Harbour Police Station

0484 2666005 sihrbrekm.pol@kerala.gov.in

Harbour  police station is inaugurated on  20th May 2007. The station coming under Mattanchery Sub division and FORTKOCHI Circle office.): ANTONY JOSEPH NETTO, is now handling the charge of SHO,  His phone number is 9497980408 . Total 55 police personnel are working in this police station including ASI -3, GASI/SCPO - 8, GSCPO/CPO - 34, WCPO – 7 . TotalLy 2 beats are in this station Clean campus safe campus, TRAFFIC/STUDENTS SAFETY , Seniour citizen Help Desk and women help desk is functioning in this police station.  

Main Projects through the PS

A. Clean Campus Safe Campus:
B.Women Help Desk:
C. Seniour Citizen Help Desk
d. Traffic/Students Safety

Jurisdiction details

JURISDICTION: Willington  Island(Thoppumpady Village), Vathuruthy(Rameswaram Village)

AREA AND BOARDERS: Venduruthy Bridge West, BOT Bridge East, Alexander Parambithara Bridge West, Willington Island North End

Parliament constituency and Legislative Assembly

This station limit is under Ernakulam Parliamentary constituency and Ernakulam Legislative Constituency.

Important Institutions

Centre of Indian Fisheries Technology, Cochin Port Trust, Cochin Dock Labor Board, Customs Collectrate, Export Inspection Agency, CISF Commandant Office, Food Corporation of India Regional Office, Lakshadweep Administrative Office,  Quality Control Office Govt of India, Marine Product Export Agency, RRubber Board Office, Cardamom Board Office, Southern Naval Command Head Quarters, Indian Tourism Development Office, Steel Authority of India, Civil Aviation Office, Air Cargo Complex, Harbour Terminus Railway Station,  Mattancherry Halt Railway Station

Hospitals

   1. SANJEEVANI in Naval Base,
   2. COCHIN PORT HOSPITAL

Educational Institutions

  1. Indian Maritime University
  2. Kedriya Vidyalaya No 1, Naval Base
  3. Kendriya Vidyalaya No 2, Naval Base.
  4. Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust, Willington Island
  5. Govt, High School, Willington Island

Banks & Financial institutions

Indian Bank, Federal Bank, Karakulam, Kalathara SCB, SCB Mundela, Co-Operative Farmers Bank Aruvikkara, Rajeev Gandhi Rural Wealfare Society

Important Worship Places

1. Arumury Ayyappa Temple
2. Katari Bagh Ayyappa Temple
3. Stella Mary’s Church, Willington Island
4. Mosque, Willington Island
5. Christian Church, Katari Bagh
6. . Christian Church, Vathuruthy

Major Govt. Institutions

Cochin Port Trust

The Cochin port was formed naturally due to the great floods of Periyar in 1341 AD, which choked the Muziris port (near present-day Kodungallur), one of the greatest ports in ancient world.The need of a modern port was first felt by Lord Willingdon during his governorship of Madras Province of British India. All ships on approaching Cochin are to contact Cochin Port Control on VHF Channel 15 / 16 and report their E.T.A. to receive instructions on Pilot boarding / anchoring. Cochin Port Control is equipped with Radar / A.I.S. based V.T.M.S. and monitors the approach of vessels towards the fairway buoy.Open anchorage is South of the Channel with clay and sand bottom offering good holding ground.Pilots board ships in the vicinity of the Buoys no. 3 & 4 (Deep drafted vessels - about 0.5 n.m. West of buoys 1 & 2). Pilot ladders are to be rigged on the lee side 1.5 m above the water line.The Pilots embark from F.R.P. Pilot boats white superstructure / red hull with ‘PILOTS’ marked on the sides.

Southern Naval Command Head Quarters

The Southern Naval Command is one of the three main formations of the Indian Navy. It has its Headquarters in Kochi, Kerala at INS Venduruthy, and is commanded by the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief. The Present FOC-inC is Vice Admiral Girish Luthra. The Southern Naval Command consists of Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST), a training squadron, training establishments and bases, and land forces and survey ships. It has a naval air station, and a ship repair yard. The Southern Naval Command is the Training Command of Indian Navy and is responsible for the training of all its personnel, both officers as well as sailors, from basic to advance stages. It has subsidiary units from Jamnagar in Gujarat to Lonavala in Maharashtra, Goa and in Orissa but the majority of training units are in Kochi.