Safe City Surat Project
Office of Commissioner of Police, Surat City.

A. Problem Analysis

 1. What was the problem before the implementation of the initiative?
Urbanization & Challenges of Law Enforcement: The demographic trends in India are moving towards rapid urbanization and the same is changing the face of Surat city. Threat of terrorism and rising crime pose a serious threat to the social stability, economic growth and adversely affect the quality of life in city. The law enforcement agencies need to equip themselves with necessary wherewithal to meet the challenges of governance through planning, partnership and by adopting technology. Unique Challenge before Surat City Police: Surat City has rapidly grown in the last decade and has emerged as 2nd biggest city in Gujarat and the 9th biggest city in India. The city is spread over an area of 326 km having a population of 5.2 million. The city is known for its thriving diamond, textile and petro chemical industry and is the nerve center of economic activity in Gujarat. The city poses unique challenge to the law enforcement agencies for the following reasons: (i) Demographics: The city with a busy port thriving textile industry, diamond industry, Asia’s biggest textile market and Petro-chemical industry at Hazira attracts huge migratory work force. A whopping 47.38% of the total population is from outside Surat and 46.56% of the population is from outside Gujarat. (ii) High Volume of Vehicular Traffic: The city has 2.81 million registered motor vehicles. The issues such as poor urban planning, lack of public transport system, dependence of the general population on auto-rickshaw and motor cycles, inadequate man power available with the law enforcement agency make the task of traffic management and enforcement difficult. (iii) Proximity with Mumbai: A large number of businessmen from Surat have their investment and establishment in Mumbai. The real estate market in the city has been soaring as it is a preferred urban destination in South Gujarat. Therefore, the underworld and the criminal elements from Mumbai have been trying to fiddle with the real estate, textile and diamond industry in Surat City. (iv) Threats of Terrorism: The thriving economy, presence of migrant population, long coast on the west dotted with landing points and the proximity with Mumbai expose the city to the threats of terrorism. There were successful terror attacks in the year 1993 and a large number of bombs ridden with explosives were planted in various areas targeting diamond industry in the year 2008. These incidents had created fear in the minds of corporate, businessmen and ordinary citizens of the city. (v) Rising Crime & Poor Police-People Ratio: The rising population, presence of migrants, growth of slums, increasing socio-economic inequalities, unemployment, lure of quick bucks among youth etc. is leading to rise in crime. The incidents of theft/burglary/robbery, murder, rape, kidnapping, drug trafficking, extortion, human trafficking, crime against children and financial crimes make the citizens of the city feel insecure. The police-people ratio is a measure of public safety and United Nations has prescribed 222 policemen per 100,000 populations as the minimum scale. However, the police-people ratio in Surat City is 73 per 100,000 populations as against the national leverage of 137 per 100,000 population. The rising crime and people’s expectations put serious pressure on the limited resources of the law enforcement agency. Terror Threat- Need for effective Surveillance System: Unsuccessful attempts by terrorist to execute serial bomb blasts and their desire to target the city again for redeeming their ‘credibility’ compounded by bomb blasts in in Mumbai on in July, 2011 wherein Gujarati diamond establishments were targeted, had underlined the importance of effective surveillance system in Surat City. These incidents highlighted the needs for proper mechanisms to protect vital installations, public places, prevent and detect crime, traffic management and enforcement. Commissioner of Police, Surat City pointed out during the meeting with the leading businessmen, the need for leveraging public-private partnerships for making use of available technology for law enforcement to create a safe and secure city. This led to the showing of seeds for the: Safe City Surat Project.

