THE UT Police may have its personal unbiased cyber crime police station enabling the cyber investigators to register the primary data reviews (FIRs) independently with out relying on different police stations.
The announcement was made by UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit Monday. An in depth notification on this regard can be issued in July.
The cyber crime police station will come up at Sector 17 the place Cyber Crime Investigation Cell (CCIC) works. Sources mentioned that the cyber crime police station will work on the sample of different police stations by having a station home officer (SHO), its unbiased police lockup, unbiased Moharrir Head Constable (MHC) who would be the incharge of malkhana the place seized materials because the case properties will stored. Certainly, the power of the police station can be ample to take care of the rising pendency of police complaints associated to cyber crimes.
“At current, we aren’t authorised to lodge FIRs independently. Our FIRs are registered in native police stations. Moreover, after we submit a chargesheet towards a felony arrested for committing cyber crime, the signature of SHO of the native police station the place FIR was registered is obligatory. After the unbiased police station, this can change,” SP (cyber) Ketan Bansal mentioned.
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“The CCIC is at present faces a employees crunch. The cell has round 68 police personnel and the cyber crime-related complaints are being acquired round 6,000 yearly. Our conviction ratio in comparison with the registration of FIRs may be very low. We’re positive as soon as we get an unbiased police station, our efficiency will improve,” mentioned a cyber cell personnel requesting anonymity.
Chandigarh is a member of Joint Cybercrime Coordination Group (JCCT) Group-5. Different states/UTs within the JCCT Group-5 embody Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh, Jammu and Kashmir.