SHE teams keep women safe in Telangana

SHE Teams, a one-of-a-kind initiative in the country launched by Telangana Police, are working around the clock to keep women safe. Speaking to ANI, Sirisha Raghavendra, Deputy Deputy Commissioner of Police said, “SHE teams were established in 2014, on a priority basis by the Telangana government to ensure the safety of women. has so much floating population in Hyderabad many women come here for work from northern and north eastern states so safety of women is a priority.

Referring to the National Crime Records Bureau, the official said Hyderabad was the safest city for women. SHE teams were established as a pilot project in Hyderabad and later expanded to 31 districts. “Greater responsibility has been given to Bharosa and the SHE teams. The SHE teams are one of the initiatives of its kind started in the country and we are blessed and blessed to be part of it. Our teams carry with them discrete cameras and they are spread all over the city,” Raghavendra said.

Regarding POCSO’s domestic violence crimes and incidents, the Additional DCP said, “Our priority is to get every crime reported. Over the past three years, we have secured 107 convictions, including 17 life sentences. This has an effect deterrent on offenders.” Sanjana, a citizen, said, “The SHE teams are a very good initiative. Many women work night shifts, so safety is key. There are also call centers and support numbers. If there is a problem, we can call these numbers. Action is taken immediately.” (ANI)

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Mara R. Wilmoth