CHAPTER – 1 INTRODUCTION The Central Government have enacted Right to Information Act 2005 to provide for setting out the practical regime of Right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities in order too promote transparence and accountability in the working of every public authority. According to 4(1)(B) of Right to Information Act a manual has to be published on or before 12-10-2005 on 17 items prescribed in therein. This book is intended to be used by citizens, civil Society, organizations, public representatives and other general public. As far as District Police Office, Warangal is concerned, the Addl. Superintendent of Police, Warangal is designated as Public Information Officer U/sec. 5(1) of the act of prove information with in the time specified and the Administrative Officer is designated as Asst. Public Information Officer who will receive applications for information under Right to Information Act 2005. Any aggrieved person against the orders of the Public Information Officer may appeal to District Superintendent of Police. The Key contact persons in District Police Office are as follows. 1) Superintendent of Police, Warangal. (Appellate Authority) 2) Addl. Superintendent of Police, Warangal (Public Information Officer) 3) Administrative Officer, Warangal (Asst. Public Information Officer). WARANGAL DISTRICT AT A GLANCE Warangal and Hanamkonda as legend goes is linked with the dynasties of Great "Vishnukundins" and even prior to it also of the Buddhist and pre_Buddhist periods of indian History.During Eighth Century A.D. , Warangal with an old name "Orukal" has served as Capital City of Yadava king of the Kakatiyas or Ganapatis making Warangal as Capital City.The name of Warangal "Orugallu" is said to be correct form of Orukal which is the original designation ,the old town.The words the middle of the Warangal fort.The Kakatiya line seems to have been in existance even earlier to the middle of 7th Century A.D.because the famous Chines Piligrim Hieun-Tsang,mentions the nameof the Kingdom of "Danakakitya" in the South.The family name Kakatiya is derived from the local appellation of the Goddess Durga(Kakati). After the fall of Bahamani Kingdom,Warangal fell to the "Qutab Shahis" of Golkonda and thereafter it has came under the sway of Nizam's dominitions. Thus the city of Warangal has developed both under the political and historical influences of successive great kings.The Historical events and development occured in Warangal City. These are :- 1. Kakatiya Stage : 1260 - 1422 2. Transmission Stage : 1422 - 1725 3. Asifijahi Stage : 1725 - 1948 4. Modern Stage : 1948 - On Wards. TEMPLES IN WARANGAL DISTRICT The brief importance of some temples is furnished here under. 1.SRI BHADRAKALI DEVASTHANAM, WARANGAL TOWN. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali, the Giant moyher Goddess, with fierce looking eyes and face. The Deity is believed to be worshipped but the Historic ruler pulakesin-II of Chalukya Dynasty in the year 625 A.D. after his win over the 'Vengi' region of Andhra Desha. The minister of Kakatiya Ganapathy Deva namely 'Hari' has constructed the tank and road to the temple. Every tourist to Warangal will certainly make a visit to this historical temple to have the blessings of the Mother Goddess. 2.SRI MALLIKARJUNA SWAMY DEVASTHANAM, KOMURAVELLI. This temple is dedicated to Lord Sri Mallikarjuna swamy a fierce looking diety along with Kethamma and Medalamma on the both sides of the main diety. The temple is located in a cave on a small hillock at a distance of 110 Kms from warangal. Lakhs of piligrims congregate on the eve of Makara Sankranthi as Brahmotsavam starts. The clay moulded diety of Lord Mallikarjuna swamy is believed to be made 500 years ago. The temple is renovated and mandapamas and choultries etc., are constructed by Endowments Department. The 'pedda patnam' celebrated on Maha Sivaratri day attract pilgrims in lakhs. It is located at a distance of 85 kms from the state capital on Karimnagar - Hyderabad - Highway (Rajiv Rahadari). 3.SRI MALLIKARJUNA SWAMY DEVASTHANAM, AYINAVOLU. This temple is believed to be built prior to Kakatiyas around 700 A.D. and developed by Kakatiya rulers. The Unique Keerthi Toranams of Kakatiya style can be seen on the east and southern side of the temple. The presiding diety is Lord Mallikarjuna swamy with fierce looking eyes and sword versel of bood, Dharmarukm and Shulam in his four hands. This temple is located at a distance of 12 kms from warangal city on Warangal Khammam Road. The rock engraved temple with spacious prakaram is a famous tourists spot. 4.SRI SAMMAKKA SARALAMMA JATHRA, MEDARAM. It is famous tribal Jathra in the midst of dense forest. Lakhs of pilgrims pour into this spot biennially to have the blessings of mother Goddesses Sri Sammakka and Saralamma who have attained 'Martydom' at this sacred place in the battle held with the forces of Kakatiyas ruler Prathaparudra. Since then the Jathra is being celebrated biennially. The Government of Andhra Pradesh declared this holy jathra as State Festival. 5.SRI VEERA BHADRA SWAMY DEVASTHANAM, KURAVI. This temple is believed to be constructed by the famous ruler 'Bheema Raju' of Vengi Chalukya Dynasty and renovated by the Kakatiya ruler 'Betharaju-I. The reference of this temple has also made by the famous traveller 'Marko- Poli' as it stood as the capital of Vengi Chalukya Dynasty. The presiding diety is Lord Veerabhadra swamy is fierce looking Diety with three eyes and ten hands. The annual jathra Brahmotsavams will be celebrated during the mahasivarathri Festival. 6.SRI SWAYAMBU TEMPLE, FORT WARANGAL. It is a historic temple in which Lord Swayambhu was worshipped by the famous Kakatiya Ruler 'Prataparudra' every day during his life time. The presiding Diety is Lord Siva called as swayambhu (Lieterally means self incarnated God). The temple is very adjacent to the ruins of Kakatiya Capital at Fort Warangal. There will be flow of pilgrims, tourists during all seasons from all over India and abroad to witness the ruins of Kakatiya Dynasty. 7.SRI RUDRESWARA SWAMY TEMPLE, HANAMKONDA. The temple decorated with one thousand pillers temple, and popularity known as Thousand pillars temple. The Kakatiya ruler 'Rudra Deva' built this historic monument in the year 1163 A.D. and named after him as 'Sri Rudreswara swamy temple 'Trikootalaya", The presiding diety is Rudreswara. The remaining two "Sanctum sanctorums" are dedicated to 'Lord Durya' and 'Lord Vishnu'. The gains 'Nandi' as in Lepakshi in front of the temple is unique in sculptural beauty. It is under control and maintenance of the Archaeological Department. 8.RAMAPPA TEMPLE, PALAMPET The temple is built in the year 1213 A.D. by 'Recherla Rudraiah'. This historical temple attracts tourist from India and abroad as it is known for its architectural and sculptural beauty. The sculptures were encraved according to the postures mentioned by Jayapa Senani in his famous work 'Nruthya Ratnavali'. The postures pertaining to Bharata Natya, Shrunga, Bharunga, Rathi, Perini Nritya etc., are encraved on the pillars and top-beams of 'Mukha Mandapam', The mythological episodes such as 'Gopika Vastrapaharanam, Tripura samharm, Daksha Samharam, Ksheera Sagara Madhanam, Girija Kalyanam etc., stand for the highest standards of Kakatiya Sculpture. The 'Nagini' and other eleven devanarthakis are arranged as supporting beams on both sides of each entrance. The aesthetic sense which scaledinnumerable heights in Kakatiya sculpture is clearly evident in these twelve postures of deva narthakis. The Mudras and Bhangimas have highly inspired the dance master Dr.Natraja Ramakrishna in giving shape to the historical classical dance 'Perini Siva Thandavam'. The Ramappa lake adjacent to the temple covering natural plant and zoo fauna will certainly become a feast to the eyes of every tourist. 9.SRI SOMESWARA LAXMINARASIMHA SWAMY TEMPLE, PALAKURTHY. It is located at a distance of 50 Kms from Warangal on a hillock in the out skirts of Palakurthy Mandal head quarters. It is also the birth place of famous poet palakurthy Somanadha Kavi of 12 the century. His samadhi can be seen here. This historic temple is dedicated to Lord Siva and Vishnu who incarnated in two adjacent caves at a height of 120 meters on the hillock. The 'Pradakshina Path' encircling the two caves is quite natural. There is a dillapidated 'Surya' Temple and Koneru can also be witnessed at this place. This place once flourished which the adherents of 'Veera Saiva' sect of Hiduism has lost prominence in cource of time presently it is a famous pilgrimage centre in warangal district. Pilgrims mostly from Karnataka and Maharashtra. Mainly the Veera Saivas will certainly make a visit once in year to have the blessings of presiding deities and Somanadhakan. 