Women desks in Police Stations

Women Desks have been set up in most of the Police Stations of the State, since February 2006, under the charge of Women Police personnel, with an aim to help Women and Children seeking Police help, which they can do without any fear or inhibitions. Cases of atrocities against Women and Children, and harassment of women at home, work places or in public places, come under the purview of the Women Desks. These have proved to be extremely successful.

The Womens Desk in a Police Station is under the control of a WHC/WPC who listens to the complaints patiently and sympathetically, and takes the matter to higher authorities wherever necessary. The Women Desk also provides adequate and proper information to the Women and Children approaching them on various issues relating to the Police work. The Womens Desk is functioning during daytime ie. from 8 AM to 6 PM on all days. This system has been found to be a great success in redressing the grievances of the needy Women and Children.

Crime Stopper Cell 1090

This system was introduced in the Kerala Police in 1998 and the same is functioning very successfully in all Police Districts. The working system of the Crime Stopper is as follows.
One Telephone Number is earmarked for the Crime Stopper System in each District and this telephone Number is made known to the Public through wide publicity.

Any citizen coming to know of the designs of anybody to commit a crime or having information that a crime is being committed or having information that a wanted criminal is at large or having any other information which is of use to the Police from the Law & Order point of view, including information on Extremists and Terrorists, etc, would be encouraged to give the information through the above mentioned telephone

This Telephone is manned round-the-clock by Police Personnel designated by the Supdt. of Police

This system is getting a very good response from the Public, by which a lot of criminal activities are being prevented, cases detected and a number of criminals arrested