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A First Information Report (FIR) should be lodged at the nearest police station as soon as an offence has been committed. The sooner it is lodged, the faster...

 

A First Information Report (FIR) should be lodged at the nearest police station as soon as an offence has been committed. The sooner it is lodged, the faster the investigations can be started.

Procedure for filing a FIR

  • Every police station will have a book in which the FIR is registered.
  • The head of the page will bear the heading First Information Report, along with the FIR Number, which will be entered depending on your Case Number.
  • You must mention your name in the FIR.
  • The name of the offender and/or his description if he is not known to you, or if he has run away.
  • Clear and detailed description of the offence and where it has taken place.
  • Try and remember every little detail. Missing out even a few relevant facts can enable the offender to get away with a lighter punishment.

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