Known Depredator

Known Depredator

Known Depredator (K.D.) is a term used by the Indian police forces to classify criminals. A known depredator is a petty criminal who commits crimes such as robbery or house breaking. Every police station maintains a list of known depredators (more commonly known as a "KD" list) as part of the station diary.


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