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Anti Car Lifting Cell ( ACLC)
 
 
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  Structure of ACLC
   
  Mission Statement
   
  Value Statement
     
  A Review and Assesment
   
  8 Years Comparison of Snatched/Stolen and Recovered Vehicles
   
  Detail Break Up of Snatched/Stolen and Recovered Vehicles in 2010
   
  Crime Analysis: Most Affected Towns of Karachi
   
  Crime Analysis: Most Affected Police Stations of Karachi
     
  Target Vehicles
   
  No Objection Certificate
   
  How to get NOC
   
  Vehicle Information
   
  Image of Vehicle Lifters
   
 
Structure of ACLC
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Mission Statement
The mission of the Anti Car Lifting Cell, through a community policing partnership, is to prevent and reduce the incidents of vehicle lifting in the city and provide a sense of safety and security to the vehicle owners of Karachi.
 
 
Value Statement
  Employees, The department’s Most Valuable Resource
     
  Our Commitment to Prevent Vehicle Crimes
   
  Honesty, Integrity, and Truthfulness
     
  Professionalism, Culture Diversity, and the Right of All Individuals
   
  Community Involvement On All Issues Relating to a Safe and Secure City
     
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A Review and Assesment
In order to get a clear picture of the state of affairs regarding vehicular crime in Karachi, a statistical analysis is necessary. This crime analysis is carried out, mainly focusing upon the registered crime in this particular head of vehicle snatchings and vehicle theft.
 
This statistical analysis is carried out by accumulating the figures of the last six years in order for us to see the rise and fall in vehicular crime in Karachi. This analysis is categorized in two broad areas.
 
  Vehicles snatched and stolen
     
  Vehicles recovered
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8 Years Comparison of Snatched/Stolen and Recovered Vehicles
4-Wheelers
Years
Snatched
Stolen
Total
Lifted/Day
Recovery
Percentage
2002
1597
1804
3401
9.32
1830
53.81%
2002
1597
1804
3401
9.32
1830
53.81%
 
2-Wheelers
Years
Snatched
Stolen
Total
Lifted/Day
Recovery
Percentage
2002
1597
1804
3401
9.32
1830
53.81%
2002
1597
1804
3401
9.32
1830
53.81%
 
 
 
 
Crime Analysis: Most Affected Towns of Karachi
 
 
Crime Analysis: Most Affected Police Stations of Karachi
 
 
Target Vehicles
 
 

  7 Years Comparison of Snatched/Stolen and Recovered Vehicles

Years

4-Wheelers

Snatched

Stolen

Total

Lifted per Day

Total Recovery

Percentage

2002

1597

1804

3401

9.32

1830

53.81%

2003

1715

1655

3370

9.23

2069

61.39%

2004

1825

1888

3713

10.17

2059

55.45%

2005

1244

2110

3354

9.19

1324

39.48%

2006

1248

3705

4953

13.57

2308

46.60%

2007

1358

3327

4685

12.84

2206

47.09%

2008

1429

4251

5680

15.56

2747

48.36%

2009

1311

3285

4596

12.59

2280

49.61%

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Years

2-Wheelers

Snatched

Stolen

Total

Lifted per Day

Total Recovery

Percentage

2002

2478

3354

5832

15.98

1818

31.17%

2003

2302

3397

5699

15.61

2026

35.55%

2004

3041

3723

6764

18.53

2295

33.93%

2005

2088

2952

5040

13.81

1299

25.77%

2006

2682

4102

6784

18.59

2012

29.66%

2007

3505

6330

9835

26.95

2748

27.94%

2008

4397

10552

14949

40.96

3403

22.76%

2009

3209

10651

13860

37.97

3061

22.09%

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Detail Break Up of Snatched/Stolen and Recovered Vehicles in 2010


Period

4-Wheelers

Snatched

Stolen

Total

Recovered

Percentage

January

118

288

406

150

36.95%

February

84

229

313

140

44.73%

March

101

244

345

178

51.59%

April

116

231

347

154

44.38%

May

93

263

356

126

35.39%

June

107

274

381

174

45.67%

July

110

290

400

181

45.25%

August

88

268

356

140

39.33%

September

83

254

337

161

47.77%

October

146

306

452

185

40.93%

Total

1046

2647

3693

1589

43.03%

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Period

2-Wheelers

Snatched

Stolen

Total

Recovered

Percentage

 

January

280

760

1040

195

18.75%

 

February

249

718

967

166

17.17%

 

March

285

935

1220

226

18.52%

 

April

230

832

1062

189

17.80%

 

May

353

916

1269

185

14.58%

 

June

225

895

1120

200

17.86%

 

July

249

989

1238

221

17.85%

 

August

267

1082

1349

184

13.64%

 

September

243

1067

1310

229

17.48%

 

October

267

1128

1395

246

17.63%

 

Total

2648

9322

11970

2041

17.05%

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Crime Analysis: Most Affected Towns of Karachi


