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Department Tamil Nadu Police
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How To Check Tamil Nadu Police FIR Status Online?

You can check the status of your FIR online through the Tamil Nadu Police Citizen Portal.

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Here are the steps on how to do it:
• Visit Tamil Nadu Police Citizen Portal
• Click on the “FIR Status” link.
• Select District and Police Station
• Enter the FIR Number and Registration Date
• Click on the “Submit” button.
• The FIR status will be displayed on the screen.

Here are some of the possible statuses of an FIR:
• Pending: The FIR is still under investigation.
• Investigation in Progress: The police are still investigating the case.
• Chargesheet Filed: The police have filed a chargesheet in court.
• Case Closed: The case has been closed by the police.

If you have any questions about the FIR status, you can contact the police station where the FIR was registered.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when checking the status of your FIR online:
• You will need to have your FIR number and the district and police station where the FIR was registered.
• The FIR status may not be updated immediately, so you may need to check back again later.
• If you have any questions about the FIR status, you can contact the police station where the FIR was registered.

First Information Report [FIR] FAQ

Here are some FAQs on FIR:

What is an FIR?
FIR stands for First Information Report. It is a document that is filed with the police when a cognizable offence is committed. A cognizable offence is an offence that the police can investigate and arrest the accused without a warrant.

What are the contents of an FIR?
The FIR should contain the following information:
• The name and address of the complainant.
• The date and time of the offence.
• The place where the offence was committed.
• A brief description of the offence.
• The name and address of the accused, if known.
• Any other information that is relevant to the offence.

How do I lodge an FIR?
You can lodge an FIR at any police station in India. You can either go to the police station in person or you can call the police and lodge the FIR over the phone.

What are the benefits of lodging an FIR?
There are a number of benefits to lodging an FIR, including:
• It is the first step in the criminal justice process.
• It can help the police to investigate the offence and arrest the accused.
• It can help you to get compensation from the government if you are a victim of crime.
• It can help you to protect your legal rights.

What are the risks of not lodging an FIR?
If you do not lodge an FIR, you may not be able to get justice. The police may not be able to investigate the offence and arrest the accused. You may also not be able to get compensation from the government.

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