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Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime)
Crime Branch in Crime Prevention, detection and investigation.

DCP (Detection)

- Overall incharge of the Detection Crime Branch. Monitoring the investigation of serious crime and formulate new strategies for combating organized crime.

DCP (Preventive) - Overall incharge of the preventive branch
  • Scrutinize the MPDA proposals, prepare detention orders and obtain CP's approval and send them back to the Police station for investigation
  • Submit report to Govt. for getting approval of detention orders.
  • Production of person detained before Advisory committee and to prepare affidavits.
  • Exemption of COFEPOSA orders by the state and central government.
  • Main Computer Cell
  • Preventive Crime Branch
  • Conviction Index Bureau
  • Court Cell
  • Missing Persons Bureau
  • Modus Operandi Bureau
  • Criminal Record Bureau
  • Finger Print Bureau
  • Scheduled Castes Scheduleed Tribes ATROCITY-CELL (S.C.T.S.C.)


DCP (Enforcement)

-Overall in-charge of Social Service Branch, Black Magic Cell , JAPU & JAPU Protection Branch

It has two branches viz., the 1. Anti Trafficking Cell 2. Copy Right Violation and the Anti-Gambling Cell
  • Anti - Human Trafficking Cell: This cell initiates action under the ITPA Act on organized prostitutions rackets carried out in Hotels, Guest houses, Beauty parlors, Dance Bar & Brothels. Mainly check Brothels to rescue the minor girls & Victims forced in prostitutions.
  • Copy Right Violation & Anti Gambling Cell. This Cell initiates action under Copy right Act for Printing / selling duplicate CDS/DVDS/BOOKS. Action under gambling Act in Matka, Cricket batting, Gambing on Road & clubs. And action under Lottery Regulation Act Viz Scratched Lottery.

This unit takes charge of the unattended juvenile boys and girls u/s.31 Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and sends them to the Juvenile observations homes-at Dongri and Mankhurd, Mumbai. Juveniles are subsequently sent back to their respective homes as per the orders of chairman, Juvenile Welfare Board, Dongri and Mankhurd for rehabilitation.
Also rescue of child labours U/S 3,14 Child Labour (Prohabition And Regulation) Act 1986 & 75,79 Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 & Rescue of child beggers U/S & 5,9,11 The Bombay Prevention of Begging Act, 1959 & 7,6 of Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015
This unit takes charge of the unattended juvenile boys and girls u/s.31 Juvenile Justice Act 2015 and sends them to the Juvenile observations homes-at Dongri and Mankhurd, Mumbai. Juveniles are subsequently sent back to their respective homes as per the orders of chairman, Juvenile Welfare Board, Dongri and Mankhurd for rehabilitation.
As per the order of Child Welfare Committee, Mumbai City and Mumbai Suburban, JAPU Protection Branch, Transfers minor boys and girls to their home District in Maharashtra and also all State in India u/s 95 Juvenile Justice ( Care & Protection of Children) Act 2015.
DCP Crime Against Women (C.A.W)

-Overall in-charge of C.A.W. units (I,II) and Counselling Cell.

  • Unit I: Cases of Rape, Kidnapping, Molestation and other Serious Offences related to Women.
  • Unit II: Domestic Violence, Dowry related murder, Suicide and other offences under Dowry Prohibition Act. Offences under 498(A) IPC and other Dowry related offences.
  • Councelling Cell: Counseling of Women in distress and suffered by Domestic Violence.
DCP (Cyber Crime)

-Overall in-charge of Cyber Police Station, BKC.

This branch deals with the investigation of website hacking, cyber stalking, cyber pornography, e-mail, credit card crime, software piracy, on-line fraud and internet crime.
This branch initiates action against persons who manufacture, transport, possesses, sale narcotics drugs, psychotropic substance like Heroin, Morphine, Ganja, Charas, Hashish oil, Cocaine, Mephedrone, LSD, Ketamine, Amphetamine and others substances under NDPS Act 1985.
Joint Commissioner of Police (EOW)

Overall in-charge and supervising officer of the Economic Offences Wings which investigate complicated white collar crime viz; general, cheating, frauds in banking and medical fields, job racketing, shares and bogus stamp cases. Responsible for organizing various training programs and new strategies for enhancing the efficiency of the economic offence wing.

For smooth functioning of Economic Offences Wing, The EOW Units were divided into following units, details are as follows.

