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INDEX

   

SUBJECT

PAGE

 

PROFILE OF AP AND AP POLICE

 
 

CRIME – SNAPSHOTS

 
 

BEST PRACTICES OF A.P. IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

 
 

CCTNS

 
 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

CHAPTER-1

DISTRIBUTION OF COGNIZABLE CRIME

 

CHAPTER-2

BODILY CRIME

 

CHAPTER-3

PROPERTY CRIME

 

CHAPTER-4

ECONOMIC OFFENCES

 

CHAPTER-5

CRIME AGAINST WOMEN

 

CHAPTER-6

ANTI HUMAN TRAFFICKING

 

CHAPTER-7

CRIME AGAINST CHILDREN

 

CHAPTER-8

JUVENILE DELINQUENCY

 

CHAPTER-9

CRIME AGAINST SC/ST

 

CHAPTER-10

FACTION CRIME

 

CHAPTER-11

EXTREMIST OFFENCES

 

CHAPTER-12

GRAVE CRIMES

 

CHAPTER-13

SPECIAL AND LOCAL LAWS

 

CHAPTER-14

CYBER CRIME

 

CHAPTER-15

CUSTODIAL DEATHS

 

CHAPTER-16

MISSING PERSONS

 

CHAPTER-17

ROAD ACCIDENTS

 

CHAPTER-18

THEFT OF IDOLS

 

CHAPTER-19

ARRESTS

 

CHAPTER-20

DISPOSAL OF IPC CASES BY POLICE AND BY COURTS

 

CHAPTER-21

COMPARATIVE STATEMENTS UNDER DIFFERENT CRIME HEADS

 

CHAPTER-22

POLICE STRENGTH AND INFRASTRUCTURE

 

CHAPTER-23

POLICE SACRIFICES

 
 

MARINE POLICE

 
 

FSL

 
 

FPB

 
 

DISTRICT PROFILES & MAPS AND CRIME TRENDS

 
 

MAGISTRATE COURTS AND THEIR JURISDICTIONS

 
 

NAMES & PHONE NOs. OF DIST. LEGAL SERVICE AUTHORITY

 
 

REGISTRATION NOs & LETTERS UNDER AP MOTOR VEHICLE RULES

 
 

PHONE NUMBERS OF SENIOR POLICE OFFICERS

 

PROFILE OF ANDHRA PRADESH AND ANDHRA PRADESH POLICE

I. GENERAL

 

1

Area in Sq. Kms.

 

279529

2

Population (in Lakhs)

 

903.92

3

Male (in Lakhs)

 

460.91

4

Female (in Lakhs)

 

443.01

5

No. of Villages

 

30196

6

Density of Population (Per Sq.KM)

 

309

7

Sex Ratio (Females per 1000 Males)

 

993

8

No. of Revenue Districts

 

23

9

No. of Revenue Divisions

 

91

10

No. of Revenue Mandals

 

1128

 

Rural / Urban Population (in Lakhs) (Urban + Rural)

 

903.92

11

(397.72 + 506.20)

12

Bordering States

Orissa, Tamilnadu, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka and Chattishgarh

II. POLICE

1

No. of Districts

22 Dists., 4 Commissionerates, 4 Urban Dists. and 3 Rly. Dists.

2

Strength (Civil + AR+APSP)

 

99796

3

Police Stations (Including Women P.Ss)

 

1708

4

Women Police Stations

 

31

5

No. of Circles

 

339

6

No. of Sub-Divisions

 

173

 

Police/Population (Per lakh Population)

AP

:

110

7

All India : 137 (2012)

8

Density of Police Personnel (No. of Policemen per Sq.Km)

 

0.36

9

Total no. of UI cases ( as on 31.12.2013)

 

92558

10

Total no. of PT cases ( as on 31.12.2013)

 

359201

CRIME - SNAPSHOTS

CRIME HIGHEST LOWEST Crime Rate (IPC)* Ranga Reddy (469.62) VSP Rural (141.09) Incidence of Crime
CRIME
HIGHEST
LOWEST
Crime Rate (IPC)*
Ranga Reddy (469.62)
VSP Rural (141.09)
Incidence of Crime
Cyberabad (19217)
Rajahmundry Urban(2065)
Murder
Mahaboobnagar (163)
Rajaymundry Urban (11)
Rioting
Nalgonda (153)
Vijayawada City (6)
Kidnapping & Abduction
Cyberabad (170)
Rajahmundry Urban(9)
Thirupathi Urban
Cyberabad
Dacoity
(13)
Krishna
(NlL)
Nizamabad
Vizianagaram
Robbery
Cyberabad (87)
VSP Rural (4)
Burglary
Cyberabad (1313)
Ranga Reddy (92)
Cheating
Hyderabad City (2122)
Rajahmundry Urban (40)
Rape
Cyberabad (131)
Tirupathi Urban (10)
Dowry Death
Cyberabad (43)
Rajahmundry Urban (2)
Harassment
Cyberabad (1477)
VSP Rural (92)
Molestation
Nalgonda (357)
Tirupathi Urban (33)
SC/ST Offences
Kurnool (225)
Rajahmundry Urban (39)
Special and Local Laws
Hyderabad (3430017)
Ranga Reddy (34090)

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

BEST PRACTICES OF A. P. POLICE IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

I. AP Police was identified by Ministry of Home Affairs as one of the Advanced Sate in Information Technology. AP Police initiated the computerization process in the year 1992. Initially Police Computer Services is a part of CID and it was made as a separate unit in the year 1999.