10.SRI RAMACHANDRA SWAMY TEMPLE, JEEDICAL. It is located at distance of 10 kms from Jangoan. The temple is an ancient one and believed that, Lord Sri Rama visited this temple on his way to 'Lanka' (Sri Lanka) after separation from Sita Devi. People also believe that, Rama has killed the 'Maricha' who was in the guise of 'Maya Ledi' or the Magis deer. A boulder namely 'Ledi Banda' can be seen here. "Jeedigundam" and "Palagundam" are the two pushkarinis for the holy dip of the pilgrims. Sno Particulars Unit Quantity 1 Gegraphical area Sq.Kilometers 12,846 2 No. of Mandals No. 51 3 No. of Villages No. 1,098 4 No. of Gram Panchayats No. 1,016 No. of Major gram 5 No. 26 Panchayats(Notified) 6 No. of Municipalities No. 2 7 No. of Assembly Constituencies No. 13 8 No. of ZPTCs No. 50 9 No. of MPTCs No. 669 10 Total Population In Lakh Nos. 32.46 11 Males ,, 14.37 12 Females ,, 13.82 13 Urban Population ,, 6.23 14 Rural Population ,, 26.23 15 S.Cs Population ,, 4.84 16 S.Ts Population ,, 3.85 17 Workers ,, 13.87 18 Density of Population Per Sq.Km. 219.00 19 Literates In Lakhs 9.19 20 Literacy rate Percentage 32.6 21 No. of Veterinary Institutions No. 231 No. of Govt. Hospitals including 22 ,, 85 Dispensaries(Allopathic) 23 No. of Primary Schools ,, 1807 24 No. of Upper Primary Schools ,, 504 25 No. of High Schools ,, 528 No. of Colleges 26 ,, 33 (including Jr. Colleges) 27 No. of Bank Branches ,, 203 28 Normal Rainfall MMs. 1048.1 29 Actual Rainfall for 1998-99 ,, 1093.5 30 Total Cropped area 1997-98 Lakh Hect. 4.46 31 Net Area Sown. ,, 3.40 32 Total Irrigated Area. ,, 2.32 33 Net Area irrigated ,, 1.98 FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES CHAPTER - 2 Organisation, Functions and Duties (Section 4 (1) (b) (i) Particulars of the Organization, Functions and Duties:- Sl. Name of the Address No. Organization Superintendent of Police, 01 Police Department WARANGAL District Functions:- 1. He shall be responsible for all aspects of policing in respect of the WARANGAL District Police. 2. He reports to Deputy Inspector General of Police and keeps him constantly informed of all developments in the District. 3. He should maintain close liaison with Deputy Inspector General of Police, Inspector General of Police, Warangal Region, Addl. Directors General of Police, L & O, Admin, CID, Intelligence and Director General of Police . 4. Continuous evaluation of emerging issues and formulates Police Policy for maintenance of L & O, prevention and detection of crime. 5. Effective co-ordination among different wings of District Police. 6. Organise community – policing system for building an effective Police – Public Relations for prevention and detection of crime and for maintenance of L & O. 7. Organisation and implementation of policing beats, patrols and surveillance. 8. To keep all the members of the District Police in a state of high efficiency and morale. 9. Traffic education and enforcement. 10. Powers as Foreigners Registration Officer. 11. Powers to appoint Investigating Officers in SC/ST (P.O.A Act) Cases. Duties:- 1. Annual inspection of police stations, Circle Offices and Sub-Divisional Police Officers Offices. 2. Supervision of District Special Branch and Extremists work. 3. Supervision over investigation when special out-breaks of crime occur. 4. Disciplinary authority for Minor Punishments upto the Rank of C.Is, Ministerial Staff upto the Rank of Supdts. and Major Punishments up to the rank of HCs and Ministerial Staff upto the Rank of Senior Assistants. 5. Supervision of all bandobust arrangements for the visits of VIPs, Strikes and other Law and Order matters. 6. Preparation of Promotion Rolls. 7. Petition enquiries where reports are due to CM Peshi, Chief Office and Collector. 8. Grant of leaves up to the Rank of S.Is. 9. Transfer of PCs, HCs, ASIs and SIs in the District. 10. Promotions to the Rank of HCs from PCs and Senior Assistants from Junior Assistants. 11. Registration of Foreigners, issue of NOCs for Passports, Visas and allied powers. CHAPTER – 3 Powers and Duties of Officers and Employees (Section 4 (1) (b) (ii) (I) Sl. Name of the Officer/Employee Designation No. 01 Shri Shahnawaz Qasim, IPS., Superintendent of Police, Warangal Rural District. 02 Shri J.Prabhakara Rao, IPS., Superintendent of Police, Warangal Urban District. Statutory:- 1. He has power to detain persons under the Preventive Detention Laws. Administrative:- 1. He is head of District Police Administration. He is responsible for all matters relating to its internal economy, management, maintenance of discipline, Punctual and regular and efficient performance of all its preventive and investigative duties. 2. Maintenance of peace and Law & Order, Prevention and detention of Crime, Protection of lives, Liberty and possessions of as sections of people and performance of all police functions in the District. 3. Keep the district peaceful and the public satisfied with the security afforded to persons and property: 4. Prompt registration and investigation of all cases. 5. Efficient functioning of each wing of police and performance of their allotted functions and duties and the efficient functioning of all police control rooms. 6. Supervise and coordinate various wings of the police in the district and with neighboring districts and other Organizations. 7. Accord high priority to all preventive and pro-active strategies and action both in respect of crimes and breaches of peace including terrorist crimes. 8. Ensure proper organization of beats and full involvement of the police force in the management of such beats along with necessary interface with local community. 9. Maintain cordial relations with the magistracy, other officials and non- officials; 10. Promote and maintain good police public relations and convey necessary information to the media and the public to ensure transparency without jeopardizing efficacy of police action or investigations; 11. Keep the force in good discipline, high morale, properly trained, professionally competent, honest and service oriented. 12. Ensure that the transport, arms, ammunition, stores, grounds, and buildings belonging to the department are well protected and maintained; 13. Organize good intelligence network, both criminal and general with specific attention to the criminal records system and their effective use in prevention and detection of crime. An effective information system against terrorists and subversive elements should be developed and operations planned and conducted against them; 14. Acquire full and detailed knowledge of the district and its current problems from police point of view, and be forewarned on emerging situations; plan and implement police bandobust for large gatherings, fairs, festivals, rallies, agitations, strikes etc. 15. Participation to the extent possible and permissible, in welfare activities sponsored by official and non-official agencies. 16 Ensure effective implementation of community policing (Maithri) scheme. 17. To gain knowledge of all Officers and men in his charge, redress their genuine grievances, motivate them, encourage those who show promise and punish those who are dishonest, inefficient and undisciplined. 18. Gain confidence and loyalty of subordinates by personal integrity, professionalism, impartiality, devotion to duty, fair play and a high sense of justice; 19. The main function of police is to prevent crime, maintain law and order and promptly and effectively respond to incidents or calls from public. Since policing through beats is the main plank of policing in the district, it shall be his foremost duty to ensure its functioning as prescribed. 20. Effective coordination, consultation between Investigating Officers and prosecutors - legal advisors and cooperation by IOs with prosecutors during court trials should be organized on a sound and formal basis. The cases should not be allowed to fail for want of attention either by the Investigating Officers or Prosecutors. 21. Keep himself fully informed through the Special Branch as well as the field staff, of all communal, caste, regional, political or other movements that jeopardize safety, security and law and order in the district. The police beats have a special responsibility in this respect. Collection, reporting, recording, analysis and dissemination and use of information both criminal and general, should be organized utilizing the latest equipment available and by upgrading the skills of the personnel. 