Police Stations in Khagrachari Circle:

Khagrachari Police Stations

Khagrachhari a Union of Mahalchhari Police Station and was upgraded to a police station in 1968. It has an area of 297.92 square kilometer with a population of 61306 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Panchhari Police Station, to the south Mahalchhari Police Station, to the east Dighinala Police Station and Longodu Police Station of Rangamati Hill District and to the west Matiranga Police Station. It comprises of one municipality, six Union Councils, 14 mouzas and 25 villages. The district Head Quarters is also situated in this Police Station. It has two Out Posts – Bhaibunchhara and Sadar Out Post and one Camp – Parachara .

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 07
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 03
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Dighinala Police Stations

Dighinala Police Station was established in1906. It has an area of 694.12 square kilometer with a population of 50933 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Tripura and Mijuram Provinces of India , to the south Longudo Police Station of Rangamati, to the east Baghaichhari Police Station and to the west Panchhari Police Station. It comprises five Union Councils, 22 mouzas and 145 villages. It has two Out Posts – Babunchhara and Choto Merong and one Camp – Ataltila.

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 05
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 05
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Panchhari Police Stations

Panchhari Police Stations was established in1976. It has an area of 334.11 square kilometer with a population of 26319 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Tripura and Mijuram Provinces of India , to the south Khagrachhari Sadar Station of Rangamati, to the east Dighinala Police Station and to the west Matiranga Police Station. It comprises four Union Councils, 07 mouzas and 60 villages.

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 04
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Mahalchhari Police Station

Mahalchhari Police Station was established in1906. It has an area of 248.64 square kilometer with a population of 32609 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Khagrachhari Sadar , to the south Lakshmichhari Police Station and Naniarchar Police Station of Rangamati, to the east Longodu Police Station and to the west Matiranga Police Station. It comprises five Union Councils, 13 mouzas and 110 villages. It has one Camp – Ataltila.

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 03
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Ramgarh Police Station

Ramgarh Police Station was established in1905. It has an area of 240.87 square kilometer with a population of 44217 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Matiranga Police Station, to the south Manikchhari and Lakshmichhari Police Stations, to the east Mahalchhari Police Station and to the west FatikCharri Police Station of Chittagong Tripura Province of India. It comprises of one municipality, 03 Union Councils, 12 mouzas and 90 villages. It has one Camp – Nakapa.

 

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 05
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Matiranga Police Station

Matiranga Police Station was established in1976. It has an area of 495.39 square kilometer with a population of 71949 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Panchhari Police Station, to the south Ramgarh Police Station, to the east Khagrachhari Sadar Police Station and to the west Tripura Province of India. It comprises of one municipality 07 Union Councils, 28 mouzas and 255 villages. It has one Investigation Center – Tabalchhari and one Camp – Maischhari.

 

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 06
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 03
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Guimara Police Station

Guimara Police Station was established in1988. It has an area of 694.12 square kilometer with a population of 50933 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Matirang Police Station, to the south Ramgar Police Station to the east Mahalchhari Police Station and to the west Matiranga and Khargrachhari Sadar Police Stations. It has one Out Posts\ – Hafchhari .

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Lakshmichhari Police Station

Lakshmichhari Police Station was established 07th November in1983. It has an area of 220.15 square kilometer with a population of 16676 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Mahalchhari and Ramgarh Police Stations, to the south Fatikchhari Police Station of Chittagong and Kaukali Police Station of Rangamati, to the east Naniarchar Police Station of Rangamati and to the west Manikchhari and FatikCharri Police Station of Chittagong. It comprises of 03 Union Councils, 16 mouzas and 30 villages. It has one Camp – Lakshmichhari.

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 03
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54

Manikchhari Police Station

Manikchhari Police Station was established in1980. It has an area of 168.65 square kilometer with a population of 38479 as per 1991 Bangladesh Census. It borders to the north Ramgarh Police Station, to the south and west Fatikchhari Police Station of Chittagong and to the east Lakshmichhari Police Station. It comprises of 02 Union Councils, 11 mouzas and 120 villages. It has one Camp – Dainchhari.

Number of Sangtioned Police Officers and Force:

Rank Number of Posts
Inspector 02
Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 03
Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (unarmed) 02
Assistant Sub-Inspector (armed) 02
Nayek 06
Constables 54