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.

A unit of the Himachal Armed Police was established in the district on 08th November, 1962. Today this unit has fully evolved as 6th Indo Reserve Battalion (IRBn) stationed at Dhaulakuan. Amongst the several police stations of District Sirmour, Police Station Majra is the newest addition which has started functioning in 2017. Majra was an erstwhile Police Post which use to work as a major business center during the British era. During the pre-merger period there were sixty chowkidars in the villages who use to be imparted training in drill and musketry at state headquarters. Now the institution of Police Chowkidars has been placed under the charge of the Panchayat department. 

The earliest reference to jail management in Sirmour by Balgobind, is informative enough to deserve quotation, “In jail are confined prisoners undergoing short sentences as well as life prisoners. To improve the Jails and to introduce the Government Jails Manual in the state, His Highness called a young man named Balkishen Dass who had acquired consierable experience at the Delhi Central Jail. He introduced the forms and registers and profitable labour in the jail.” The spirit of reform introduced by Raja Shamsher Prakash continued to be pursued by his succesors and as a result by 1904, there was a jail at Nahan. Now the District Jail at Nahan has been delared as Central Model Jail since 01st April 1962. 

Ever since the formation of Himachal Pradesh, the police here had no special problems of law and order in the district. 



Superintendent of Police District Sirmour at Nahan Sh. Raman Kumar Meena , IPS (Ph: 01702-225002(O),01702-225001 (R), 7650002024 (M) & Email: sp-nah-hp@nic.in

Supervisory Officer

Police Station

Police Post / Check Post

Sh. Yogesh Rolta 
HPS , Addl. SP Sirmaur
Landline: 01702-222329
PS Nahan
SHO Inspector Ranjeet  Singh
Email: police.nahan-hp@nic.in

PP Gunnughat

I/C ASI Suresh

Landline: 01702-222377

PP Katcha Tank

I/C  ASI Anil Kumar


Women PS Nahan
SHO SI Jai Singh 
Landline: 01702-222101

Sh. Ramakant Thakur          

  HPS, Dy.SP HQ. Sirmaur
Landline: 01702-222557
Email: dsp-sirhq-hp@nic.in

PS Kala Amb

SHO SI. Mohar Singh
Landline: 01702-254100
Email: police.kalamb-hp@nic.in



Sh. Mukesh Kumar, HPS,

SDPO Sangarah

Landline No. 


PS Renuka Ji

SHO Inspector Priynaka
Email: police.renukaji-hp@nic.in


PS Sangrah

SHO SI Brij Lal
 Landline:01702-248201 Email: police.sangrah-hp@nic.in


PP Nohradhar

I/C HC Omprakash


PP Haripur Dhar

I/C ASI Hardev Singh

Land Line No. 

Sh. Vidya Chand Negi, HPS,
SDPO Rajgarh
Landline: 01799-221089
PS Rajgarh
SHO SI Ravinder Lal
Landline: 01799-221057
Email: police.rajgarh-hp@nic.in

PP Pajhota at Fati Patel

I/C ASI Mahipal

PP Yashwant Nagar

ASI  Rajesh Kanwar

         Land line:- 01799-170133


 PS Pachhad
SHO SI Madan Lal
Landline: 01799-236727
Email: police.pachhad-hp@nic.in
 Aditi Singh, IPS,
Email: sdpo-poa-hp@nic.in 

PS Paonta Sahib

SHO SI. Achhar Singh
(Ph. 9418062514)
Landline: 01704-222322
Email: police.paonta-hp@nic.in


PS Puruwala

SHO SI Rajesh Pal

Land Line -01704-238870


PP Rajban

I/C ASI  Krishan Singh Bhandari


PP Singhpura

I/C  ASI Yashpal 


PS Majra

SHO SI Partap Singh
Landline: 01704-255147
Email: majrapolice@gmail.com



PS Shillai

SHO SI. Pritam Singh
Landline: 01704-278547
Email: police.shillai-hp@nic.in

PP Ronahat

ASI Randheer Singh

Email:- rpp-ronaht-hp@nic.in