II. To cater the local policing needs AP Police started e-cops project. During development and implementation the department has faced many problems due to various reasons. To overcome those problems the AP Police has designed and implemented several initiatives which can be called as “Best Practices”.

a. Training :- A training lab with 20 systems was provided to each district / unit for imparting training to the district staff. Good performers in the end user training and interested / semi technically qualified personnel i.e., Diploma Holders, ITI qualified were selected and provided training in System Administration, Database Administration, Hardware and Network Maintenance and Troubleshooting etc. Again in these trainings, the best performers were selected and made them as Trainers who in turn trained almost all personnel of their respective units.

b. Computer Based Training (CBTs) :- CBTs was developed for each application and the CBTs were supplied to each unit / sub unit so that the end user can learn the usage of the application leisurely without any pressure. The CBTs also came very handy to those who were interested to learn but were not spared to attend the training due to shortage of the staff. All police personal can access the CBT through intranet portal.

c. IT Core Teams :- After providing the required training to the district personnel, AP Police has selected top performers and formed a team called IT Core Team under the control of unit officer. The responsibility of Installing, Training, Implementing and Maintaining the IT Initiatives was bestowed to these teams. The good services of these team members were recognized by the unit officers and were awarded with suitable rewards from time to time. Apart from these teams AP Police has also formed District Implementation Teams headed by Addl. SP and State Mission Teams headed by IGP PCS & S.

d. Net work connectivity :- AP Police provided network connectivity all the places. i.e, Police Stations, Circle Offices/ACP Offices, Sub Division Offices/DCP Offices, DPO/Commission rates, Chief Office and all special units. All the units are connected to State of Art Data Center of AP State Police at Chief Office.

e. Hardware :- AP Police provided Computers, Printers with UPS to all the places. i.e., Police Stations, Circle Offices/ACP Offices, Sub Division Offices/DCP Offices, DPO/Commission rates, Chief Office and all special units.

f. Applications :- AP Police has developed lot of application to strengthen the field officers. All the applications are clustered in to the Intranet Portal and made available to all the Police Stations. The following applications are widely used :-

1. AP Police emailing System :- It is a name based mailing system. Can be accessed by Intranet and Internet. Widely used to get call details reports from Service Providers and Internal Communication.

2.

AP Police Messaging System :- It is a mandatory application. It is a unique application using database for messing system. All the roles (approx. 10000) are categorized and made available in this system. Al the circular and official communications were made through this only. Which saves lot of manpower, time and paper.

3.

3 rd Eye :- It is a best Investigation Supporting Tool. The tool established the Identity proof of the person. It contains the database of Mobile Phones, Driving Licences, Vehicle Information, Ration Cards, Voter ID Cards and Education Certificates.

4.

Criminal Intelligence System:- It is a Crime and Criminal Database System. The information of all criminal with their total particulars are available in this application. The system will also have the information about NBWs, Missing Persons, Un-identified Dead Bodies, Vehicle Information and Jail Releases. The system will also perform the automatic match with missing with un-identified bodies, lost and recovered mobiles/vehicles etc.

5.

Personal Information System:- The application contains the service records of each and every individual working in Police Department. The application contains the pay, personal, leave, rewards, punishments, postings, trainings and insurance information.

6.

State Crime Records Bureau Returns:- All the required returns for SCRB (105 returns) are entered at Police Station Level and compiled at each level i.e., Circle, Sub division, DPO and SCRB. Which saves lot of manpower, time and paper.

7.

Investigation Supporting Center :- The application is ready reference tool to the Investigating Officers. All the Standard Operating Procedures are compiled crime head wise and systematically arranged. It also provided the Check lists and Action Plan to the Investigating Officers. All the relevant templates are made available in this application.

8.

E-cops:- All the Police procedures were systematically computerised in this application. All the 7 Integrated Investigation forms (FIR, CDF, Search & Seizure, Arrest, Charge sheet/final report, Court Disposal, Appeal) are computerised. This will help Senior Officers to monitor the day to day progress of the case and evaluate the performance of the Investigating Officer.

9.

CAT:- Call Analysis Tool is an application which performs the Analysis of the Call Details Reports uploaded for a specific crime. This application performs the General analysis and Sensitive Analysis.

10.