22. He reports to Deputy Inspector of General of Police, Warangal Range and keeps him constantly informed of all developments in the District. 23. He should maintain close liaison with Inspector General of Police, Warangal Region, Addl. Director Generals of Police L & O, Admin, CID, Intelligence and Director General of Police. 24. To keep all the members of the District Police in a state of high efficiency and morale. 25. Traffic education and enforcement. 26. Powers as Foreigners Registration Officer. 27. Annual inspection of Police Stations, Circle Offices and Sub-Divisional Police Officers Office. 28. Supervision of District Special Branch work and Extremist Work. 29. Supervision over investigation when special out-breaks of crime occur. 30. Disciplinary authority for Minor Punishments upto the Rank of C.Is, Ministerial Staff upto the Rank of Supdts. and Major Punishments up to the rank of HCs and Ministerial Staff upto the Rank of Senior Assistants. 31. Supervision of all bandobust arrangements for the visits of VIPs, Strikes and other Law and Order matters. 32. Preparation of Promotion Rolls. 33. Petition enquiries where reports are due to CM Peshi, Chief Office and Collector. 34. Grant of leaves up to the Rank of S.Is. 35. Transfer of PCs, HCs, ASIs and SIs in the District. 36. Promotions to the Rank of HCs from PCs and Senior Assistants from Junior Assistants. 37. Registration of Foreigners to issue of NOCs for Passports, VISAS and allied powers. Financial:- 01. Motor Vehicles – 1) Light Vehicle Upto Rs.20,000/- 2) Heavy Vehicles Upto Rs.40,000/- 02. Purchase of Stationery : Full Powers 03. Rents for Office Building: Full Powers according to Plinth Area values and Rent assessment by R & B Department. 04. Repairs to Type Writers Full Powers 05. Condemnation of Vehicles Full Powers subject to Technical Scrutiny by Public Works Department or Area Transport Officers. 06. Repairs to Duplicators Full Powers 07. Printing Locally without referring to Full Powers Government Press 08. Printing and Binding Full Powers 09. Purchase of Fans Full Powers 10. Other Items As per powers delegated in G.O.Ms.No.148, Finance & Planning ( FW- Admin-ITFR), Dept. Dt:21.10.2000. Other:- NIL (II) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 01 E. Anandam Addl. Superintendent of Police (Admn) Warangal Urban 02 P. Marthandam Addl. Superintendent of Police (Admn) Warangal Rural Statutory:- 1. He has powers to detain persons under Cr.P.C. Administrative:- 1. His main role is to be fully in charge of the district police office and deal with all matters connected with administration, under the control of the Superintendent of Police. 2. The Addl. Supdt. of Police Administration must inspect one or two branches of DPO every quarter and complete the inspection of the whole office during the year. He must record his comments in the visiting book maintained in the office for the purpose. The Addl. Supdt. of Police will inspect the Armed Reserve, with emphasis on their training, morale and welfare, Office Stores, M.T. Office once a year. 3. He should keep the district police office including all Units at Head Quarters in high state of efficiency ensuring promptness in correspondence, timely payment of salaries, allowances and other dues and bills due to the police stations and staff, proper budgetary control, auditing of accounts and care of the government cash held as permanent advance. He shall regularly monitor the expenditure in the police stations ensuring observance of financial discipline and economy. He shall supervise the functioning of the DCRB effectively. 4. He shall supervise the work relating to disciplinary matters so as to ensure their prompt disposal as per SPs orders on behalf of SP. He should constantly bring to the notice of SP all important matters and obtain appropriate orders. 5. The reward rolls and the payment of amount sanctioned and all correspondence relating to medals should be handled with precision and promptness. 6. He shall assist the SP in maintenance of police buildings and residential quarters in good condition. 7. He should submit monthly report on the work done by him to Addl. DGP (L&O) through the SP and the Zonal IG/DIGP. He shall perform any other duty, which the SP entrusts to him particularly in relation to enquiries, welfare, training, public relations and vigilance functions. 8. He should personally visit and supervise cases of grave and especially grave nature and prepare necessary reports. He shall also give suitable instructions to the subordinates on all crime matters and compile grave crime reports sent to the SP by the subordinates. 9 He should keep the D.P.O., in high state of efficiency ensuring promptness in correspondence, timely payment of salaries, allowances and other bills due to the Police Stations. 10. He is the disciplinary authority for giving Minor PRs up to the rank of HCs and Ministerial Staff upto the Rank of Senior Assistant. 11. Maintenance of crime digest and Grave Crime Registers. 12. Maintenance of Personnel Files. 13. The Addl. SP in all cases listed below shall personally supervise the investigation and personally investigate more important cases among them. The SP shall supervise the investigations in these cases whenever practicable. 1. Dacoity 2. Highway Robbery and robbery of railway passengers 3. Murder 4. Terrorist offences. 5. Organized crime (Syndicated Mafia type of crime) 6. Financial offences involving funds of Rs. 10 lakhs or above 7. House-breaking and theft of a specially grave nature 8. Any specially serious disturbances or riot 9. Conspiracy cases 10. Offences under sections 400 and 401 of the Indian Penal Code 11. Counterfeit coin and currency note cases 12. Cases of specially grave nature, not falling under the above heads serious cases of rape, major economic offences, dowry deaths, Human rights violations. 14. Trafficking in women and children. 15. Any Other offence directed to be supervised by competent authority. Financial:- 1. Sanction of T.A., contingent expenditure, Telephones, Electrical Bills and other contingent bills. 2. Drawal of Home Guard Bills (Duty allowances etc) Others: - NIL (III) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 03 Sarvashresth Tripathi, IPS., Addl. Superintendent of Police (Oprs) Warangal District Statutory:- Administrative :- 1. All Operations relating to Anti Extremist work. 2. Assisting the Superintendent of Police in Anti Extremist and intelligence duties. Financial:- No financial powers. Others:- NIL. (IV) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 04 Shri A.Yadaiah Administrative Officer, District Police Office, Warangal District. Statutory:- -- Administrative:- 1. Drawing and disbursement officer for entire force, Home Guards and office staff. 2. Assist Superintendent of Police in all administrative matters. 3. Supervise the work of all office Superintendents and Staff. Financial: - 1) Sanction of GPF Temporary Advance and Part Final Withdrawals upto the rank of SIs. 2) Sanction of Increments upto the rank of SIs and Office Superintendents. 3) Sanction of Festival Advance, Education Advance and other miscellaneous advances Other: - NIL (V) Sl. No. Name of the Officer/Employee Designation 01 Shri R. Venkateshwar Rao SDPO Warangal Town. 02 Shri Venkat Narsaiah SDPO Warangal Rural. 03 Shri S. Bhoopathi SDPO Parkal. 04 Shri M. Dayananda Reddy SDPO Mulug. 05 Shri S. Muralidhar SDPO Narsampet. 06 Shri K. R.Naga Raju SDPO Jangaon. 07 Shri T. Ram Prasad Rao SDPO Mahabubabad. 08 Shri J. Krishnaiah DSP AR Warangal. Statutory:- 1. Permissions to processions, mike permissions. Administrative:- 1. Direct supervision of Police Stations to ensure efficient, honest and regular functioning and management of police stations, its records and staff under his charge. 2. Direct handling of situations and incidents that are likely to be or effected the breach of peace. 3. Crime preventive action, implementation of Community policing, effective beat system, police and public relations. 4. Inspection of Police Circles, Police Stations once a year. 5. Personal visits to the scenes of, serious occurrences endangering life and property, such as heavy floods, train or boat disasters, and fires in respect of which the commission of a cognizable offence is reported or suspected or which involve heavy loss of life or property. 