Women’s safety is most important: DGP Mahender Reddy
Published: updated on – 00:33, Wed – 3 November 21
Hyderabad: Keeping women safe has been the most important aspect for the state government and Telangana Police since the establishment of a separate state, with a milestone being achieved through the establishment of a specialist wing for the safety of women, Chief Police Officer Mahender Reddy said here. Tuesday.
Speaking at the inauguration of the SHE-Bharosa Cyber Lab, NRI Cell, Anti-Human Trafficking Unit and Missing Persons Watch Cell at the premises of the building of the At the women’s security wing in Lakdi-ka-Pul on Tuesday, Mahender Reddy said the women’s security wing was functioning. towards achieving the government’s commitment to ensure the safety and security of women.
“The SHE-Cyber Lab is a specialized cell and is intended to deal with cyber complaints, in particular those received by the She Teams in a systematic way. It will also maintain the database regarding the perpetrators of crimes against women and children,” he said, adding that the data thus analyzed through complaints or on the web would be used for monitoring, research and detention of suspects and that the lab would focus on crimes against women and children. children, including human trafficking, abduction, disappearance and child sexual abuse cases.
The Cyber Lab would also usher in a professional approach to anti-human trafficking units as well as She teams, while the NRI counseling cell would be used to provide advice on NRI domestic violence issues.
Swati Lakra, Additional DGP, Women Safety Wing, described how the different modules work and what they accomplish.
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