15 New Cyber Police Station Opened in every District of Delhi to stop increasing Cyber Crimes in Delhi
New Delhi: Cases of cybercrime are increasing continuously across the country. It is very challenging for the police to stop them. To deal with this challenge, 15 special police stations have been opened in the capital. In each district, it has been opened in the name of Cyber Police Station (Cyber Police Station in Delhi).
According to cyber expert Mohit Yadav, this step of the police is very important for the public. They feel that with the opening of these police stations, cybercrime will definitely come down.
According to the information, in order to deal with cybercrime in the capital, earlier a cyber cell was formed in each district. The policemen posted in this used to investigate the cybercrime happening in the district. At the same time, the complainant used to make rounds of the police station to get information in his case.
Many times, in the cases of cybercrime in Delhi, the dispute of the area also lived between the police stations. To solve these problems, Police Commissioner Rakesh Asthana has opened a Cyber Police Station in each district. Here FIR will be registered for all the cyber crimes happening in the district. The policemen posted here will investigate it and arrest the criminals.
Cyber expert Mohit Yadav is considering this as an important step of the police. He told that till November 30, cases of cyber fraud were registered in the local police station. There the person who had the responsibility of investigation did not have much knowledge of cybercrime. Because of this, it became very difficult to solve such cases. But now they have been posted in these cyber police stations that have a lot of knowledge on this subject.
The police stations have been equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and software. With the help of these, it will not be very difficult for the police to reach the cybercriminals. When cybercriminals start getting arrested in large numbers, then surely there will be a decrease in such crimes.
Mohit Yadav said that the victims will no longer have to wander to register their complaints. People will also believe that the police will work hard to solve their case which they did not have on the local police. He said that along with catching cybercriminals, it would also be their responsibility to make people aware.
Police have been running awareness campaigns in the past regarding various types of cybercrimes. He hopes that with the opening of these police stations, such awareness campaigns will accelerate. If people are aware then they will not be a victim of cybercrime.