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About Department

The AP Police force was born out of the integration of two separate police forces-the police force of the ex-Andhra state and that of the Telangana area in the erstwhile Hyderabad state. The condition of the state during the mid 19th century was one of great anarchy and confusion.

The territory of Telangana was ruled by the dynasty of the Nizam founded by Asaf Jah, a general in the army of the Mughal emperor Aurangazeb. He and his successors ruled the entire Deccan region with assistance and guidance from the French. In the districts the policing work was performed by irregular troops, the Sibandi peons, the Nizamats and the village servants. The Telangana region was monitored by the Mannevars and Mazkuris. Armed with the authority to investigate arrest, liberate or punish the guilty these village servants in return for the police duties performed by them held lands and received a share of the yield from the villagers.

When the British came in the 19th century they introduced a system of policing that initiated a process of transition from military diplomacy to a modernized system.

With the advent of Independence of India in 1947, the Nizam of Hyderabad envisaged an independent suzerainty of his dynasty and Muslim rule. However the police action in September, 1948 dispelled the Nizams notions and after strenuous efforts by the police and army to restore law and order, Hyderabad became a part of the Indian Union on the 26th January 1950.

The Police Act 1861 instituted the system of policing which is in force in India today. It is Act V that regulates the organization, recruitment and discipline of the India Police. With the induction of the Police Code in 1865 and the creation of the post of Inspector General of Police, there was a marked improvement in the law and order scenario in the country.

Thus was born a new Andhra Pradesh, a land of multifarious hues and people that boasts of a strong and uncompromising yet empathetic and responsive Police Force. Soft temperaments laced with firm action, the Andhra Pradesh Police, created on 1st November 1956 with a rich, colorful and varied history was born of the amalgamation of two separate police forces the police force of the erstwhile Andhra state and that of the Telangana area in the erstwhile Hyderabad state.

Mission and Vision

The mission of Kamareddy Police is to uphold the rule of law, maintain order, prevent and detect crimes, prevent economic offences, preserve peace and provide for a safe environment in Kamareddy District by working in partnership with the community.

Core Values In pursuance of our mission, we shall:

Discharge our duties with a sense of service, impartiality, fearlessness and exemplary integrity Protect the life and property of all citizens giving special care to issues related to the underprivileged sections of the society, environment and cultural heritage of the people.

Efficiently assist rescue and relief work during disaster, regulate traffic and maintain order on roads as well as facilitate a safe and happy journey for the citizens.

Strive to win the trust and co-operation of the community by being a disciplined, responsible and transparent police that is polite, courteous and people friendly.

Professionally, strive relentlessly to be an alert and a modern police which respects human rights and is always smartly turned out.

LIST OF POLICE OFFICERS CONTACT NUMBERS IN KAMAREDDY DISTRICT AS ON 01.02.2020.
SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE – N.SWETHA IPS  8332931100,(08468-226699) ,  SP.CAMP-08468-226699, FAX-08468-225699
ADDL SUPERINTENDENT OF POLICE – J. ANYONYA 8500955081 (08468-223933)
NAME OF THE SUB DIVISIONAL OFFICE WITH OFFICER NAMES & CONTACT NUMBERS NAME OF THE CIRCLE OFFICES WITH OFFICER NAMES & CONTACT NUMBERS NAME OF THE POLICE STATIONS NAME OF THE OFFICERS CONTACT NUMBER LAND LINE NUMBER
DSP-KAMAREDDY   SHO-KAMAREDDY TOWN KAMAREDDY I.JAGADEESH 9440795423 08468-223633
T.LAXMINARAYANA CIP-KAMAREDDY RURAL DEVANPALLY K.SRI KANTH 9440795437 08468-229633
9440795426 K.CHANDRASHEKAR REDDY
08468-223259 9440795410 MACHAREDDY SRINIVAS REDDY 9440795441 08468-252097
8468223833 RAMAREDDY (NEW) K.RAJU 9490618033 08468-255033
CIP-BHIKNOOR BHIKNOOR A.NAVEENKUMAR 9440795427 08468-240233
D.YALADRI 9440795413 DOMAKONDA A.RAJESWAR GOUD 9440795422 08468-230533
8468240285 BIBIPET P.SHANKER 9490618015 08468-234033
RAJAMPET (NEW) R.SATISH KUMAR   9490618028 7901244333
DSP-YELLAREDDY   CIP-SADASHIVANAGAR G.VENKATAIAH SADASHIVA NAGAR J.NARESH 9440795425 08468-248512
K.SHESHANK REDDY 9440895000 9490618012 TADWAI KRISHNA MURTHY 9440795428 08468-250133
08465-228833 8468248033 GANDHARI  SRIKANTH 9440795465 08465-278133
CIP-YELLAREDDY  YELLAREDDY SWETHA 9440795463 08465-227033
J.RAJASHEKAR 9440795445 LINGAMPET Y.SUKANDAR REDDY 9440795464 08465-271233
8465227009 NAGIREDDYPET C.MOHAN 9440795466 08465-273033
DSP-BANSWADA   SHO-BANSWADATOWN BANSWADA P.MAHESH GOUD 9440795462 08466-227033
S.R .DAMODHER REDDY CIP-BANSWADA RURAL  BIRKUR  U.SATISH 9440795461 08466-279833
9490617639 CH.TATABABU 9440795454 PITLAM K .SUDAKAR 9440795459 08466-271533
08466-227227 8466227126 NIZAMSAGAR P.SAYANNA 9440795460 08465-275533
NASRULLABAD (NEW) L.SANDEEP 9490618001 08466-273270
CIP-BICHKUNDA  BICHKUNDA R.KRISHNA 9440795456 08464-275633
SAJEEDULLHA 9440795455 08464275644  JUKKAL MD. RAFIUDDIN  9440795457 08464-245833
MADNOOR S.SURESH 9440795429 08464-225233
PEDDAKODAPGAL B. RANJITH  9490619686 08466-274000
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SPECIAL BRANCH INSPECTOR: D.RAMBABU-9490618024, SB.CONTROL-KAMAREDDY-08468-224233, AR HQRS KAMAREDDY-08468-223533, PCR (O)-08468-226633, (M)-9490617633, SHE TEAM KAMAREDDY-8985333321