Organisation : Kerala Police
Facility : Check IAPS Petition Status
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Home Page :https://keralapolice.gov.in
Check Status :https://iaps.keralapolice.gov.in/iaps/touchScreen/petition.jsp
How To Search Kerala Police IAPS Petition?
To get the details of the Petition, Visit Kerala Police website and Enter the Petition Number, touch the “Search Petition” Button.
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Matched Petition Numbers will be listed on the left block. By default, the details of the first Petition will be listed on the right block. If more results are there, Touch each Petition Number, the corresponding details will be listed on the right block.
What is IAPS System?
Internal Administrative Processing System (iAPS) (B) :
Internal Administrative Processing System (iAPS) is a project aimed at computerization of administrative work of all wings of the Police department through an integrated Web Portal. This will improve the efficiency of the administrative offices of the department and ensure better service delivery in-house (G2G) as well as to citizens (G2C).
Another program namely ICT Enabled Citizen Help Desk which can be accessed through the iAPS Web page. The Citizen Help Desk is intended to provide a trouble free interface for people who approach the Police Stations for their various requirements. Citizen Help Desk facility will be available in all the Police Stations for delivering information to the Public including those items which are contained in iAPS.
Touch Screen Kiosks is another Project which is also under the State Plan Scheme. Through Touch Screen Kiosks, the citizen can know information pertaining to Kerala Police as well as the other Government Departments.
We are approximately 42,149 strong police force of the state of Kerala in the Republic of India. We serve a population of over 31.8 million residing in five cities, 53 municipal towns, and 1452 villages spread over an area of 38,863 square kilometers with an average population density of 819 per square kilometer. Of this, about 8.2 million people live in urban areas and 23.6 million live in rural areas. We investigate about 175,000 cases per year.
FAQ On Kerala Police
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) On Kerala Police
How do I get a crime case registered?
A crime case can be registered within the jurisdiction of a police station where the offence has been occurred.
Can the police say ‘no’ to register a crime case?
Refusal to record on First Information Report on the ground that the place of crime does not fall within the jurisdictions of the police station, amounts to dereliction of duty. Information about cognizable offence should be recorded and forwarded to the police station having jurisdiction.
Whether I have to sign the FIR for a crime case to be registered?
Yes, the person giving information relating to the commission of a cognizable offence has to sign the FIR as per section 154(1) CrPC.
Whether I will get a copy of the FIR, registered on my compliant free of cost?
Yes, a copy of the FIR shall be given to the informant free of cost as per section 154(2) CrPC.
Whether other than FIR, I have to put signature in a statement recorded by the police during investigation of the case?
No statement made by any person to a police officer in the course of an investigation shall if reduced into writing, be signed by the person making it as per section 162 CrPC.
Whether police can summon a lady/girl to the police station?
Section 160 CrPC authorizes a police officer making an investigation to require the attendance before himself of any person, who appears to be acquainted with the circumstance of the case, but no male under 15 years or women shall be required to attend at any place other than place in which such male or women resides.
Functions of Kerala Police
The Kerala Police is the state police force of Kerala, India. It is headed by the Director General of Police (DGP). The DGP is assisted by two Additional DGPs, one for law and order and the other for crime. The Kerala Police is divided into 14 districts, each headed by a District Superintendent of Police (DSP).
The functions of the Kerala Police include:
** Maintaining law and order
** Preventing and detecting crime
** Protecting the life and property of the citizens
** Enforcing the law
** Providing security to VIPs
** Assisting the civil administration
** Maintaining traffic
** Disaster management
** Community policing
Additional Simplified Procedure
Here are the steps on how to search Kerala Police IAPS Petition online:
1) Go to the Kerala Police website: https://keralapolice.gov.in/
2) Click on the Internal Administrative Processing System (IAPS) tab.
3) Click on the Petition Status link.
4) Enter your Petition Number.
5) Click on the Search button.
You will be able to see the status of your petition, including the following:
** Petition Number: This is the unique number that is assigned to your petition.
** Status: This will show you the current status of your petition, such as “Pending”, “Approved”, or “Rejected”.
** Remarks: This will show you any remarks that have been made on your petition.
** Date of Approval: If your petition has been approved, this will show you the date of approval.
Here are some things to keep in mind when searching your Kerala Police IAPS Petition online:
** You must know the petition number of your IAPS petition in order to track the status.
** You can only track the status of IAPS petitions that are registered in Kerala.