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  • STATE OF POLICING IN MUMBAI (April 2008 to March 2012) December 2012 Supported by FORD FOUNDATION 1
  • Occurrences of Crime in Mumbai City % Increase % Increase % Increase 2008-09 to 2009-10 to 2010-11 to Specific Crime 2008-09 2009-10 2009-10 2010-11 2010-11 2011-12 2011-12Murder 211 240 14% 240 0 220 -8%Rape 193 171 -11% 180 5% 207 15%Molestation 413 384 -7% 483 26% 552 14%Riot 280 384 37% 385 0% 365 -5%House Breaking(Day/Night) 2731 3047 12% 3386 11% 2813 -17%Chain Snatching 1575 1712 9% 2134 25% 1775 -17%Thefts 6378 6697 5% 6495 -3% 6271 -3%Accident/FatalAccidents 1437 2080 45% 2583 24% 2867 11%Vehicles Stolen 4245 4436 4% 4339 -2% 4833 11% Rape, Molestation, Accidents and Vehicle Stolen are growing consistently 2
  • How secure do people feel in Mumbai Percentage of Respondents who feel unsafe in Mumbai How secure do How secure do the the people feel people feel about while travelling How secure do the women, children from one place to people feel in and senior citizens another withinArea of Mumbai Mumbai are in ones locality the cityNorth Mumbai 26% 28% 31%North West Mumbai 24% 37% 32%North East Mumbai 20% 28% 28%North Central Mumbai 29% 40% 41%South Central Mumbai 29% 31% 33%South Mumbai 23% 34% 34% Overall 25% of those surveyed feel unsafe 3
  • Cases Investigated for the year 2011 (includes cases from 12 Police Zones and the Port Zone) Pending Cases Classified final Final reports Cases sent-up in Pending Investigation Reported in as Statement sent 2011(Charge Investigation as from 2010 2011 B/C (Statement A) sheet) of Dec’11CLASS - II SERIOUS OFFENCES (Case including Murder, Rape, Grievous Hurt, Kidnapping, Abduction etc.)5625 7137 87 656 5772 6247 12,762 3% 10% 87% 49%Total (includes cases registered under IPC and cognisable offences under local & special acts)37469 33956 1313 9920 20780 39409 71,425 4% 31% 65% 55% 4
  • • Statement A mentioned in the earlier side as ‘Final Reports Sent’ means cases in which charge sheet was not filled but investigation completed. In colloquial police vocabulary Statement A is also known as ‘Case True but not Detected’. E.g. a murder case in which the body is recovered but no clue is available after investigation.• Statement B/C means cases declared false or mistake of fact or law. E.g. in the recent case of the two girls in Palghar who were arrested for their remarks on Facebook, the police intend to file Statement C and close the case. 5
  • Trial Cases for the year – 2011 (includes 12 Police Zones and Port Zone)Pending Trial Cases sent-up Pending Trial from 2010 in 2011 Compounded Withdrawn Acquitted Convicted as of Dec’11CLASS - II SERIOUS OFFENCES (Case including Murder, Rape, Grievous Hurt, Kidnapping, Abduction etc.)39105 5769 305 82 2553 335 41599 44,874 90% 10% 93%Total (includes cases registered under IPC and cognisable offences under local & special acts)140803 20725 875 635 8704 2082 149232 1,61,528 83% 17% 92% 6
  • Designation wise number of Police Personnel sanctioned and working (as of July 2012) Actual Difference b/wSr. Difference b/w Designation Sanctioned Working sanctioned andNo. sanctioned and working in % working1 Commissioner of Police (C.P.) 1 1 0 02 Joint Commissioner of Police (Jt. C.P.) 4 4 0 0 Additional Commissioner of Police3 (Addl. C.P.) 11 11 0 04 Deputy Commissioner of Police (D.C.P.) 39 30 -9 -23% Assistant Commissioner of Police5 (A.C.P.) 130 95 -35 -27%6 Police Inspector (P.I.) 978 911 -67 -7%7 Assistant Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 1002 787 -215 -21%8 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 3125 1243 -1882 -60% 9 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 3001 2675 -326 -11%10 Head Constable (H.C.) 7067 6874 -193 -3%11 Police Naik (P.N.) 6809 6721 -88 -1%12 Police Constable (P.C.) 19234 14646 -4588 -24% Total Police Force 41401 33998 -7403 -18% 7
