OFFICE OF THE
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE, PUDUCHERRY
O R D E
functions of C.I.D. (Crime) Branch are hereby engaged and it is
divided into two sections under the overall supervisions of
Superintendent of Police (Crime).
section will consist of one Inspector, two Sub-Inspectors/Asst.
Sub-Inspector, two Head Constables and eight Police Constables.
The two sections will register, investigate and prosecute the
type of offences assigned to them. As under:-
SECTION – I
Forgery and Counterfeiting;
Thefts of Government arms and ammunitions;
Trade in illicit arms;
Cases involving foreigners and international criminals;
Frauds and Defalcation;
Offences relating to drugs and psychotropic substances;
Cases involving gangs of criminals;
Any other important case which IGP may decide to be
investigated by the CID.
Murder for gain;
Dacoit and Robbery;
Theft of electrical wires from Posts;
Thefts, House-Breaking involving loss of property over
Thefts of idols and antiques.
The jurisdiction of the Crime Branch
will extend to the entire PUDUCHERRY region. The Station House
Officer if all PS’s/Op’s shall take the following steps whenever
any offence falling in the categories mentioned above is
immediate information to the concerned. Section of the Crime
Branch through telephone and wireless.
report in the General Diary of the Police Station/Out Post to
scene of crime for examination by the investigating officers
of the Crime Branch.
Transfer of the
investigation of the case to the investigating officer of the
Crime Branch at once.
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE,
All Inspectors of
All Station House
Estt. II Section.
Copy to :
The Senior Supdt. Of Police, PUDUCHERRY.
PUDUCHERRY for information
OFFICE OF THE
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE, P0NDICHERRY.
ORDER NO: 3/88
In partial modification of the Standing Order No.FR/SECY/IGP/86-265,
dated: 4.7.1986 of the Office of Inspector General of Police,
PUDUCHERRY, the following instructions are issued.
has been noticed that a cases of all categories mentioned in
the above order are being transferred to C.I.D. for
investigation, irrespective of the nature of their seriousness.
C.I.D. being a specialized agency should be entrusted only with
difficult cases or cases requiring specialized investigation
like terrorist act wherein sustained investigation has to be
carried out. C.I.D. should not be dragged unnecessarily to
investigate cases of routine nature.
Therefore, it is hereby ordered that hereinafter cases are to be
transferred to C.I.D. only on the orders of SSP – II/SSP-I/IGP.
will come into force with immediate
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE
Police Officer, CI’s and SHO’s.