SMS facility:- All the Sub Inspector and above officers are provided Mobile Phones under Common User Group (CUG) Category. With the help of this the officers can avail SMS gateway facility for getting information of Mobile Phones and Vehicle Information

III.

The following applications are used occasionally and some unit will use regularly:-

a. File Movement and Tracking System

b. Daily Situation Reports :- Which consists of

1. Agitations

2. Guard Charges

3. Sports Fund

4. Police Budget

5. Arms Licences

c. Bandobasth (Force Deployment)

1. Trail Monitoring System

2. Police Training (ERP)

IV. Dial 100 :- This is facility provided to the general public they can dial 100 for Police help. Once the call received by Police Control Room Irrespective of the time and location Police Patrolling Party will reach the spot at the earliest.

V. Missing Person Monitoring Cell :- With the collaboration of UNICEF, WC &D, NIC and Police Missing Persons Monitoring Cell was formed in CID. Its pickups the data of Missing Persons and un-identified dead bodies information from e-cops and hosts in Missing Persons website. I.e., http://missingperson.ap.nic.in the same link is available in CID Website http://www.cidap.gov.in and AP State Police website http://apstatepolice.org

VI. Enterprise e-COPS :- Under the Central Government Project i.e.,, CCTNS (Crime Criminal Tracking and Network System) AP Police is enhancing the e-cops application to Enterprise e-COPS application. The objective of the application is 4 ONEs. (One Man Entry, One Place Entry, One Time Entry and in One Application). All the applications available in our intranet portal are clustered with this enterprise e- COPS.

VII. To convert the Police Stations into an efficient service source, Training, Change Management and e-Governance Applications have been started.

VIII. Police Computer Services & Standardization (PCS & S) is the nodal agency for implementing the e-Governance Applications, hence the best practices on behalf of the state government was implemented by this office.

CRIME AND CRIMINAL TRACKING & NETWORK SYSTEM-CCTNS

IX. Benefits to citizens.

a) Multiple channels to access services from police.

b) Simplified process for registering and tracking incidents, petitions and FIRs.

c) Simplified proves for accessing general services such as requests for certificates, verifications and permissions,.

d) Simplified process for registering grievances against police.

e) Simplified process for tracking the progress of the case during Investigation & trails through police website.

f) Simplified access to view/ report unclaimed / recovered vehicles and property.

g) Improved relationship management for victims and witnesses.

h) Faster and assured response from police to any emergency calls for assistance

i) Transparency on investigation.

X. Benefits to police Department

a) Enhanced tools for investigation.

b) Centralized crime and criminal information repository along with the criminal images and fingerprints with advanced search capabilities.

c) Enhanced ability to analyze crime patterns, modus operandi.

d) Enhanced ability to analyze accidents and other road incidents.

e) Faster turnaround time for the analysis results (crime and traffic) to reach the officers on the field.

f) Reduced workload of the Police Station back-office activities such as preparation of regular and ad-hoc reports and station records management.

g) Better coordination and communication with external stakeholders through implementation of electronic information exchange systems.

h) Simple and Minimal Data Entry & Process / System Driven Approach.

-oOo-

HIGHLIGHTS IN INCIDENCE OF CRIME

XI.

The overall crime rate in AP is increased inspite of increase in population, increase in number of vehicles, rapid urbanization and migration of rural people to urban areas, low ratio of Police to People. 33.5% of the population live in urban areas with 66.50% in rural areas. Crime by youngsters, new entrants has shown an increase.

1. 205278 cases of Total Cognizable Crime under IPC have been registered in the State in 2013 as against 181934 in 2012 showing an increase of 12.83 %.

2. 41105 cases of Bodily Crime were reported in the State in 2013 as against 37749 in 2012 showing an increase of 8.89%.

3. Districts / Commissionerates that topped the Crime Graph:

3.1 Mahabubnagar district recorded highest no. of Murders (163).

3.2 Kurnool district registered the highest number of Attempt to Murder cases

(155).

3.3 Mahaboobnagar district registered highest no. of cases of Culpable Homicide not amounting to Murder (29).

3.4 Cyberabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of Kidnapping & Abduction (170).

3.5 Nalgonda district registered the highest number of Hurt cases (1863).

3.6 Nalgonda district registered the highest number of Rioting cases (153).

3.7 Cyberabad Commissionerate recorded highest no. of Rape cases (131).

3.8 Major Cities: Hyderabad City ranked 8 th in the incidence of Bodily Crimes (1611) while Cyberabad (1992),Vijayawada City (900) and Visakhapatnam City (490) Cities ranked 3 rd , 22 th and 28 th respectively.

XII.

Property Crime registered an increasing trend by 13.7% over the previous year.

a. Cyberabad Commissionerate & Nalgonda district recorded highest number of dacoities (13 each).

b. Cyberabad Commissionerate recorded the highest number of cases reported under Robberies (87), Burglaries (1313) and Ordinary Thefts (4718)

XIII.