  • Police Personnel details based on Department (as on 31st July 2012) Difference % difference Difference % difference Police Police between between between between Personnel Personnel Department Sanctioned Sanctioned Sanctioned Sanctioned Sanctione Working and Working and Working and Working and Working d (July’12) (July ’12) (July ’12) (Nov’11) (Nov’11)Special Branch (I - CID) 952 814 -138 -14% -108 -11%Special Branch (II - 320 295 -25 -8% -117 -37%Passport)Crime Branch 1525 1253 -272 -18% -256 -17%Protection and Security 1478 1442 -36 -2% -55 -4%Armed Police 11308 8251 -3057 -27% -2634 -23%Anti-Terrorist Squad 171 186 15 9% 25 15%Wireless Section 447 346 -101 -23% -93 -21%Traffic 3353 3101 -252 -8% -1633 -49%Control Room 272 127 -145 -53% -132 -49% Total 19826 15815 -4011 -20% -5003 -25% Control Room is short by 145 officers (again a gap of 53%). The shortage in the Traffic Police has come down from 49% in 2011 to 8% in 2012 – this is a welcome step as this can have significant impact on the increasing number of accidents in the city. 8
  • Property recovered and stolen in the year 2011 % of cases in % of value of No. of cases in which Property Amount of Amount of No. of Cases in property which was recovered Property PropertyOffences which Property recovered to property was to cases in which Stolen recovered was recovered value of stolen Property was (in Lakh) (in Lakh) property stolen stolenTheft 15,745 5,338 34% 26,608 6,056 23%Dacoity 30 26 87% 256 107 42% Robbery 441 358 81% 919 361 39%Criminal Breach of 485 218 45% 23,848 1,281 5%TrustCriminal Breach ofTrust by public servant 4 2 50% 53 0 0or by a banker,merchant or agentPossession of stolenproperty 124 - XXII - 23 23 100% 10 10 100%1951Criminal Miss- 975 344 35% 21,258 300 1%appropriationTOTAL 17,703 6,309 36% 72,952 8,115 11% ‘Criminal Breach of Trust’ and ‘Criminal Miss- appropriation’ includes 62% of the total value of the property stolen and has the least recovery rate i.e. 5% and 1% respectively. 9
  • Questions asked by MLAs on Crime issues area-wise Total Total occurrence No. ofSr. questions of crime from Area of Mumbai Police MLAsNo. asked in April 2011 to Stations Crime March 2012 Gopal Shetty, Vinod Ghosalkar, Pravin Darekar,1 North Mumbai 13 349 4803 Ramesh Thakur, Yogesh Sagar, Aslam Shaikh North West Ravindra Waikar, Rajhans Singh, Subhash Desai, Baldev2 14 239 5325 Mumbai Khosa, Ashok Jadhav, North East Sardar Tara Singh, Mangesh Sangle,Shishir Shinde,3 11 440 4310 Mumbai RamchandraKadam, Prakash Maheta, Abu Azmi North Central Krishnakumar Hegde, Milind Kamble, Prakash4 13 65 6736 Mumbai Sawant, Baba Sidikki, Kripashankar Singh South Central Nawab Malik, Chandrakant Handore, Jagannath Shetty,5 15 93 5788 Mumbai Kalidas Kolambkar, Nitin Sardesai Bala Nandgaonkar, Madhukar Chavan, Mangal Prabhat6 South Mumbai 26 329 6368 Lodha, Amin Patel, Annie ShekharNote: 1) Questions Asked by MLAs only during the following sessions have been included: Monsoon 2011, Winter 2011and Budget 20122) Sachin Ahir, Varsha Gaikwad, Arif Naseem Khan and Suresh Shetty are ministers hence there are no questions askedby them 10
  • What needs to be done• Separate Investigation from Law and Order.• Strengthen and where necessary create infrastructure for continuous training, forensic labs, crime mapping and crime forecasting.• Upgrade the archaic police acts to suit the needs of today.• Immediately take steps to fill up gaps in the sanctioned and available strengths of the police force. 11
  • THANK YOU !!! 12