Sub-Divisions 3 6 Murders for Gain 0 0

7 Circles 4 7 Dacoities 0 0

8 Police Stations 12 8 Robberies 4 3

9 Outposts 17 9 Burglaries 1 1

10 UI Cases 877 10 Thefts 596 576

11 PT Cases 556 11 Cheatings 4 46

12 Pending execution of NBWs 131 12 Cr.Br. Of Trust 0 0

RP Secunderabad State Average 13 Counterfeit Currency 0 0

Detection % Conviction % 14 Gender Offences 9 2


62.0
RP Secunderabad 25.0
49.4 49.4 15 Dowry Deaths 0 0

State Average 62.0 16 Dowry Murders 0 0


31.55 31.55
25.0
17 Dowry Harassment 0 0

18 Rape Cases 2 0

19 SC/ST Offences 1 0

Detection % Conviction % 20 Tot.Cog.Crimes 705 696

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COMMISSIIONERATE
P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the Court
jurisdiction
1 VI MM Medchal Alwal
2 JFCM, Kalwakurthy Amanlgal
3 IX MM Kukatpally Balanagar
4 IX MM Kukatpally Chandanagar
5 JFCM, Chevella Chevella
6 VI MM Medchal Dundigal
7 XXV MM Miyapur Gachibowli
8 VI MM Medchal Jagadgirigutta
9 VI MM Medchal Jeedimetla
10 JFCM, Shadnagar Keshampet
11 JFCM, Shadnagar Kondurg
12 JFCM, Shadnagar Konthur
13 IX MM Kukatpally KPHB
14 IX MM Kukatpally Kukatpally
15 IX MM Kukatpally Madhapur
16 VIII MM Rajendranagar Mailardevpally
17 VI MM Medchal Medchal
18 IX MM Kukatpally Miyapur
19 VIII MM Rajendranagar Moinabad
20 VIII MM Rajendranagar Narsingi
21 VI MM Medchal Pet Basheerabad
22 VIII MM Rajendranagar Raidurgam
23 VIII MM Rajendranagar Rajendranagar
24 JFCM, Sanga Reddy Ramachandrapuram
25 VIII MM Rajendranagar RGI Airport
26 IX MM Kukatpally Sanathnagar
27 JFCM, Chevella Shabad
28 JFCM, Shadnagar Shadnagar
29 VI MM Medchal Shamirpet
30 VIII MM Rajendranagar Shamshabad
31 JFCM, Chevella Shankarpally
32 JFCM, Kalwakurthy Talakondapally

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ALL COURTS JURISDICTION PROFILE OF HYDERABAD COMMISSIIONERATE
 Police Stations which comes under the Name of the
Sl. No Name of the Court 
jurisdiction circle
Charminar, Kalapathar, Bahadurpura,
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Hussaini Alam, Kamatipura,
1 South Zone 
Court  Chandrayangutta, Chatrinaka, Shahalibanda,
Falakunama 
VII Addl. Chief Metropolitan
2 Santoshnagar, Madannapet, Kanchanbagh South Zone 
Magistrate Court 
VIII Addl. Chief Metropolitan Mirchowk, Rein Bazar, Dabeerpura,
3 South Zone 
Magistrate Court  Moghalpura, Bhavaninagar.
Ist   Addl. Chief Metropolitan
4 Saifabad  Central Zone
Magistrate Court 
II  Addl. Chief Metropolitan
5 Abids Central Zone
Magistrate Court 
III   Metropolitan Magistrate
6 Begumbazar Central Zone
Court 
IX  Addl. Chief Metropolitan Chikkadapally, Musheerabad, Gandhiangar,
7 Central Zone
Magistrate Court  Narayanaguda
XI   Addl. Chief Metropolitan
8 Ramgopalpet Central Zone
Magistrate Court 
XII   Addl. Chief Metropolitan
9 Nampally Central Zone
Magistrate Court 
II   Addl. Chief Metropolitan
10 Sulthanbazar, Afzalgunj East Zone
Magistrate Court 
IV   Addl. Chief Metropolitan
11 Kachiguda, Nallakunta, O.U.Sity, Amberpet  East Zone
Magistrate Court 
VII  Addl. Chief Metropolitan
12 Malakpet East Zone
Magistrate Court 
VIII  Addl. Chief Metropolitan
13 Chadharghat, Saidabad East Zone
Magistrate Court 
I  Addl. Chief Metropolitan Manghalhat, Habeebnagar, Shayanthgunj,
14 West Zone
Magistrate Court  Kulsumpura
III  Addl. Chief Metropolitan
15 Jublee Hills, Banjara Hills, S.R. Nagar  West Zone
Magistrate Court 
VI  Addl. Chief Metropolitan Asifnagar, Humayunnagar, Tappachabutra,
16 West Zone
Magistrate Court  Golconda, Langerhouse
XIV Addl. Chief Metropolitan
17 Panjagutta West Zone
Magistrate Court 
X   Addl. Chief Metropolitan Gopalapuram, Chilakalaguda, Lalaguda,
18 North Zone
Magistrate Court  Tukaramgate, Market, Marredpally.
XI   Addl. Chief Metropolitan Mahankali, Karkhana, Begumpet,
19 North Zone
Magistrate Court  Bowenpally, Bollaram, Trimulghery
XII Addl. Chief Metropolitan
20 Central Crime Station, Hyderabad City
Magistrate Court 
Women PS, CCS, DD
XIII  Addl. Chief Metropolitan
21 Women PS, (Sec.bad N/Z)
Magistrate Court 
Women PS, South Zone.

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COMMISSIONERATE
Sl. P.S. which comes
Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. under the jurisdiction
Dist. Sessions Court, KNR Karimnagar-I Town PS Karimnagar-I Town PS
1 Karimnagar-II Town PS Karimnagar-II Town PS
1st Addl. Sessions Court, KNR Karimnagar-III Town PS Karimnagar-III Town PS
2 Karimnagar Rural PS Karimnagar Rural PS
3rd Addl. Sessions Court, KNR Kothapalli PS Karimnagar Rural PS
3
Karimnagar Traffic PS Karimnagar Traffic PS
4 4th Addl. Sessions Court, KNR KarimnagarWomenPS KarimnagarWomenPS
CCS Karimnagar CCS Karimnagar
Spl. SC/ST KNR & 5th Addl. LMD Colony PS Thimmapur
Sessions Court, KNR Manakondur PS Thimmapur
5
Chigurumamidi PS Thimmapur
6 PCR Court (Spl. Mobile) KNR Ganneruvaram PS Thimmapur
Choppadandi PS Choppadandi
7 Asst. Sessions Court, KNR Ramadugu PS Choppadandi 
Gangadhara PS Choppadandi  
8 Addl. M.M. Court, KNR

9 Spl JFCM Excise KNR

10 Second Special M.M. Court KNR
Huzurabad PS Huzurabad Town
Addl. JFCM Court Huzurabad Saidapur PS Huzurabad Rural
(Functioning from 19.07.2008) Keshavapatnam PS Huzurabad Rural
11
Jammikunta PS Jammikunta Town
Veenavanka PS Jammikunta Rural
MM Court Huzurabad Ellandhakunta PS Jammikunta Rural
12

Asst. Sessions Court, Huzurabad
13
Gangadhara PS Choppadandi
M.M. Court, Vemulawada
14

Asst. Sessions, Sircilla
15
Chigurumamidi PS Thimmapur
M.M. Court Husnabad
16

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Sl. S Name of the P.S.s


Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No No. covered
Prl. DIST. & SESSIONS
1 1 All Police Stations All Circles
JUDGE, KHAMMAM
Spl. Judge for SC/St Act
2 2 All Police Stations All Circles
cases, Khammam
3 Family Court, Khammam 3 All Police Stations All Circles
4 1St ADJ Khammam 4 All Police Stations All Circles
5 2nd ADJ(FTC-1), Khammam 5 All Police Stations All Circles
6 3rd ADJ(FTC-2), Khammam 6 All Police Stations All Circles
7 4th ADJ(FTC-3), Khammam 7 All Police Stations All Circles
Khammam Sub-Divison Khammam Rural,
PSs & Konijerla and Kusumanchi, Wyra,
8 ASJ Khammam 8
Chinthakani PS (Wyra Madhira, Sathupalli
Sub-division) Rural
9 Prl. Jr. Civil Judge, Khammam 9 Civil cases  All Circles
Spl;. JFCM for Extremist
10 11 All Police Stations All Circles
Cases, Khammam
11 Juvenile Court, Khammam 12 All Police Stations All Circles
District Legal Services Monitoring Lok-Adalath
12 13 All Circles
Authrotiy cases 
13 Consumer form court 14 All Consumer Cases All Circles
Wyra circle,
Senior Civil Judge( ASJ), Sathupalli & Wyra Sub- Madhira Circle,
14 19
Sathupalli Division Police stations Sathuplli Rural
circle.
JFCM COURTS
1 Khammam I Town    SHO
1 Ist Addl. JFCM at Khammam 2 Khammam II Town   SHO
3 Khammam Women  SHO
4 Khanapur Haveli SHO
2 IInd Addl. JFCM at Khammam 5 Khammam Rural 
Khammam Rural
6 Mudigonda 
7 Khammam III Town SHO
3 IIIrd Addl. JFCM at Khammam 8 Konijerla 
Wyra circle
9 Chinthakani 
10 Khammam Traffic   SHO
Special Mobile Court JFCM 11 Kusumanchi    
4
Khammam 12 Thirumalayapalem  Kusumanchi circle
13 Nelakondapally 
14 Wyra         
Wyra circle

