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Now a Website to File Complaints of Cyber-Crime


Delhi Police introduced one website on July 26, 2017 for the cyber cell department projected for cautioning citizens regarding different frauds within virtual world while informing them the proper way for filing complaints associated with the kind of crimes. Amulya Patnaik Commissioner for Delhi Police while introducing the website emphasized that all stakeholders, especially schools, media and police required coming together to combat the growing menace. According to him, cyber-crimes sometimes were even capable of making psychological impact on victims.


The website, which Economic Offences Wing's cyber-crime cell has developed, is all comprehensive with solutions for overcoming online crime. It's designed for delineating cyber safety details which any citizen would routinely require whether he is a person wary of online crime else some victim of the same, explains Arun Kampani Joint Commissioner of Police.


The purpose with which the website has been developed is to carry out certain proactive intercommunication between Delhi Police and the general public regarding issues of cyber safety as well as to make available certain mechanism for reporting cyber-crime responsively for the victims. Tribuneindia.com posted this on the Web dated July 26, 2017.


There are about thirteen to fourteen types of cyber crimes and the newly launched website tells the common man ways for preventing them. The site has one special page giving information regarding cyber cells of various districts as well as the numbers to contact them. There is detail information on the website regarding the manner for filing a complaint as well as the documents necessary for doing so. Already more than 800 personnel of Delhi Police have been given the required training. Incidentally, Delhi Police gets some 750 complaints of cyber crime every year.


Before the website's introduction, a seminar was held when different schools' computer teachers were imparted an awareness programme on the threats that the students encountered online as well as what way they could be taught for remaining protected.


The Chief of Police expressed his thanks to the teachers in contributing to spreading wariness about cyber safety through their participation in the programme which the Delhi Police cyber-crime department undertook.

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