B. Strategic Approach

 2. What was the solution?
The objectives of the project : - Surveillance - Traffic Management - Disaster Management (a)Purpose & priorities of the initiative: The following are the objectives of the Safe City Surat Project: •To develop an organized network of cameras to maximize surveillance and visibility in strategic and crime prone areas to facilitate prevention, detection and investigation of incidents of crime. •To reduce the opportunities for committing crime and terror attacks by employing access control systems, cameras and police personnel to denying access to potential targets and deter incidents of crime/terror attacks •To develop post incident forensic examination tools for crime detection and investigation. •To manage traffic at junctions by monitoring the volume of traffic and enforce traffic rules through non-intrusive methods. •To manage and monitor the movement of VIPs /VVIPs and large public processions. Example: Ganesh Immersion Procession, Taziya Procession, visit of Chief Minister/Prime Minister. •To coordinate the efforts of various agencies for rescue, relief and rehabilitation during natural calamities and disasters Example: Floods, Cyclones, and Industrial Accidents. The following are the priorities of the Safe City Surat Project: •To create a network of closed circuit television (CCTV) camera based surveillance and communication system that can serve as backbone for future expansion •To identify strategic and crime prone areas in the city and install cameras in a phased manner •To establish a Command & Control Center for monitoring, recording and analysis of video footages. •To streamline traffic management and to strengthen the rigour of traffic enforcement by issuing e-challans and installing automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system. •To install 2D map and incident management systems for dealing with incidents such as fire accidents, road accidents, robbery etc. •To plan optimum utilization of resources and reducing response time of police through GPS based vehicle tracking system for police control room vans (PCR Vans). To strengthen the surveillance systems by installing face recognition systems for the identification of criminals/ known depredators moving in public places.

 3. How did the initiative solve the problem and improve people’s lives?
Unique I-Follow campaign and People's Participation are two creative and innovative elements of the project. I-follow: A movement for Traffic Awareness: A traffic awareness program called I-follow in August, 2011with the help of Drashtikon–Surat Photography Artisans, Traffic Education Trust, Radio Mirchi 98.3 FM Surat and Youngistan, a Surat based NGO. I-follow with the motto of safety-discipline-awareness had launched an extensive campaign to reach the public through hoardings, banners, posters, pamphlets, distribution of hand bands, painting competition for school/college students, photography competition, street play, seminars and workshops. 126 programs were organized in which over 91,000 people from different sections of the society participated. The idea of closed circuit television (CCTV) camera based surveillance system for better enforcement and traffic management was discussed during I-follow campaigns and the demand for such as system started coming from representatives of industries, eminent citizens and various other stakeholders. Police-Public Partnership & Safe City Surat Project: A meeting of M/s. Traffic Education Trust, Surat City (a trust form by citizens of Surat) was held on 11.10.2011 in which the broad framework of the Safe City Surat Project was discussed. The members had enthusiastically welcomed the idea and had given a go ahead for the project. The police took the lead and a meeting attended by various stakeholders was held on 20th October, 2011 in which in various stakeholders extended their support for the implementation of the CCTV camera based surveillance system. The idea of Safe City Surat Project had taken a formal shape in the said meeting. A public contact program was launched to popularize the idea and more than 45-meetings were held by senior police officers from Sept. 2011 to March, 2012 with the representatives of diamond industry, textile industry, industries based in Hazira Industrial Area, transport association, jewelers, real estate groups etc. The captains of industry, business houses, citizen groups and ordinary people of the city had whole heartedly supported the idea and had offered to provide financial support for implementation the project.