6 JFCM Madhira
248
Sl. S Name of the P.S.s
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No No. covered
Wyra circle
15 Thallada         
16 Madhira Town    
6 JFCM Madhira
17 Madhira Rural   
Madhira Circle
18 Bonakal              
19 Yerrupalem        
20 Sathupally SHO
JFCM & Junior Civil Judgem,
7 21 Vemsoor
Sathupally
22 Kallur
Sathupalli Rural
8 A.JFCM Sathupally 23 V.M.Banjar

9 I st Addl.JFCM Kothagudem 24 Enkur Sathupalli Rural


25 Karepally             
10 JFCM   Yellandu     Singareni Circle
26 Kamepally         
11 Court Not allotted 27 Raghunadhapalem (New) Khammam rural
Khammam Sub-Divison
Spl. JFCM Prohibition & PSs & Konijerla and Khammam Rural,
12 28
Excise, Khammam Chinthakani PS (Wyra Kusumanchi, Wyra,
Sub-division)

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P.S. which comes under the


Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
jurisdiction

1ST ADDL. JFCM COURT, SHO-TOWN-I, II, III, IV ,  NIZAMABAD TOWN


1
NIZAMABAD SHO WOMEN P.S CIRCLE
SHO-RURAL PS,
2ND ADDL. JFCM, COURT NIZAMABAD RURAL
2 TOWN-V, NAVIPET, MAKLOOR
NIZAMABAD.  CIRCLE 
PS , 
SPL. MOBILE JFCM COURT, ALL PSS OF NIZAMABAD
3  --
NIZAMABAD  COMMISSIONERATE. 
SPL. EXCISE & PROHIBITION ALL PSS OF NIZAMABAD SUB-  NZB TOWN, NZB RURAL
4
JFCM COURT NIZAMABAD  DIVISION. & DICHPALLY CIRCLE.  
SHO- BODHAN AND SHO BODHAN & RURAL
5 JFCM COURT, BODHAN
YEDAPALLY. CIRCLE 
ADDL. JFCM COURT, KOTAGIR, VARNI AND RENJAL.
6 BODHAN RURAL  CIRCLE
BODHAN
SHO-ARMOOR,  BALKONDA, ARMOOR RURAL CIRCLE
7 JFCM COURT, ARMOOR
NANDIPET, JAKRANPALLY.
DICHPALLY CIRCLE
ADDL. JFCM COURT,
8 VELPOOR, ARMOOR RURAL CIRCLE
ARMOOR
BHEEMGAL, MORTHAD,
ADDL. JFCM COURT,
9 KAMMARPALLY AND BHEEMGAL CIRCLE
ARMOOR
SIRIKONDA

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COMMISSIONERATE

P.S. which comes Name of the


Sl. No. Name of the Court
under the jurisdiction circle.
1-GHATKESAR-3.   
2-MEERPET-1,             
1 SPL-1
3-MEDIPALLY-3,        
4-NACHARAM-5
1-MEDIPALLY-2,      
2 SPL-2 2-L.B.NAGAR-6,      
3-PHADISHAREEF-30,
1-MEERPET-1,                   
2-MEDIPALLY-1,        
3 SPL-3
3-L.B.NAGAR-14,               
4-UPPAL-9                        
1-L.B.NAGAR-4,                
4 SPL-4
2-PHADISHAREEF-08,    
1-GHATKESAR-3,         
2-SAROORNAGAR-2,  
3-L.B.NAGAR-9,      
5 SPL-5
4-CHAITHANYAPURI-05,      
5-PHADISHAREEF-1,      
6-UPPAL-2
1-GHATKESAR-2,       
2-SAROORNAGAR-4,       
3-MEDIPALLY-20,       
6 SPL-6 4-L.B.NAGAR-6,    
5-CHAITHANYAPURI-05,
6-PHADISHAREEF-2,          
7-UPPAL-3                
1-GHATKESAR-3,        
2-SAROORNAGAR-1,             
3-MEDIPALLY-01,       
7 SPL-7
4-L.B.NAGAR-02,        
5-CHAITHANYAPURI-02, 
6-PHADISHAREEF-1
1-GHATKESAR-2,           
8 SPL-8 2-MEERPET-2,      
3-L.B.NAGAR-11,
1-MEERPET-2,          
9 SPL-9 2-L.B.NAGAR-08,             
3-UPPAL-3  
 1-MEDIPALLY-01,        
10 SPL-10 2-L.B.NAGAR-05,        
3-UPPAL-2
11 SPL-01 Ibrahim Patnam
12 SPL-01
13 SPL-02 Malkajgiri 
14 SPL-03

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COMMISSI0NERATE
Sl. P.S. which comes under
Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. the jurisdiction
1 JFCM  Bellampalli- I (T)
BELLAMPALLI Bellampalli - II (T) BELLAMPALLI 
Tallagurijala CIRCLE
Nennal
Tandur TANDUR CIRCLE
Madaram
Bheemini
Kannepalli
Kasipet MANDAMARRI
Devapur CIRCLE
2 SUB-COURT Bellampalli- I (T) -
ASIFABAD Bellampalli - II (T) BELLAMPALLI 
Tallagurijala CIRCLE
Nennal
Tandur TANDUR CIRCLE
Madaram
Bheemini
Kannepalli
Kasipet MANDAMARRI
Devapur CIRCLE
3 1ST ADDL. JFCM  Mandamarri MANDAMARRI
MANCHERIAL Ramakrishnapur CIRCLE
4 SUB-COURT Mandamarri MANDAMARRI
MANCHERIAL Ramakrishnapur CIRCLE
5 SESSION COURT Bellampalli- I (T) -
ADILABAD Bellampalli - II (T) BELLAMPALLI 
Tallagurijala CIRCLE
Nennal
Tandur TANDUR CIRCLE
Madaram
Bheemini
Kannepalli
Mandamarri MANDAMARRI
Ramakrishnapur CIRCLE
Kasipet
Devapur
6 Asst.Session Mancherial T SHO Mancherial T
Judge Court, CCC Naspur Mancherial®
Mancherial Srirampur Srirampur
Jaipur Srirampur
Bheemaram Srirampur
Chennur SHO Chennur T
Kotapalli Chennur®
Neelwai Chennur®

252
Sl. P.S. which comes under
Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. the jurisdiction
7 Ist Addl JFCM, CCC Naspur Mancherial®
Mancherial Srirampur Srirampur
8 IInd Addl JFCM, Mancherial T SHO Mancherial T
Mancherial WPS Mancherial SHO WPS
9 Prl JFCM, Mancherial T SHO Mancherial T
Mancherial CCC Naspur Mancherial®
Srirampur Srirampur
10 Sub Court, Luxettipet Luxettipet
Luxettipet Dandepalli Luxettipet
Jannaram Luxettipet
Hajipur Mancherial®
11 JFCM Court, Luxettipet Luxettipet
Luxettiper Dandepalli Luxettipet
Jannaram Luxettipet
Hajipur Mancherial®
12 JFCM Court, Jaipur Srirampur
Chennur Chennur SHO Chennur T
Bheemaram Srirampur
Kotapalli Chennur®
Neelwai Chennur®
13 GDK I T 1st addl JFCM court GDK I T
Godavarikhani
14 Ramagundam PS 2nd Addl. JFCM, Ramagundam circle 
Godavarikhani
15 NTPC 1st Addl. JFCM, Ramagundam circle 
Godavarikhani
16 Anthergaon PS 2nd Addl. JFCM, Ramagundam circle 
Godavarikhani
17 GDK IIT JFCM Manthani                    1 GDK II T
st addl. JFCM  court
Godavarikhani
18 KAMANPOOR JFCM Manthani       ,       ASJ GDK II T
Manthani   
19 MANTHANI JFCM Manthani       ,       ASJ Manthani Circle
Manthani   
20 Ramagiri JFCM Manthani       ,       ASJ Manthani Circle
Manthani   
21 Mutharam JFCM Manthani       ,       ASJ Manthani Circle
Manthani   
22 Asst. Sessions Peddapalli, Dharmaram, Peddapalli, Dharmapuri,
Court, Peddapalli Basanthnagar, Velgatoor, Sultanabad, GDK (I), GDK (II)
Sultanabad, Kalvasrirampur, & Ramagundam  Circles.
Pothkapalli, Julapalli,
Godavarikhani (I) Town,
Godavarikhani (II) Town,
Ramagundam, NTPC &
Anthergoan Police Stations. 

