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  • www.praja.org WHITE PAPERReport on Crime and Police Personnel across Mumbai (April 2008 to March 2011) December 2011 Supported by FORD FOUNDATION 1
  • www.praja.org Table of Content Sr. No. Title Page No.I Foreword 4II Section I: Overview of Registered Cases of Crime and Distribution of Police 6 Personnel across MumbaiIII Section II: Details of Police personnel and Specific Crime 15IV Section III: Questions asked by MLAs on Crime issues 28 Map1 Map 1: Total FIRs (First Information Report) registered in Police stations across 7 Mumbai during 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11. TABLE1 Table 1: Section of Mumbai, Area Covered, Number of Police Station and MLAs 62 Table 2: Police Personnel details based on Section of Mumbai, Department and 9 Top Police Force3 Table 3: Designation-wise number of Police Personnel sanctioned and 11 working4 Table 4: Occurrences of Crime in the Mumbai City 125 Table 5: Specific Crime highest occurrences region wise 136 Table 6: Questions asked by MLAs on Crime issues 147 Table 7: Rank wise Police personnel of North Mumbai Region 158 Table 8: Rank wise Police personnel of North West Mumbai Region 159 Table 9: Rank wise Police personnel of North East Mumbai Region 1610 Table 10: Rank wise Police personnel of North Central Mumbai Region 1611 Table 11: Rank wise Police personnel of South Central Mumbai Region 1712 Table 12: Rank wise Police personnel of South Mumbai Region 1713 Table 13: Questions asked By MLAs from North Mumbai Region 2814 Table 14: Questions asked By MLAs from North West Mumbai Region 2915 Table 15 : Questions asked By MLAs from North East Mumbai Region 30 2
  • www.praja.org16 Table 16: Questions asked By MLAs from North Central Mumbai Region 3117 Table 17: Questions asked By MLAs from South Central Mumbai Region 3218 Table 18: Questions asked By MLAs from South Mumbai Region 33 GRAPH1 Graph 1: Murder cases registered across Mumbai 192 Graph 2: Rape cases registered across Mumbai 203 Graph 3: Molestations cases registered across Mumbai 214 Graph 4: Riot cases registered across Mumbai 225 Graph 5: House Breaking cases registered across Mumbai 236 Graph 6: Chain Snatching cases registered across Mumbai 247 Graph 7: Theft cases registered across Mumbai 258 Graph 8: Accident registered cases across Mumbai 269 Graph 9: Vehicle Stoles cases registered across Mumbai 27 3
  • www.praja.orgI. Foreword Study of crime statistics and subsequently crime mapping is a key component of crime analysis for a law enforcement agency. It can lead to visualising crime incident patterns; identify crime hot spots, along with other trends and patterns. Analysing patterns can not only serve as a crucial tool for law enforcement officers to control crime and improved enforcement of law and order but it is also useful for law enforcement authorities for efficient and effective management of their operations, such as allocating police officers to various regions and departments, deployments during emergencies, etc. A deeper study of such statistics will not only assist in better decisions, target resources, formulating strategies but also for tactical analysis (e.g. crime forecasting). Law enforcement authorities in a number of developed countries have adopted such scientific and modern approaches for enforcing law and order. However, India is still plagued with antic police laws and draconian colonial acts; and a police force that has been neglected and ‘abused’ regularly by vested interests both within (by the establishment particularly political) and from outside. In our Crime white paper released last November (2010), we had seen an increasing trend of crime in Mumbai for the period of April 2009 to March2010. The latest data shows a continuation of the trend. What makes us become more concerned is that from April 2008-March2009 to April 2010-March2011, crime has been going up at a very alarming rate in certain cases: number of cases registered for Chain Snatching by 35% (from 1575 cases to 2134); House breaking by 24% (from 2731 cases to 3386); Riots by 38% (from 280 cases to 385); and Molestation by 47% (105 cases to 154). What exactly is going wrong? Is it that the Mumbai Police, referred by some as second only to Scotland