C. Execution and Implementation

 4. In which ways is the initiative creative and innovative?
Implementation of the Project: The forum of Traffic Education Trust was used for the implementation of the project in public-private-people-partnership (4P) model. A technical committee comprising of 5- eminent citizens Mr. Kamlesh Yagnik (Former President Southern Gujarat Chamber of Commerce, Surat), Dr. Apurva Desai (Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science, VNSGU, Surat), Mr. Jeejan Joseph (Technical Consultant, Venus Jewels, Surat), Mr. Dipen Jagiwala (Consultant), Mr. Yogesh Jadhav (Consultant), with technical back ground was constituted for the finalization of technical specifications and overseeing the implementation of the project. The technical committee played the role of the consultant in the implementation of the project and no consultancy charges were incurred. Five sub-groups comprising of Police Officers and Members of Traffic Education Trust were constituted for holding a series of meeting with stakeholder and mobilization of funds. The sub-groups had mobilized the funds during meetings held with different stakeholders and citizen groups. 104-cameras were to be installed in 23-strategic locations and a Command & Control Center with video wall, video analytics and data center was to be set up at Police Bhavan as part of Phase-I. In phase-II till date 604 cameras are installed at 109 locations. Shri. Sanjay Srivastava, IPS, the then Jt. Commissioner of Police (Sector-II), Surat City was initially appointed as the Nodal Officer for the implementation of the project. The technical committee had finalized the technical specifications and tender was issued on 19.03.2012. A transparent procedure prescribed by the World Bank was adopted for awarding works under the private-public-partnership (PPP) model was followed. The bidders were to submit technical bid and commercial bid separately. A pre-bid meeting was held on 29.04.2012. The company offering best technology (T-1) available for lowest price (L-1) was selected for awarding the contract. M/s. Innovative Telecom & Software Private Limited, Surat which had tied up with M/s. Verint Systems Limited, Israel and M/s. Delta, U.S.A. was awarded contract for the installation of cameras and setting up of Command & Control Center on 28.08.2012. M/s. RK Infratel Limited, Surat was awarded the work related to networking of cameras. The companies had commenced their work from 30.08.2012 and had completed the same by 31.12.2012, in a record time of 4-months. The project was dedicated to the people of Surat City on 18.01.2013 by Shri Narendra Modi, Hon. Chief Minister of Gujarat. Key Features of the Project: The project is designed for surveillance, crime prevention and detection, post incident forensic examination, traffic management and enforcement, for providing disaster management support and pollution control measures (Pollution Sensors)  Cameras: There are 104 IP cameras including 9 PTZ cameras (360◦ view) and 95 fixed cameras (Day & Night Vision) installed in 23 strategic locations with local power backup. These cameras are connected to the Command and Control Center through the dedicated 200 km long underground dark optical fiber network.  Command & Control Center: A state of the art, fully air conditioned hall with 280 ft. Video Wall with 9x2 LED Projection Cubes of 67 inches, with 1024x768 resolutions. The Video Wall has the capacity to view 256 cameras at a time. It has 16-workstations, Emergency War Room, Video Management & Incident Management System, camera tampering and health sensors. The data center is equipped with IBM Servers with a storage capacity of 210 TB for 30-days. The police wireless communication room and Dial-100 system has been integrated with the Command & Control Center.  Enforcement Automation Center: It has access to RTO database for issuing e-challans with photograph of the traffic offenders. Surat City Police has entered in to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dena Bank declaring its branches and ATMs in Surat City and neighbouring Districts as collection centers for the collection of fines from the traffic offenders. More than 90,000 e-challans have been issued and more than Rs.2 cr has been collected as fine in the last 1 year.  Safety and Security: The Data Centre is equipped with rodent repellent, fire alarms, water leak sensors, FM 200 fire suppression system and access control system. The Command & Control Center is erected on the first floor keeping floods into consideration with emergency exit and weather proof IP66 housing. It is also equipped with traceable camera tampering, redundant UPS, camera recoding export protection, redundant PAC, redundant UPS and anti-static false floor  Other Utilities: The video wall is 2D map integrated and IP cameras are integrated with the 2D map. The camera can be popped up by just a click on the map. The system enables installation of GPS in police control room (PCR) vans for vehicle tracking for coordinating police responses to Dial-100 calls. The system can also facilitate Integrated Traffic Management System (ITMS) for finding smart solutions to traffic problem in the city. The system can provide disaster management support in case of natural calamities like floods, earth quake, industrial accidents etc. The rescue and evacuation plan can be prepared using video feed. The software has the capabilities for post incident forensic examination, automatic number plate recognition (ANPR), face recognition system, frame by frame playback of video, abandoned object identification, head counting, loitering identification, intrusion detection and pollution sensors. It is a project promoted and funded by the citizens of Surat City and the process of expansion is underway. The work for the expansion of the project as part of Phase-2 has commenced for the installation of 1525 cameras in 250 locations. The project will have 5000 cameras in 1073 locations at the end of Phase-5 virtually bringing the entire city under CCTV surveillance.