Economic Offences increased by 21.4% over last year.

a. Hyderabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of cheating cases (2122) and Counterfeit currency (44).

b. Cyberabad Commissionerate registered the highest number of cases of Criminal Breach of Trust (149).

XIV.

Crime against Women has shown an increase by 15.3% over the figures of last year.

XV.

Crime against Children has shown an increase by 11.7% over the figures of last year.

XVI. Juvenile delinquency cases have shown an increase by 46.73% over the figures of last year.

XVII. Crime against SCs/STs increased by 2.90% with 2949 cases reported in 2013 as against 2866 reported in 2012.

XVIII. Extremist offences showed a decrease in 2013 by 30.23% over 2012.

XIX. Cases under Special & Local Laws increased by 12.2% over previous year.

XX. 674 cases registered under Cyber crime in 2013 as against 490 cases in 2012.

XXI. 8 cases of Custodial deaths reported in 2013 as against 11 cases in the year

2012.

XXII. Cases of Missing persons increased in 2013 by 15.53% compared to previous year.

XXIII. Road accidents showed an increasing trend in 2013 by 3.52 % over previous year.

XXIV. Theft of idol cases decreased in 2013 by 53.33% over previous year.

District wise Crime Rate (IPC) - 2013 (Per 1 Lakh Population)

VSP RURAL 141.1 EAST GODAVARI 146.3 CHITTOOR 149.9 SRIKAKULAM 155.3 ANANTAPUR 162.1 PRAKASHAM 169.0 KURNOOL
VSP RURAL
141.1
EAST GODAVARI
146.3
CHITTOOR
149.9
SRIKAKULAM
155.3
ANANTAPUR
162.1
PRAKASHAM
169.0
KURNOOL
172.0
GUNTUR-R
172.9
MAHABOOBNAGAR
185.7
WEST GODAVARI
189.6
VIZIANAGARAM
192.4
KARIMNAGAR
201.7
MEDAK
214.3
ADILABAD
216.3
WARANGAL-R
217.0
KADAPA
222.4
CYBERABAD
223.5
NELLORE
232.6
RAJAHMUNDRY-U
239.4
244.5 State Average
KRISHNA
254.1
NIZAMABAD
269.6
NALGONDA
277.0
TIRUPATHI-U
281.0
VSP CITY
297.3
WARANGAL-U
346.9
KHAMMAM
353.7
HYDERABAD CITY
377.1
GUNTUR-U
388.1
VIJAYAWADA CITY
416.2
RANGA REDDY
469.6
0
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500
Districts

Crime Rate

District wise Detection Percentage - 2013

HYDERABAD CITY 32.2 GUNTUR-U 47.0 TIRUPATHI-U 47.9 RANGA REDDY 50.1 PRAKASHAM 51.5 CYBERABAD 52.9 KRISHNA
HYDERABAD CITY
32.2
GUNTUR-U
47.0
TIRUPATHI-U
47.9
RANGA REDDY
50.1
PRAKASHAM
51.5
CYBERABAD
52.9
KRISHNA
52.9
NELLORE
53.0
KADAPA
55.2
KURNOOL
57.1
VIJAYAWADA CITY
58.4
MAHABOOBNAGAR
59.3
VSP CITY
59.9
EAST GODAVARI
60.7
VSP RURAL
61.0
GUNTUR-R
61.1
61.4 State Average
ANANTAPUR
61.6
WEST GODAVARI
61.7
RAJAHMUNDRY-U
65.7
WARANGAL-U
67.6
SRIKAKULAM
68.5
CHITTOOR
68.9
ADILABAD
69.6
NIZAMABAD
70.3
NALGONDA
70.7
MEDAK
71.6
KHAMMAM
72.3
KARIMNAGAR
74.7
VIZIANAGARAM
75.9
WARANGAL-R
81.8
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Districts

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District wise Conviction Percentage - 2013

RANGA REDDY 13.8 ANANTAPUR 15.1 PRAKASHAM 16.4 HYDERABAD CITY 18.1 CHITTOOR 18.8 KADAPA 19.6 MAHABOOBNAGAR
RANGA REDDY
13.8
ANANTAPUR
15.1
PRAKASHAM
16.4
HYDERABAD CITY
18.1
CHITTOOR
18.8
KADAPA
19.6
MAHABOOBNAGAR
19.8
NELLORE
21.6
GUNTUR-R
21.9
NALGONDA
22.1
KURNOOL
22.2
EAST GODAVARI
22.5
KRISHNA
22.6
WEST GODAVARI
22.6
VSP RURAL
23.3
RAJAHMUNDRY-U
23.6
KARIMNAGAR
23.9
SRIKAKULAM
24.2
NIZAMABAD
24.9
26.9 State Average
CYBERABAD
29.5
GUNTUR-U
29.9
VIJAYAWADA CITY
30.6
MEDAK
31.7
TIRUPATHI-U
34.0
KHAMMAM
36.2
WARANGAL-R
36.9
ADILABAD
37.7
VIZIANAGARAM
40.1
WARANGAL-U
46.4
VSP CITY
57.6
0
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Districts