6. Shall have supervision, control, planning, traffic education, promulgation and enforcement of traffic regulations in his jurisdiction including highways patrol, measures to prevent accidents and pollution and also inspection of traffic police stations under his charge. 7. Investigation of Grave Crimes – as laid down in Order No.52 (7) of APPM Vol.I. 8. They shall investigate all cases of attempted suicide or death in suspicious circumstances of young married women during the first 7 years of their marriage, offences under I.T. Act 2000, offences under the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 and those in which the law requires personal investigation by an officer of rank of DSP. 9. After visiting the scene and investigating a grave crime by himself or by Inspector and in any case not later than a week of the issue of the FIR, the SDPO should send detailed grave crime report in Form 4 in duplicate to the Superintendent of Police. Financial:- No powers Other:- NIL (VI) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 06 Inspectors of Police Statutory:- Administrative:- 1. Investigation of important cases in his circle besides supervision of police work of his circle in all its branches, to maintain discipline among his subordinates, and to keep the Superintendent of Police and the Sub Divisional Police Officer informed of the state of circle from the Police point of view from time to time. 2. Must thoroughly inspect each PS of his circle once in a year, constantly and systematically tour throughout his circle, making enquiries about bad characters, the state of crime, community policing (maithri) and general efficiency of police work. 3. Visit each of his Police Stations once in a month, check the current work of the Station, give necessary instructions, pointing out errors, entering the same in the visitors note book, sending a copy to the S.D.P.O. He shall enter in the visitors book the details of cases in which instructions issued relating to delay in investigation, finalisation, and trials. 4. He shall discuss with the Sub Inspector, the cases under investigation, clues for detection and assist in the progress of the cases in finalising them without unnecessary delay. 5. He should also supervise the prosecutions of cases, for quick disposal, and see that the witnesses are produced in courts regularly and co- ordinate the police with prosecutors and enlist co-ordination in the success of cases. 6. During his visits to the Police Stations, he shall scrutinize the station crime history part-I, and see whether all cases have been entered correctly and the register is maintained property. He should peruse the K.D. check register and duty roster to see whether beats are properly served and checked. He should also check beats himself and visit as many villages as possible and see that he visits all villages once in a year. 7. The Inspector must inspect once in a half-year, the books, shops, premises and stocks of all licensed manufactures and vendors of arms, ammunition and military stores. He shall also inspect once in a quarter all places where petroleum is stored. He shall also inspect all licensed revolvers/pistols at the licensee’s residence in the first quarter of each year. 8. All cognizable cases under the IPC and also cases under special and local laws shall be entered in the Inspectors crime register (Form 7) to enable him to maintain a check over their investigation and disposal either by himself or station house officers. Entry shall be made in column (6) of the points, which the Inspector wishes to keep in mind concerning the case. 9. The Inspector shall take care that the circle information book (Form 12) is properly compiled and kept up to date. The objective of this book is to pass on the knowledge gained by an officer to his successor. The Inspector shall also record in the circle information book the dates of changes of circle charge. 10. The Inspector must himself compile the annual review of crime and investigation of each station in part-I of the station crime history. He shall send it to the SDPO for approval before end of January. After approval he will send it to the station keeping a copy in his office for his use. He should also see that entries in part-IV of station crime history are properly made. He should enter in his circle information book a gist of the entries made in the part-IV of the station crime history of each station. 11. Supervision of the work and duties of guards and beat detachments. 12. Conduct of Drill, Physical Training and inspection of the Kit personally. 13. Arrange effective beat systems and patrols to prevent offences and to collect information. 14. Build and maintain good public relations. 15. Organize and maintain liaison with the maithri committees in various locations and enlist their participation, co-operation and support in the functioning of the Police. Financial:- No powers Other:- NIL (VII) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 07 Sub - Inspectors of Police Statutory:- Administrative:- 1. The Sub-Inspector is responsible for the maintenance of the Law and Order and public order in his jurisdiction. 2. Responsible for direct supervision, guidance and leadership in the field as well as in the Police Station. 3. Supervision of duties and work of all the staff and men allotted to his charge including their welfare discipline and morale. 4. Maintenance of good public relations in his stations limits. 5. Organizing beats and patrols and its personal supervision. 6. Maintenance of effective surveillance over bad characters, anti-social elements and rowdies of the area under his charge. 7. Persuade the apprehension of offenders on available clues and information. 8. Visiting and spending adequate time in the villages, localities of his station limit. 9. To keep Inspector informed of all work performed from time to time. Financial:- No powers Other:- NIL (VIII) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 08 Assistant Sub - Inspectors of Police Statutory:- Administrative:- 1. Investigation of simple cases as directed by SHO and assisting investigation in all cases handled by SHOs and other superior officers. 2. Petition Enquiry. 3. Checking of enquiries in verification rolls. 4. Supervision of service of process work. 5. To function as an Officer in charge of a beat area and check patrols. 6. Direct supervision or handling of station scriptoria work. 7. Detailing duties to the staff during Sub-Inspectors absence and exercising supervision and control over the Constables and Head Constables. 8. Maintenance of cash book. 9. Preparation of pay and traveling allowance bills (He should sign them only when the S.I. is absent) 10. Maintenance of Arms and Ammunition and registers connected there with. 11. To be incharge of out post or beat and perform these duties when posted there. 12. Such other work as may be entrusted to him. Financial: - No powers Other: - NIL (IX) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 09 Head Constables Statutory:- Administrative:- 1. To work with Constables and held them to understand instructions, catechism and drill. 2. To perform duties allotted by SHO. 3. To be incharge of guard or escort when deputed. 4. To visit villages in the station jurisdiction when deputed for a specific purpose. 5. To work as HC incharge of a particular beat area. 6. To attend to court work under the orders of SHO. 7. To investigate cases when deputed by the SHO and to assist the I.O. in investigation. 8. To conduct enquiries into petty complaints. 9. To take care of arrested persons kept in police station. 10. To take care of reception and proper behavior with the persons coming to police station and to attend telephone calls. 11. To be present in the police station in the absence of Sub-Inspectors unless called away in an emergency. He should take approval of S.I. before leaving the station on routine duty. Financial: - No powers Other: - NIL (X) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 01 Police Constables Statutory:- Administrative:- 1. To perform duties in beats, patrols and pickets. 2. Surveillance over history sheeted and other potential criminals as per records. 3. Collection of information and intelligence relating to crimes and criminals, subversive, terrorist and anti social elements in their areas primarily and communication of the same to the authorized superiors. 