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Shri Amandeep, IPS

Superintendent of Police

Hooghly Rural Police district was created on 30th June 2017, curbing out of erstwhile Hooghly district. Presently it consists of sixteen police station with jurisdiction, one women police station and one Cyber Police Station. The head quarter of Hooghly Rural police district was shifted to Kamarkundu under Singur PS from Chinsura.

The district of Hooghly derived its name from the town of Hooghly on the west bank of the Hooghly River about 40 km north of Kolkata. The district has thousands of years of rich heritage as part of the Bengali kingdom of Bhurshut. The district of Hooghly was formed in 1795 with the city of Hooghly as its headquarters. Later the headquarters shifted to the town of Chinsura.  In 1843 the Howrah district was created from the southern portion of this district. And in 1872, the south-west portion of this district was merged into the Medinipur district. The last change in the area occurred in 1966.

The district is flat, with no place having an elevation of more than 200 meters. The River Hooghly borders it to the east. Another major river is 'Damodar'. Most of the land of the district is alluvial type of soil due to well distribution of river system. Damodar, Dwarkeswar, Hooghly (Ganga), Mundeswari and Saraswati are the main rivers of Hooghly. The district is bordered by Howrah District to the south, Bardhaman District to the north, and to the east by the river Hooghly. Bankura District lies to the north-west, with Medinipur District to the south-west.

Hooghly Rural District Police is committed to safety & security of the people, maintaining law & order, preventive & detection of Crime and managing traffic in the district. Through various community policing initiatives, Hooghly District Police will engage and cooperate with the common aiming to ensure wellbeing of society as our own Swami Vivekananda had said, “Arise, awake and donot stop until the goal is reached”.

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Message from

Shri Amandeep, IPS

Superintendent of Police

Hooghly Rural Police district was created on 30th June 2017, curbing out of erstwhile Hooghly district. Presently it consists of sixteen police station with jurisdiction, one women police station and one Cyber Police Station. The head quarter of Hooghly Rural police district was shifted to Kamarkundu under Singur PS from Chinsura.

The district of Hooghly derived its name from the town of Hooghly on the west bank of the Hooghly River about 40 km north of Kolkata. The district has thousands of years of rich heritage as part of the Bengali kingdom of Bhurshut. The district of Hooghly was formed in 1795 with the city of Hooghly as its headquarters. Later the headquarters shifted to the town of Chinsura.  In 1843 the Howrah district was created from the southern portion of this district. And in 1872, the south-west portion of this district was merged into the Medinipur district. The last change in the area occurred in 1966.

The district is flat, with no place having an elevation of more than 200 meters. The River Hooghly borders it to the east. Another major river is 'Damodar'. Most of the land of the district is alluvial type of soil due to well distribution of river system. Damodar, Dwarkeswar, Hooghly (Ganga), Mundeswari and Saraswati are the main rivers of Hooghly. The district is bordered by Howrah District to the south, Bardhaman District to the north, and to the east by the river Hooghly. Bankura District lies to the north-west, with Medinipur District to the south-west.

Hooghly Rural District Police is committed to safety & security of the people, maintaining law & order, preventive & detection of Crime and managing traffic in the district. Through various community policing initiatives, Hooghly District Police will engage and cooperate with the common aiming to ensure wellbeing of society as our own Swami Vivekananda had said, “Arise, awake and donot stop until the goal is reached”.

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24 September, 2021

𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝘀𝘁𝗮𝘁𝗲 𝗔𝗿𝗺𝘀 𝗥𝗮𝗰𝗸𝗲𝘁 𝗕𝘂𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗱!
Acting on a source information yesterday, the police of Kulti Police Station under ADPC arrested one Ash Mohammad Bablu resident of Khilandhawra Kendua Bazar PS-Kulti Dist-Paschim Bardhaman at Barakar Checkpoint under Kulti PS and seized 25 country-made 7mm pistols along with 46 number magazines. Further raid is going on.

15 September, 2021

Today, Jangipara PS conducted a joint raid with Excise department and destroyed 1820 litres ID liquor.

03 September, 2021

An initiative in form of Community Policing has been taken up by Shri Amandeep, IPS, Superintendent of Police Hooghly Rural Police District and Shri Rana Pratap Singh, CEO Career Courses, Barrackpore to provide free coaching to meritorious & needy candidates of Hooghly Rural district.