TOWN WISE SNATCHED / STOLEN 4 WHEELERS

JAN-2010 TO OCT-2010

S.#

TOWN

SNATCHED

STOLEN

TOTAL

1

GULSHAN-E-IQBAL TOWN

239

616

855

2

NORTH NAZIMABAD

113

342

455

3

CLIFTON TOWN

116

326

442

4

JAMSHEED

58

347

405

5

GULBERG TOWN

37

249

286

6

SHAH FAISAL

94

154

248

7

SADDAR

16

228

244

8

BIN QASIM TOWN

71

72

173

9

NEW KARACHI

56

82

138

10

GADAP TOWN

97

27

124

11

LIAQUATABAD TOWN

15

77

92

12

KORANGI TOWN

39

37

76

13

LANDHI TOWN

36

20

56

14

SITE TOWN

26

21

47

15

KEMARI TOWN

25

17

42

16

BALDIA TOWN

13

9

22

17

ORANGI TOWN

12

10

22

18

LYARI TOWN

5

9

14

 

 

 

 

 

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SNATCHED / STOLEN 2 WHEELERS

JAN-2010 TO OCT-2010

S.#

TOWN

SNATCHED

STOLEN

TOTAL

1

SADDAR

256

1813

2069

2

GULSHAN-E-IQBAL TOWN

297

739

1036

3

NEW KARACHI

211

812

1023

4

JAMSHEED

148

746

894

5

NORTH NAZIMABAD

218

583

801

6

GULBERG TOWN

87

591

678

7

BIN QASIM TOWN

177

475

652

8

LIAQUATABAD TOWN

136

498

634

9

KORANGI TOWN

202

408

610

10

ORANGI TOWN

89

435

524

11

LYARI TOWN

117

401

518

12

SHAH FAISAL

124

367

491

13

GADAP TOWN

179

289

468

14

CLIFTON TOWN

29

373

402

15

LANDHI TOWN

121

265

386

16

SITE TOWN

104

207

311

17

KEMARI TOWN

106

201

307

18

BALDIA TOWN

88

194

282

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Crime Analysis: Most Affected Police Stations of Karachi


