Mizoram Tourist Police

Hon’ble Home Minister Pu Lalchamliana launched on 18th October 2019 (Friday) Mizoram Tourist Police which will be responsible for safety and security of the tourists during their travel, stay and visit to various Tourist Destinations in the state. He also flagged-off the Tourist Police Vehicles at the inauguration event held on 18th October 2019 (Friday) at 3:00PM at Arya Mess, Police Headquarters, Aizawl. The event was attended by Hon’ble Tourism Minister Pu Robert Romawia as Guest of Honour, Chief Secretary Pu Lalnunmawia Chuaungo IAS as Special Guest and other high dignitaries of the Police Department and other sister Departments.


Mizoram Tourist Police comprises of police personnel trained in soft skills, communication skills and equipped with knowledge of tourist places. The Tourist Police will initially be deployed in five (5) major tourist attractions:

1). Entry and Exit Point at Lengpui Airport,

2). Solomon’s Temple, Aizawl,

3). Millennium Centre, Aizawl,

4). Thenzawl, Serchhip District,

5). Zokhawthar, Champhai District.



  • Tourists may approach Mizoram Tourist Police (MTP) regarding tourist locations, transport systems, facilities in the destinations, legal information and other important places like shopping centres, hospitals, etc.
  • Tourists may approach MTP Booth to seek information regarding the safety and security of their destination and ask for directions.
  • In the event of emergencies in a tourist place, tourists may call up MTP for immediate intervention to ensure that crimes are reported and encourage tourists to give information in that respect.
  • When victims are cheated, their belongings stolen or fall prey to any mischief or wrong doing, they may call MTP to lodge a police complaint.

Tourists must also remember that MTP always has a watchful eye in case tourists are involved in any illegal activity and will report the matter promptly to Police Stations.


  1. Aizawl PS – 0389 2322375
  2. Thenzawl PS – 03838 224271
  3. Champhai PS – 03831 234046
  4. For emergencies, tourists may call 112.