Thrissur City Police

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Thrissur City Police
തൃശൂര്‍ സിറ്റി പോലീസ്‌
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The official flag of Kerala Police
AbbreviationTCP
Motto"Your Satisfaction is Our Pleasure"
Agency overview
FormedMarch, 3, 2011
Preceding agency
  • Thrissur District Police
Employees752 [1]
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdiction Thrissur City, Guruvayoor, Kunnamkulam, Ollur, Thrissur City, India
Size570.79 km²
Legal jurisdiction Thrissur Municipal Corporation, Guruvayoor, Chelakkara, Wadakkanchery, Kunnamkulam, Chavakkad
General nature
Operational structure
Overviewed by Government of Kerala
HeadquartersThe Office of Commissioner of Police, Municipal Office Road Thrissur
Elected officer responsible
Agency executive
  • R. Adithya IPS, Commissioner of Police
Parent agency Kerala Police
Units
List
  • Control Room
  • Crime Detachment
  • Women Police (Vanitha Cell)
  • Foreigners Registration Office
  • District Crime Records Bureau
  • Dog Squad
  • City Special Branch
  • District Armed Reserve
  • Traffic Unit
  • Special Branch (SB)
Facilities
Stations24
Website
thrissurcity.keralapolice.gov.in

Thrissur City Police (TCP) (Malayalam തൃശൂര്‍ സിറ്റി പോലീസ്‌ ), a division of the Kerala Police, is the law enforcement agency for the City of Thrissur, Kunnamkulam and the temple town of Guruvayoor. The city police force is headed by a Commissioner of Police, an IPS officer, and the administrative control vests with the Home Ministry of Kerala. Thrissur City Police is the largest Police District in Kerala state covering an area of 570.79 Square kilometre. [2]

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The city police came into existence on March 3, 2011, after dividing the Thrissur District Police. The police commissionerate is situated in Thrissur City. The commissionerate cover 24 police stations and has four sub-divisions, Thrissur, Ollur, Guruvayur and Kunnamkulam. [3] [4] [5] R. Adithya is the current Commissioner of Police.

Office of the Thrissur Police Commissioner and District Police Chief , Thrissur City Office of the District Police Chief, Thrissur City.jpg
Office of the Thrissur Police Commissioner and District Police Chief , Thrissur City
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Patrol Vehicle of Thrissur City Police in Swaraj Round

Police stations under Thrissur Commissionerate

Thrissur Sub-Division

Ollur Sub-Division

Guruvayur Sub-Division

Kunnamkulam Sub-Division

Thrissur Police Commissioners

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Chavakkad Town in Kerala, India

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Wadakkancherry Town in Kerala, India

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Nelluvai is a village in Thrissur district in the state of Kerala, India.It is located between Thrissur and Guruvayur, Kunnamkulam towns.It is known for the temple of Lord Dhanvantari. Nelluvai is a small Village/hamlet in WadakkancheryTaluk in Thrissur District of KeralaState, India. It comes under Erumapetty Panchayath. It belongs to central kerala Division. It is located 21 km towards North from District headquarters Thrissur, 12 km from Wadakkanchery. 303 km from state capital Thiruvananthapuram. Nelluvaipincode is 680584 and postal head office is Erumapetty. Nelluvai is surrounded by Mangad village towards East, Kuttanchery village towards North, Muringatheri Village towards North and Erumapetty village towards West. Kunnamkulam, shoranur, Thrissur, wadakkancheri are the nearby Cities to Nelluvai

Transport in Thrissur

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Punkunnam railway station

Punkunnam railway station falls between Thrissur railway station and Mulankunnathukavu railway station in the busy Shoranur–Cochin Harbour section. Punkunnam railway station is operated by the Chennai-headquartered Southern Railways of the Indian Railways. The station is used as suburb station of Thrissur railway station. The station act as a junction where a spur line goes to Guruvayur railway station which is near to the famous Guruvayur Temple. All passenger trains and a few long-distance express trains stop at Punkunnam railway station.

Mulankunnathukavu railway station Railway station in Thrissur, Kerala, India

Mulangunnathukavu railway station is in Mulakunnathukavu (മുളങ്കുന്നത്തുകാവ്), a panchayat in Puzhakkal block of Thrissur, which is situated between Wadakkanchery railway station and Punkunnam railway station in the busy Shoranur–Cochin Harbour section. Mulangunnathukavu railway station is operated by the Chennai-headquartered Southern Railways of the Indian Railways. The station is used as shuttle station for Thrissur railway station that is 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) south. It is just 250 metres (820 ft) away from State Highway 22 (Kerala). Ticketing is computerized and there are also basic parking facilities on site. A Food Corporation of India storage facility is located close nearby.

Thrissur railway station Southern railway zone

Thrissur railway station is a railway station in Kerala, India. Thrissur also is known as the Cultural Capital of Kerala. Thrissur railway station is a major railway head in South India and A1 classified station operated by the Southern Railway zone of the Indian Railways and comes under the Thiruvananthapuram railway division. It is the busiest railway station in Kerala state in terms of rail traffic with 189 halting trains. At 97 crore in financial year 2018–19, it is the fourth largest in terms of passenger revenues in Kerala and the eighth largest in Southern Railway. Daily trains are available to Mumbai, New Delhi, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai, Mangalore, and Hyderabad. This station lies on the Shoranur–Cochin Harbour section, which is one of the busiest railway corridors in Kerala. It has three satellite stations, Punkunnam railway station and two minor stations, Ollur railway station and Mulankunnathukavu railway station. Thrissur railway station also connects to the temple town of Guruvayur by Thrissur–Guruvayur section.

Guruvayur Assembly constituency

Guruvayur State assembly constituency is one of the 140 state legislative assembly constituencies in Kerala. It is also one of the 7 state legislative assembly constituencies included in the Thrissur Lok Sabha constituency. As of the 2021 assembly elections, the current MLA is N. K. Akbar of CPI(M).

Irinjalakuda railway station is a railway station situated in Kallettumkara village, Kerala, India. Irinjalakuda town is 8 km away from the station. The station is located between Chalakudi and Nellayi on the busy Shoranur–Cochin Harbour section in Thrissur district. It is a busy and prominent station in terms of the number of passengers between Thrissur and Alwaye stations. Irinjalakuda railway station is operated by the Chennai-headquartered Southern Railways of the Indian Railways. Irinjalakuda railway station is operated by the Chennai-headquartered Southern Railway of the Indian Railways. A total of 22 pairs of trains, including superfast, express and passenger trains, stop here.

Administration of Thrissur is handled by the Thrissur Municipal Corporation, consisting of 55 councilors and headed by the city's mayor.

Chowannur is a place in Thrissur district, state of Kerala, India.

Administration of Thrissur district

Thrissur District has four types of administrative hierarchies:

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