4. Developing cordial relations with local maithri committees/voluntary organizations and knowledge of households in the beat area. 5. Convey information relating to persons and events that cause or likely to cause law and order situation or wide spread disturbances. 6. Keep in touch with local disputes, caste/communal overtones and inform SHO. 7. Assistance to investigating officers in the matter of arrests, recoveries, searches, identification and securing of witnesses or verification of information. 8. Execute warrants and serve summons promptly. 9. Escort prisoners, arrested persons. 10. Escort injured or dead to the hospital. 11. Guard of prisoners in custody and all station property. 12. Help and assist in dealing with Floods, Earthquakes, Fires, Accidents, Epidemics etc., and put in responsible efforts to save lives and property. 13. To perform allotted duties in Fairs, Festivals, Bundhs, Agitations, Riots, Large Assemblies, Elections, Bandobust and security duties etc., 14. To preserve and guard the scene of occurrence until necessity ceases. 15. To behave courteously with all sections of public and treat poor people, children, women, aged and all weaker sections of society with consideration, sympathy and helpful attitude. 16. To be regular and punctual in his duties, catechism, physical training and weekly parades. 17. To work as a data entry operators in Computers and in the areas of reprography, photography and cartography wherever they have necessary skill. 18. Make entries in the prescribed register and forms and maintain records entrusted to him particularly those relating to beat area. 19. Any other duties allotted by SHO or other superior officers or elsewhere in this manual. Financial: - No powers Other: - NIL (XI) Sl. Name of the Designation No. Officer/Employee 01 Office Superintendents Statutory: - -- Administrative:- 1. Supervise the work of office staff in their sections. 2. Assist Administrative Officer, in discharge of duties. Financial: - No powers Other: - NIL Chapter 4 Procedure Followed in Decision-making Process [Section 4(1)(b)(iii)] Designation of Decision final decision- Activity Description Making making Process authority Goal-setting & NA NA NA Planning Budgeting Pay and Based on Allowances and Superintendent availability of other of Police funds Expenditure Formulation of programmes, NA NA NA schemes and projects Recruitment/hiring Recruitment will be taken up by the Chairman, personnel State Level Police Recruitment Board Release of funds Administrative Based on Superintendent Expenses needs of Police Implementation delivery of -do- -do- -do- service/utilization of funds Monitoring & NA NA NA evaluation Gathering e-Mail/ Superintendent feedback from - Complaint Cell of Police public CHAPTER – 5 Norms set for the Discharge of Functions: Sl.No Function/ Norms/ Standards of Time frame service performance Set 1 Services Registration of F.I.R Immediate 2 Services Supply copy of FIR 3 Hours 3 Services Reach scene of offence Depending upon the Distance and circumstances 4 Services Completion of investigation 5 Services a) Simple cases 1 Month 6 Services b) Property and Grave cases 3 Months 7 Services c) White Collar 6 Months 8 Services Granting bail in bail able offences within 24 hours of Arrest 9 Services PM report after receipt from Immediately medical officer 10 Services Mike permission 24 Hours 11 Services Passport verification after receipt 21 Days from passport office 12 Services Report/ permission for clearance 20 Days of license for a) Lodges b) Hotels c) Cycle Stand d) Band Music and dance in hotels / Restaurants e) Amusement programmes f) Blasting operations g) Premier shows/ benefits shows h) Film/TV shootings 13 Services Bandobust for private functions will be provided subject to availability of staff CHAPTER - 6 RULES AND REGULATIONS Price of the S.No. Description Gist of Contents Publication if priced 1) Andhra Pradesh Duties and Function of Police Manuals Part Police Officers and Men. – I & II 2) Andhra Pradesh Functioning of the Police Office Manual District Police Office. 3) A.P. Treasury Code Financial and Treasury Vol.I & II Rules 4) A.P. Financial Code Financial Powers 5) A.P. Fundamental Sanction of Increment, Rules Leaves, Pay Fixation and other service matters 6) A.P. Budget Manual Budget Rules 7) A.P. State and Service Rules Subordinate Service Rules 8) A.P. Ministerial Service Rules of Service Rules Ministerial Staff 9) A.P. Pension Code Pension Rules 10) A.P. Revised Pension Pension Rules Rules, 1980 11) A.P. C.C. & A Rules, Disciplinary Rules 1991 12) A.P. T.A. Rules, Traveling Allowance 1996 Rules 13) A.P. Police Service Rules of Police Subordinate Service Force Rules 14) A.P. Leave Rules Leave Rules 15) A.P. Financial Code Financial powers 16) A.P. Civil Service Conduct Rules Rules 17) A.P. Special Pay and Drawal of Pay and Allowance Rules Allowances 18) A.P. Medical Medical Reimbursement Attendance & Loans and Loans and Advance and Advance Rules Rules. 19) A.P. General Provident Fund Rules. Provident Fund Rules CHAPTER - 7 Categories of Documents held by the Public Authority Under its Control [Section 4(1) (b) v (i)] Sl.No. Category of document Title of the document Designation and address of the custodian (held by / under the control of whom) 1. Drawal of salaries Long rolls P1, Sr. Asst. 2. Drawal of Supplemental Arrears claims bills P3, Jr.Asst. bills 3. General Provident Fund Loans like GPF Part Final withdrawal, temporary GPF Advance bills. Final P5, Jr.Asst. withdrawal of GPF after retirement and Deaths cases 4. Drawal of Retire/ death cases, P6, Jr.Asst. FBF/GIS/Medical Medical B4, Jr. Asst. Reimbursement Reimbursement 5. F.A., E.A. and Education Sanction of Festival P4, Jr.Asst. Reimbursement advance, Education P2, Jr.Asst Advance and Reimbursement of P4, Jr.Asst. education fee. 6. Making entries of Service Book A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, service matters, leaves, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10, increments, rewards & A11, P3, and G3 defaults, etc. Assts. CHAPTER - 8 Arrangement for Consultation with, or Representation by, the Members of the public in relation to the Formulation of Policy or implementation of thereof [Section 4(1)(b) viii] Arrangements for Arrangements for consultation with or consultation with or representation of S.No Function/Service representation of public in public in relations relations with policy with policy formulation implementation. 1 Receipt of the Superintendent of Police, Central Complaints Cell grievances WARANGAL District. 2 Receipt of the through petitioners Superintendent of Police, grievances (E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) WARANGAL District. 3 Superintendent of Police, Crime Stopper Call Dail 1090 WARANGAL District. Seeking help in Superintendent of Police, 4 Dail 100 emergency WARANGAL District. CHAPTER - 9 Boards, Councils, Committees and other Bodies constituted as part of Public Authority, [ Section 4(1)(b)v(iii)] Whether its Meetings Name of Board, Powers & open to Public / Minutes Council, Composition Functions of its Meetings accessible Committee, etc., for Public Not Applicable CHAPTER - 10 Directory of Officers and Employees [section 4(1)(b)(ix)] fice/ Designation & Address Name, of Land Phone No. Mobile No. E-Mail I tive of Officer/Employee Officer/Employee STD Office Residence S/Shri ural S.P, Warangal Rural Shahnawaz Qasim , IPS., 870 2578155 2455100 94407 95200 email@example.com Fax 870 2577518 rban S.P, Warangal Urban J. Prabhakara Rao, IPS., 870 2567107 2567164 9491089100 9490619596 Fax 870 2567187 ural Addl. SP Warangal Rural P. Marthandam, 870 2578144 2570600 94407 95201 firstname.lastname@example.org Fax 870 2544733 94407 00517 rban Addl. SP Warangal Urban E. Anandam 870 2567187 9491089101 OSD,Warangal Sarvashresth Tripathi, IPS., 870 2578209 2577254 94407 95202 email@example.com 94407 00514 Administrative Officer, DPO Wgl A.Yadaiah 94409 04625 Commdt. 