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15 police stations established in each district to tackle cyber crimes, HC told | Delhi News | #cybercrime | #computerhacker

NEW DELHI: Delhi Police has informed Delhi High Court that 15 cyber police stations have been established in each district in the national capital to combat and mitigate cyber crimes.

It has also informed that division bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Sanjeev Narula that the cyber crime unit of Delhi has been renamed as Intelligence Fusion & Strategic Operations (IFSO) Unit and its mandate has been expanded to generate intelligence and carry out operations to counter new cyber crimes.
“Cyber Crime reporting facilitation number 1930 (earlier 155260) is functioning round the clock. To strengthen the system of 1930, a copy of FIR registered on any complaint or a complaint submitted via 1930 helpline is being sent to the concerned financial entity within 24 hours so that the banks/wallets have authentic reasons to block the money. PAN linkage of mobile numbers is affected to link the cyber fraudster found complicit in the cybercrime across the country,” Delhi Police stated.

The submissions were made by Delhi Police in its reply to a public interest litigation alleging that its officials fail to invoke provisions of Information Technology Act, 2000 while registering cases related to cyber crimes. The plea was moved by Ananya Kumar, a PhD scholar, doing research on crimes against women in cyber space.


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