253
Sl. P.S. which comes under
Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. the jurisdiction
23 JFCM Court, Peddapalli, Dharmaram, Peddapalli & Dharmapuri
Peddapalli Basanthnagar & Velgatoor Circles.
Police Stations. 
24 Judicial Magistrate Peddapalli, Dharmaram, Peddapalli & Dharmapuri
of Second Class, Basanthnagar & Velgatoor Circles.
Peddapalli Police Stations. 
25 Judicial First Class PS Sulthanabad, Sulthanabad Circle
Magistrate Court, PS Pothkapalli,
Sulthanabad PS Kalva Srirampur, and PS
Julapalli

254
ALL COURTS JURISDICTION PROFILE OF SIDDIPET DISTRICT

P.S. which comes Name of the


Sl. No. Name of the Court
under the circle.
1 Addl. JFCM court at Siddipet I, II  towns
jurisdiction Siddipet-Rural
Siddipet  town  and  Siddipet-Rural, circle
Rajgopalpet,Chinnak
odur. 
2 JFCM Court at Dubbak Dubbak, Mirdoddi, Dubbak Circle
Bhoompally

3 JFCM Court at Husnabad Husnabad, Koheda, Husnabad  Circle


Akkannapet

4 Addl. JFCM Court, Bejjanki Siddipet-Rural


Husnabad circle

5 Addl. JFCM court at Gajwel, Mulugu, Gajwel circle 


Gajwel town  Gowraram, Markuk
Jagadevpur 

6 Addl JFCM Jangaon Cherial, Maddur, Cherial Circle 


Komuravelly

7 JFCM Court at Dubbak Thoguta  Thoguta Circle

8 Addl. JFCM at Gajwel Doulthabad , Thoguta Circle


Begumpet P.S,
Raipole 

9 JFCM Gajwel & Addl. Kukunoorpally  Thoguta Circle


JFCM Siddipet

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COMMISSIONERATE
Sl. Police Stations which comes
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No. under the jurisdiction
Millscolony
Inthezargunj
Atmakur
WPS
Inavolu
Sangem Parwathagiri Circle
I Addl. JFCM Court
1 Parwathagiri
Warangal
Geesugonda
Zaffergadh
Wardhannapet Circle
Wardhannapet
Madikonda
Hasanparthy
Mamnoor
Subedari
Dharmasagar
IV Addl. JFCM Court Velair Elakathurthy Circle
3
Warangal Ghanpur(W)
Chilpur Raghunathpally Circle
Kazipet
KUC
VI Addl. JFCM Court
4 Matwada
Warangal
Hanamkonda
Rayaparthy Wardhannapet Circle
5 Addl.JFCM Thorrur
Kodakandla Palakurthy Circle

Parkal
6 JFCM, Court Parkal
Shyampet
Narsampet
Duggondi 
Nallabelli Duggondi Circle
7 JFCM, Court Narsampet
Khanapur
Nekkonda
Nekkonda Circle
Chennaraopet
JFCM, Court Huzurabad
Addl. Asst. Sub Court Elakathurthy
8
Huzurabad
Kamalapur
JFCM, Court Husnabad Elakathurthy Circle
Addl. Asst. Sub Court Vangara
9 Huzurabad
Mulkanoor
PRL. JFCM, Court Jangaon Jangaon
Addl. Asst. Sub Court
Narmetta
Jangaon
10 Narmetta Circle
Bachannapet
Tharigoppula
Lingala Ghanpur Raghunathpally Circle

256
Sl. Police Stations which comes
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No. under the jurisdiction
JFCM, Court Jangaon Palakurthy
Addl. Asst. Sub Court Palakurthy Circle
Devaruppula
11 Jangaon
Raghunathpally
JFCM, Court Alair Raghunathpally Circle
12 Gundala
Addl. Asst. Sub Court Alair
Subedari
Dharmasagar
Spl. JFCM for PCR Cases
13 Ghanpur(w)
Court Warangal
Hanamkonda
Kazipet
Kazipet
Subedari
Hanamkonda
Spl. JFCM for Excise
14 KUC
Cases Court Warangal
Matwada
Inthezargunj
Millscolony
Principal Dist Sessions
15 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
I Addl. Dist Sessions Court
16 All Police Stations
Warangal
II Addl. Dist Sessions
17 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
III Addl. Dist Sessions
18 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
IV Addl. Dist Sessions
19 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
Jangaon, Bachannapet, Narmetta,
SHO Jangaon
Tharigoppula, Raghunathpally,
V Addl. Dist Sessions
20 Devaruppula, Palakurthy,  Raghunathpally Cirlce
Court Jangaon
Lingala Ghanpur Palakurthy Circle
Gundala
VI Addl. Dist Sessions Rayaparthy Wardhannapet Circle
21
Court Mahaboobabad Kodakandla Palakurthy Circle
VII Addl.Dist Sessions
22 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
VIII Addl.Dist Sessions
23 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
Principal Addl.Asst.
24 All Police Stations
Sessions Court Warangal
I Addl.Asst. Sessions
25 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
II Addl.Asst. Sessions
26 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
III Addl.Asst. Sessions
27 All Police Stations
Court Warangal
Addl.Asst. Sessions Court Rayaparthy
28 Wardhannapet Circle
Mahabubabad Kodakandla

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Sl. Police Stations which comes
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No. under the jurisdiction
Millscolony
I Addl. Second Class Inthezargunj
29 Magistrate Court Warangal Atmakur
(Only petty cases Court) Madikonda
Hasanparthy
Dharmasagar
II Addl. Second Class Subedari
30 Magistrate Court Warangal KUC
(Only petty cases Court) Kazipet Traffic
Kazipet
Matwada
Warangal Traffic
Hanamkonda
II Addl. Second Class Hanamkonda Traffic
Magistrate Court Mamnoor
31
Warangal, (Only petty Sangem Parwathagiri Circle
cases Court) Parwathagiri
Geesugonda
Wardhannapet
Wardhannapet Circle
Zaffergadh

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Sl. No. Name of the Court P.S. which comes under the jurisdiction Name of the circle.

ADD-I(T), ADD-II(T), WPS ADD, ADD Traffic, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
ADD®, Tamsi, Talamadugu,Mavala, Jainath, 2.Jainath Circle
District and Sessions Court, Bela, Bheempur, Boath, Bazarhatnoor, 3.Boath Circle
1
Adilabad Utnoor, Indervelly, Narnoor, Gadiguda, 4.Utnoor Circle
Itchoda, Neradigonda, Gudihatnoor, 5.Narnoor Circle
Sirikonda 6.Itchoda Circle

ADD-I(T), ADD-II(T), WPS ADD, ADD Traffic, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
ADD®, Tamsi, Talamadugu,Mavala, Jainath, 2.Jainath Circle
I Addl. District and Sessions Bela, Bheempur, Boath, Bazarhatnoor, 3.Boath Circle
2
Court, Adilabad Utnoor, Indervelly, Narnoor, Gadiguda, 4.Utnoor Circle
Itchoda, Neradigonda, Gudihatnoor, 5.Narnoor Circle
Sirikonda 6.Itchoda Circle

ADD-I(T), ADD-II(T), WPS ADD, ADD Traffic, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
ADD®, Tamsi, Talamadugu,Mavala, Jainath, 2.Jainath Circle
Family Court-Cum-
Bela, Bheempur, Boath, Bazarhatnoor, 3.Boath Circle
3 Addl.District and Session
Utnoor, Indervelly, Narnoor, Gadiguda, 4.Utnoor Circle
Cour, Adilabad.
Itchoda, Neradigonda, Gudihatnoor, 5.Narnoor Circle
Sirikonda 6.Itchoda Circle

ADD-I(T), ADD-II(T), WPS ADD, ADD Traffic, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
ADD®, Tamsi, Talamadugu,Mavala, Jainath, 2.Jainath Circle
Spl. Judge for Trial of cases
Bela, Bheempur, Boath, Bazarhatnoor, 3.Boath Circle
4 under SCs & STs (POA)
Utnoor, Indervelly, Narnoor, Gadiguda, 4.Utnoor Circle
Act, Adilabad
Itchoda, Neradigonda, Gudihatnoor, 5.Narnoor Circle
Sirikonda 6.Itchoda Circle

