You can easily register FIR online with Tamil Nadu Police with the system introduced to register FIR online for people who want to file First Information Report.
FIR in Tamil Nadu can be lodged web application any time anywhere without going to police stations.
Step 1 : Hit on the link to visit Website of Tamil Nadu Police. The following menu will open.
Step 2 : Hit on Register Online Complaints Button. The following menu will open. The menu will be opened in Horizontal format.
The menu is shown here in vertical format for easy presentation.
Step 3 : Fill the information asked for in the menu. Fields in Red colour are mandatory.
District : Select the District in which crime happened in Tamil Nadu
Name : Enter the name of Complainant
Gender : Select Gender i.e. Male, Female or Transgender
Address : Enter address of Complainant
Mobile No : Enter Mobile No of Complainant
E-Mail : Enter Email Address of Complainant
Subject : Select Subject from the Drop Down Menu. If your subject is not available in the list please chose others
Date of Occurrence : Select Date of Occurrence
Place of Occurrence : Enter place of occurrence (Maximum 200 characters allowed in this field)
Complaint Description : Enter Complaint Description (Maximum 2000 characters allowed)
Want to attach documents : Chose Yes if you want to attach supporting documents. Chose No if you don't want to attach documents. (Maximum file size should be 4 MB. File formats allowed are PDF, JPEG and PNG.
Security Code : Enter Security code displayed in the box
Step 4 : Hit on Register Button
Now your complaint is registered with Tamil Nadu Police. You will receive e-mail confirmation to your email account.
Note : False Complaints are subject to Prosecution under Indian Penal Code
- Attempt to Commit Crime
- Charging Exorbitant Interest
- Counterfeiting of Currency
- Criminal Intimidation
- Criminal Tress Pass
- Cyber Crimes
- Document Missing
- Eve Teasing
- Juvenile Delinquency
- Land Grabbing
- Missing Persons
- Mobile Missing
- Non Banking Financial Institution Cases
- Offences against religion and public worship
- Offences against state
- Offences relating to marriage
- Political offences
- Quarrel / Altercations
- Stolen Property
- Traffic violations
- Vehicle Missing
- Women Harassment
- Wrongful Confinement
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