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Cyberabad Metropolitan Police
MottoYour Safety Our Concern
Agency overview
Jurisdictional structure
Operations jurisdictionCyberabad, Telangana, India
Cyberabad Metropolitan Police is located in Telangana
Cyberabad Metropolitan Police
Cyberabad Metropolitan Police (Telangana)
Legal jurisdictionRangareddy District
Operational structure
HeadquartersGachibowli, Hyderabad, Rangareddy District, Telangana
Agency executive
Parent agencyTelangana State Police
Official website

Cyberabad Metropolitan Police, popularly known as Cyberabad Police, is the police commissionerate located in Gachibowli, Rangareddy district, Telangana, India. It was created in 2003 by bifurcating Rangareddy District Police.[2][3]

Current structure

Currently the Cyberabad Metropolitan Police has 5 DCP zones.

Rajendranagar DCP Zone

Madhapur DCP Zone

Balanagar DCP Zone

Medchal DCP Zone (New)

Shamshabad DCP Zone

Shadnagar ACP Division

Traffic wing

Police Commissioners

Cyberabad Police Commissioners
Name of Police Chief Batch Tenure Domicile
1 Dr. M. Mahender Reddy, IPS 1986 (RR) 11-2-2003 to 3-1-2007 Telangana
2 Sri S. Prabhakar Reddy, IPS 1986 (RR) 3-1-2007 to 17-5-2012 Telangana
3 Sri Ch. Dwaraka Tirumala Rao, IPS 1986 (RR) 17-5-2012 to 22-5-2013 Andhra Pradesh
4 Sri C. V. Anand, IPS 1992 (RR) 22-5-2013 to 28-6-2016 Telangana
5 Sri V. Naveen Chand, IPS 1996 (SPS) 28-6-2016 to 1-9-2016 Telangana
6 Sri Sandeep Sandilya, IPS 1993 (RR) 1-9-2016 to 14-3-2018 New Delhi
7 Sri V. C. Sajjanar, IPS 1996 (RR) 14-3-2018 to 25-8-2021 Karnataka
8 Sri M. Stephen Raveendra, IPS 1999 (RR) 25-8-2021 to 12-12-2023 Andhra Pradesh
9 Sri Avinash Mohanty, IPS 2005 (RR) 12-12-2023 to Present Odisha


Cyberabad Police drew a lot of flak after the Supreme Court of India Enquiry Commission headed by Justice V. S. Sirpurkar declared that the encounter killing of the four accused persons in the 2019 Hyderabad gang rape was a planned cold blooded murder by Cyberabad Police officials.[4] Odisha poet Dr Tapan Kumar Pradhan has also alleged in his books and social media posts that Cyberabad Police lodged false FIRs and false charge sheets with the help of fake witnesses, fake affidavits and fake panchnama in the Hemangi Sharma Fraud Case.[5]

See also


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  2. ^ "Hyderabad traffic guard's photo of feeding a homeless woman is going viral for all the right reasons". 2 April 2018.
  3. ^ "Outer Ring Road in Hyderabad speed limit likely to be 120 kmph again". The New Indian Express.
  4. ^ "Disha Encounter - Commission Wants Murder Charges Against Ten Officers". The Wire. 20 May 2022.
  5. ^ Pradhan, Dr Tapan Kumar (2019). I, She and the Sea. Kohinoor Books. ISBN 978-81-942835-9-1.