Service Online Complaint Registration
Department Tamil Nadu Police
Eligibility Anyone
Application Mode Online
Official Website https://eservices.tnpolice.gov.in/CCTNSNICSDC/Index?29

How To Register Complaint At Tamil Nadu Police Portal?

You can register a complaint with the Tamil Nadu Police online or offline. To register a complaint online, you can visit the Tamil Nadu Police Citizen Portal website. To register a complaint offline, you can visit your local police station.

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Here are the steps on how to register a complaint with the Tamil Nadu Police online:
• Go to the Tamil Nadu Police Citizen Portal website.
• Click on the “Register Online Complaint” tab.
• Fill out the complaint form.
• Upload any supporting documents.
• Pay the complaint fee.
• Submit the complaint.

Here are the steps on how to register a complaint with the Tamil Nadu Police offline:
• Go to your local police station.
• Approach the police officer in-charge of the complaint desk.
• Explain the nature of your complaint.
• Fill out the complaint form.
• Submit the complaint.

Documents Required For Complaint Registration

Here are the documents required to register a complaint with the Tamil Nadu Police:
• Proof of identity: This could be a passport, driver’s license, or voter ID card.
• Proof of address: This could be a utility bill, rent agreement, or bank statement.
• Photograph: You will need to provide a recent photograph.
• Any other supporting documents that you may have.

Complaint Registration Fee

The complaint fee for registering a complaint with the Tamil Nadu Police is Rs. 100.

Note:
Once you have registered a complaint, you will be given a complaint number. You can use this complaint number to track the progress of your complaint. The Tamil Nadu Police will investigate your complaint and take appropriate action. If your complaint is found to be genuine, the police will take action against the accused person.

Rights of Complainant

As a complainant, you have the right to:
• Be informed of the progress of the investigation.
• Be present during the investigation.
• Give a statement to the police.
• Receive a copy of the FIR.
• Be informed of the outcome of the investigation.

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