ADD-I(T), ADD-II(T), WPS ADD, ADD Traffic, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
ADD®, Tamsi, Talamadugu,Mavala, Jainath, 2.Jainath Circle
Senior Civil Judge's Court, Bela, Bheempur, Boath, Bazarhatnoor, 3.Boath Circle
5
Adilabad. Utnoor, Indervelly, Narnoor, Gadiguda, 4.Utnoor Circle
Itchoda, Neradigonda, Gudihatnoor, 5.Narnoor Circle
Sirikonda 6.Itchoda Circle
Adilabad-I Town, Adilabad-II Town, Adilabad
Junior Civil Judge's Court, W.P.S. Adilabad Traffic, Adilabad Rural, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
6
Adilabad Tamsi, Talamadugu, Jainath, Bela, Mavala, 2.Jainath Circle
Bheempur
Adilabad-I Town, Adilabad-II Town, Adilabad
Spl. JFCM (EXCISE), W.P.S. Adilabad Traffic, Adilabad Rural, 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
7
Adilabad Tamsi, Talamadugu, Jainath, Bela, Mavala, 2.Jainath Circle
Bheempur
Adilabad-I Town, Adilabad-II Town, Adilabad
W.P.S. Adilabad Traffic, Adilabad Rural,
Spl. JFCM MOBILE (PCR), 1.Adialbad Rural Circle
8 Tamsi, Talamadugu, Jainath, Bela,
Adilabad 2.Jainath Circle
Gudihathnoor, Boath, Bazarhahtnoor,
Echoda, Neradigonda, Mavala, Bheempur
Junior Civil Judge's Court, Boath, Bazarhathnoor, Echoda, 1.Boath Circle
9
Boath Neradigonda, Gudihathnoor, Sirkonda 2.Itchoda Circle
Junior Civil Judge's Court, 1.Utnoor Circle
10 Utnoor, Indravelly, Narnoor, Gadiguda
Utnoor 2.Narnoor Circle

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Sl. S Name of the P.S.s


Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No No. covered
Prl. DIST. & SESSIONS
1 1 All Police Stations All Circles
JUDGE, KHAMMAM
Spl. Judge for SC/St Act
2 2 All Police Stations All Circles
cases, Khammam
3 Family Court, Khammam 3 All Police Stations All Circles
4 1St ADJ Khammam 4 All Police Stations All Circles
5 2nd ADJ(FTC-1), Khammam 5 All Police Stations All Circles

6 3rd ADJ(FTC-2), Khammam 6 All Police Stations All Circles


7 4th ADJ(FTC-3), Khammam 7 All Police Stations All Circles
Spl;. JFCM for Extremist
8 11 All Police Stations All Circles
Cases, Khammam
9 Juvenile Court, Khammam 12 All Police Stations All Circles
District Legal Services Monitoring Lok-Adalath
10 13 All Circles
Authrotiy cases 
11 Consumer form court 14 All Consumer Cases All Circles
Kothagudem,
5th ADJ(FTC-4), Bhadradhalam, Manugur
12 15 All Circles
Kothagudem &Yellandu sub-division
Police Stations
Senior Civil Judge,
13 16 Civil cases  All Circles
Kothagudem
Kothagudem,
Prl. Senior Civil Judge, Bhadradhalam, Manugur
14 17 All Circles
Kothgudem ( ASJ ) &Yellandu sub-division
Police Stations
Prl. Junior Civil Judge,
15 18 Civil cases  All Circles
Kothgudem  
Senior Civil Judge( ASJ), Aswaraopeta        
16 19 Aswaraopet circle
Sathupalli Dammapeta
JFCM COURTS
1 Aswaraopeta        
1 A.JFCM Sathupally Aswaraopet circle
2 Dammapeta        
3 Kothaugdem I Town   SHO
4 Kothagudem Traffic
2 I st Addl.JFCM Kothagudem 5 Julurpad Kothagudem Rural
6 Chandrugonda
7 Mulakapally      Palvoncha circle

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Sl. S Name of the P.S.s
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No No. covered
8 Kothagudem II Town   SHO
3 II nd Addl.JFCM Kothagudem
9 Palvoncha Town   Palvoncha circle
10 Kothagudem III Town   SHO
4 III rd Addl.JFCM Kothagudem
11 Palavancha Rural    Palvoncha circle
12 Bhadrachalam Town 
Bhadrachalam circle
13 Bhadrachalam Traffic
5 JFCM Bhadrachalam 14 Cherla                          
Cherla circle
15 Dummugudem             
16 Burgampahad     Palvoncha circle
17 Mangur          SHO
18 Aswapuram -   SHO
6 JFCM  Mangur
19 Edullabayaram   Edulla Bayyaram
20 Karakgudem        circle
21 Yellandu            SHO
22 Tekullapally
23 Allapally Tekulapalli circle
7 JFCM   Yellandu    
24 Bodu
25 Gundala
Gundla circle
26 Komararam
8 Court not allotted 27 Annupreddy palli (New) Kothagudem Rural
9 Court not allotted 28 Chunchupalli(New)
10 Court not allotted 29 Laxmidevipalli(New) Chunchupalli circle
11 Court not allotted 30 Sujathnagar (New)
II nd CLASS MAGISTRACT COURTS ( PETTY CASES )
Kothagudem Sub-division
1 Kothagudem 1
(Except Burgamphad PS)
Aswaraopet 
2 Sathupalli 2
Dammapeta
Bhadrachalam Sub-Division
3 Bhadrachalam 3
(Including Burgamphad PS)
4 Yellandu 4 Yellandu Sub-Division PSs
5 Manugur 5 Manugur Sub-Division PSs

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P.S. which comes


Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
under the jurisdiction
1. Jagtial town PS
Jagtial town
2. Jagtial Trafic PS
1 1st ADDL. JMFCM, Jagtial 3.Jagitial Rural  PS Jagitial Rural
4. Dharmapuri PS
Dharmapuri
5. Buggarama PS
1.Jagitial Rural  PS Jagitial Rural  
2.Sarangapur PS Jagtial Rural
3. Mallial PS
2 2nd  Addl. JFCM Court Jagtial
4. Kodimial PS Mallial
5. Pegadapalli PS
6.Gollapalli P.S. Dharmapuri
1.Velgatoor PS Dharmapuri
3 JFCM Court Peddapalli
2.Jagitial Rural  PS Jagitial Rural  
1. Korutla PS
2. Medipalli PS Korutla circle
4 JFCM Korutla
3. Kathalapur PS
4.Raikal PS Jagtial Rural
1. Metpalli PS
5 JFCM Metpalli 2. Ibrahimpatnam PS Metpalli Circle
3. Mallapur PS

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DISTRICT
P.S. which comes
Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
under the jurisdiction
Mulug
Ghanpur(M)
Venkatapur
Judicial First Class
1 Pasra Mulug ,Pasra & Eturnagaram
Magistrate, Mulug
SS Tadvai
 Eturnagaram
Mangapet
Mulug
Judicial First Class Mobile
2 Pasra Mulug & Pasra
Court, Mulug
SS Tadvai
Mulug
Ghanpur(M)
Spl. IInd Class Magistrate,
3 Venkatapur Mulug & Pasra
Mulug
Pasra
SS Tadvai
Kataram
Koyyur
Judicial First Class Adavi Mutharam
4 Kataram & Mahadevpur 
Magistrate, Manthani Mahadevpur, 
Kaleshwaram
Palimela 
Addl Judicial I & II Class
Kataram
Magistrate
Manthani Koyyur
5 Adavi Mutharam Kataram & Mahadevpur 
Mahadevpur, 
Kaleshwaram
Palimela 
Kataram
Koyyur
Dist Session Court , Adavi Mutharam
6 Kataram & Mahadevpur 
Karimnagar Mahadevpur, 
Kaleshwaram
Palimela 
Kataram
Koyyur
VI Addl Session Court , Adavi Mutharam
7 Kataram & Mahadevpur 
Godavarikhani Mahadevpur, 
Kaleshwaram
Palimela 
Judicial Magistrate First Venkatapuram P.S,
8 Class, Bhadrachalam of  Peruru P.S  Venkatapuram Circle
Bhadradri Kothagudem Wazeedu P.S 
District  Bhupalpally P.S
Chityal P.S
 Bhupalpally S.H.O     Regonda
9  JFCM Court Parkal  Mogullapally P.S
S. H. O   Chityal circle .
Regonda       P.S
Tekumatla   P.S 

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Name of the P.S. which comes


Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court under the jurisdiction
1)     Gadwal Town Gadwal Circle  

2)     Gadwal Rural Gadwal Circle  

3)     Maldakal Gadwal Circle  


JFCM Court
1 4)     Dharoor Gadwal Circle  
Gadwal
5)     Ghattu Gadwal Circle  

6)     KT Doddy  Gadwal Circle  

7)     Ieeja Manopad Circle

1)     Alampur Alampur Circle.

2)     Itikyala Alampur Circle.

3)     Kodandapur Alampur Circle.