POLICE STATION WISE SNATCHED / STOLEN 4 WHEELERS

JAN-2010 TO OCT-2010

S.#

POLICE STATION

SNATCHED

STOLEN

TOTAL

CRIME %

1

GULSHAN-E-IQBAL

90

210

300

10.28%

2

FEROZABAD

38

259

297

10.17%

3

SHAHRA-E-FAISAL

78

91

169

5.79%

4

NORTH NAZIMABAD

28

130

158

5.41%

5

TAIMORIA

30

126

156

5.34%

6

AZIZ BHATTI

39

113

152

5.21%

7

SHAHRA-E-NOOR JAHAN

55

85

140

4.80%

8

NEW TOWN

11

105

116

3.97%

9

PREEDY

7

105

112

3.84%

10

GIZRI

26

77

103

3.53%

11

GULBERG

10

79

89

3.05%

12

MOBINA TOWN

20

67

87

2.98%

13

BAHADURABAD

18

69

87

2.98%

14

JOHARABAD

20

63

83

2.84%

15

DARAKHSHAN

33

45

78

2.67%

16

DEFENCE

20

57

77

2.64%

17

SIR SYED TOWN

31

37

68

2.33%

18

FRERE

8

55

63

2.16%

19

CLIFTON

16

46

62

2.12%

20

BOAT BASIN

13

46

59

2.02%

21

GULISTAN-E-JOHAR

27

32

59

2.02%

22

YOUSUF PLAZA

3

51

54

1.85%

23

SACHAL

32

17

49

1.68%

24

NAZIMABAD

7

39

46

1.58%

25

KORANGI INDS AREA

28

16

44

1.51%

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POLICE STATION WISE SNATCHED / STOLEN 2 WHEELERS

JAN-2010 TO OCT-2010

S.#

POLICE STATION

SNATCHED

STOLEN

TOTAL

CRIME %

1

PREEDY

54

673

727

7.83%

2

KHARADER

27

336

363

3.91%

3

TAIMORIA

95

246

341

3.67%

4

SIR SYED TOWN

74

260

334

3.60%

5

KORANGI INDS AREA

100

231

331

3.56%

6

AWAMI COLONY

76

180

256

2.76%

7

NORTH NAZIMABAD

48

206

254

2.74%

8

BAGHDADI

59

195

254

2.74%

9

RISALA

33

219

252

2.71%

10

FEROZABAD

25

222

247

2.66%

11

KHUWAJA AJMAIR NAGRI

48

193

241

2.60%

12

SHAHRA-E-FAISAL

66

155

221

2.38%

13

AZIZABAD

14

198

212

2.28%

14

GULSHAN-E-IQBAL

72

135

207

2.23%

15

SHAHRA-E-NOOR JAHAN

75

130

205

2.21%

16

SURJANI TOWN

88

105

193

2.08%

17

BILAL COLONY

38

154

192

2.07%

18

SITE A

46

139

185

1.99%

19

BRIGADE

25

158

183

1.97%

20

SAEEDABAD

46

130

176

1.90%

21

ZAMAN TOWN

53

118

171

1.84%

22

NABI BUX

16

149

165

1.78%

23

JAMSHED QUARTER

57

107

164

1.77%

24

NEW KARACHI IND. AREA

42

121

163

1.76%

25

AZIZ BHATTI

54

109

163

1.76%

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Target Vehicles


MAKE WISE SNATCHED / STOLEN 4 WHEELERS

JAN-2010 TO OCT-2010

S.#

MAKE

SNATCHED

STOLEN

TOTAL

CRIME %

1

SUZUKI MEHRAN

33

783

816

21.99%

2

TOYOTA COROLLA

328

241

569

15.33%

3

SUZUKI KHYBER

14

337

351

9.46%

4

SUZUKI HIROOF

27

304

331

8.92%

5

CUORE

24

272

296

7.98%

6

SUZUKI CULTUS

98

37

135

3.64%

7

HONDA CIVIC

70

55

125

3.37%

8

SUZUKI ALTO

66

52

118

3.18%

9

SUZUKI PICKUP

42

71

113

3.05%

10

CHARADE

5

86

91

2.45%

11

MAZDA 3500

50

18

68

1.83%

12

HONDA CITY

42

25

67

1.81%

13

SUZUKI FX

0

67

67

1.81%

14

HYUNDAI SHEHZORE

50

7

57

1.54%

15

SUZUKI MARGALA

3

54

57

1.54%

16

NISSAN SUNNY

10

25

35

0.94%

17

DATSUN SUNNY

10

20

30

0.81%

18

DATSUN 120Y

9

18

27

0.73%

19

HYUNDAI EXCEL

13

12

25

0.67%

20

HINOPAK

19

3

22

0.59%

21

TOYOTA HILUX

12

8

20

0.54%

22

BEDFORD

10

8

18

0.49%

23

TOYOTA HIACE

7

7

14

0.38%

24

SUZUKI BALENO

11

2

13

0.35%

25

TOYOTA STARLET

0

13

13

0.35%

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MAKE WISE SNATCHED / STOLEN 2 WHEELERS

JAN-2010 TO OCT-2010

S.#

MAKE

SNATCHED

STOLEN

TOTAL

CRIME %

1

UNIQUE-70

521

2054

2575

21.31%

2

HONDA 70

447

1689

2136

17.67%

3

SUPER POWER 70

501

1543

2044

16.91%

4

SUPER STAR-70

235

1073

1308

10.82%

5

HONDA 125

219

427

646

5.35%

6

HABIB 70

83

350

433

3.58%

7

HERO-70

74

340

414

3.43%

8

HISPEED 70

77

248

325

2.69%

9

STAR 70

61

235

296

2.45%

10

RICKSHAW

30

173

203

1.68%

11

YAMAHA 100

54

92

146

1.21%

12

UNION STAR

37

99

136

1.13%

13

RACER 70

26

84

110

0.91%

14

ASIA HERO 70

24

77

101

0.84%

15

DHOOM 70

23

75

98

0.81%

16

HONDA 100

52

33

85

0.70%

17

BIONIC 70

18

64

82

0.68%

18

SUPER AISA 70

15

47

62

0.51%

19

JINAN 70

13

45

58

0.48%

20

GRACE 70

15

34

49

0.41%

21

SOHRAB 70

10

38

48

0.40%

22

SAFARI 70

11

34

45

0.37%

23

CHALANGER

9

33

42

0.35%

24

PAK HERO-70

5

32

37

0.31%

25

LAZER

11

23

34

0.28%

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No Objection Certificate
In the Karachi city, Anti Car Lifting Cell has a complete and upto date database of snatched / stolen vehicles and also have vehicle checking experts who can check physically and ensure about the vehicle’s engine and chassis tampering / cut & weld. NOC Section of Anti Car Lifting Cell Karachi is issuing the No Objection Certificates.
 
How to get NOC
The following steps will help you to get NOC easily:
     
  Get self-made application form (in Urdu)
     
  Fill the form in Urdu or English
     
  Attached the following documents and submit to the same
   
  Copy of Registration Book
  Copy of CNIC
  Original Authority letter (if the vehicle is property of any company)
  Copy of CNIC who will receive the NOC
 
Note:
It is mandatory, vehicle should be produced for physical checking at ACLC
Sand Blasting should be present at front and rear screens
For further detail call 021-99246173
 
Vehicle Information
There is a well equipped Computer Section in ACLC. General public or any one can get the information about the vehicle as well as crime record of any vehicle. Please dial the following contact numbers:
   
  021-99205000
     
  021-99205683
   
  0322-2707213
     
 
Image of Vehicle Lifters
Anti Car Lifting Cell has more than 6000 images of vehicle lifters. ACLC is requested to all the victims to visit ACLC computer section and recognize the vehicle lifter from the databank.
 
Sketch development:
Anti Car Lifting Cell is providing the facility of sketch developing. In case of vehicle snatching ACLC is also requested to all the victims to visit ACLC computer section and explain the profile of culprits to the sketch maker experts, who will develop the sketch on computer.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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