Yard, becoming inefficient? Or does the answer lay elsewhere? For a city with a population of 1.24 crores (Census, 2011), Mumbai has been sanctioned a police force of 41,271 officers, out of which currently only 33,287 are on duty, a gap of 19% (7984 officers). Further analysis is more alarming: there is a gap of 2964 (gap of 14%) officers in the police stations; Traffic Police is short staffed by 1633 officers (gap of 49%); and though as generally agreed that one the shortcomings during 26/11 was lack of coordination, still the police force in the Control Room is short by 132 officers (again a gap of 49%). It would require another study to determine whether the sanctioned strength of 41,271 forces is adequate for 1.24 citizens (one officer per 300 citizens); however, given the fact that only 41,271 officers have been sanctioned, why doesn’t Mumbai city get atleast those officers who are sanctioned? What are our leaders waiting for before they act? Another 26/11? Well not maybe. There seems to be a strong possibility that they never may have calculated and analysed the above numbers. If we want to make Mumbai a world class city, then we should look at HOW THEY ARE MANAGED AND RUN. Our administrators MUST adopt a more objective and professional outlook FOR MUMBAI TO BECOME A WORLD CLASS CITY. NITAI MEHTA Founder Trustee, Praja Foundation 4
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  • www.praja.orgII. Section I: Overview of Registered Cases of Crime and Distribution of Police Personnel across Mumbai Table 1: Section of Mumbai, Area Covered, Number of Police Station and MLAs Section of Areas Covered No of MLAs Mumbai Police Stations 1 North Borivali, Dahisar, Magathane, Gopal Shetty, Vinod Ghosalkar, Pravin Mumbai Kandivali East, Charkop, Malad 13 Darekar, Ramesh Thakur, Yogesh (NM) West Sagar, Aslam Shaikh 2 North West Jogeshwari East, Dindoshi, Ravindra Waikar, Rajhans Singh, Mumbai Goregaon, Versova, Andheri 14 Subhash Desai, Baldev Khosa, Ashok (NWM) West, Andheri East Jadhav, Suresh Shetty 3 North East Mulund, Vikhroli, Bhandup West, Sardar Tara Singh, Mangesh Sangle, Mumbai Ghatkopar West, Ghatkopar East, 11 Shishir Shinde, Ramchandra Kadam, (NEM) Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar Prakash Maheta, Abu Azmi 4 North Central Vile Parle, Chandivali, Kurla (SC), Krishnakumar Hegde, Arif Naseem Mumbai Bandra East, Bandra West, Kalina 13 Khan, Milind Kamble, Prakash Sawant, (NCM) Baba Sidikki, Kripashankar Singh 5 South Central Anushakti Nagar, Chembur, Nawab Malik, Chandrakant Handore, Mumbai Dharavi (SC), Sion Koliwada, 15 Varsha Gaikwad, Jagannath Shetty, (SCM) Wadala, Mahim Kalidas Kolambkar, Nitin Sardesai 6 South Worli, Sewree, Byculla, Malabar Sachin Ahir, Bala Nandgaonkar, Mumbai Hill, Mumbadevi, Colaba 26 Madhukar Chavan, Mangal Prabhat (SM) Lodha, Amin Patel, Annie Shekhar 6
  • www.praja.orgMap 1: Total FIRs (First Information Report) registered in Police stations across Mumbai during 2008-09, 2009-10 and 2010-11. Period: April 2008 to March 2011 7
  • www.praja.orgInferences:The above data represents the total number of FIRs registered in all the police stations of Mumbai from April2008 to March 2011.The total number of FIRs that were registered in 2008-2009 is 33,722 cases; in 2009-10 is 33,986 cases; andin 2010-11 are 35,056 cases.The data shows that the crime rate has increased across the city. Overall crime rate has increased by 4%.The increase in South Central Mumbai is highest (by 10%), followed by 8% in North Central Mumbai.Over the last three years, North Central Mumbai Region has the maximum number of FIRs registered (21,858cases). 8
  • www.praja.org Table 2: Police Personnel details based on Section of Mumbai, Department and Top Police ForceSr. Section of Mumbai No. of Police Police Difference % differenceNo. Police Personnel Personnel between between Station Sanctioned Working till Sanctioned Sanctioned November and Working and Working 2011 Section of Mumbai1 North Mumbai 13 2,793 2,595 -198 -7%2 North West Mumbai 14 2,988 2,758 -230 -8%3 North East Mumbai 11 2,431 2,292 -139 -6%4 North Central Mumbai 13 2,873 2,437 -436 -15%5 South Central Mumbai 15 3,281 2,969 -312 -10%6 South Mumbai 26 6,894 5,245 -1649 -24% Total 92 21,260 18,296 -2,964 -14% Department7 Special Branch (I) 952 844 -108 -11%8 Special Branch (II) 320 203 -117 -37%9 Crime Branch 1,525 1,269 -256 -17%10 Protection and Security 1,478 1,423 -55 -4%11 Armed Police 11,308 8,674 -2,634 -23%12 Anti Terrorist Squad 171 196 25 15%13 Wireless Section 447 354 -93 -21%14 Traffic 3,353 1,720 -1,633 -49%15 Control Room 272 140 -132 -49% Top police force C.P., Jt. C.P., Addl. C.P., D.C.P. and16 185 168 -17 -9% A.C.P. Total Police Force 41,271 33,287 -7,984 -19% 9