 JFCM court
2 4)     Undavelly  Alampur Circle.
Alampur
5)     Manopad Manopad Circle.

6)     Shanthinagar. Manopad Circle.

7)     Rajoli Manopad Circle.

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Sl. P.S. which comes under the
Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. jurisdiction
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Machareddy,Bhiknoor,
1 JFCM Kamareddy  Rural, Bhiknoor and
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai,
Sadashivanagar
Ramareddy, Rajampet
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
Machareddy,Bhiknoor, KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai, Rural, Bhiknoor and
2 IXADJ Kamareddy
Ramareddy, Rajampet, Sadashivanagar Yellareddy
Lingampet, Nagireddipet,
Gandhari
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
Machareddy,Bhiknoor,
KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai,
3 ASJ Kamareddy Rural, Bhiknoor and
Ramareddy, Rajampet,
Sadashivanagar Yellareddy
Lingampet, Nagireddipet,
Gandhari
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Machareddy,Bhiknoor,
4 Spl mobile Kamareddy Rural, Bhiknoor and
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai,
Sadashivanagar
Ramareddy, Rajampet
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Machareddy,Bhiknoor,
5 II Class. Kamareddy Rural, Bhiknoor and
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai,
Sadashivanagar
Ramareddy, Rajampet
Yellareddy, Gandhari, Yellareddy
6 JFCM Yellareddy
Lingampet, Nagireddypet, Sadashivanagar
SHO, PS Banswada,Pitlam,
SHO, Banswada,
7 JFCM Banswada Birkur,  Nasrullabad,
Banswada Rural Circle
Pitlam,Nizamsagar
Bichkunda, Madnoor,
8 JFCM , Bichkunda  Bichkunda
Jukkal,Peddakodapgal
Judicial 2  class court , Bichkunda, Madnoor,
nd
9 Bichkunda
Bichkunda  Jukkal,Peddakodapgal
Banswada, Birkur,Pitlam,
Nizamsagar, SHO, Banswada,
Asst. Session court ,
10 Nasrullabad,Bichkunda, Banswada Rural Circle,
Bodhan 
Madnoor, Bichkunda Circle
Jukkal,Peddakodapgal
11 VII  ADJ, Bodhan  Banswada, Birkur,Pitlam, SHO, Banswada,
Nizamsagar, Banswada Rural Circle,
Nasrullabad,Bichkunda, KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Bichkunda Circle
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
Madnoor, Rural, Bhiknoor and ,
Machareddy,Bhiknoor,
Jukkal,Peddakodapgal Yellareddy

12 I ADJ, Court , nzb  265
Sl. P.S. which comes under the
Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. jurisdiction
Sadashivanagar,  SHO,
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai, Banswada, Banswada
Ramareddy, Rajampet Rural Circle,and  Bichkunda
12 I ADJ, Court , nzb 
Circle
Banswada, Birkur,Pitlam,
Nizamsagar,
Nasrullabad,Bichkunda,
Madnoor,
Jukkal,Peddakodapgal
KMR SHO Town ,KMR
Kamareddy ,Devanpally,
Rural, Bhiknoor and ,
Machareddy,Bhiknoor,
Yellareddy
Sadashivanagar,  SHO,
Sadashivanagar,Tadwai, Banswada, Banswada
Ramareddy, Rajampet Rural Circle,and  Bichkunda
13 Juvenile court ,  nzb
Circle
Banswada, Birkur,Pitlam,
Nizamsagar,
Nasrullabad,Bichkunda,
Madnoor,
Jukkal,Peddakodapgal

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P.S. which comes under
Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
the jurisdiction
1 1. Dist. & Sessions Court, Adilabad, Asifabad  Asifabad
2,  1st Addl. Sessions Court, Adilabad,  Wankidi
Asifabad®
3. Spl. Court of SCs/STs, Adilabad,  Kerameri
4. Juvenile Justice Court Adilabad  Rebbena
Rebbeana
Tiryani
Jainoor
Sirpur-U Jainoor
Lingapur
Kagaznagar Town  Kagaznagar Town
Kagaznagar ®
Easgaon
Kagaznagar ®
Dahegaon
Penchikalpet
Koutala
Sirpur-T
Koutala
Bejjur
Chinthalamanepalli
2 1. 3rd Addl. Sessions Court Asifabad, Asifabad Asifabad
2. Asst. Sessions Court Asifabad Wankidi
Asifabad®
Kerameri
Rebbena
Rebbena
Tiryani
Kagaznagar ®
Easgaon
Kagaznagar ®
Dahegaon
Penchikalpet
Koutala
Sirpur-T
Koutala
Bejjur
Chinthalamanepalli
3 1. Prl. JFCM Court Asifabad. Asifabad Asifabad
2. Addl. JFCM Court, Asifabad, Wankidi
Kerameri Asifabad®
Tiryani
5 JFCM Court Utnoor Jainoor
Surpur-U Jainoor
Lingapur
3 JFCM Court Sirpur Town Kagaznagar Town Kagaznagar Town
Kagaznagar®
Easgaon
Kagaznagar®
Dahegaon
Penchikalpet
Kowtala 
Sirpur-T
Kowatla
Bejjur
Chinthalamanepalli
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Sl. P.S. which comes under the


Name of the Court Name of the circle.
No. jurisdiction
Jr. Civil Judge, 1. Bayyaram 
1 Bayyaram
Yellandu 2. Garla
SHO Dornakal SHO Dornakal
1. Mahabubabad Rural
Addl. JFCM,
2 2. Kuravi Mahabubabad Rural
Mahabubabad
3. Kesamudram
Seerole  Maripeda
Principal JFCM
3 SHO Mahabubabad (T)  SHO Mahabubabad (T) 
Mahabubabad
1. Gudur
4 JFCM Narsampet 2. Kothaguda Gudur
3. Gangaram
1.Thorrur
2. Nellikudur
3.Narsimhulapet Thorrur
Judicial. First. Class.
5 4. Dhanthalapally
Magistrate, Thorrur
5. Peddavangara 
1.Maripeda
Maripeda
2.Chinnagudur

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Sl. P.S. which comes under the
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No. jurisdiction
1 Prl. District &  Sessions Trial of all Grave Cases of the All Circles of  the Mahabubnagar
court, Mahabubnagar District Dist
2 1st Addl.District &  Sessions Trial of all Gravce Cases and also All Circles of the Mahabubnagar
court, Mahabubnagar POCSO Act & Electricity Act Dist
cases 
3 IInd Addl.District & Sessions Trial of all Grave Cases of the All Circles of the Mahabubnagar
Judge (FTC) Mahabubnagar District Dist
4 3rd Addl. District & Sessions Trial of all  Grave cases of   Narva
Judge (FTC)Gadwal of Gadwal PS  Marikal Circle            
Dist. C.C.Kunta PS  Jadcherla Rural
5 7  Addl. Dist.and Sessions
th
Trial of SC/ST (POA) Act Cases All Circles of  the Mahabubnagar
Judge SC/ST court of the District  Dist, 
Mahabubnagar
6 8th Addl. District & Sessions Trial of all Grave Cases of the All Circles in the Mahabubnagar
court & Family court District  Dist, 
Mahabubnagar
7 Prl. Asst. Sessions Court Trial of all Grave Cases of District Except Narayanpet Sub-Divn.
Mahabubnagar  , except  Narayanpet Sub-Divn. Circles
Cases. 
8 Ist Addl. Asst. Sessions Trial of all Grave Cases of the Except Narayanpet Sub-Divn.
Court (FTC) Mahabubnagar  District, except  Narayanpet Sub- Circles
Divn. Cases. 
9 IInd Asst. Sessions Court Trial of all Grave Cases of the Except Narayanpet Sub-Divn.
(FTC) Mahabubnagar  District, except  Narayanpet Sub- Circles
Divn. Cases. 
10 Spl.Court forTrial of cases All Police Stations  of All Circles of Mahabubnagar Dist.
relating to atorcities against Mahabubnagar District
women
11 Asst. Sessions Court Gadwal 1. CC Kunta PS Jadcherla Rural Circle
2. Deverkadra PS
3. Narva PS Marikal Circle
12 Asst Session Judge court 1. Narayanpet PS 1.Naryanpet Circle
Narayanpet 2. Damargidda PS 
3.Maddur PS
4. Kosgi PS

5. Marikal PS 2.Marikal Circle

6. Makthal PS 3. Matkthal Circle
7. Krishna PS
8.Maganoor PS
9. Utkoor PS

13 Asst.Sessions Court Gadwal 1. CC Kunta PS Jadcherla Rural Circle


2. Deverkadra PS
3. Narva PS
14 JFCM Atmakur 1. Narva 1.Marikal Circle
2. CC.Kunta Jadcherla Rural Circle
3.Deverkadra
15 JFCM Jadcherla 1.Jadcherla PS 1. Inspector SHO Jadcherla
2.Boothpur PS 2. Jadcherla Rural
3.Balanagar PS
4. Rajapur. PS

