PESHAWAR, July 5: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police have made a standard operating procedure for the registration of FIR on their official website.

According to a statement issued by the central police office here, the complainant will visit the police website,, and fill the FIR registration form.

An automatic FIR ID will be generated as soon as the online FIR form is submitted. The FIR details, including contact details of the complainant, will then be forwarded to the relevant station house officer, district police officer and regional police officer by email.

The identity of the complainant will be verified by Nadra using its VERISYS facility to minimise the possibility of fake FIRs. The SHO of the relevant police station or the complainant will contact each other for registration of FIR.

When FIR is lodged, the complainant will be informed by the website, email and mobile or landline phone.

The complainants can contact the relevant officials on telephone numbers, 091-9213164, cellphone number 0300-5934301 and fax number 091-9213165, in case of any difficulties in registration of the online FIRs.

The information technology staff of police are responsible for the technical support. Moreover, an FIR board will supervise the online FIR service of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police.

The FIR board to be headed by the DIG (operations) will be responsible to ensure that each and every FIR received online is timely downloaded, the details of the FIR are immediately sent to the concerned SHO, DPO and RPO via email, fax, telephone or wireless, the FIR is registered in the relevant police station without delay and the complainant is informed accordingly and all details are displayed on the website of the provincial police.

In the statement, police asked the people to avail themselves of the online FIR registration facility so that good policing could be ensured. —Bureau Report

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