  • www.praja.orgInferences:The above data represents details of Police personnel with in different Sections of Mumbai in the policestations situated over there, at various Departments of Police and composition of Top Police Force. The dataincludes number of police personnel sanctioned, (actually) working and the difference between sanctionedand working.The data shows that currently Mumbai has sanctioned 41,271 police personnel however only 33,287 policepersonnel are working (difference of 7,984), a gap of 19%.We have a shortage of 2964 officers in the 92 police stations (excluding the cyber police station), a gap of14%.Traffic Police is short staffed by 1633 officers (gap of 49%); and the police force in the Control Room is shortby 132 officers (again a gap of 49%). 10
  • www.praja.org Table 3: Designation wise number of Police Personnel sanctioned and working Actual Difference in Sr. No. Designation Sanctioned Working Difference % 1 Commissioner of Police (C.P.) 1 1 0 0% Joint Commissioner of Police 2 4 4 0 0% (Jt. C.P.) Additional Commissioner of 3 11 10 -1 -9% Police (Addl. C.P.) Deputy Commissioner of 4 39 33 -6 -15% Police (D.C.P.) Assistant Commissioner of 5 130 120 -10 -8% Police (A.C.P.) 6 Police Inspector (P.I.) 978 928 -50 -5% 7 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 1,002 674 -328 -33% 8 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 3,125 1,491 -1,634 -52% Assistant Police Sub-Inspector 9 3,001 2,726 -275 -9% (A.S.I) 10 Head Constable (H.C.) 7,067 6,626 -441 -6% 11 Police Naik (P.N.) 6,809 6,720 -89 -1% 12 Police Constable (P.C.) 17,757 13,557 -4,200 -24% Head Constable Writer 13 651 490 -161 -25% (H.C.W.) Police Constable Writer 14 607 34 -573 -94% (P.C.W.) Police Constable Typist 15 219 2 -217 -99% (P.C.T.) Total Police Force 41,271 33,287 -7,984 -19%Inferences:The above data represents designation-wise number of police personnel sanctioned, (actually) working anddifference between sanction and working.The data shows massive gap between sanctioned and working for Police Constable Typist (less by 99%) andPolice Constable Writer (less by 94%).What is more alarming is the gap in the number of sanctioned & working Assistant Police Inspectors (API)and sanctioned & working Police Sub Inspectors (PSI). The gap for API is 33%, while for PSI is 52%. Theseofficers play a very crucial role for enforcing law and order at the grassroots level. They are the ones whoinvestigate crime and are the backbone of enforcing law. Combined together the number of these officers isless by 48%. 11
  • www.praja.org Table 4: Occurrences of Crime in the Mumbai City % Increase Year 1 to Specific Crime 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Total Year 3Murder 211 240 240 691 14%Rape 193 171 180 544 -7%Molestation 105 198 154 457 47%Riot 280 384 385 1,049 38%House Breaking (Day/Night) 2,731 3,047 3,386 9,164 24%Chain Snatching 1,575 1,712 2,134 5,421 35%Theft (Theft by Servant/Lockedplace/Theft at open place/Theft from 6,378 6,697 6,495 19,570 2%motor vehicle/Vehicle parts/Mobile)Accident / Fatal Accident 1,437 2,080 2,583 6,100 80%Vehicles Stolen 4,245 4,436 4,339 13,020 2%Total FIRs in Mumbai (including other 33,722 33,986 35,056 1,02,764 4%FIRs registered on Hurt, Extortion, etc.)Inference:The above data represents occurrence of crime in Mumbai from April 2008 to March 2011.There is a continuous increase throughout. While, its more alarming in Accident/Fatal Accident (80%),Molestation (47%), Riot (38%), Chain Snatching (35%), House breaking (24%) and Murder (14%). 12