269
Sl. P.S. which comes under the
Name of the Court Name of the Circle
No. jurisdiction
16 JFCM Kalwakurthy 1.Midjil PS 1.Jadcherla Rural Circle
17 JFCM Kodangal 1. Kosgi PS Narayanpet Circle
2. Maddur PS
3. Damargidda PS
18 JFCM Mahabubnagar  1.M'Nagar I Town PS 1. Inspector SHO  I Town PS
M.nagar 
2.M'Nagar II Town PS 2.Inspector SHO  II Town PS
3.Women PS M'Nagar PS M.nagar
3. Inspector SHO Women PS
M'Nagar 
19 JFCM Narayanpet  1. Narayanpet PS 1.Naryanpet Circle

1. Marikal PS 2.Marikal Circle
2. Dhanwada PS

1. Makthal PS
2. Krishna PS 3. Makthal Circle
3.Maganoor PS
4. Utkoor PS

20 JFCM Megistrate 1st Class 1.Nawabpet PS 1.M'Nagar Rural Circle


Spl. Mobile Court
Mahabubnagar  2. Addakal PS 2. Jadcherla Rural  Circle
3. Moosapet PS
21 JFCM Pargi of Vikarabad 1.Mohammadabad PS M.nagar Rural Circle 
Dist.
22 JFCM Proh. And Excise 1. M.Nagar Rural PS Mahabubnagar Rural Circle
Court Mahabubnagar  2. Hanwada PS All Excise cases of all Circles in
3. Koilkonda PS the Mahabubnagar 
All PSs Excise cases in the
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Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
Medak Town, Medak Rural,
Medak Rural, Ramayampet,
Kolcharam, Papannapet,
Narsapur, Toopran,
Ramayampet, Chegunta,
Shankarampet-R, Yeldurthi,
VIII ADDL Dist
1 Narsapur, Kowdipally,
Sessions Court Jogipet
Shivampet,Jinnaram, IDA Bollaram,
Hathnura, Jogipet, Pulkal, 
Alladurg, Tekmal, Shankarampet-A,
Regode.
Medak Town, Medak Rural,
Medak Rural, Ramayampet,
Kolcharam, Papannapet,
Narsapur, Toopran,
Ramayampet, Chegunta,
Shankarampet-R, Yeldurthi,
Asst Sessions
2 Narsapur, Kowdipally,
Court  Jogipet
Shivampet,Jinnaram, IDA Bollaram,
Hathnura, Jogipet, Pulkal, 
Alladurg, Tekmal, Shankarampet-A,
Regode.
Medak Town, Medak Rural,
Kolcharam,  Ramayampet, Medak Rural,
3 JFCM Court 
Chegunta, Ramaympet,Toopran
Shankarampet-R, Yeldurthi,
Medak Town, Medak Rural,
Kolcharam, Papannapet,
Ramayampet, Chegunta,
Shankarampet-R, Yeldurthi,
Special Mobile Medak Rural,
4 Narsapur,Kowdipally,
Court Ramaympet,Toopran
Shivampet,Jinnaram, IDA Bollaram,
Hathnura, Jogipet, Pulkal, 
Alladurg, Tekmal, Shankarampet-A,
Regode.
Medak Town, Medak Rural,
Kolcharam, Papannapet,
5 Morning Court Medak
Ramayampet, Chegunta,
Shankarampet-R, Yeldurthi,

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P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
jurisdiction
1 Asst Session court 1. Nagarkurnool 1.Nagarkurnool
Nagarkurnool 2.Bijinapally 2.Achampet
3.Taddor 3.Kollapur
4.Telkapally
5. Thimmajipet
6. Kollapur
7.Achampet
8.Lingal
9.Amrabad
10.Balmoor
11. Siddapur
12.Uppununtala
13. Eagalpenta
2 Judl. Magistrate of 1. Achampet 1. Achampet
Ist Class Achampet  2. Uppununthala
3. Amrabad
4. Siddapur
5.Balmoor 
6. Lingal
7. Eagalpenta 2. Amrabad
3 JFCM Kalwakurthy 1.Kalwakurthy Kalwakurthy
2.Veldanda
3.Vangoor
4.Talakondapally
4 JFCM Kollapur 1. Kollapur Kollapur
2. Peddakothapally
3.Kodair
4.Veepangandla
5 JFCM Nagarkurnool 1. Nagarkurnool Nagarkurnool
2.Bijinapally
3.Taddor
4.Telkapally
5. Thimmajipet
6 Judl of Ist Class 1. Nagarkurnool Nagarkurnool
Mobile Court 2.Bijinapally
Nagarkurnool  3.Tadoor
4.Telkapally & all Agency area cases

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Sl. NAME OF THE P.S. WHICH COMES
NAME OF THE CIRCLE
No. COURT UNDER THE
1. Nalgonda- I (town) PS
JURISDICTION Inspector Nalgonda
Judl.First Class
1. 2. Kanagal PS CI. Chandur
Magistrate, Nalgonda
3. Narayanapur PS CI. Choutuppal®
1. Nalgonda- II (T) PS CI Nalgonda ®
J.F.C.M (Proh. &
2. 2. Narkatpally PS CI Shaligouraram
Offences, Nalgonda
3. Woman PS Inspector WPS
1. Munugode PS CI, Chandur
J.F.C.M (Special Mobile 2. Chandur PS C.I. Chandur
3.
Court) Nalgonda 3. Thipparthy PS C.I. Shaligouraram
4. Nalgonda ® C.I. Nalgonda ®
1. Nakrekal PS Inspector, Nakrekal
2. Kethapally PS C.I. Shaligouraram
4. J.F.C.M Nakrekal
3. Shaligouraram PS C.I. Shaligouraram
4. Kattangur PS C.I. Shaligouraram
1. Miryalguda -  I (T) PS Inspector, Miryalguda – I (T)
2. Miryalguda – II (T) PS Inspector  Miryalguda- II (T)
3. Miryalaguda ® PS C.I. Miryalguda ®
4. Vemulapally PS C.I. Miryalguda ®
5. J.F.C.M Miryalguda
5. Wadapally PS C.I. Miryalguda ®
6. Tripuraram PS C.I. Miryalguda ®
7. Madugulapally C.I. Miryalguda ®
8. Thirumalgiri C.I. Miryalguda ®
1. Haliya PS C.I. Haliya
2. Vijayapuri (T) PS C.I. Haliya
6. J.F.C.M Nidmanoor
3. Peddavoora PS C.I. Haliya
4. Nidmanoor PS C.I. Haliya
1. Devarakonda PS Inspector, Devarakonda
2. Dindi PS C.I. Dindi
3. Chandampet PS C.I. Dindi
4. Gudipally PS C.I. Dindi
5. Nampally PS C.I.Namapally
7. J.F.C.M Devarakonda 6. Chinthapally PS C.I.Namapally
7. Marriguda PS C.I.Namapally
8. Gurrampode PS C.I.Namapally
9. Adavidevulapally C.I. Dindi
10. Kondamallepally C.I. Dindi
11. Neredugommu C.I. Dindi
8. J.F.C.M Ramannapet 1. Chityala PS Inspector, Chityala

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P.S. which comes


Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
under the jurisdiction
1 Asst Session Court Nirmal Niramal Dist Jurisdiction All Circles of Nirmal Dist 
Nirmal Town PS Nirmal Town Circle
Nirmal Rural PS Nirmal Rural Circle
2 Principal JFCM Nirmal Mamda PS Soan Circle
Kadam PS Khanapur Circle
Dasturabad PS
All Police Station in All Circles in Nirmal Sub-
3 Addl. JFCM Nirmal
Nirmal Sub- Division  Division

All Police Station in All Circles in Nirmal Sub-
4 2nd Class Magistrate Nirmal
Nirmal Sub- Division Division
Bhainsa Town
All Police Station in
5 JFCM Court Bhainsa Bhainsa Rural
Bhainsa Sub- Division
Mudhole Circle

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P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
jurisdiction
Sircilla Town PS Sircilla Town
Thangallapally PS
1 JFCM Sircilla Sircilla Rural
Musthabad PS
Konaraopet PS Chandurthy
Ellanthakunta PS Sircilla Rural
Veernapally PS
2 Addl. JFCM
Yellareddypet PS Yellareddypet
Gambhiraopet PS
Sircilla Town PS Sircilla Town
Thangallapally PS
Sircilla Rural
Musthabad PS
Konaraopet PS Chandurthy
3 Senior Civil Judge Court
Ellanthakunta PS Sircilla Rural
Veernapally PS
Yellareddypet PS Yellareddypet
Gambhiraopet PS
Sircilla Town PS Sircilla Town
Thangallapally PS
Sircilla Rural
Musthabad PS
Konaraopet PS Chandurthy
4 Morning Court (Petty Cases)
Ellanthakunta PS Sircilla Rural
Veernapally PS 
Yellareddypet PS Yellareddypet
Gambhiraopet PS
Vemulawada T PS Vemulawada T
Chandurthy PS
Chandurthy
5 JFCM VEMULAWADA Rudrangi PS
Boinpally PS
Vemulawada Rural
Vemulawada R PS