19th Bn. CRPF 870 2438944 Control Room, 19th Bn. CRPF 870 2438933 SDPO Kazipet D.Venkatanarsaiah 870 24782578 9440795222 9440700520 SHO Kazipet A.Chandrashekar, CI 870 2576120 9440700443 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00506 CI Hasanparthy Ashwaq, CI 870 2564333 94407 95220 email@example.com 94407 00525 SI Hasanparthy S. Vasudeva Rao, SI 870 2564333 94407 95226 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00526 SI Atamakur B. Praveen , SI 870 2821233 94407 95227 email@example.com 94407 00500 CI Ghanpur(w) G.Raja Rathanam, CI 870 2559333 94407 95219 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00521 SI Madikonda S.Ravi Kumar, SI 870 2559333 94407 95224 email@example.com 94407 00522 SI Ghanpur(w) R.Santhosh, SI 8711 220233 94407 95223 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00523 SI Dharmasagar A. Srinivas , SI 870 2582333 94407 95225 email@example.com 94407 00524 SDPO Hanamkonda N.Ashok kumar Singh 870 2546900 9246171811 9440700500 SHO Hanamkonda P.Balakishan Rao, CI 870 2546766 94407 95207 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00501 SHO KUC B.Ravindra Kumar, CI 870 2439333 94407 95215 email@example.com 94407 00503 SHO Subedari G. Venkateshwara Babu, CI 870 2456530 94407 95208 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00504 SHO Women PS ASC Bose., CI 870 2456530 94409 04670 email@example.com SDPO Warangal N.Ajay Kumar 870 9440795216 9440700507 SHO Matwada V. Balu Jadav, CI 870 2500876 94407 95209 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00507 SHO Inthesarganj S.M Ali, CI 870 2562756 94407 95217 email@example.com 94407 00509 SHO Mills Colony P.Shoban Kumar, CI 870 2442629 94407 95210 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00510 CI RCCS, Warangal Vacant 870 2428442 94409 04672 SI RCCS 870 2428442 94407 00511 DSP Crimes Jogaiah., DSP CI CCS Warangal Urban P.Shobana Chalam, CI 870 2500723 94406 27759 email@example.com CI CCS Warangal Rural Vishnumurthy., CI SI CCS Warangal Vacant 870 2500723 94409 04628 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00512 DSP Traffic, Warangal P.N. Babu 870 9440795507 CI Traffic, Warangal Surender Reddy , CI 870 2433333 94407 95211 email@example.com 94407 00513 SI Matwada Tr. S.Venkatesh , SI 870 2433333 94409 04663 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00566 SI Hanamkonda Tr K. Jananrdhan Reddy , SI 870 2578520 94409 04661 email@example.com 94407 00567 SI Kazipet Tr Rajendram, SI 870 2576120 94409 04662 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00568 SDPO Mamnoor R.Venkateshwar Rao 94407 95206 email@example.com 94407 00527 CI Mamnoor D. Chandraiah, CI 870 2556333 94407 95221 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00528 SI Mamnoor B.Bharath Kumar, SI 870 2556333 94407 95228 email@example.com SI Geesugonda K.Satyanarayana., SI 870 2581333 94407 95230 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00529 SI Sangem Koteshwar Rao , SI 870 2867333 94409 04629 email@example.com 94407 00530 SI Parvathgiri Habeebuddin Ghori , SI 870 2885333 94409 04630 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00531 CI Wardannapet C.Raji Reddy, CI 8711 230844 94409 04618 email@example.com 94407 00532 SI Wardannapet G.Srinivas Raju, SI 8711 230333 94409 04631 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00533 SI Rayaparthy B.Ramesh, SI 8711 251133 94409 04633 email@example.com 94407 00534 SI Zafargadh Md. Mahamood Ali, SI 8711 236133 94409 04632 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00535 SDPO Parkal Vacant 8713 241390 94409 04675 email@example.com 94407 00580 CI Parkal B.Ramchandra Raju, CI 8713 242800 94409 04676 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00581 SI Parkal M.Srinivas., SI 8713 241333 94409 04677 email@example.com 94407 00582 SI Shyampet V.Venu Madhav, SI 8713 256333 94409 04678 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00583 SI Regonda S.Srinivas, SI 8713 272133 94409 04679 email@example.com 94407 00584 CI Chityal M.Sudhaker, CI 8713 245590 94409 04680 firstname.lastname@example.org SI Chityal P.Dayakar, SI 8713 245255 94409 04681 email@example.com SI Mogullapally R.Venkateshwarlu, SI 8713 247233 94409 04634 firstname.lastname@example.org SHO Bhupalpally K.Muralidhar, CI 8713 221679 94407 95253 email@example.com SDPO Mulug M.Dayananda Reddy 8715 220221 94407 95243 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00579 CI Mulug B.Kishan, CI 8715 221033 94407 95229 email@example.com 94407 00589 SI Mulug Kareemulah Khan, SI 8715 220233 94409 04635 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00539 SI Pasra K.Sridhar, SI 8715 250233 94409 04636 email@example.com 94407 00587 SI Venkatapur P.Vignan Rao, SI 8715 240033 94409 04637 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00586 SI Ghanpur(M) Amrutha Reddy, SI 8715 253233 94409 04639 email@example.com CI Eturnagaram A.Madhusudhan, CI 8717 231303 94407 95252 firstname.lastname@example.org SI Eturnagaram Y.Sanjeeva Rao, SI 8717 231233 94407 95242 email@example.com SI Mangapet K.Rajashekar Raju, SI 8717 243233 94407 95241 SI Tadvai J.Venkatratnam, SI 8717 201033 94407 95249 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00575 SDPO Narsampet S. Muralidhar, 8719 230022 94407 95244 email@example.com 94407 00570 CI Narsampet G.Ravinder, CI 8719 230477 94407 95245 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00571 SI Narsampet K.Karuna Sagar Reddy, SI 8719 230033 94407 95247 email@example.com 94407 00572 SI Nallabelli Md.Sadiq Ali, SI 8718 239233 94407 95248 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00573 SI Duggondi Vacant 8718 274233 94409 04642 email@example.com SI Chennaraopet G.Mohan, SI 8718 222233 94407 95231 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00574 CI Gudur Vacant 8718 242844 94407 95246 email@example.com SI Gudur B. Balaji, SI 8718 242233 94409 04643 firstname.lastname@example.org SI Kothaguda A.Prabhker SI 8718 250233 94409 04644 email@example.com SI Khanapur Yousf jani 8718 252233 94409 4641 firstname.lastname@example.org SI Neckonda Shivaramaiah, SI 8718 221233 94409 04645 email@example.com SDPO Jangaon K.R.Naga Raju, DSP 8716 220002 94407 95232 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00540 SHO Jangaon M.Jithender 8716 220319 94407 95233 email@example.com 94407 00541 SI Raghunathpally S.Raju, SI 8716 230233 94407 95236 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00543 SI Lingala Ghanpur M.Sadanandam,SI 8715 220033 94409 04654 email@example.com 94407 00544 SI Narmetta A. Sampath Rao, SI 8710 288233 94409 04655 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00545 94409 04654 CI Cherial C.Prabhaker, CI 8710 223355 94409 04620 email@example.com 94407 00546 SI Cherial R.Narendar, SI 8710 222233 94409 04656 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00547 SI Bachannapet M.Ravinder Reddy, SI 8710 254233 94409 04638 email@example.com SI Maddur M.Veerabhadram, SI 8710 236233 94407 95237 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00548 CI Palakuthy T.Suresh Kumar., CI 8716 278777 94409 04621 email@example.com SI Palakuthy V.Cheralu, SI 8716 278233 94409 04658 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00549 SI Kodakandla G.Kishan Rao 8716 277233 94409 04659 email@example.com 94407 00550 SI Devaruppula R.Sanjeevaiah, SI 8716 271233 94409 04660 firstname.lastname@example.org SDPO Mah'bad T. Rama Prasad Rao, 8719 240066 94407 95240 email@example.com 94407 00555 SHO Mah'bad Town R.Prabhakar Rao, CI 8719 240077 94407 95239 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00556 CI Mah'bad(R) T. Ravi., CI 8719 240530 94409 04640 email@example.com 94407 00558 SI Dornakal G.Manohar, SI 8719 227833 94409 04647 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00559 CI Korivi G.Ravinder, CI 8719 277233 94409 04619 email@example.com 94407 00562 SI Maripeda SK.Abdul Rahman, SI 8719 278233 94409 04648 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00560 SI Seerole Md.Taj Pasha, SI 8719 252233 94409 04649 email@example.com 94407 00561 SI Koravi S. Rama Swamy, SI 8719 277233 94409 04650 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00569 CI Thorrur G.Bala Swamy 8719 230133 94406 27758 email@example.com 94407 00563 SI Thorrur K.Sridhar Rao, SI 8719 230133 94409 04651 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00565 SI Kesamduram V. Sateesh., SI 8719 250333 94409 04646 email@example.com 94407 00564 SI Narsimhulapet Ch.Sudershan, SI 8719 235233 94409 04653 firstname.lastname@example.org 94407 00537 SI Nellikudur Wali Mohd, SI 8719 233233 94409 04652 email@example.com 94407 00536 CHAPTER – 11 Monthly Remuneration received by Officers and Employees, including the System of Compensation as Provided in Regulations [Section 4(1)(b)(x)] Sl.No. Designation Average Per Head & Per Month 1 SP 22430 2 ADDL.SP 27000 3 SDPOs 20680 4 Inspectors & RI 16150 5 S.Is; WSIs & RSIs 14860 6 A.S.Is & ARSIs 11860 7 ARHCs; HCs & WHC 10900 8 ARPCs; PCs & WPCs 8440 MINISTERIAL STAFF 1 A.O. 18030 2 OFFICE SUPDT. 