  • www.praja.org Table 5: Specific Crime highest occurrences region wise 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 Sr. No. Specific Crime Worst Occurrence Region WR O WR O (O) (WR) 1 Murder SM 43 SM 47 SCM 60 2 Rape NCM 43 SCM 33 SM 40 3 Molestation NWM 31 NWM 69 NWM 65 4 Riot NCM 72 NCM 77 NCM 85 5 House Breaking (Day/Night) NCM 552 NCM 618 NCM 694 6 Chain Snatching NM 388 NCM 387 NCM 526 Theft (Theft by Servant/Locked place/Theft at open place/Theft 7 SM 1,491 SM 1,441 NWM 1,359 from motor vehicle/Vehicle parts/Mobile) 8 Accident / Fatal Accident NCM 333 NCM 543 NCM 654 9 Vehicles Stolen NCM 914 NCM 944 NCM 900Abbreviation Note: SM – South Mumbai (Worli, Byculla,Colaba), SCM – South Central Mumbai (Chembur,Sion Koliwada, Mahim), NCM – North Central Mumbai (Vile Parle,Kurla,Bandra) NWM – North West Mumbai(Jogeshwari, Goregaon, Andheri), NM – North Mumbai (Borivali, Dahisar, Malad West), NEM – North EastMumbai (Mulund, Ghatkopar, Shivaji Nagar)Inferences:The above data represents specific crime highest occurrences from April 2008 to March 2011.The registered Riot, House Breaking and Accident cases have been the highest in North Central Mumbairegion and molestation registered cases is highest by North West region through out three years.It can be observed that across the years and across the specific crimes mentioned in the above table, NorthCentral Mumbai has had the highest number of registered crime. 13
  • www.praja.org Table 6: Questions asked by MLAs on Crime issues Total occurrence Total MP Regions of No. of Police of crimeSr.No. MLAs questions Mumbai Stations from April asked 2008 to March 2011 Gopal Shetty, Vinod Ghosalkar, 13 Pravin Darekar, Ramesh 359 13,175 1 North Mumbai Thakur, Yogesh Sagar, Aslam Shaikh Ravindra Waikar, Rajhans 19,212 14 220 2 North West Mumbai Singh, Subhash Desai, Baldev Khosa, Ashok Jadhav, Sardar Tara Singh, Mangesh 11 Sangle, Shishir Shinde, 310 12,706 3 North East Mumbai Ramchandra Kadam, Prakash Maheta, Abu Azmi Krishnakumar Hegde, Milind 21,858 North Central 13 79 4 Kamble, Prakash Sawant, Baba Mumbai Sidikki, Kripashankar Singh Nawab Malik, Chandrakant South Central 15 Handore, Jagannath Shetty, 80 17,634 5 Mumbai Kalidas Kolambkar, Nitin Sardesai Bala Nandgaonkar, Madhukar 18,179 26 234 6 South Mumbai Chavan, Mangal Prabhat Lodha, Amin Patel, Annie Shekhar Note: 1) Questions Asked by MLAs only during the following sessions have been included: Monsoon 2010, Winter 2010 and Budget 2011 2) Sachin Ahir, Varsha Gaikwad, Arif Naseem Khan and Suresh Shetty are ministers hence there are no questions asked by themInferences:The above data represents questions asked by MLAs on crime, police stations and occurrences of crime intheir region.The North Central Mumbai has highest occurrences of crime (21,858 cases) with having 13 police stationsand MLAs of this region have asked lowest (79) questions on crime.MLAs from North Mumbai have asked highest questions (359) and occurrences of crime in this region arelowest (13,175 cases). 14
  • www.praja.orgSection III. Details of Police personnel and Specific Crime Table 7: Rank wise Police personnel of North Mumbai Region North MumbaiSr. No. Rank Actual Difference Sanctioned Working Difference in % 1 Police Inspector (P.I.) 65 64 -1 -2 2 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 86 62 -24 -28 3 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 251 165 -86 -34 4 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 237 211 -26 -11 5 Head Constable (H.C.) 520 567 47 9 6 Police Naik (P.N.) 569 613 44 8 7 Police Constable (P.C.) 945 864 -81 -9 8 Head Constable Writer (H.C.W.) 42 49 7 17 9 Police Constable Writer (P.C.W.) 52 0 -52 -100 10 Police Constable Typist (P.C.T.) 26 0 -26 -100 Total 2,793 2,595 -198 -7 Table 8: Rank wise Police personnel of North West Mumbai Region North West MumbaiSr. No. Rank Actual Difference Sanctioned Working Difference in % 1 Police Inspector (P.I.) 70 70 0 0 2 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 89 54 -35 -39 3 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 258 166 -92 -36 4 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 254 242 -12 -5 5 Head Constable (H.C.) 557 641 84 15 6 Police Naik (P.N.) 608 627 19 3 7 Police Constable (P.C.) 1,019 910 -109 -11 8 Head Constable Writer (H.C.W.) 48 46 -2 -4 9 Police Constable Writer (P.C.W.) 57 2 -55 -96 10 Police Constable Typist (P.C.T.) 28 0 -28 -100 Total 2,988 2,758 -230 -8 15