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Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
SESSION COURTS
1 Principal  District & 1. Sangareddy -T  PS Sangareddy Town 
session judge 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Sangareddy  3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
9. Zaheerabad-R
10. Kohir
11. Cheeragpally
12. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
13. Raikode
14. Jarasangam
15. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
16. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
17 Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
18. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
19. Nagilgidda 
20. Manur
21 Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
22 Kangti
23. Kalher
2 1  Addl District & 1. Sangareddy -T
st  PS Sangareddy Town 
Session court 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Judge Sangareddy 3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8.Jogipet Jogipet Circle
9.Pulkal
10. Vatpally (New PS)
11. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
12. Zaheerabad-R
13. Kohir
14. Cheeragpally
15. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
16. Raikode
17. Jarasangam
18. IDA Bollaram  SHO IDA Bollaram
19. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
20. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
21. Ameenpur (New PS) SHO Ameenpur

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Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
22.Jinnaram Jinnaram Circle
23.Hathnoora
24. Gummadidala (New PS)

25. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
26. Nagilgidda (New PS)
27. Manur
28. Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
29. Kangti
30. Kalher (New PS)
3 2  Addl District & 1. Sangareddy -T
nd  PS Sangareddy Town 
session judge 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
(FTC) Sangareddy 3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
9. Zaheerabad-R
10. Kohir
11. Cheeragpally
12. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
13. Raikode
14. Jarasangam
15. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
16. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
17 Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
18. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
19. Nagilgidda 
20. Manur
21 Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
22 Kangti
23. Kalher
4 V  th ADJ – cum 1. Sangareddy -T  PS Sangareddy Town 
SC/ST court, 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Sangareddy 3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8.Jogipet Jogipet Circle
9.Pulkal
10. Vatpally (New PS)
11. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
12. Zaheerabad-R
13. Kohir
14. Cheeragpally

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Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
15. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
16. Raikode
17. Jarasangam
18. IDA Bollaram  SHO IDA Bollaram
19. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
20. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
21. Ameenpur (New PS) SHO Ameenpur
22.Jinnaram Jinnaram Circle
23.Hathnoora
24. Gummadidala (New PS)

25. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
26. Nagilgidda (New PS)
27. Manur
28. Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
29. Kangti
30. Kalher (New PS)
5 Family court – cum 1. Sangareddy -T  PS Sangareddy Town 
7th Addl District  & 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Session Judge, 3. Indrakaran
Sangareddy 4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
9. Zaheerabad-R
10. Kohir
11. Cheeragpally
12. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
13. Raikode
14. Jarasangam
15. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
16. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
17 Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
18. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
19. Nagilgidda 
20. Manur
21 Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
22 Kangti
23. Kalher
6 9 th Special 1. Sangareddy -T  PS Sangareddy Town 
Court for trail of 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
cases relating to 3. Indrakaran
atrocities against 4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
women court 5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
Sanagreddy 6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally

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cases relating to
atrocities against
women court
Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Sanagreddy Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
8.Jogipet Jogipet Circle
9.Pulkal
10. Vatpally (New PS)
11. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
12. Zaheerabad-R
13. Kohir
14. Cheeragpally
15. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
16. Raikode
17. Jarasangam
18. IDA Bollaram  SHO IDA Bollaram
19. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
20. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
21. Ameenpur (New PS) SHO Ameenpur
22.Jinnaram Jinnaram Circle
23.Hathnoora
24. Gummadidala (New PS)

25. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
26. Nagilgidda (New PS)
27. Manur
28. Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
29. Kangti
30. Kalher (New PS)
7 Senior Civil Judge, 1. Sangareddy -T  SHo Sangareddy Town 
(Sub-Court) 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Sangareddy 3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8. Ameenpur SHO  Ameenpur
9. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
10. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
8 Senior civil judge 1. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
court, (Sub-Court) 2. Zaheerabad-R
Zaheerabad 3. Kohir
4. Cheeragpally
5. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
6. Jarasangam
7. Raikode
8. Narayanakhed Narayankhed Circle
9. Nagilgidda 
10. Manur
11. Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
12. Kangti
13. Kalher

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Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
9 ADDL. J F C M 1. Sangareddy -T  SHo Sangareddy Town 
COURT, 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Sangareddy 3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8. Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
9. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
10. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
10 Special Mobile 1. Sangareddy -T  SHo Sangareddy Town 
court, Sangareddy 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8. Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
9. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
10. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
11 Excise court, 01. Sangareddy T  SHO Sangareddy Town 
Sangareddy 02. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
03. Indrakran 
04. WPS Sangareddy  SHO WPS SGR
8. Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
06. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
 07. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
08.Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
09. Munipally Kondapur Circle
10. Kondapur
12 IInd class Special 01. Sangareddy T  SHO Sangareddy Town 
court,  I/C ( 02. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
Excise), 03. Indrakran 
Sangareddy 04. WPS Sangareddy  SHO WPS SGR
8. Ameenpur SHO Ameenpur
06. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
 07. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
01.Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
09. Munipally Kondapur Circle
10. Kondapur
13 JFCM court, 01. Zaheerabad T Zahirabad Town Circle 
Zaheerabad 02. Zaheerabad –R
03. Kohir
04. Cheeragpally
05. Jarasangam Zahirabad Rural Circle 
06. Hadnur
07. Raikode

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Name of the P.S. which comes under the
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
14 IInd class Special 01. Zaheerabad T Zahirabad Town Circle 
Court, Zaheerabad 02. Zaheerabad –R
03. Kohir
04. Cheeragpally
05. Jarasangam Zahirabad Rural Circle 
06. Hadnur
07. Raikode
15 JFCM Court, 01. Jogipet Jogipet Circle 
Jogipet 02. Pulkal
03. Vatpally (New PS)
16 JFCM Court, 01. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
Narayankhed 03. Nagilgidda
03. Manur
04. Kangti Kangti Circle 
05. Sirgapur
06. Kalher
17 JFCM, Narsapur 01. Jinnaram Jinnaram Circle 
02. Gummadidala
03. Hathnoora
04. IDA Bollaram
18 IInd class Special 01. Jinnaram Jinnaram Circle 
court, Narsapur 02. Gummadidala
03. Hathnoora
04. IDA Bollaram
19 Juvenile justice 1. Sangareddy -T  PS Sangareddy Town 
board Sangareddy 2. Sangareddy-R Sangareddy Rural
3. Indrakaran
4. WPS Sangareddy SHO WPS SGR
5. Sadasivpet SHO Sadasivpet 
6. Kondapur Kondapur Circle
7. Munipally
8.Jogipet Jogipet Circle
9.Pulkal
10. Vatpally (New PS)
11. Zaheerabad-T Zahirabad Town Circle 
12. Zaheerabad-R
13. Kohir
14. Cheeragpally
15. Hadnur Zahirabad Rural Circle 
16. Raikode
17. Jarasangam
18. IDA Bollaram  SHO IDA Bollaram
19. Patancheru SHO Patancheru
20. BDL Bhanur SHO BDL Banur
21. Ameenpur (New PS) SHO Ameenpur
22.Jinnaram Jinnaram Circle
23.Hathnoora

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Name of the P.S. which comes under the Jinnaram Circle
Sl. No. Name of the circle.
Court jurisdiction
24. Gummadidala (New PS)

25. Narayankhed Narayankhed Circle
26. Nagilgidda (New PS)
27. Manur
28. Sirgapur Kangti Circle 
29. Kangti
30. Kalher (New PS)

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Sl. No. Name of the Court P.S. which comes Name of the
under the circle.
jurisdiction
1 2nd Addition Sessions Judge Court
Suryapet