  • Banking I: Banking offences by Individual Persons.
  • Banking II: Housing offences by Companies.
  • Housing I: Housing offences by Individual Persons.
  • Housing II: Housing offences against Developers/ Contractors/ Govt. Agencies.
  • Genral Cheating I: Personal / Individual Cheating.
  • General Cheating II: Corporate Frauds- Public Sector/ Govt. Institution.
  • General Cheating III: General Cheating in Business Transactions
  • Job Racketing Unit-IV: Job Racketing, Education & Medical Frauds.
  • Shares Unit-V: Shares, Security Market & Commodity Market.
  • FICN Unit-VI: Govt. Stamps & Counterfeit Currencies.
  • MPID Unit-VII: Investment/Deposits Frauds, MPID cases.
  • Training Unit-VIII: Training & Research Unit.
  • Intelligence Unit-IX: Intelligence Unit.
  • Admin Unit-X: Administration Unit including Malkhana and Pairavi.
  • MLM Unit-XI: Multi Level Marketing.
  • IPR Unit-XII: Intellectual Property Rights.
Crime Branch Control is primarily responsible for cases under E. C. Act, Copy Right Act, Foods Safety Act, Trade Mark Act, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, and Control Orders issued under E.C. Act. The recent priority is to eliminate milk adulteration, sale of Gutkha and banned scented tobacco products within Mumbai jurisdiction and eliminate oil (Petroleum Products) adulteration and pilferage.
Sales Tax Unit came into existence vide G. R. No. FD/STD/1277/63/77/ADM-8 dated 21.04.1977 to investigate cases involving violation of Sales Tax Act and has jurisdiction over entire Mumbai Police Commissionerate. This Unit is primarily responsible for cases involving VAT evasion.
Both Crime Branch Control ( C B Control) and Sales Tax Units work under the direct supervision of DCP (STF). But the post of DCP (STF) is lying vacant
Cyber Crime has emerged as one of the leading type of Online Economic Frauds in India. Presently, CCIC has been tasked to handle cases of ATM/Credit-Debit Card frauds, online lottery frauds and cyber crimes involving economic offences. This unit will identify the websites of suspected entities/ financial establishments, collect information about their schemes/policies, office bearers, offices, servers, website hosting information, workplaces etc. CCIC also provides the technical assistance to Local Police Stations and Crime Branch Units.
Joint Commissioner Of Police( Admin )
  • Office Administration
  • Recruitment
  • Promotions
  • Health
  • Retirement Management
  • Accommodation
  • Computerization
  • Arms, Ammunition And Accouterments
  • Training
  • Provisioning
  • Modernization
Local Armed (LA) Police units are located at the following places
  • LA-I/RCP : Naigaon, Mumbai-14
  • LA-II : Tardeo/Worli, Mumbai-18
  • LA-III : Worli Police Camp, Mumbai-30
  • LA-IV : Marol Police Camp, Mumbai-59
  • LA-V:Kole Kalyan,Mumbai-55
Mumbai City Police, under the supervision of Addl. C.P. (AP), has four LA divisions headed by 4 DCPs designated as : DCP LA-I, DCP LA-II, DCP LA-III DCP LA-IV DCP LA-V