  • www.praja.org Table 2: Rank wise Police personnel of North East Mumbai Region North East MumbaiSr Rank Actual DifferenceNo Sanctioned Working Difference in %1 Police Inspector (P.I.) 55 56 1 22 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 70 55 -15 -213 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 216 147 -69 -324 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 212 211 -1 05 Head Constable (H.C.) 456 501 45 106 Police Naik (P.N.) 490 489 -1 07 Police Constable (P.C.) 825 789 -36 -48 Head Constable Writer (H.C.W.) 37 41 4 11 9 Police Constable Writer (P.C.W.) 48 2 -46 -9610 Police Constable Typist (P.C.T.) 22 1 -21 -95 Total 2,431 2,292 -139 -6 Table 10: Rank wise Police personnel of North Central Mumbai Region North Central MumbaiSr Rank Actual DifferenceNo Sanctioned Working Difference in %1 Police Inspector (P.I.) 65 63 -2 -32 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 88 60 -28 -323 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 225 149 -76 -344 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 242 217 -25 -105 Head Constable (H.C.) 554 526 -28 -56 Police Naik (P.N.) 589 554 -35 -67 Police Constable (P.C.) 995 826 -169 -178 Head Constable Writer (H.C.W.) 40 41 1 39 Police Constable Writer (P.C.W.) 51 1 -50 -9810 Police Constable Typist (P.C.T.) 24 0 -24 -100 Total 2,873 2,437 -436 -15 16
  • www.praja.org Table 11: Rank wise Police personnel of South Central Mumbai Region South Central MumbaiSr Rank Actual DifferenceNo Sanctioned Working Difference in %1 Police Inspector (P.I.) 75 75 0 02 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 107 60 -47 -443 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 312 186 -126 -404 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 265 270 5 25 Head Constable (H.C.) 559 656 97 176 Police Naik (P.N.) 707 674 -33 -57 Police Constable (P.C.) 1,129 1,014 -115 -108 Head Constable Writer (H.C.W.) 47 30 -17 -369 Police Constable Writer (P.C.W.) 54 4 -50 -9310 Police Constable Typist (P.C.T.) 26 0 -26 -100 Total 3,281 2,969 -312 -10 Table 12: Rank wise Police personnel of South Mumbai Region South MumbaiSr Rank Actual DifferenceNo Sanctioned Working Difference in %1 Police Inspector (P.I.) 130 129 -1 -12 Asstt. Police Inspector (A.P.I.) 174 102 -72 -413 Police Sub - Inspector (P.S.I.) 594 328 -266 -454 Assistant Police Sub-Inspector (A.S.I) 545 510 -35 -65 Head Constable (H.C.) 1,299 1,146 -153 -126 Police Naik (P.N.) 1,499 1,145 -354 -247 Police Constable (P.C.) 2,533 1,946 -587 -238 Head Constable Writer (H.C.W.) 91 61 -30 -339 Police Constable Writer (P.C.W.) 111 7 -104 -9410 Police Constable Typist (P.C.T.) 48 0 -48 -100 Total 6,894 5,245 -1,649 -24 17
  • www.praja.orgInferences:The data in Table 7 to Table 12 represents the rank wise police personnel with in different sections ofMumbai. It also includes police personnel sanctioned, working police personnel and the difference betweensanctioned and working.The Police Constable Typist and Police Constable Writer are less (by 100%) in the North Mumbai region andhave a shortage of 198 officers.The North West region has short staffed by 230 officers (gap of 8%) and North East region has sanctionpersonnel (by 2,431) however working personnel are (by 2,292).The police personnel in North Central region has shortage (by 436) with difference of gap of 15% and SouthCentral region with shortage (by 312). The highest police personnel sanctioned (by 6,894) however workingpersonnel are less (by 1,649) in South Mumbai region. 18
  • www.praja.org Graph 1: Murder cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Murder related cases registered in different sections of Mumbaifrom April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of Murder cases (14%) in Mumbai for last three years. Correspondinglythe highest increase is in North East Mumbai (54%) and South Central Mumbai (50%).The highest number of Murder cases were registered 60 in South Central Mumbai in year 2010-11, last yearin 2009-10 there were 46 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 40 cases. 19
  • www.praja.org Graph 2: Rape cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Rape related cases registered in different sections of Mumbaifrom April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows decrease in the rate of Rape cases (-7%) in Mumbai for last three years. Correspondingly thehighest increase is in North East Mumbai (30%) and South Central Mumbai (21%).The highest number of cases were registered 40 in South Mumbai in year 2010-11, last year in 2009-10 therewere 28 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 33 cases. 20