Asst.  Sessions Judge Court Suryapet

Suryapet Town Suryapet Town
Judicial First Class Magistrate Court
Suryapet

SPL Magistrate Court Suryapet

2. Judicial First Class Magistrate Court Thungathurthy Thungathurthy


Thungathurthy

3. Judicial First Class Magistrate Court Kodad Town Kodad Town


Kodad

4. Judicial First Class Magistrate Court Huzurnagar Huzurnagar


Huzurnagar

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P.S. which comes under Name of the
Sl. No. Name of the Court
the jurisdiction circle.
Judicial First Class Magistrate
1 Vikarabad
Court 
Addl. Judicial First Class
2 Vikarabad
Magistrate Court.  PS Vikarabad
Addl. District Sessions Judge, Town
3 Vikarabad
Vikarabad 
4 Senior Civil Judge  Vikarabad
5 Family Court  Vikarabad
Mominpet, Marpally, Mominpet
6 Addl. JFCM Vikarabad
Nawabpet  Circle
Dharur, Bantwaram, Vikarabad
7 JFCM
Kotepally Rural circle
1. Parigi
2. Chengomul
8 Judicial First Class  Parigi Circle
3. Kulkacherla 
4. Doma 
Karankote, Peddemul, Tandur Rural
9 JFCM Court Tandur
Basheerabad Yalal Circle
Dist. Sessions Court Kodangal, Doulthabad,
10
Mahabubnagar. Bomraspet
Kodangal, Doulthabad,
11 Asst Sessions Court Narayanpet Kodangal circle
Bomraspet
Kodangal, Doulthabad,
12 JFCM Court Kodangal
Bomraspet
Tandur Town
13 JFCM Tandur Tandur Town PS
(SHO)
JFCM Vikarabad
JFCM Parigi  Women Police
Women Police Station At
14 Station  At
JFCM Tandur Vikarabad
Vikarabad
JFCM Kodangal

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ALL COURTS JURISDICTION PROFILE OF WANAPARTHY DISTRICT

P.S. which comes under the


Sl. No. Name of the Court Name of the circle.
jurisdiction
Pebbair,   Kothakota,
1 JFCM, Court, WNP Kothakota
Peddamandadi, Khilla Ghanpur
Wanaparthy   town,   Wanaparthy
2 JFCM, Court, WNP Wanaparthy 
Rural

3 JFCM, Court, NGKL Gopalpet  Wanaparthy

JFCM,   Court,
4 Pangal, Veepanagandla Wanaparthy
Kollapur
Pebbair,   Kothakota,
5 Sub- Court, WNP Kothakota
Peddamandadi, Ghanpur

Wanaparthy town, Wanaparthy rural,
6 Sub-Court, WNP Wanaparthy
Pangal, Veepangadla, Gopalpet

Pebbair,   Kothakota,
7 9 th ADJ, Court, WNP Kothakota
Peddamandadi,Ghanpur

Wanaparthy town, Wanaparthy rural,
8 9 th ADJ, Court, WNP Wanaparthy
Pangal, Veepangadla

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ALL COURTS JURISDICTION PROFILE OF RP SECUNDERABAD

 Police Stations which
Sl. Name of the
Name of the Court  comes under the
No circle
jurisdiction

II nd MM for Railways Sec'bad.  Secunderabad RPS IRP/SHO

Ist MSJ Nampalli
5th MSJ Nampalli
1
6th MSJ Maredpalli
7th MSJ Nampalli
5th ACMM Nampalli, HYD/Zonal court
II nd MM for Railways Sec'bad.  Hyderabad RPS IRP/SHO
2 4th MSJ Nampalli
6th MSJ Maredpalli
II nd MM for Railways Sec'bad.  Kacheguda RPS IRP/SHO

Ist MSJ Nampalli
3
2nd  MSJ Nampalli
6th MSJ Maredpalli
Ist Addl. Sessions Court, Guntur Nalgonda RPS Sec'bad rural
4 Session Court Nalgonda
JFCM for Railways Guntur. 
II nd MM for Railways Sec'bad.  Nizamabad RPS Sec'bad rural
5 Ist Addl. Sessions Court, Nizamabad
ADJ Court Adilabad
II nd MM for Railways Sec'bad.  Vikarabad RPS Hyderabad rural
6 Sub Curt Vikarabad
ADJ Court Kothapet
II nd MM for Railways Sec'bad.  Mahabubnagar RPS Hyderabad rural
7
Ist ADJ Family Court Mahabubnagar
Ist ADJ Court Warangal Kazipet RPS Kazipet Circle

JFCM for Railways, Kazipet
II nd MM for Railways Visakhapatnam
Prohibition & Execise Court, Warangal
8 4th Addl. MM for Juwenile Court, Warangal
PSJ Court Warngal
Ist Sub Court Warangal
Addl. Session court, Jangoan
Ist MM Court, Kazipet

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 Police Stations which
Sl. Name of the
Name of the Court  comes under the
No circle
jurisdiction

JFCM for Railways, Kazipet Warangal RPS IRP/SHO

Ist ADJ Court Warangal
II nd MM for Railways Visakhapatnam
Spl. 2 nd Magistrate Court, Kazipet
9
Principle Asst. Session Court, Warangal
Prohibition & Execise Court, Warangal
6th ADJ Court, Mahabubabad
3rd Addl. Session Court, Warangal
JFCM for Railways, Kazipet Mancherial RPS Kazipet Circle
10 ADJ Court Adilabad
 ADJ Court Karimnagar
4th Addl. MM for Juwenile Court, Warangal Dornakal RPS Khammam
Circle
JFCM for Railways, Kazipet
11
Ist ADJ Court Warangal
Spl. Court, Jangon, Warangal District
JFCM for Railways, Kazipet Khamma  RPS Khammam
Circle
4th Addl. MM for Juwenile Court, Warangal
2nd Civil. Judge, Warangal
12 1st ADJ Court, Khammam
Execise Court Khammam
 2nd MM for Railways, Vijayawada
Juwenile Court, Khammam 

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LIST OF CHAIRMEN
DISTRICT LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES

S No Address Mobile No
1 Chairman, 94409 01043
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, ADILABAD.
2 Chairman, 94409 01065
City Civil Court Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,CITY CIVIL COURT COMPLEX, AT
PURANIHAVELI, HYDERABAD.
3 Chairman, 94409 01049
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, KARIMNAGAR.
4 Chairman, 94409 01050
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, KHAMMAM
5 Chairman, 94409 01053
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, MAHABUBNAGAR.
6 Chairman, 94409 01054
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, MEDAK at Sanga Reddy.
7 Chairman, 94409 01055
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, NALGONDA.
8 Chairman, 94409 01057
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, NIZAMABAD.
9 Chairman, 94409 01059
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, RANGA REDDY dist. AT L.B.NAGAR,
HYDERABAD.
10 Chairman, 94409 01063
District Legal Services Authority,
Nyaya Seva Sadan,
District Court Buildings, WARANGAL.
11 Chairman,
Metropolitan Legal Services Authority,
Criminal Court Complex, Nampally, Hyderabad.

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LIST OF SECRETARIES
DISTRICT LEGAL SERVICES AUTHORITIES
S No Address Phone Nos & Email Ids
1 The Secretary, Ph No.: 085732-230243
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No. 08732-227588
Nyaya Seva Sadan, Mobile No. 9440901043
District Court Buildings,ADILABAD.
2 The Secretary, Ph.No.08742-222766
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.08742-229455
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: dlsa.kmm@gmail.com
District Court Buildings,KHAMMAM Mobile No. 9440901050
3 The Secretary, Ph.No.0878-2250144
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.0878-2243190
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: dlsa.karimnagar@gmail.com
District Court Buildings, KARIMNAGAR. Mobile No. 9440901049
4 The Secretary, Ph.No.08542-221629
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.08542-244459
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: mbnr.dlsa@gmail.com
District Court Buildings, mbnr.dlsa@yahoo.com
MAHABUBNAGAR. Mobile No. 9440901053
5 The Secretary, Ph.No.08455-271401
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.08455-276361
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: dlsamdk@yahoo.in
District Court Buildings, Mobile No. 9440901054
MEDAK at Sanga Reddy.
6 The Secretary, Ph.No.08682-230101
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.08682-245208
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: nlg.disauthority@yahoo.in
District Court Buildings,NALGONDA. Mobile No. 9440901055
7 The Secretary, Ph.No.08462-250337
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.08462-232102
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: dlsa.nizamabad@yahoo.in.�
District Court Buildings,NIZAMABAD. Mobile No. 9440901057
8 The Secretary, Ph.No.040-23446798
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.040-23446100
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: rrdlsa@yahoo.com
District Court Buildings, Mobile No. 9440901059
RANGA REDDY DISTRICT AT L.B.NAGAR,
HYDERABAD.
9 The Secretary, Ph.No.0870-2550074
District Legal Services Authority, Fax No.0870-2577959
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail
District Court Buildings, ID: dlsa.wrngl@indianjudiciary.gov.in
WARANGAL. Mobile No. 9440901063
10 The Secretary, Ph.No. 040-24568627
City Civil Court Legal Services Authority, Fax No.040-23446210
Nyaya Seva Sadan, E Mail ID: hlsauthority@gmail.com�
CITY CIVIL COURT COMPLEX, AT Mobile No. 9440901065
PURANIHAVELI, HYDERABAD.

11 The Secretary,
Metropolitan Legal Services Authority,
Criminal Court Complex,
Red Hills, Nampally, HYDERABAD

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