DCP offices are located at their respective HQs except LA-II whose office is located at Tardeo.
  • Probationary officers’ training : one month
  • Refresher courses : fortnight for unarmed men
  • Revolver course : one week for fresh officers & men
  • 3 days revision course : for officers and men
  • All weapons training including : 15th days automatic and semi automatic weapons
  • Police Constable recruitment training: includes P.T. Drill, Squad Drill
  • Weapon drill and lathi drill
  • Use of gas shells/grenades training: for armed men
  • Riot Control Police ( RCP ) has been formed to counter sudden riotous situation, by a team of specially trained Police officers and men. This specialized force would be capable of handling and dealing with a riotous situation in an expert way, which is an asset to the Mumbai Police
  • RCP is consisting of young, tough and trained officers and men capable of working in adverse situations. They have been trained in mob dispersal tactics and provided with suitable equipments for their operations. They have also been trained in First-Aid
  • In order to provide a suitable counter - action to any insurgency, one platoon from each company of RCP is imparted training in Anti-insurgency tactics and they have been developed as "Quick Reaction Teams" (QRT)
  • Training in Fire-fighting and Rescue operation. The three RCP companies are named as "Alfa", " Bravo" and "Charlie"
  • Two companies during day and one in the night are always available at Naigaom Police Headquarters
  • They have done commendable bandobasts duties during 9 / 11th Sept., World Trade Center attack and during important festival bandobasts in Mumbai city
  • Incharge of all Police hospital and mobile hospital. Providing medi-care facilities to the ailing policemen.
  • Responsible for providing and maintaining the wireless communication grid of the Mumbai archive round the clock.
DCP - H-Q-1
  • Monitoring the performance of Hotel, Theatre, Arms and Ammunition Branches and functioning of Desks.
  • Monitoring the Citizens Facilitation center and info line DCP - CH-Q-2
DCP - H-Q-2
  • Transferring, recruitment and solving the grievances of all Policemen.
  • Monitoring the various Welfare activities of Police
ADDL. C.P. (M.T.)
  • In charge of entire vehicular fleet of Mumbai Police responsible for keeping all vehicles in roadworthy conditions.
  • Providing the pilot, escort and other vehicles during the visit of VIP's in Mumbai.
Joint Commissioner Of Police (Traffic)
Mumbai's concern regarding traffic control dates back to 1924 when the traffic department was created by the administration. This traffic police branch was carved out of the mounted police force and comprised of 1 Police Inspector, 3 Sergeants (Sub-Inspectors), 1 Jamadar (Asst. Sub-Inspector), and 154 constables and head constables, with a complement of 1 jeep and 3 motor cycles, and an annual budget of Rs. 22,524-4 annas-4paise.
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It was smooth sailing till the early 1960's (with suitable additions to the branch from time to time). The 1960's, however demanded special attention and the post of Deputy Commissioner of Police, in charge of the traffic department was created. As problems multiplied, there was an increasing need to curb them. The Traffic Control Branch has now grown to a strength of over 2,000. The modest beginnings of 1924 have given way to the technological brilliance of electronic cells, computers and wireless systems. The average annual budget is to the tune of Rs. 75 million.
DRIVING LICENSE: An appropriate driving License is a legal requirement for operating any motor vehicle. A driver's license which is issued by the competent authority of any State/Union territory is valid throughout the Indian Union.
a) Motor cycles of special category  16 years a) A motorcycle of engine capacity not more than 50cc falls in this category. The application must be signed by a parent or guardian.
b) Private cars and motorcycles 18 years b) All light motor vehicles not used for carrying passengers/goods for hire are covered in this category.
c) Transport vehicles 20 years c) All buses, lorries, auto rickshaws, etc. fall in this category.
Any person who wishes to drive a motor vehicle has to first obtain a learner's license for the purpose of learning. The person must then be tested before a permanent license is granted. A person should not be less than 20 years of age if he wants to learn to drive a transport vehicle.
Proof of age Documents accepted for proof of age are Birth/School Leaving Certificate, Passport, etc.
Proof of residence This can be supported by documents like the passport, ration card, electoral roll , electricity or telephone bill, etc.
Medical Certificate It is required only in case of transport vehicles and can be obtained from any registered medical practitioner in the prescribed form.
Photograph 3 copies of passport size.
Fee A fee of Rs. 15 should be paid.
A learner's license is valid only for a period of six months. If the driving test for a permanent license is not passed during this period, a fresh learner's license needs to be obtained .
A person who holds a learner's license is permitted to drive only if he is accompanied by a duly licensed driver who is sitting in a position from where he can control the vehicle and bring it to a stop if required. The vehicle must display 'L' painted signs, both in the front and the rear end of the vehicle.
A person holding a learner's license for a motorcycle is not permitted to carry any pillion-rider except the person who is required to be present for imparting instructions and ensuring safety (as mentioned above). 
A Permanent license of the appropriate class will be granted after the successful completion of a driving test conducted by the RTO. The test for the issue of the Permanent license is conducted after a minimum of 30 days from the date of issue of the learner's license. In case of failure, a retest can be requested but not before a period of 7 days.
Transport vehicles: 3 years
All other vehicles: 5 years, or up to the age of 50 years, whichever is more .
After the age of 50, the license will be renewed for a period of 5 years at a time.
Photograph: 3 copies passport size
Fee: Rs. 15 for driving test Rs. 20 for license
The application for renewal must be accompanied by :   
  • The driving license
  • Medical Certificate in case of transport vehicle
  • 3 copies of photograph
  • Renewal fee of Rs. 15
  1. An Expired license is valid for 30 days and can be renewed during this grace period without a penalty.
  2. A license expired by more than 30 days can be renewed on payment of a penalty, provided the application is made within a period of five years from the date of expiry. The penalty is charged at Rs. 10/- per year or a part thereof.
  3. The License can be renewed through any RTO in the country, irrespective of the place of its issue. If a driver changes his residence, the new address should be incorporated in the license.
If the original is defaced or lost, a duplicate license can be issued on the production of:
  • The License number
  • 3 copies of photograph
  • Fee of Rs. 20 (for laminated license the fee will be higher as prescribed by the RTO).
  1. The application for duplicate license must be made to the same RTO that has issued the original license.
  2. In case the license number is not available, the application has to be made to any other RTO, the procedure is same as applicable for the fresh license (learner license, driving test, etc.)
International Driving Permit can be issued by the RTO or other motoring associations like WIAA which are authorized by the government. Such a license is valid for one year.
Current Indian Driving License valid for at least another year. 
3 copies of a recent photograph 
Fee of Rs. 10