District wise PT Cases - 2013

RAJAHMUNDRY-U 3553 TIRUPATHI-U 3910 VIZIANAGARAM 4003 RANGA REDDY 4524 GUNTUR-U 4561 SRIKAKULAM 5358
RAJAHMUNDRY-U
3553
TIRUPATHI-U
3910
VIZIANAGARAM
4003
RANGA REDDY
4524
GUNTUR-U
4561
SRIKAKULAM
5358
WARANGAL-U
5406
VSP RURAL
7936
KADAPA
8161
GUNTUR-R
8276
CHITTOOR
9340
ANANTAPUR
9461
KURNOOL
9503
WARANGAL-R
10196
NIZAMABAD
10264
PRAKASHAM
10766
MEDAK
11186
11940 State Average
EAST GODAVARI
12226
KRISHNA
12244
ADILABAD
12747
VSP CITY
14012
WEST GODAVARI
14400
VIJAYAWADA CITY
14595
NELLORE
14794
KHAMMAM
16451
MAHABOOBNAGAR
16874
NALGONDA
19573
KARIMNAGAR
25411
HYDERABAD CITY
27083
CYBERABAD
31396
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Districts

District wise UI cases - 2013

RAJAHMUNDRY-U 810 WARANGAL-R 1100 RANGA REDDY 1207 VIZIANAGARAM 1217 VSP RURAL 1341 SRIKAKULAM 1357 CHITTOOR
RAJAHMUNDRY-U
810
WARANGAL-R
1100
RANGA REDDY
1207
VIZIANAGARAM
1217
VSP RURAL
1341
SRIKAKULAM
1357
CHITTOOR
1489
WARANGAL-U
1535
MEDAK
1635
TIRUPATHI-U
1713
ADILABAD
2094
KARIMNAGAR
2102
NIZAMABAD
2160
GUNTUR-U
2686
NALGONDA
2745
ANANTAPUR
2780
VSP CITY
2852
WEST GODAVARI
2953
EAST GODAVARI
2984
GUNTUR-R
3025
3040 State Average
KHAMMAM
3059
KURNOOL
3351
KADAPA
3474
KRISHNA
3532
MAHABOOBNAGAR
3590
PRAKASHAM
3808
VIJAYAWADA CITY
3991
NELLORE
3998
CYBERABAD
7587
HYDERABAD CITY
15028
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Districts

DISTRIBUTION OF COGNIZABLE CRIME

Introduction:

1.1

Total cognizable crime under IPC sections reported in A.P. State during the year 2013 is 205278 as against 181934 in 2012 indicating an increase of 12.83%.

1.2

The grand total of bodily offences, property offences and white-collar offences under the IPC was 83314 in 2011, 84063 in 2012 and 94577 in 2013. The other IPC cases

are 110701 in number in 2013.

and 359201 cases are Pending Trial.

As on 31.12.2013, a total no. of 92558 cases are UI

Graph of total Bodily, Property & White Collar Offences

1.3

1.4

White Collar Crime, 12789 14% 43% 43% Property Crime, 40683
White Collar
Crime,
12789
14%
43%
43%
Property
Crime, 40683

Bodily Crime

41105

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.

General Trend:

Hyderabad, Guntur, Vijayawada cities and Ranga Reddy districts continued to have highest crime rates in the state, followed by Khammam, Warangal Urban, Visakhapatnam City and Tirupathi Urban. Pendency of investigation was highest in Hyderabad City followed by Cyberabad, Nellore, Vijayawada City and Prakasham districts. Cyberabad had the highest pendency of pending trial cases, followed by Hyderabad City, Karimnagar, Nalgonda, Mahabubnagar & Khammam. These units need to take up follow up action with the judiciary on the PT pendency.

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 61.4%. The following units are falling below the state average: Hyderabad City (32.2%), Guntur Urban (47%), Tirupathi Urban (47.9%), Ranga Reddy (50.1%), Prakasham (51.5%), Cyberabad & Krishna (52.9%each), Nellore (53%), Kadapa (55.2%), Kurnool (57.1%), Vijayawada City (58.4%), Mahabubnagar (59.3%), VSP city (59.9%), East Godavari (60.7%), VSP rural (61%) and Guntur Rural (61.1%).

1.7 Conviction:

The state conviction percentage is 29.6%. The following units are falling below the state average: Ranga Reddy (13.8%), Anantapur (15.1%), Prakasham (16.4%), Hyderabad City (18.1%), Chittoor (18.8%), Kadapa (19.6%), Mahabubnagar (19.8%), Nellore (21.6%), Guntur Rural (21.9%), Nalgonda (22.1%), Kurnool (22.2%), East Godavari (22.5%), Krishna (22.6%), West Godavari(22.6%), VSP Rural (23.3%), Rajahmundry Urban(23.6%), Karimnagar (23.9%), Srikakulam (24.2%) and Nizamabad (24.9%).

