Model FIR

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(First Information Report)

 

  1. Chittoor District, Tiruchanoor Police, 2014, FIR No. 102, Date: 15-04-2014
  2. (i) Act ………………………….. Sections : ……………………………

(ii) Act ………………………….. Sections : ……………………………

(iii) Other Acts & Sections: ……………………………………………

  1. (a) Occurrence of Office: March, 31st, Monday, Night between 10.30 to 11.00 pm

(b) Information received from B. Ajay Kumar and K. Naresh Babu at the Police Station about 11.25 pm, 31st March, 2014. (c) General Diary Reference Entry No(s): 42, Time: 11.30 pm 31st March, 2014.

  1. Type of Information: Written/ Oral
  2. (a) Place of Occurrence : Tiruchanoor Road, Near Mango Mandi, Tirupati.

(b) Address: Srinivasapuram, Tiruchanoor Road, Tirupati-517 503 Tirupati Rural, Tiruchanoor Police Station Limits.

  1. Complainant/ Informant

(a) Name: B. Ajay Kumar,

(b) Father‟s Name: B.K. Rao

(c) Date/ Year of Birth: 24-10-1994

(d) Nationality: Indian

(e) Passport No ………. Date of issue………… Place of issue ……….

(f) Occupation: Business

(g) Address: Telephone Colony, Srinivasa Puram, Tirupati.

  1. Details of known/ suspected/ unknown/ accused with full particulars. (Attach separate sheet if necessary)

…………………………………………………………….

  1. Physical features deformities and other details of the suspect:

……………………………………………………………………

  1. Contents of the Complaint/ Statement of the complainant or informant (Attach separate sheets, if required).
  2. Action taken. Since the above report reveals commission of offence (s) u/S as mentioned at Item No. 2

Registered the case and took up the investigation/ directed ……………… Rank ……………… to take up the investigation.

FIR read over to the Complainant/ Informant, admitted to be correctly recorded and a copy given to the Complainant/ Informant free of cost.

Signature of the Officer-in-charge Police Station

                                                                       XXXXX

                                                                                               Tiruchanoor Police Station,

                                                                       Tirupati.

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