14860 3 SR.ASST 10900 4 JR.ASST 8440 5 TYPIST 8440 6 R.A. 7520 7 ATTENDER 6700 CLASS-IV 1 DHOBIs 6700 2 BARBERS 6700 CHAPTER - 12 Budget Allocated to Each Agency including Plans etc. Agency Plan/Programme Proposed Expected Report on /Scheme/ Outcomes disbursements made Project/Activity/ or where such details Purpose for are available which budget is (Website, reports, allocated notice board etc.) Police Administrative Budget on need NA NA Department Expenses 12.2 Provide information on the budget allocated for different activities under different programmes/ Schemes/projects etc. in the given format. Agency Plan/Programme/ Amount Amount Budget Budget Scheme/ released spent last allocated released Project/Activity/Purpose last year year current current for which budget is year year allocated Police Administrative Expenses 18,35,75,946 18,28,28,387 2,41,10,200 2,41,10,200 Department CHAPTER - 13 Manner of Execution of Subsidy Programmes [Section 4(1)(b)xii] 13.1 Describe the activities / Programmes / Schemes being implemented by the public authority for which subsidy is provided. Name of Nature/scale of Eligibility Designation of programme/ Subsidy criteria for officer to grant activity grant of subsidy subsidy Not applicable 13.3 Describe the manner of execution of the subsidy programmes Name of Programme/ Application activity Procedure Sanction Disbursement programme/ Procedure Procedure Procedure activity Not applicable CHAPTER - 14 Particulars of Recipients of Concessions, Permits or Authorization grant by the Public Authority [section 4(1)(b)xiii] Institutional Beneficiaries Name of programme/scheme: Date Name & Name & address of Nature/quantum of Designation of Sl.No. recipient institutions of benefit grant granting Not applicable granted authority Name of programme/scheme: Name & Date Designation of Name & address of Nature/ quantum of granting Sl.No. Recipient institutions of benefit granted grant authority Not applicable Individual Beneficiaries: Name & address of Nature/ quantum Date Name & Sl.No. recipient beneficiaries of benefit granted of Designation of grant granting authority Not applicable Name of programme/scheme: Name & Date Desingation of Name & address of Nature/ quantum of granting Sl.No. Recipient institutions of benefit granted grant authority Not applicable CHAPTER – 15 Information Available in Electronic Form [Section 4(1)(b)x(iv)] Description (site Contents or title Designation and Electronic address/location quantum of address of the format where available benefit custodian of etc. granted Information (Held by whom?) Not applicable 15.2 Describe particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information including the working hours of a library or information center or reading room maintained for public use where information relating to the department or records / documents are made available to the public. CHAPTER - 16 Particulars of Facilities available to citizens for obtaining Information [Section 4(1)(b)xv] Facility Description (Location of Details of Information Facility / Name etc.) made available Notice Board All Police Stations BCs, KDs, DCs, Suspects, Rowdies with Names & Photographs News Paper Reports Through PRO Major crimes, bandobust, traffic routes, etc. Public Announcements NIL Nil Information Counter NIL NIL Publications NIL NIL Office Library NIL NIL Websites NIL NIL other Facilities e-Mail receiving public grievances & (name) sending replies CHAPTER - 17 NAMES, DESIGNATIONS, ADDRESSES AND PHONE NUMBERS OF APIOs, PIOs AND APPELLATE AUTHORITIES OF WARANGAL DISTRICT POLICE [Section 4(1) (b) xvi] Name of the Unit APIO PIO Appellate Authority 1 2 3 4 District Level P.Marthandam, A.Yadaiah, Shahnawaz Qasim, IPS., Administrative Addl.SP (Admn.), Warangal Rural Superintendent of Police, Officer, District Warangal Rural Warangal Rural DPO Warangal 9440904625 9440795200 9440795201 A.Yadaiah, E.Anandam, J. Prabhakara Rao, IPS., Administrative Warangal Urban Addl.SP (Admn.), Superintendent of Police, Officer, District Warangal Urban DPO Warangal Warangal Urban 9440904625 9440795201 9490619596 Kazipet Sub-Division Level D. P.Marthandam, A. Srinivas Reddy Kazipet Venkatnarsaiah, PC 2064 Addl.SP (Admn.), Warangal SDPO Kazipet Rural 9440700520 9440795222 9440795201 Circle Level V.Jampaiah PC D. Venkatnarsaiah, Md. Ashfaq 2400 SDPO Kazipet Hasanparthy CI Hasanparthy Inspector Writer 9440795222 9440795220 9440700525 P. Narsaiah PC G.Rajarathnam D. Venkatnarsaiah, 2313 Ghanpur CI Ghanpur (W) SDPO Kazipet Inspector Writer 9440795219 9440795222 9440700521 Police Station Level M.Mohana Murali, A. Chandrashekar D. Venkatnarsaiah, PC 1801 Kazipet SDPO Kazipet Station Writer Inspector Kazipet 9440795222 9440700506 9440700443 S.Vasudeva Rao Md. Ashfaq B. Devender SI CI Hasanparthy Hasanparthy PC 2115 Hasanparthy 9440795220 9440700526 9440795226 U. Narsimha Rao, Md. Ashfaq B. Praveen SI PC 1666 CI Hasanparthy Athmakur Athmakur Station Writer 9440795220 9440795227 9440700527 K. Narsimha Rao, R. Santhosh SI G.Rajarathnam PC 2452 Ghanpur (w) Ghanpur (W) CI Ghanpur (W) Station Writer 9440795223 9440795219 9440700523 S.Venkanna PC 2707 S. Ravi Kumar SI G.Rajarathnam Madikonda Station Writer Madikonda CI Ghanpur (W) 9440514710 9440795224 9440795219 T.Rajender PC A. Srinivas SI G.Rajarathnam 2050 Dharmasagar Dharmasagar CI Ghanpur (W) Station Writer 9440795225 9440795219 9440700524 Hanamkonda Sub-Division Level Ashok Kumar K. Swamy, PC P.Marthandam, Singh, 2719 Hanamkonda SDPO Addl.SP (Admn.), Warangal SDPO Writer Rural Hanamkonda 9440700500 9440795201 9490700442 Police Station Level Ashok Kumar R. Babu Rao, HC 324 P. Balakishan Rao, Singh, Hanamkonda Station Writer CI Hanamkonda SDPO 9440795207 Hanamkonda 9440700526 9490700442 Ashok Kumar G.Venkateshwar Singh, T.Damodar, PC 2051 Babu, Subedari Inspector Writer SDPO Inspector Subedari 9440700504 Hanamkonda 9440795208 9490700442 Ashok Kumar B. Ramulu, PC 2616 B. Ravindra Kumar Singh, KUC Station Writer Inspector, PS KUC SDPO Hanamkonda 9440795203 9440795215 9490700442 Warangal Sub-Division Level G.Vijender, PC 2351 N. Ajay Kumar, P.Marthandam, Warangal SDPO Writer SDPO Warangal Addl.SP (Admn.), Warangal Rural 08702424634 9440627809 9440795201 Police Station Level S.M.Ali, Ch.Jayadev, PC 1802 N. Ajay Kumar, Inspector Inthezargunj Station Writer SDPO Warangal Inthezargunj, 9440700509 9440627809 9440795217 S. Kumaraswamy, HC V.Balu Jadav, N. Ajay Kumar, 555 Matwada Inspector Matwada SDPO Warangal Station Writer 9440795210 9440627809 9440700507 S.Ashok Kumar, PC P.Shoban Kumar, N. Ajay Kumar, 2577 Mills Colony Inspector Mills SDPO Warangal Station Writer Colony 9440795209 9440627809 9440700510 Warangal Traffic Circle Level P.N.Babu R.Rajeshwar Rao, HC S.Surender Reddy, 257 DSP Traffic Warangal Traffic CI Traffic Inspector Writer Warangal 9440700513 9440795211 9440795507 Police Station Level Md. Hafeez, HC 688, S.Venkatesh, S. Surender Reddy, Matwada Traffic Station Writer SI Matwada Traffic CI Traffic 9440700566 9440904663 9440795211 K.Janardhan Reddy, G.Mahender, PC 827 S. Surender Reddy, Hanamkonda SI Hanamkonda Station Writer CI Traffic Traffic Traffic 9440700567 9440795211 9440904661 N.Chakrapani, PC 2135 N. Rajendram, S. Surender Reddy, Kazipet Traffic Station Writer SI Traffic CI Traffic 9440700568 9440904662 9440795211 Warangal Crime Circle Level G.Vidya Sagar, PC 1971 P. Shobhanachalam G.Jogaiah, CCS, Warangal Inspector Writer CI CCS 9440627759 DSP Crime 9440700512 Mamnoor Sub-Division Level R. Venkateshwar P.Marthandam, Raju, PC 2351 Rao, Mamnoor SDPO Writer Addl.SP (Admn.), SDPO Mamnoor Warangal Rural 08702424634 9440795201 9440795206 Circle Level N.Vijay Kumar, PC R. Venkateshwar Rao, C.Raji Reddy, 1991 Wardannapet Inspector Writer CI Wardannapet SDPO Mamnoor 9440904618 9440795206 9440700532 K. Srinivas, PC 645 D.Chandraiah, R. Venkateshwar Rao, Mamnoor Inspector Writer SDPO Mamnoor CI Mamnoor 9440700528 9440795221 9440795206 Police Station Level B. Ramesh, PC2037 G.Srinivas Raju, C.Raji Reddy, Wardannapet Station Writer SI Wardhannapet CI Wardhannapet 9440904631 9440904618 9440700533 M. Narsaiah, ASI/461 Md. Mahamood Ali, C.Raji Reddy, Zaffargadh Station Writer CI Wardhannapet SI Zaffargadh 9440904618 9440700535 9440904632 N.Kiran Kumar, PC 2669 B.Ramesh, C.Raji Reddy, Rayaparthy SI Rayaparthy CI Wardhannapet Station Writer 9440904633 9440904618 9440700534 K. Kiran Kumar, PC 338 S. Anjaneyulu D.Chandraiah, Mamnoor SI Mamnoor Station Writer 9440795228 CI Mamnoor 94407 95228 9440795221 A.Kumara Swamy, PC 1954 K. Satyanarayana D.Chandraiah, Geesugonda SI Geesugonda CI Mamnoor Station Writer 9440795230 9440795221 9440700529 M.Mahipal Reddy, PC 