1.8 UI cases :

The total No. of UI cases in the entire State is 92558. The largest number of U.I. Cases are in Hyderabad City (15028) followed by Cyberabad (7587), Nellore (3998), Vijayawada City (3991) and Prakasham (3808).

1.9 P.T. cases

The total No. of PT cases in the entire State as on 31.12.2013, is 359201. The largest number of P.T. Cases are in Cyberabad (31396) followed by Hyderabad City (29083), Karimnagar (25411), Nalgonda (19573), Mahabubnagar (16874) and Khammam (16451).

1.10

Note on Crime in AP -2013

 

GENERAL REVIEW OF CRIME –2013

Units that recorded highest crime under the respective head:

Total Cognizable Crime (14.07% increase).

1. Cyberabad

:

19217

2. Hyderabad City

:

15478

Crime incidence: - A total number of 205278 cases were reported in the year 2013 as against 179955 cases reported in 2012 indicating an increase of

3. Khammam

:

10146

14.07%.

 

Dacoities (-7.81% decrease)

1. Cyberabad

:

13

2. Nalgonda

:

13

118

cases of dacoities were reported in the year

3. Kurnool

:

11

2013

as against 128 in 2012 indicating a decrease

 

of 7.81%.

Robberies(4.15% increase)

1. Cyberabad

:

87

2. Vijayawada City

:

63

677

cases of robberies were reported in the year

3. Hyderabad City

:

46

2013

as against 650 cases in 2012 indicating an

 

increase of 4.15%.

Burglaries (16.65% increase)

1. Cyberabad

: 1313

2. Hyderabad City

:

649

9690

cases of burglaries were reported in the year

3. West Godavari

:

486

2013

as against 8307 in 2012 indicating an increase

 

of 16.65%.

Theft cases (13.14 % increase)

1. Cyberabad

:

4718

2. Hyderabad City

:

4075

29955

cases of theft were reported in the year 2013

3. Vijayawada City

:

2135

as against 26475 in 2012 indicating an increase of

 

13.14%.

Murder cases (-10.40% decrease)

1. Mahabubnagar

:

163

2. Anantapur

:

147

2188

cases of Murders were reported in the year

3. Cyberabad

:

143

2013

as against 2442 in 2012 indicating a decrease

 

of 10.40%.

Attempt to Murder (5.10% increase)

1. Kurnool

:

155

2. Hyderabad City

:

141

2081

cases of Murders were reported in the year

3. Anantapur

:

141

2013

as against 1980 in 2012 indicating an increase

 

of 5.10%.

Riotings (3.64% increase)

 

1. Nalgonda

:

153

1737 cases of rioting were reported in the year 2013 as against 1676 in 2012 indicating an increase of 3.64%.

2. Kadapa

:

147

3. Warangal Rural

:

127

Hurt Cases (10.38% increase)

 

1. Nalgonda

: 1863

31647 cases of hurt were reported in the year 2013 as against 28670 in 2012 indicating an increase of 10.38%.

2. Karimnagar

: 1572

3. Guntur Rural

:

1535

Rape (21.09% increase)

 

1. Cyberabad

:

131

 

1579

cases of rape were reported in the year

2. West Godavari

:

117

2013

as against 1305 in 2012 indicating an increase

3. Mahabubnagar

:

113

of 21.09%.

   

Kidnapping & Abduction (12.29% increase)

 

1. Cyberabad

: 170

 

1708 cases of kidnapping and abduction

2. Hyderabad City

: 120

were reported in the year 2013 as against 1521 in

3. Anantapur

: 103

2012

indicating an increase of 12.29%.

 

Cheatings (21.60% increase)

 

1. Hyderabad City

:

2122

11256 cases of cheating were reported in the year 2013 as against 9258 in 2012 showing an increase of 21.60%.

2. Cyberabad

: 1848

3. Khammam

:

547

Criminal Breach of Trust (23.93% increase).

 

1. Cyberabad

:

149

 

1357

cases of Cr.Br. of Trust were reported

2. Nellore

:

113

the year 2013 as against 1095 in 2012 indicating an

3. Vijayawada City

:

104

increase of 23.93%.

 

Counterfeit Currency (-3.83% decrease)

 

1. Hyderabad City

:

44

 

176 cases of counterfeit currency

were

2. Krishna

:

12

reported in the year 2013 as against 183 in 2012

3. Cyberabad

:

12

indicating a decrease of 3.83%.

 

Crime against women (15.25% increase)

 

1. Cyberabad

: 2317

28272 cases were registered in the year 2013 under Crime Against Women, as against 24530 cases in 2012 showing an increase of 15.25% over previous year.

