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What does FIR look like?

Last Updated: 1st March, 2020

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An FIR is a written document that is filed by the police when you are a victim of a cognizable offence, i.e. an offence for which police can take action without prior court approval (a warrant). Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 ('CrPC') defines what amounts to first information.

Subsequently, question is, how many types of fir are there? Fir, (genus Abies), genus of more than 40 species of evergreen trees of the conifer family Pinaceae.

Then, how do you know if FIR is filed against me online?

And if FIR is registered against you, the police has every right to arrest you. There is no other way to find out whether NC complaint has been registered or not except police station. If FIR is registered then you can find out from the concern magistrate court.

What happens once FIR is registered?

Once an FIR has been filed the police are legally bound to start investigating the case. The process of investigation includes, but is not limited to, collecting evidence, questioning witnesses, inspecting the crime scene, forensic testing, recording statements and so on.

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Collell Sanmamed

Professional

What is an objective of fir?

Objective of FIR:
(1) To reduce the substance of data given of a cognizable offense ,whenever given orally, into a composed written form. (2) To have it signed by the complainant if submitted in writing. (3) To maintain a record of information of the cognizable offences committed.

Varinia Beselt

Professional

Can a FIR be withdrawn?

The complainant or the informant can not withdraw his F.IR, If the FIR is registered it will turn to a case and a case can be withdrawn by the concerned government through Public Prosecutor only. If the offence is compoundable than it can be compromised after it comes to the court.

Cebria Karsenty

Professional

What happens if FIR is registered?

It is only after the FIR is registered in the police station that the police takes up investigation of the case. Anyone who knows about the commission of a cognizable offence can file an FIR. It is not necessary that only the victim of the crime should file an FIR.

Brigit Cann

Explainer

Who can write an FIR?

1. While writing an FIR, a police officer cannot write any comment on his own neither can he highlight any part of it. 2. In the case of cognizable offence, after registering the FIR, police officer is required to read the information to the concerned person and take signature on the written information.

Hortensia Kortum

Explainer

Is there any time limit to file FIR?

There is no time limit for filing the FIR. But it is expected that FIR should be filed without any undue delay. If an FIR is filed after some delay, the complainant must be in a position to explain the delay in a plausible or acceptable manner.

Ansou Zhdakaev

Explainer

How do I write a police FIR?

  1. An FIR must include the following Items.
  2. Police Station…………….. District .
  3. (a) Name. (b) Father's / Husband's Name.
  4. a) Distance from the police station.
  5. a) Nature of the offence (e.g. murder, theft, rape, etc.)
  6. Description of the accused:
  7. Important: Write your FIR in Hindi only.

Abass Watzl

Pundit

Where do I file FIR?

You can file the FIR at any police station. You do not necessarily have to be in that area particular area where the crime has been committed. But, try to visit a nearest police station as the FIR has to be filled immediately without any delay.

Lennon Avdeeff

Pundit

How do you write FIR against someone?

FIR/ Written complaint must be written by you in your own language.

  1. F.I.R /complaint must be address to the officer in Charge of the police station.
  2. FIR should firstly contain your identity with age and full address.
  3. FIR/Complaint shold must contain the Subject matter.
  4. Then coming to the point.

Viorela Guilhoto

Pundit

What is next step after Fir?

After the FIR is registered, an investigation into it begins which includes collecting evidence, questioning witnesses, inspecting the crime scene, forensic testing, recording statements and so on. This period starts only after the FIR is lodged and the investigation starts.

Zhenya Zamudio

Pundit

How do you deal with false FIR?

If a False F.I.R gets lodged against a person for a non-bailable offence, then that person, to circumvent the police custody can apply for Bail under section 438 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 before the Session Court or the High Court, before the arrest is made.

Adella Iliescu

Pundit

Does fir affect visa?

Mere FIR cannot be a hinderance to your visa processing application. Until; there is no restriction by an order of court to travel abroad, you can freely apply for it. 3. Since there is no case is pending before court, you need not apply for permission to court seeking to travel abroad.

Shawna Curras

Teacher

What is difference between FIR and complaint?

The difference between a first information report and a police complaint is that an FIR relates to the cognizable offence whereas a police complaint can be filed for both non-cognizable and cognizable class of offences.

Sherin Rembo

Teacher

Can Accused get copy of FIR?

Yes, the accused person is entitled to get a copy of the FIR registered against him on payment of the applicable legal fees. The First Information Report (FIR) is registered by the police under the provisions of Section 154 of the Criminal Procedure Code (Cr. P.C.).

Virtuosa Zepeda

Teacher

How do you know if someone has filed a police report against you?

If you urgently need to know if someone has pressed charges against you, you can call the local police department non-emergency number and ask. The police can run a warrant check, which would advise if charges have been filed against you. You are not, however, entitled to be informed of an ongoing investigation.

Arnaitz Molodyh

Teacher

How do I know if I have a case against me?

Go to the court clerk in the county where you reside, and check to see if there is a case filed against you. If it is past the Statute of Limitations, and no case has been filed, then you are home free.

Chunying Berlinda

Reviewer

How do I file a FIR for cheating?

If he notice returns proceed to file a case against him in the court.
  1. state your fact in detail.
  2. In FIR you have to show that a cognizable offence has been committed and investigation is needed for bring the culprit in the court of justice.
  3. you may file complaint under sec 200 crpc if police refuse to register fir.

Amiee Hauffe

Reviewer

What is difference between NCR and fir?

FIR means First Information Report under section 154 of the CrPC. It is essentially the information reported to the Police about the commission of a cognizable offence. NCR means a Non-Cognizable Report. This is exactly opposite to the FIR.

Petrola Mazizior

Reviewer

What does FIR mean?

A first information report (F.I.R.) is a document prepared by police organizations in countries including India, Bangladesh, Pakistan etc. Anyone who knows about the commission of a cognizable offence, including police officers, can file an F.I.R.

Shama Zeriouh

Reviewer

What is a zero FIR?

Concept Of “Zero FIR” – You Can File An FIR Anywhere! It means that a FIR can be filed in any police station (i.e.: irrespective of place of incident/jurisdiction) and the same can be later transferred to the appropriate Police Station.