2 Anonymous Asked: October 28, 20192019-10-28T04:13:05+00:00 2019-10-28T04:13:05+00:00In: FIR What is the procedures to lodge an FIR against police officers? 2 What is the procedures to lodge an FIR against police officers? Related Questions What is zero FIR? Where Can I file zero FIR? How can I file online FIR? Can a police officer lodge an FIR without conducting any enquiry? What is the necessary information needed to lodge an FIR? 2 Answers Voted Oldest Recent Ratan India 5 Questions 8 Answers 1 Best Answer 170 Points View Profile Ratan Beginner 2020-06-18T17:45:05+00:00Added an answer on June 18, 2020 at 5:45 pm You must have seen this many times or heard it many times. If a man complains about any incident, then police officers do not file his complaint. And then a big accident happens with that man. Therefore, you go to get a complaint lodged with the police and the police officer does not register your complaint. So you can take strict action against him, you can complain to that police officer to the senior officer. Apart from this, you can also tell the police chief or division officer about this matter. And according to the law, it is necessary to register an FIR in all the incidents. 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp swapankundu Kolkata, India 0 Questions 17 Answers 1 Best Answer 368 Points View Profile swapankundu Expert 2019-11-14T09:40:24+00:00Added an answer on November 14, 2019 at 9:40 am In case of any victim of police abuse : Can register a First Information Report(FIR) against the misbehaving officer at any police station; If his complaint is not accepted (which is most often ) he can send complaint to the District Superintendent of police who will then look into the matter and instruct the registration of the FIR. If the police officer refuse to register an FIR – Send your complaint in writing to the Superintendent of Police (SP) by registered post or else someone can make a written complaint to the concerned State Human Rights Commission or the National Human Rights Commission that the police are not doing their duty of enforcing the law or that they are being careless, prejudice or dishonourable. 0 Share Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on WhatsApp You must login to can add an answer. Username or email* Password* Captcha* What is the capital of India? ( New Delhi ) Remember Me! Forgot Password?