Sirmaur Police

Brief Profile of the Department

The genesis of policing in Sirmour dates back to pre independence when Sirmour was a princely state and the Police Department was under the charge of a Superintendent of Police who was directly responsible to the Raja. During the reign of Raja Shamsher Prakash, each police station was in charge of a Deputy Inspector, re-designated in 1934 as a Sub-Inspector. The total strength of the police force, which was only 129 in 1904 was increased to 206 in 1934. The department was administered by the Raja on the lines of the Punjab Police Act, the rules thereunder and the Punjab Police Code.

Departments Field Offices in District Sirmaur


Activities Performed by the Department

Various activities Like Community policing Scheme, Traffic rules & awareness program, Self Defence Training etc are organized by the department time to time.

  1. Community Policing Scheme:   Community Policing is a strategy of policing that focuses on police building ties and working closely with members of the communities. It is a policy that requires police to inherit a proactive approach to address public safety concerns.
  2.  Traffic Rules & Awareness Programs:  Awareness of traffic rules can save the life of both drivers and pedestrians.
  3.   Self Defence Training for Girls:   Many trained police officials of Sirmour district are imparting self defense training (UAC) to the girls students in the schools of Sirmour district to build the confidence among the school going girls. Rape, molestation, kidnapping and murder are the most common forms of crime against women in India. The women in India are also vulnerable to acid attacks and eve-teasing. The mindset of the people, including the victim and the spectator, is to ignore and just let it go. But, what we, as the responsible citizens of an independent country, fail to realize is that these instances of harassment can flare up into other bigger heinous crimes against women. And that is when the importance of learning self-defence techniques for women is felt.
  4. Shakti App / Gudiya Help Line:    Government of Himachal Pradesh has launched “Shakti Helpline” number on dated 26/01/2018 in order to ensure safety and security of the Women. This helpline number 7650002024 shall be functional 24 X 7 in this district.

Contact Info of the Department and Officers

Sr No Name of Official Designation Office Phone Mobile email
1 Sh Rohit Malpani, IPS S.P. Sirmaur SP Office Nahan 01702-225002 9882762624 sp-nah-hp[at]nic[dot]in
2 Sh Virender Thakur, HPS Addl. S.P. Sirmaur SP Office Nahan 01702-222329 9418042888 asp-nhn-hp[at]nic[dot]in
3 Sh Babita Rana, HPS Dy. SP (HQ) SP Office Nahan 01702-222557 9418100311 dsp-sir-hq[at]nic[dot]in
4 Mrs Gulshan Negi, HPS Dy. SP (LR) SP Office Nahan 01702-222101 9816014333
5 Sh Parmod Chauhan, HPS SDPO Paonta Sahib SDPO Office Paonta Sahib 01704-222144 8988333000 sdpo-poa-hp[at]nic[dot]in
6 Mrs Dushyant Sarpal, HPS SDPO Rajgarh SDPO Office Rajgarh 01799-221089 9418192092 sdpo-raj-hp[at]nic[dot]in

Contact Info of the Police Stations

SrNo Name of Police Station Name of SHO Mobile No. Contact No. of Police Station email address
1 SHO PS NAHAN Insp. Vijay Kumar 8219413998 01702-222522 police.nahan-hp[at]nic[dot]in
2 SHO PS PAONTA Insp. Ashok Chauhan 9418071662 01704-222322 police.paonta-hp[at]nic[dot]in
3 SHO PS KALA AMB SI Sanjay Kumar 9418542933 01702-254100 police.kalamb-hp[at]nic[dot]in
4 SHO PS SHILLAI Insp. Jasbir Singh 9418499089 01704-278547 police.shillai-hp[at]nic[dot]in
5 SHO PS RENUKA JI Insp. Manvender 9418092661 01702-267329 police.renukajee-hp[at]nic[dot]in
6 SHO PS SANGRAH SI Virochan Negi 9418817670 01702-248201 police.sangrah-hp[at]nic[dot]in
7 SHO PS PACHHAD SI Biru Ahmad 9418462697 01799-236727 police.pachhad-hp[at]nic[dot]in
8 SHO PS RAJGARH SI Balwant Singh 9816681800 01799-221057 police.rajgarh-hp[at]nic[dot]in
9 SHO PS MAJRA SI Sewa Singh 9418030137 01704-255147 majrapolice[at]gmail[dot]com