Andra Pradesh: AP Chief Minister Jagan Mohan Reddy launches AP Police Seva app for easier access to police force

CM Jagan Mohan Reddy launches “AP Police Seva” app for easier access to the police force.

On Thursday afternoon, Jagan Mohan Reddy, Andhra Pradesh Cheif Minister, announced the release of AP Police Seva, an app for users to access the police department virtually.  The app was released “at his office in Amaravati.”


The app permits civilians to have easier access to the police force. Mohan said, “It’ll enable the user to register complaints, check for FIR status and E-challans, file passport applications, licenses & NOC. The nearest police station will also be alerted in case of a road accident.” There are 80 other services that the app offers. The Hans India reported that the app also connects all the police stations in the state and provides 12 other services for women. Civilians are able to receive complaint receipts and contact the police force through social media streams Facebook, Whatsapp, and Twitter.

The release of the AP Police Seva app is only one of the many reforms that the state has in the government.