  • www.praja.org Graph 3: Molestation cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Molestation related cases registered in different sections ofMumbai from April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase rate in the rate of Molestation cases (47%) in Mumbai for last three years.Correspondingly the highest increase is in North Mumbai (500%) and South Central Mumbai (280%).The highest numbers of cases were registered in North West Mumbai, 69 cases in year 2009-10, 65 cases in2010-11 and 31 cases in year 2008-09. 21
  • www.praja.org Graph 4: Riot cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Riot related cases registered in different sections of Mumbai fromApril 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of Riot cases (38%) in last three years. Correspondingly the highestincrease is in North West Mumbai (141%) and South Central Mumbai (71%).The main increase of number of cases is highest in North West Mumbai from 34 in year 2008-09 cases to 82cases in 2010-11. 22
  • www.praja.org Graph 5: House Breaking cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of House breaking related cases registered in different sections ofMumbai from April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of House Breaking cases (24%) in Mumbai for last three years.Correspondingly the highest increase is in South Central Mumbai (53%) and North East Mumbai (52%).The highest number of cases were registered 694 in North Central Mumbai in year 2010-11, last year in2009-10 there were 618 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 552 cases. 23
  • www.praja.org Graph 6: Chain Snatching cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Chain Snatching related cases registered in different sections ofMumbai from April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of Chain Snatching cases (35%) in Mumbai for last three years.Correspondingly the highest increase is in North East Mumbai (130%) and North Central Mumbai (95%).The highest number of cases were registered 526 in North Central Mumbai in year 2010-11, last year in2009-10 there were 387 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 388 cases in North Mumbai. 24
  • www.praja.org Graph 7: Theft cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Theft related cases registered in different sections of Mumbaifrom April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of Theft cases (2%) in Mumbai for last three years. Correspondingly thehighest increase is in South Central Mumbai (30%) and North East Mumbai (7%)The highest number of cases were registered 1,359 in North West Mumbai in year 2010-11, last year in2009-10 there were 1,255 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 1,283 cases. 25
  • www.praja.org Graph 8: Accident/Fatal Accident cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Accident/Fatal Accident related cases registered in differentsections of Mumbai from April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of cases (80%) in Mumbai for last three years. Correspondingly thehighest increase is in North East Mumbai (184%) and North West Mumbai (138%).The highest number of cases were registered 654 in North Central Mumbai in year 2010-11, last year in2009-10 there were 543 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 333 cases. 26
  • www.praja.org Graph 9: Vehicle Stolen cases registered across MumbaiInferences:The above data represents the number of Vehicle Stolen related cases registered in different sections ofMumbai from April 2008 to March 2011.The data shows increase in the rate of Vehicle stolen cases (2%) in Mumbai for last three years.Correspondingly the highest increase is in South Central Mumbai (31%) and North East Mumbai (21%).The highest number of cases were registered 900 in North Central Mumbai in year 2010-11, last year in2009-10 there were 994 cases and in year 2008-09 there were 914 cases. 27