 5. Who implemented the initiative and what is the size of the population affected by this initiative?
Corporates & Business Houses: They had joined hands with the police leadership and had participated at various stages of planning, design & implementation. They had mobilized finances and had extended co-operation by providing human and material resources for the project. Citizen Groups: A number of charitable organizations, professionals and Non Governmental Organizations created goodwill in favour of police and helped in popularizing CCTV camera based surveillance and traffic management system. Housing Co-operative Societies: They had appreciated the positives of CCTV camera based surveillance and traffic management system. The residents of various localities and citizen groups had come forward for meeting the expenses of network expansion for securing their localities. Traffic Education Trust: It had played key role in planning, mobilization of funds and implementation of the project. The members had provided technical & institutional support by way of documentation, account keeping, auditing etc. for the implementation of the project. I-follow movement had helped mobilizing people and galvanizing public opinion in favour of camera based surveillance and traffic management system. Police Leadership: Shri. Rakesh Asthaana, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Surat City had conceived the idea of Safe City Project and had carried the experience of implementing the same in a small scale in Vadodara City during his previous tenure as Commissioner of Police, Vadodara City. He had sold the idea to the members of M/s. Traffic Education Trust and had played the leadership role in planning, mobilization of funds, securing approval from Government of Gujarat and implementation of the project in the short period of 1-year. He had led the team with a great amount of commitment in translating the idea in to action. Shri. Sanjay Srivastava, IPS, Joint Commissioner of Police (Sector-II), Surat City: He was the Nodal Officer for the implementation of the Safe City Surat Project. A B.Tech. from NIT, Suratkal, he used his technical background in finalization of technical specifications, preparation of tender documents and processing of technical bids. Shri. B.S.Jebliya, IPS, Addl. Commissioner of Police(Sector-I), Surat City: He had taken over as Nodal Officer for the implementation of the Safe City Surat Project from 07.04.2012 and had overseen the implementation of the project by M/s. Innovative Telecom & Software Pvt. Ltd., Surat. He had actively participated in the identification of strategic locations for the installation of cameras and had worked out the network expansion plan for Phase-2. Shri. Narasimha N. Komar, IPS, Additional Commissioner of Police (Crime & Traffic), Surat City: He had joined the team on 07.09.2012 and played an important role in starting Enforcement Automation Center for the issue of e-challans against traffic offenders. He had also coordinated with the technical committee in drafting standard operating procedures, designing curriculum and imparting training to the personnel and institutionalizing the systems and procedures.
 6. How was the strategy implemented and what resources were mobilized?
Transparency and stakeholder participation: •The contract was awarded through a transparent tendering process in which as many as 12-biders participated. The procedure prescribed by the World Bank was adopted for awarding works under the PPP model was followed. The company offering best technology (T-1) available for lowest price (L-1) was selected for awarding the contract. •The entire project was implemented in public-private-people-partnership (4P) model. It is a project driven by the public and the city police only provided leadership for the implementation of the project. •The project was implemented with public funding and no expenditure was incurred by the Government of Gujarat. The corporates, business houses and citizens of the City actively participated at various stages of design and implementation •The people were kept informed about the progress made in the project through M/s. Traffic Education Trust, Surat by holding periodic meetings. They were also appraised about the developments by facilitating site visits to get firsthand information about the quality of the work and material used. •M/s. Innovative Telecom & Software Pvt. Ltd., Surat, which had executed the project being local corporate had made available best technology and material for the lowest possible price. •Similarly, M/s. RK Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd., Surat had laid 200 km long optical fiber network connecting the cameras with the Command & Control Center has offered to maintain the network for a period of 1-year from the date of implementation free of charge. Funds for the project were generated as a donation from various organisations and individuals.

 7. Who were the stakeholders involved in the design of the initiative and in its implementation?
•The CCTV camera network facilitate efficient surveillance of entry-exit points, public areas, vital installation and important traffic junctions. •9-cases of hit and run, vehicle theft, robbery, of auto rickshaw commuters etc. have been detected based on the video footages. They also serve as excellent piece of evidence in the court of law. •Enforcement Automation Center has been established and e-challans along with photograph of the violating vehicle are being issued. e-challan system is a transparent, people friendly and non-intrusive traffic enforcement system which takes away police intervention on the street with the people violating traffic rules thereby minimizing the chances of corruption and abuse of power. More than 90,000 e-challans have been issued and Rs.2cr fine collected during the last 12-months. •The management of public processions, monitoring of VVIP movements and management of traffic during peak hours has been made effective through camera based surveillance system. •Dial-100 System (A toll free number to reach the Police Control Room) and Woman Helpline-1091(A toll free number for the women in distress to reach Police Control Room) have been integrated with the Command & Control Center. •The movement and responses of Police Control Room Vans (PCR Vans) is being coordinated from Command & Control Center through streamlined wireless communication system. It has improved police response time thereby winning the public confidence. •The presence of surveillance cameras in different locations and issuing of e-challan has improved public behavior on street and has created deterrence to the criminal activity. •The initiative has given a big boost to the community policing initiative and has contributed significantly for improving police image.