2040 L.Koteshwar Rao, D.Chandraiah, Sangem SI Sangem CI Mamnoor Station Writer 9440904629 9440795221 9440700530 M. Ramesh, PC 1617 Md. Habeebuddin D.Chandraiah, Ghori, Parvathagiri Station Writer CI Mamnoor SI Parwathagiri 9440700531 9440904630 9440795221 Parkal Sub-Division Level T.Parameshwara chary M.Dayananda P.Marthandam, HC1432 Reddy, Parkal Addl.SP (Admn.), SDPO Writer SDPO Mulug I/C Warangal Rural Parkal 94407 9440700580 9440795201 95243 Circle Level B.Ramchandra Raju M.Dayananda Reddy, Inspector Writer Parkal SDPO Mulug I/C Parkal 9440700581 CI Parkal, 94407 95243 9440904676 P.Goverdhan, PC 1185 M.Sudhaker,, M.Dayananda Reddy, Chityal Inspector Writer CI Chityal SDPO Mulug I/C Parkal 9848186926 9440904680 94407 95243 Police Station Level B.Kumara Swamy, PC 2041 M.Srinivas, B.Ramchandra Raju Parkal SI Parkal CI Parkal Station Writer 9440904677 9440904676 9440700582 S. Venkatadri, HC- 1553, S.Srinivas, B.Ramchandra Raju Regonda SI Regonda CI Parkal Station Writer 9440904679 9440904676 9491158053. B. Ashok, PC67 B.Ramchandra Raju V.Venu Madhav, Shyampet Station Writer SI Shyampet CI Parkal 9440904678 9440904676 9849899690 R. Ananda Chary, HC P.Dayakar, M.Sudhaker, 1034 Chityal SI Chityal CI Chityal Station Writer 9440904681 9440904680 9866238200 T.Sampath PC 3305 M.Sudhaker, R.Venkateshwarlu, Mogullapally Station Writer SI Mogullapally CI Chityal 9440904634 9989197395 9440904680 A.Raja Narender, PC 2374 K.Muralidhar, M.Dayananda Reddy, Bhupalpally CI Bhupalpally SDPO Mulug I/C Parkal Station Writer 9440795253 94407 95243 9963584177 Mahabubabad Sub-Division Level T.Rama Prasad P.Marthandam, Atheeq Hussain, Rao Mahabubabad Addl.SP (Admn.), CC to SDPO SDPO Warangal Rural 9440700555 Mahabubabad 9440795201 9440795240 Circle Level K.Gopi,PC-2388 T.Ravi, T. Rama Prasad Rao Mahabubabad Inspector Writer CI of Police SDPO Mahabubabad (R) 9440700556 9490700440 9440795240 S.Srinivas, PC 548 T. Rama Prasad Rao G.Balaswamy Thorrur Inspector Writer, CI Thorrur SDPO Mahabubabad 9440627758 9440795240 9440700563 D. Srinivasa Rao, PC G.Ravinder, T. Rama Prasad Rao 2037 Kuravi CI Kuravi SDPO Mahabubabad Inspector Writer, 9440700562 9440904619 9440795240 Police Station Level R.Prabhakar Rao, G.Srinivas,PC1939, T. Rama Prasad Rao Mahabubabad Inspector of Town Station Writer, Police, SDPO Mahabubabad 9440700557. 9440795240 9440795239 Md. Afzal, ASI, T. Rama Prasad Rao Bharath Kumar,SI Mahabubabad Station Writer Mahabubabad (R) SDPO Mahabubabad Rural 9440904640 9440795240 9440700558 P.Kumara Swamy, ASI V. Sathish T. Rama Prasad Rao 531 Kesamudram Station Writer, SI Kesamudram SDPO Mahabubabad 9440904646 9440795240 9440700564 P.Rajender, ASI/1251 K.Sridhar Rao, G.Balaswamy Thorrur Station Writer, SI Thorrur CI Thorrur 9440700565 9440904651 9440627758 K.Rajender, ASI1408 Wali Mohd, G.Balaswamy Nellikudur Station Writer, SI Nellikudur CI Thorrur 9440904652 9440627758 9440700536 Ch.Sudershan G.Balaswamy Quasim, PC 3168 Narismhulapet SI Narsimhulapet CI Thorrur Station Writer, 9440904653 9440627758 9440700537 Rajender, HC 763 T.Rama Swamy, G.Ravinder, Kuravi Station Writer, SI Kuravi CI Kuravi 9440700569 9440904650 9440904619 M.Srinivas Rao, PC T. Rama Prasad Rao G. Manohar 2664 Dornakal Inspector Dornakal SDPO Mahabubabad Station Writer, 9440904647 9440795240 9440700559 K. Prabhakar, PC2411 S.K.Abdul G.Ravinder, Rahaman, Maripeda Station Writer, CI Kuravi SI Maripeda 9440700560 9440904619 9440904648 Md. Afzal, HC351 Md.Taj Pasha, G.Ravinder, Seerole Station Writer, SI Seerole CI Kuravi 9440700561 9440904649 9440904619 Narsampet Sub-Division Level K.Malla Reddy, PC P.Marthandam, S.Muralidhar , 2033 Narsampet Writer Addl.SP (Admn.), SDPO Narsampet Warangal Rural 9440795244 9440700570 9440795201 Circle Level M.Rama Rao, HC 1440 G.Ravinder, S. Muralidhar , Narsampet Inspector Writer CI Narsampet SDPO Narsampet 9440700571 9440795245 9440795244 S. Ramchandraiah, HC S. Muralidhar , Gudur 487 Inspector Writer CI Gudur SDPO Narsampet 08718-242844 9440795246 9440795244 Police Station Level K. Karunasagar G. Venkanna, PC1809 G. Ravinder, Reddy, Narsampet Station Writer SI Narsampet CI Narsampet 9440700572 9440795245 9440795247 L.. Kumaraswamy, PC Md. Sadiq Ali, G. Ravinder, 1830 Nallabelly SI Nallabelly CI Narsampet Station Writer 9440795248 9440795245 9440700573 B. Narayana Reddy, G. Ravinder, G. Mohan, SI ASI/1388 Chennaraopet Chennaraopet CI Narsampet Station Writer 94407-95231 9440795245 9440700574 T. Ramesh, HC 246 G. Ravinder, SI Duggondi, Duggondi Station Writer CI Narsampet 9440904642 08718-274233 9440795245 S. Ram Chandraiah, PC 487 B.Balaji, S. Muralidhar , Gudur SI Gudur SDPO Narsampet Station Writer 944004643 9440795244 08718 252233 V.Rajender, PC 1429 S. Muralidhar , Yusuf Jany, Khanapur Station Writer SI Khanapur SDPO Narsampet 9440904641 9440795244 08718 252233 V.Sarangapani, ASI 604 A.Prabhakar, S. Muralidhar , Kothaguda Station Writer SI Kothaguda SDPO Narsampet 08718-250233 9440904644 9440795244 M.Linga Reddy, HC 243 S. Muralidhar , J.Shivaramaiah, Neckonda Station Writer SI Neckonda SDPO Narsampet 9440904645 9440795244 08718-221233 Mulug Sub-Division Level M.Dayananda P.Marthandam, V.Giri Reddy Addl.SP (Admn.), Mulug CC to SDPO SDPO Mulug Warangal Rural 9440700579 9440795243 9440795201 Circle Level Ch.Eshwar, PC 2437 B.Kishan, M. Dayananda Reddy Mulug Inspector Writer CI Mulug SDPO Mulug 9440700589 9440795229 9440795243 U. Praveen Kumar, PC 3438 A.Madhusudhan, M. Dayananda Reddy Eturunagaram CI Eturnagaram SDPO Mulug Inspector Writer 9440795252 9440795243 9440700589 Police Station Level Md. Sarvar, ASI-957, Karim Ulla Khan B. Kishan, Mulug Station Writer SI Mulug CI Mulug 9849436957 9440904635 9440795229 K. Venkateshwarlu, S. Amrutha Reddy, B. Kishan, PC 2639 SI Ghanpur (M) CI Mulug Ghanpur (M) Station Writer 9440904639 9440795229 9441681651 D. Venkata Narsaiah, K. Sridhar, B. Kishan, PC 1297 SI Pasara CI Mulug Pasra Station Writer 9440904636 9440795229 9666543221 P. Bala Raju, PC 2125 P. Vignan Rao, B. Kishan, Venkatapur Station Writer SI Venkatapur CI of Police 9912442599 9440904637 9440795229 K. Krishna, PC 2687 Y. Sanjeeva Rao, A. Madhusudhan, Eturunagaram Station Writer SI Eturnagaram CI Eturnagaram, 9494038908. 9440795242 9440795252 K. Nagaraju, PC 958 K. Raja Shekar Raju A. Madhusudhan, Station Writer SI Mangapet CI Eturnagaram, Mangapet 9492115811 9440795241 9440795252 P. Suraiah,HC1469 J. Venkata Rathnam, A. Madhusudhan, Station Writer SI Tadvai CI Eturnagaram, Tadvai 94400-04805 9440795249 9440795252 Jangaon Sub-Division Level M.Marthandam, K.R.Naga Raju, Nemelaiah, PC 1009 Jangaon Addl.SP (Admn.), SDPO Jangaon 9440700540 Warangal Rural 9440795232 9440795201 Circle Level P.Chary, PC 2579 M.Jithender K.R. Naga Raju HAC CI Jangaon Jangaon Rural Inspector Writer SDPO Jangaon Rural 9440700541 9440795233 9440795232 P. Gopi Chand PC 642 T. Suresh Kumar K.R. Naga Raju Palakurthy Inspector Writer CI Palakurthy SDPO Jangaon 9441094425 9440904621 9440795232 G. Narsaiah, PC 2144 C.Prabhakar K.R. Naga Raju Cherial Inspector Writer CI Cherial SDPO Jangaon 9440700541 9440904620 9440795232 Police Station Level P. Rajendar SI-II M.Jithender K.R. Naga Raju HAC CI Jangaon Jangaon PS Jangaon SDPO Jangaon Rural 9440904664 9440795233 9440795232 M. Jithendar CI K. Ramesh PC 2384 M.Sadanandam, Jangaon Lingala Ghanpur Station Writer SI Lingala Ghanpur HAC Jangaon Rural 9441332746 9440904654 9440795233 D.Surender, ASI 543 S.Raju, M. Jithendar CI Station Writer, Jangaon Raghunathpally SI Raghunathpally HAC Jangaon Rural 94400700543 9440795236 9440795233 Md. Sulthan ASI A.Sampath Rao M. Jithendar CI Jangaon Narmetta Station Writer SI Narmetta HAC Jangaon Rural 9346850212 9440904655 9440795233 A. Narendar PC 841 V. Cheralu T. Suresh Kumar Palakurthy Station Writer SI Palakurthy CI Palakurthy 9440988086 9440904658 9440904621 K. Vidhyasagar PC G. Kishan Rao T. Suresh Kumar 1451 Kodakandla Station Writer, SI Kodakandla CI Palakurthy 9440904659 9440904621 9948291940 N. Venkatamallu HC 592 R.Sanjeevaiah T. Suresh Kumar Devaruppula SI Devaruppula CI Palakurthy Station Writer 9440904660 9440904621 9392482585 Md.Moinuddin, HC 390 C.Prabhakar R.Naredar Cherial Station Writer, SI Cherial CI Cherial 9440904656 9440904620 9440700547 D. Hanumanthu HC 1239 Ravinder Reddy C.Prabhakar Bachannapet SI Bachannapet CI Cherial Station Writer, 9440904638 9440904620 9949857986 P. Ravinder HC 1442 M.Veerabhadram C.Prabhakar Maddur Station Writer SI Maddur CI Cherial 9949279407 9440795237 9440904620 .
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