Karuvarakundu Police Station

This police station came to existence 22.06.1979 as per GO .R.T 1239/79 form dated 18.06.1979.The new station building was inaugurated on 20.07.1989 at 16.00 hrs as per GO (RT) NO 2237/89/Home Dated, TVM 11.05.1989.In survey no KP/IV/13 of Karuvarakundu village, Kizhakkethala, Punnakkad, Thuvur, Iringattiri, Puthanazhi kavala are most  important gathering places. Keralakundu Waterfalls, Cherumbu Eco Village are important Tourism spots under the Karuvarakundu police Station limit
Historical Importance
The Police station is situating in Karuvarakundu, Campinkunnu. As the place indicates the British Camp was formed at that time to protest against the Malabar Rebellion. The station is sharing its borders with Agali and Nattukal Police Station on east and south sides. The whole of this area is covered by forest where through the presence of CPI Maoist cadres were reported. As this is one f the place where through the cadres can go to the colonies exist within Kalikavu, Pookkottumpadam, Nilambur, Vazhikkadav, Pothukal Police station limits. They can easily move to these colonies from Attappady region so the station is having its importance in this angle. More over a considerable area of station is covered by vide plantations in which both casual and permanent workers are working. Since the sympathizers of left wing organizations
were active during 1970s which may add fuel to the situation of current scenario. Two cases were registered so far with regard the visit of Maoist cadres within Karuvarakundu Police station.