  • www.praja.orgSection III. Questions asked by MLAs on Crime issues Table 13: Questions asked By MLAs from North Mumbai RegionSr. Question asked on crime Gopal Vinod Pravin Ramesh Yogesh AslamNo. issues Shetty Ghosalkar Darekar Thakur Sagar Shaikh Total 1 Murder 5 3 8 2 Rape 2 1 1 1 1 6 3 Rioting 3 3 4 House Breaking 1 1 5 Chain Snatching 0 6 Theft 1 1 2 7 Accident 10 7 5 6 7 8 43 8 Crime Against Child 4 7 5 1 9 3 29 9 Crime Against Women 1 5 2 5 1310 Scams/Corruption 7 5 5 1 4 2 2411 Terrorism related 5 3 2 2 3 1512 Drugs 2 1 1 1 4 913 Extortion/Kidnapping/Threat 2 3 1 2 814 Human Rights 1 1 215 Suicide 1 1 2 Wrong Conduct/Action by16 Police 4 13 4 3 5 3 3217 Other Crime related 18 17 16 9 15 12 8718 Police and Establishment 9 19 12 6 17 12 75 Total 59 83 63 32 67 55 359Inferences:The above table shows that total question asked in North Mumbai region by the 6 MLAs on the issues ofCrime is 359 in Last 3 sessions (Monsoon’10, Winter’10 and Budget’11). The maximum question asked is byVinod Ghosalkar that is 83; where as Police and Establishment is the issue where the MLAs have raised themaximum number of question that is 75. We can see that Accident, Misbehaviors of Police,Scams/Corruption and Crime against Child are few major concern of the North Mumbai region MLAs.Not a single question has been asked on Chain snatching by the MLAs, while the region has had the secondhighest number of cases registered on Chain snatching. 28
  • www.praja.org Table 14: Questions asked By MLAs from North West Mumbai RegionSr. Question asked on Ravindra Rajhans Subhash Baldev AshokNo. crime issues Waikar Singh Desai Khosa Jadhav Total 1 Murder 2 4 6 2 Rape 2 2 4 3 Rioting 4 4 8 4 House Breaking 0 5 Chain Snatching 0 6 Theft 1 1 7 Accident 7 2 6 4 19 8 Crime Against Child 5 8 1 2 16 9 Crime Against Women 1 1 3 1 610 Scams/Corruption 4 8 1211 Terrorism related 4 1 9 1412 Drugs 1 1 1 2 5 Extortion/Kidnapping/Th 13 reat 3 4 7 14 Human Rights 1 1 1 3 15 Suicide 1 1 2 Wrong Conduct/Action 16 by Police 11 1 12 1 25 17 Other Crime related 16 3 23 1 5 48 Police and 18 Establishment 20 2 19 3 44Total 81 12 105 2 20 220Inferences:The Above table shows that total question asked in North West Mumbai region by the 5 MLAs on the issuesof Crime is 220 in Last 3 sessions (Monsoon’10, Winter’10 and Budget’11). The maximum question asked isby Subhash Desai that is 105; where as Police and Establishment is the issue where the MLAs have raised themaximum number of question that is 44. We can see that Accident, Misbehaviors of Police, Terrorism,Scams/Corruption and Crime against Child are few major concerns of the North West Region MLAs.Last year North West region had the highest number of incidences of Theft, but only one question was askedby the MLAs from the region. 29
  • www.praja.org Table 15: Questions asked By MLAs from North East Mumbai Region Prakas Sardar hSr. Question asked on Tara Mangesh Shishir Ramchandr Mahet AbuNo. crime issues Singh Sangle Shinde a Kadam a Azmi Total 1 Murder 2 7 3 4 2 18 2 Rape 2 2 1 1 1 7 3 Rioting 1 1 1 1 4 4 House Breaking 1 1 2 5 Chain Snatching 0 6 Theft 1 1 2 7 Accident 6 6 5 5 2 2 26 8 Crime Against Child 5 8 2 5 4 24 Crime Against9 Women 5 3 5 1 1410 Scams/Corruption 5 11 3 2 2 2311 Terrorism related 2 3 2 5 1212 Drugs 2 3 2 1 1 9 Extortion/Kidnappin13 g/Threat 2 3 1 2 814 Human Rights 1 2 315 Suicide 1 1 1 3 Wrong Conduct/Action by16 Police 4 5 3 4 4 2017 Other Crime related 14 26 12 20 7 4 83 Police and 18 Establishment 12 15 8 12 2 3 52Total 58 97 44 65 23 23 310Inferences:The Above table shows that total question asked in North East Mumbai region by the 6 MLAs on the issues ofCrime is 310 in Last 3 sessions (Monsoon’10, Winter’10 and Budget’11). The maximum question asked is byMangesh Sangle that is 97; where as Police and Establishment is the issue where the MLAs have raised themaximum number of question that is 52. We can see that Accident, Misbehaviors of Police,Scams/Corruption and Crime against Child/Women are few major concerns of the North East Region MLAs.While there have been 301 cases of chain snatching during 2010-11, the MLAs from this region have not evenasked a single question on chain snatching. 30
