1. Recording of information in General Diary: Officer-in-charge of a police station can record any information in G.D U/S 44 Police Act 1861. 44. Police officers to keep diary – It shall be […]
The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013 Procedure in Respect of Preliminary Inquiry and Investigation 20. Provisions relating to complaints and preliminary inquiry and investigation. – (1) The Lokpal on receipt of a […]
Commencement of investigation by a police officer is subject to two conditions, firstly, the police officer should have reason to suspect the commission of a cognizable offence as required by Section 157(1) […]
The expression “reason to suspect” as occurring in Section 157(1) is not qualified as in Section 41(a) and (g) of the Code, wherein the expression, “reasonable suspicion” is used. therefore, it has […]
The term ‘investigation’ has not been defined in the Money-Laundering Act but it has been defined in the Code. With reference to the said definition of the term ‘investigation’ appearing in the […]
The basic merit of the administration of criminal justice in the State lies in the face that the person arrested by the police is entitled to come before an independent and impartial Magistrate who is expected to deal with the case, without the Magistrate himself being in any way a partisan or a witness to police activities.
If no action is taken by police on information given to them, the informant’s remedy lies under Sections 190, 200, Cr. P.C., not a Writ Petition
In our view, the High Court in exercise of its whatsoever jurisdiction cannot direct investigation by constituting a Special Investigation Team on the strength of anonymous petitions. The High Courts cannot be converted into Station Houses. If somebody is aggrieved by the impugned order of High Court then he is entitled to invoke the jurisdiction of Supreme Court under Article 136 of the Constitution of India.
though the Code of Criminal Procedure gives to the police unfettered power to investigate all cases where they suspect that a cognizable offence has been committed, in appropriate cases an aggrieved person can always seek a remedy by invoking the power of the High Court under Article 226 of the Constitution under which, if the High Court could be convinced that the power of investigation has been exercised by a police officer mala fide, the High Court can always issue a writ of mandamus restraining the police officer from misusing his legal powers
Section 211 of the Companies Act, 2013, has accorded statutory status to the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO). By virtue of various other provisions of the Companies Act, 2013, SFIO is vested with the requisite […]
KEYWORDS:-INVESTIGATION TO BE COMPLETED WITHIN TIME FRAME MANNER -DIRECTION BY MAGISTRATE- Registration of an F.I.R. involves only the process of recording the substance of information relating to commission of any cognizable offence […]
KEYWORDS: Re- Investigation-Further investigation ‘Further investigation’ and `reinvestigation’ stand on different footing. It may be that in a given situation a superior Court in exercise of its Constitutional power, namely, under Articles […]
CHAPTER 4 Investigation of Crime 1. Information of Crime 66. Reports submitted under Section 157 of the Code should be carefully and promptly scrutinized by the Magistrate to whom they are submitted. Scrutiny […]
CCTNS is a Mission Mode Project under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) of Govt. of India. CCTNS aims at creating a comprehensive and integrated system for enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of […]
Whether an offence has been disclosed or not must necessarily depend on the facts and circumstances of each particular case. In considering whether an offence into which an investigation is made or […]
143. The decision, in STATE OF RAJASTHAN VS. ARUNA DEVI AND OTHERS[Supreme Court Of India, 08 Nov 1994] , has, thus, two important aspects, namely, even after acceptance of the ‘final report’, ‘further investigation’, at […]
‘Investigation’, it may be noted, has been defined in section 2 (h) of the code. The Supreme Court, in H.N. Rishbud v. State of Delhi, AIR 1955 SC 196, dealt with the […]
Magistrate’s power to direct ‘investigation’ under section 156(3) vis-a-vis his power to direct ‘investigation’ under section 202. This, in turn, brings us to the question as to what taking of ‘cognizance’, within […]
sub-section (1) of section 154 provides that every information, relating to the commission of a cognizable offence, if given orally to an Officer-in-Charge of a police station, shall be reduced to writing by […]
The Prevention Of Corruption Act, 1988 S 17. Persons authorised to investigate. Notwithstanding anything contained in the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), no police officer below the rank, (a) […]
the scheme of Sections 154, 157 and 173 in particular of the Cr.P.C and the pattern of consequences to follow in the two contingencies referred to herein above, this Court propounded that in case the Magistrate is not inclined to take cognizance of the offence and issue process, the informant must be given an opportunity of being heard so that he can make his submissions to persuade the Magistrate to take cognizance of the offence and issue process.
173 (8) Nothing in this section shall be deemed to preclude further investigation in respect of an offence after a report under sub-section (2) has been forwarded to the Magistrate and, where […]
Police Regulation for criminal Investigation[extract from PRB] 1. Recording of information in General Diary: Officer-in-charge of a police station can record any information in G.D U/S 44 Police Act. 2. Non-cognizable information: O/C […]
The Agency was created by NIA Act 2008 An Act to constitute an investigation agency at the National level to investigate and prosecute offences affecting the Sovereignty, Security and Integrity of India, […]