 8. What were the most successful outputs and why was the initiative effective?
Monitoring and evaluation of the project is carried out in a monthly meeting of Traffic Education Trust, Surat (a registered public charitable trust). Trust consists of trustees from following : 1. Corporates & Business Houses: They had joined hands with the police leadership and had participated at various stages of planning, design & implementation. They had mobilized finances and had extended co-operation by providing human and material resources for the project. 2. Citizen Groups: A number of charitable organizations, professionals and Non Governmental Organizations created goodwill in favour of police and helped in popularizing CCTV camera based surveillance and traffic management system. Housing Co-operative Societies: They had appreciated the positives of CCTV camera based surveillance and traffic management system. The residents of various localities and citizen groups had come forward for meeting the expenses of network expansion for securing their localities. 3. Police Leadership: Shri. Rakesh Asthaana, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Surat City had conceived the idea of Safe City Project and had carried the experience of implementing the same in a small scale in Vadodara City during his previous tenure as Commissioner of Police, Vadodara City. He had sold the idea to the members of M/s. Traffic Education Trust and had played the leadership role in planning, mobilization of funds, securing approval from Government of Gujarat and implementation of the project in the short period of 1-year. He had led the team with a great amount of commitment in translating the idea in to action. Trust is played a key role in planning, mobilization of funds and implementation of the project. Currently, the Trust is acting also as a monitoring and evaluaton agencies. The members had provided technical & institutional support by way of documentation, account keeping, auditing etc. for the implementation of the project. I-follow movement had helped mobilizing people and galvanizing public opinion in favour of camera based surveillance and traffic management system. In a very short time, Impact Assessment of this project will be carried out by the Third Party agency. Center for Social Studies, Surat (a Central Government Recognised Autonomous Body)is approached for this objective study.

 9. What were the main obstacles encountered and how were they overcome?
This is the first project of its kind in India and no such precedence available it was challenging to ascertain appropriate technology. The following are the obstacles of the Safe City Surat Project: •To develop an organized network of cameras to maximize surveillance and visibility in strategic and crime prone areas to facilitate prevention, detection and investigation of incidents of crime. •To reduce the opportunities for committing crime and terror attacks by employing access control systems, cameras and police personnel to denying access to potential targets and deter incidents of crime/terror attacks •To develop post incident forensic examination tools for crime detection and investigation. •To manage traffic at junctions by monitoring the volume of traffic and enforce traffic rules through non-intrusive methods. •To manage and monitor the movement of VIPs /VVIPs and large public processions. Example: Ganesh Immersion Procession, Taziya Procession, visit of Chief Minister/Prime Minister. •To coordinate the efforts of various agencies for rescue, relief and rehabilitation during natural calamities and disasters Example: Floods, Cyclones, and Industrial Accidents. The following are the priorities of the Safe City Surat Project: •To create a network of closed circuit television (CCTV) camera based surveillance and communication system that can serve as backbone for future expansion •To identify strategic and crime prone areas in the city and install cameras in a phased manner •To establish a Command & Control Center for monitoring, recording and analysis of video footages. •To streamline traffic management and to strengthen the rigour of traffic enforcement by issuing e-challans and installing automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) system. •To install 2D map and incident management systems for dealing with incidents such as fire accidents, road accidents, robbery etc.