  • www.praja.org Table 16: Questions asked By MLAs from North Central Mumbai Region MilindSr. Question asked on Krishnakuma Kambl Prakash Baba KripashankarNo. crime issues r Hegde e Sawant Sidikki Singh Total 1 Murder 1 1 2 2 Rape 1 1 1 3 3 Rioting 3 3 4 House Breaking 0 5 Chain Snatching 0 6 Theft 0 7 Accident 3 7 1 11 8 Crime Against Child 2 2 9 Crime Against Women 010 Scams/Corruption 1 5 611 Terrorism related 3 312 Drugs 1 1 Extortion/Kidnapping/T 13 hreat 1 1 14 Human Rights 1 1 15 Suicide 0 Wrong Conduct/Action 16 by Police 1 1 5 1 8 17 Other Crime related 4 1 14 1 20 Police and 18 Establishment 1 14 1 2 18Total 9 7 57 1 5 79Inferences:The Above table shows that total question asked in North Central Mumbai region by the 5 MLAs on theissues of Crime is 79 in Last 3 sessions (Monsoon’10, Winter’10 and Budget’11). The maximum questionasked is by Prakash Sawant that is 57; where as Police and Establishment is the issue where the MLAs haveraised the maximum number of question that is 18.By far it can be said with even a cursory look at the crime data, that North Central Mumbai is the hotbed ofcriminal activities with the maximum cases of crime in the three years (21,858 cases) and the regionregistering maximum cases in the three years in Accidents/Fatal Accidents (1530 cases), Chain Snatching(1183 cases), House Breaking (1864 cases), Vehicles Stolen (2758 cases) and Rape (103 cases). However, itseems the MLAs from the region are the most oblivious about the worsening crime rate in their part of thecity as they have asked the least number of questions compared to the MLAs from other regions of the city. 31
  • www.praja.org Table 17: Questions asked By MLAs from South Central Mumbai RegionSr. Question asked on Nawab Chandrakant Jagannath Kalidas Nitinno. crime issues Malik Handore Shetty Kolambkar Sardesai Total 1 Murder 1 3 4 2 Rape 1 1 3 Rioting 1 1 4 House Breaking 0 5 Chain Snatching 0 6 Theft 1 1 7 Accident 1 4 5 5 15 8 Crime Against Child 4 4 9 Crime Against Women 010 Scams/Corruption 1 4 511 Terrorism related 1 1 212 Drugs 2 1 1 4 Extortion/Kidnapping/ 13 Threat 1 1 14 Human Rights 1 1 1 3 15 Suicide 0 Wrong Conduct/Action by 16 Police 1 3 4 17 Other Crime related 1 5 1 11 18 Police and 18 Establishment 2 1 4 5 5 17Total 8 1 18 13 40 80Inferences:The Above table shows that total question asked in South Central Mumbai region by the 5 MLAs on theissues of Crime is 80 in Last 3 sessions (Monsoon’10, Winter’10 and Budget’11). The maximum questionasked is by Nitin Sardesai that is 40, where as Police and Establishment is the issue where the MLAs haveraised the maximum number of question that is 17 and Accident 15 being few major concern of the SouthCentral Region MLAs.Similar to the North Central Mumbai region, the South Central Mumbai region MLAs are again the leastconcerned about the increase in the crime rate in their part of the city. They have asked the second leastnumber of questions (almost same as the North Central Mumbai MLAs). While they have not asked a singlequestion on House Breaking and Chain Snatching, the last year saw a registration of 640 and 474 cases,respectively. 32
  • www.praja.org Table 18: Questions asked By MLAs from South Mumbai RegionSr. Question asked on Bala Madhuka Mangal Prabhat Amin Annieno. crime issues Nandgaonkar r Chavan Lodha Patel Shekhar Total 1 Murder 8 3 1 12 2 Rape 3 1 4 3 Rioting 2 2 4 House Breaking 0 5 Chain Snatching 0 6 Theft 1 1 2 7 Accident 9 5 3 4 21 8 Crime Against Child 11 2 4 4 21 Crime Against 9 Women 5 3 3 11 10 Scams/Corruption 12 1 3 1 17 11 Terrorism related 4 2 1 7 12 Drugs 2 2 2 2 8 Extortion/Kidnapping/ 13 Threat 3 1 1 5 14 Human Rights 1 1 15 Suicide 1 1 Wrong Conduct/Action by 16 Police 12 1 3 3 19 17 Other Crime related 23 6 12 8 2 51 Police and 18 Establishment 20 5 12 15 52Total 116 23 48 42 5 234Inferences:The Above table shows that total question asked in South Mumbai region by the 5 MLAs on the issues ofCrime is 234 in Last 3 sessions (Monsoon’10, Winter’10 and Budget’11). The maximum question asked is byBala Nandgaonkar that is 116; where as Police and Establishment is the issue where the MLAs have raisedthe maximum number of question that is 52. We can see that Accident, Misbehaviors of Police,Scams/Corruption and Crime against Child/women are few major concerns of the South Mumbai RegionMLAs.The MLAs from this region have not asked even a single question on House Breaking and Chain Snatching,while the crime registered in this areas in the last year is 586 and 234 cases, respectively. 33