2. Hyderabad City

:

1802

3. Vijayawada City

:

1558

Crime Against SC/ST: (2.90% increase)

 

1. Kurnool

:

225

 

2949

cases of crime against SC/ST were

2. Nellore

:

196

reported in the year 2013 as against 2866 in 2012

3. Nalgonda

:

194

showing an increase of 2.90%.

 

Road Accidents: (3.53% increase)

1. Cyberabad

: 3856

2. Hyderabad City

:

2439

A total of 43048 cases of Road Accidents were registered in the year 2013 as against 41582 in 2012 recorded an increase of 3.53%.

3. Nalgonda

: 2144

14647

persons died due to accidents and

 

52522 got injured in the year 2013.

Under Investigation Cases

 

1. Hyderabad City

: 15028

 

2. Cyberabad

:

7587

Total No. of UI cases in the entire state as on 31.12.2013 is 92558

3. Nellore

:

3998

Pending Trial Cases

 

1. Cyberabad

: 31396

 

2. Hyderabad City

:

27083

Total No. of PT cases in the entire state as on 31.12.2013 is 359201.

3. Karimnagar

: 25411

NBWs

1. Cyberabad

: 3857

27995

NBWs are

pending execution as on

2. Hyderabad

: 3753

31.12.2013.

3. Karimnagar

:

1861

TABLE - 1.1

Percentage distribution of Cognizable Crime (IPC) under important heads for the years 2012 and 2013

     

Murder

   

Attempt to Murder

2012

2013

2012

2013

Sl.

UNITS

               

No

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

1

Hyderabad City

96

0.11

102

0.11

165

0.20

141

0.15

2

Cyberabad

173

0.21

143

0.15

110

0.13

117

0.12

3

Ranga Reddy

60

0.07

73

0.08

27

0.03

46

0.05

4

Mahaboobnagar

154

0.18

163

0.17

81

0.10

60

0.06

5

Nalgonda

81

0.10

80

0.08

86

0.10

96

0.10

6

Nizamabad

100

0.12

91

0.10

43

0.05

54

0.06

7

Medak

95

0.11

100

0.11

37

0.04

68

0.07

8

Warangal-R

74

0.09

48

0.05

40

0.05

52

0.05

9

Warangal-U

38

0.05

19

0.02

17

0.02

19

0.02

10

Khammam

119

0.14

93

0.10

103

0.12

93

0.10

11

Karimnagar

115

0.14

83

0.09

96

0.11

77

0.08

12

Adilabad

69

0.08

89

0.09

72

0.09

67

0.07

13

Kurnool

109

0.13

122

0.13

126

0.15

155

0.16

14

Kadapa

110

0.13

85

0.09

82

0.10

103

0.11

15

Anantapur

165

0.20

147

0.16

108

0.13

141

0.15

16

Chittoor

79

0.09

65

0.07

68

0.08

53

0.06

17

Tirupathi-U

31

0.04

21

0.02

27

0.03

21

0.02

18

Guntur-R

86

0.10

106

0.11

58

0.07

75

0.08

19

Guntur-U

47

0.06

41

0.04

50

0.06

46

0.05

20

Nellore

88

0.10

87

0.09

81

0.10

105

0.11

21

Prakasham

104

0.12

68

0.07

96

0.11

87

0.09

22

West Godavari

79

0.09

77

0.08

75

0.09

58

0.06

23

East Godavari

65

0.08

62

0.07

85

0.10

63

0.07

24

Rajahmundry-U

18

0.02

11

0.01

19

0.02

14

0.01

25

Krishna

71

0.08

48

0.05

51

0.06

46

0.05

26

Vijayawada City

34

0.04

25

0.03

52

0.06

55

0.06

27

VSP City

39

0.05

25

0.03

25

0.03

50

0.05

28

VSP Rural

63

0.07

42

0.04

27

0.03

37

0.04

29

Vizianagaram

40

0.05

28

0.03

31

0.04

35

0.04

30

Srikakulam

33

0.04

34

0.04

40

0.05

43

0.05

31

R.P.Vijayawada

3

0.00

3

0.00

1

0.00

2

0.00

32

R.P.Guntakal

1

0.00

2

0.00

0

0.00

0

0.00

33

R.P.Sec-bad

3

0.00

5

0.01

0

0.00

2

0.00

34

CID

0

0.00

0

0.00

1

0.00

0

0.00

 

TOTAL :

2442

2.90

2188

2.31

1980

2.36

2081

2.20

*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)

TABLE - 1.2

   

Culp. Hom. not amounting to Murder

Kidnapping & Abduction

Sl.

