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I welcome you to the official website of Crime Investigation Department(CID). CID is a premier investigating agency and specialized institution of the State Police. It deals with the investigation of major financial frauds, especially grave and sensational crimes and cybercrimes. In addition, the PCR wing (Protection of Civil Rights) of CID monitors the implementation of SC & ST Act, cases of Human rights violations, custodial violence etc . The Women Protection Cell looks after gender specific offences, human trafficking, child abuse etc .

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Andhra Pradesh CID new website inaugurated

On 17-11-2015, the Director General of Police of Andhra Pradesh State Sri J.V.Ramudu, IPS inaugurated the new Crime Investigation Department (CID), Andhra Pradesh website.  The CID Chief ADGP Sri Dwaraka Tirumala Rao, IPS and other CID officials participated in the programme.  

Gangi Reddy deported by AP Police

AP police made use of deportation procedures to bring red sanders smuggler Kollam Gangi Reddy to India from Mauritius.

DGP J.V. Ramudu said it took eight months to bring Gangi Reddy to India after his arrest in Mauritius in February by the Interpol.  Since extradition was time-consuming, a relatively easier option was deportation. “He had a fake passport and that helped us to get the deportation process done,” said the DGP.

CID chief Dwaraka Tirumal Rao played a major role in bringing the fugitive to India.

Job Fraud case

On 3rd November 2015, the Cyber wing of AP CID arrested a prime accused M.R.Praveen Reddy who is accused in a Job Fraud.  The accused promised gulible unemployed youth jobs in MNCs, took advance and cheated the victims.  In this connection AP CID wishes to alert the unemployed youth not to fall prey to the promises of backdoor entries into MNCs by random recruitment agencies.

Arrest of two Nigerian and one Ugandan

On 5th September 2015 CID AP Police arrested  two Nigerian and one Ugandan nationals. They cheated the innocent victim to the tune of Rs.4.5 Lakhs in the name of an online lottery prize.  The victim received a message on her phone saying that she won a lottery of one million USD. The victim replied to that message and ended up depositing money upto Rs.4.5 lakhs in various bank accounts given by the accused.  CID AP wishes to alert every one not to believe such fake messages and calls on their mobiles and Emails.

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