D. Impact and Sustainability

 10. What were the key benefits resulting from this initiative?
1. Prevention of Crime : Before Implementation : •Beat System for surveillance of criminals and anti-social elements •Foot Patrols, Car Patrols and Preventive Detentions •Surveillance based on human observation and analysis After Implementation : •CCTV Camera based surveillance system •Availability of video footages form archives for detailed analysis 2. Detection of Crime : Before Implementation : •Crime Detection based on human intelligence •Dependence on evidences based on physical trails left by the criminals for the purpose of prosecution After Implementation : •Crime Detection based on video footages •The video footages serve as good piece of evidence in the court of law. •9-cases of chain snatching, hit and run cases, bag snatching, robbery in auto rickshaw etc. have been detected 3. Traffic Management : Before Implementation : •Manual assessment of volume of traffic •Incidents of traffic jams, congestion, road accidents are reported to the control room by the field officers leading to delay in police response and long traffic holdups After Implementation : •Instructions to field staff regarding volume of traffic based on the analysis made in the Command & Control Center •The analysis of video footages regarding traffic jams, road accidents has led to quick police response and reduction in road accidents. 4. Traffic Enforcement : Before Implementation : •Field enforcement teams stopping the traffic offenders for collection of fine •Allegations of high handedness, abuse and corruption by police personnel After Implementation : •More than 90,000 e-challans issued to the traffic offenders and more than Rs.200 lacs collected as fine in last 3-months. •Non-intrusive method of enforcement has ensured transparency and reduction in corruption 5. Management of VIP/VVIP Movement : Before Implementation : Long holdups, diversions during VIP/VVIP movements After Implementation : A well-coordinated traffic management during VIP/VVIP movements 6. Law and Order Management : Before Implementation : •Deployment of large posse of policemen for surveillance and crowd control •Dependence on statements of eye witnesses for prosecution •Difficulty for the supervisory officers in getting information regarding the development on the field on real time bases After Implementation : •CCTV camera based surveillance serves as a deterrence •The video footage service as clinching evidence against rioters •Real time information to the supervisory officers •The system was of help during Ganesh Immersion and Tajia Procession •Surat Night Half Marathon, an international event was held on 23.02.2013 without any incident 7. Disaster Management : Before Implementation : •Delay in inter departmental coordination •Dependence on field reports for monitoring the rescue and evacuation operations. After Implementation : •Provides multi-mode communication system to coordinate the efforts of various agencies. •Video based coordination for ensuring speedy rescue and evacuation operations •The system was of great help during the fire accident on 05.01.2013 at Indian Oil Corporation, Hazira, Surat.

 11. Did the initiative improve integrity and/or accountability in public service? (If applicable)
•A network of 604-cameras connected to Command & Control Center has been created and the same can serve as backbone for future expansion. The network will be expanded with 5104 cameras over a period of 3-years. Government of India and Government of Gujarat have planned Safe City Project in other cities and the Safe City Surat Project can serve as a model for the implementation of the same. •The technology, network and the software used are of international standard and are compatible with best of technologies available in the market. •The fine amount collected through e-challan system will go to Gujarat Marg Suraksha Nidhi, a corpus created for building traffic infrastructure in the state. The share of Surat City from the Gujarat Marg Suraksha Nidhi will be sufficient to cover the operating cost of the project. •Surat City Police has entered in to agreements with M/s. Innovative Telecom & Software Pvt. Ltd. and M/s. RK Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. for the maintenance of the project for the next 5-years. •150-police officers of various ranks have been trained in the operation and maintenance of the Safe City Surat Project. The training of other 150-police officers has been planned for creating a cadre of trained personnel to ensure the sustainability of the project. •Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and User Manual have been prepared for the operation and maintenance.

 12. Were special measures put in place to ensure that the initiative benefits women and girls and improves the situation of the poorest and most vulnerable? (If applicable)
It was hearting to see participation from the general people of the city. The project Suraksha Setu – Safe City was launched in Surat in year 2011 and an initiative of installation of CCTV cameras across the city was planned. The initiative was completed in year 2013. The project was started with a three fold objective; 1. Surveillance 2. Traffic Management 3. Disaster Management The results after implantation of the project are visible and it has helped in easing of traffic and surveillance across the city Future Road map of the project •Increase the number of cameras gradually in phases to total of 5000 cameras •Implementation of facial recognition system in real time as well as play back mode •Implementation of Automatic Number Plate Recognition System •Have command centers at different zones •Have a DR site to ensure data safety •Integration of various sensors – pollution, water level etc for a Safer City experience This project was lauded by Government of India, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances under Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Public Administration. This project won most coveted SKOCH Award, National Level Award for Smart Governance recently.

Contact Information

Institution Name:   Office of Commissioner of Police, Surat City.
Institution Type:   Government Department  
Contact Person:   Rakesh Asthaana
Title:   Commissiner of Police  
Telephone/ Fax:   0091-261-2241304
Institution's / Project's Website:  
E-mail:   cp-sur@gujarat.gov.in  
Address:   Commissioner Office, Athwalines
Postal Code:   395001
City:   Surat
State/Province:   Gujarat
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