UNITS

2012

2013

2012

2013

No

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

1

Hyderabad City

6

0.01

5

0.01

74

0.09

120

0.13

2

Cyberabad

9

0.01

16

0.02

134

0.16

170

0.18

3

Ranga Reddy

5

0.01

7

0.01

21

0.02

24

0.03

4

Mahaboobnagar

14

0.02

29

0.03

67

0.08

75

0.08

5

Nalgonda

6

0.01

5

0.01

78

0.09

80

0.08

6

Nizamabad

12

0.01

12

0.01

28

0.03

41

0.04

7

Medak

5

0.01

6

0.01

42

0.05

38

0.04

8

Warangal-R

10

0.01

4

0.00

60

0.07

42

0.04

9

Warangal-U

1

0.00

2

0.00

39

0.05

41

0.04

10

Khammam

7

0.01

10

0.01

58

0.07

81

0.09

11

Karimnagar

11

0.01

9

0.01

95

0.11

92

0.10

12

Adilabad

14

0.02

13

0.01

60

0.07

48

0.05

13

Kurnool

4

0.00

0

0.00

42

0.05

63

0.07

14

Kadapa

2

0.00

7

0.01

62

0.07

63

0.07

15

Anantapur

3

0.00

3

0.00

68

0.08

103

0.11

16

Chittoor

5

0.01

1

0.00

49

0.06

39

0.04

17

Tirupathi-U

2

0.00

1

0.00

22

0.03

13

0.01

18

Guntur-R

1

0.00

1

0.00

55

0.07

44

0.05

19

Guntur-U

3

0.00

3

0.00

37

0.04

42

0.04

20

Nellore

1

0.00

2

0.00

75

0.09

83

0.09

21

Prakasham

4

0.00

6

0.01

53

0.06

41

0.04

22

West Godavari

4

0.00

2

0.00

55

0.07

71

0.08

23

East Godavari

3

0.00

6

0.01

42

0.05

55

0.06

24

Rajahmundry-U

3

0.00

2

0.00

9

0.01

11

0.01

25

Krishna

1

0.00

0

0.00

54

0.06

47

0.05

26

Vijayawada City

6

0.01

8

0.01

64

0.08

63

0.07

27

VSP City

1

0.00

1

0.00

24

0.03

58

0.06

28

VSP Rural

4

0.00

1

0.00

20

0.02

18

0.02

29

Vizianagaram

7

0.01

2

0.00

16

0.02

22

0.02

30

Srikakulam

1

0.00

1

0.00

15

0.02

19

0.02

31

R.P.Vijayawada

0

0.00

0

0.00

2

0.00

0

0.00

32

R.P.Guntakal

0

0.00

0

0.00

1

0.00

0

0.00

33

R.P.Sec-bad

0

0.00

0

0.00

0

0.00

1

0.00

34

CID

0

0.00

 

0.00

0

0.00

 

0.00

 

TOTAL :

155

0.18

165

0.17

1521

1.81

1708

1.81

*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)

 

TABLE - 1.3

 
     

Hurt

   

Riotings

 

Sl.

2012

2013

2012

2013

No

UNITS

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

No. of

Perce-

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

cases

ntage

1

Hyderabad City

1193

1.42

1088

1.15

265

0.32

116

0.12

2

Cyberabad

1363

1.62

1497

1.58

27

0.03

33

0.03

3

Ranga Reddy

379

0.45

432

0.46

21

0.02

18

0.02

4

Mahaboobnagar

1118

1.33

1352

1.43

57

0.07

72

0.08

5

Nalgonda

1623

1.93

1863

1.97

109

0.13

153

0.16

6

Nizamabad

607

0.72

875

0.93

62

0.07

81

0.09

7

Medak

862

1.03

996

1.05

114

0.14

43

0.05

8

Warangal-R

964

1.15

1275

1.35

167

0.20

129

0.14

9

Warangal-U

503

0.60

627

0.66

70

0.08

51

0.05

10

Khammam

998

1.19

1314

1.39

144

0.17

126

0.13

11

Karimnagar

1527

1.82

1572

1.66

97

0.12

84

0.09

12

Adilabad

1052

1.25

1101

1.16

51

0.06

55

0.06

13

Kurnool

1326

1.58

1349

1.43

62

0.07

124

0.13

14

Kadapa

1263

1.50

1308

1.38

103

0.12

147

0.16

15

Anantapur

1107

1.32

1421

1.50

39

0.05

56

0.06

16

Chittoor

585

0.70

868

0.92

24

0.03

53

0.06

17

Tirupathi-U

204

0.24

211

0.22

21

0.02

21

0.02

18

Guntur-R

1488

1.77

1535

1.62

31

0.04

40

0.04

19

Guntur-U

531

0.63

607

0.64

11

0.01

11

0.01

20

Nellore

1475

1.75

1311

1.39

21

0.02

29

0.03

21

Prakasham

1608

1.91

1359

1.44

32

0.04

89

0.09

22

West Godavari

1131

1.35

1229

1.30

8

0.01

19

0.02

23

East Godavari

975

1.16

1059

1.12

28

0.03

50

0.05

24

Rajahmundry-U

323

0.38

352

0.37

0

0.00

11

0.01

25

Krishna

1509

1.80

1437

1.52

25

0.03

15

0.02

26