CEN stations await govt order to become fully functional
| Friday | 24th January, 2020
Preeja Prasad ByExpress News ServiceBENGALURU: It’s been a month since the eight Cyber Crime, Economic Offences & Narcotics (CEN) police stations in the city were inaugurated by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa.
Though a notification had come out on its launch, a government order is yet to be issued outlining the stations’ functions.
Without the order, the stations are now running like any law and order station in the city.
He added that the CEN stations have relieved the city’s former lone Cyber Crime Police Station (CCPS) of its workload.
During the formation of CEN stations, all eight DCPs had shortlisted 100 officers in the city who are interested and have the knack to crack cyber cases.
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