Workshop on cyber crime capacity building held

  • | Friday | 17th May, 2024

n   A workshop for capacity development of police was organized in the conference hall of Police Headquarters on Thursday. DGP Sudhir Saxena was present the entire time in this workshop. As a special speaker, Rajesh Kumar, CEO, Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center (I4C), Union Home Ministry, provided training to police officers regarding prevention of cyber crimes and providing quick assistance to the victims, 700 officers of DSP and above were present in the workshop. DSP, ASP, SP, DIG and IG of the field through online medium and all the officers up to the level of ADG, IG, DIG, AIG and DSP posted at the headquarters were also present in the  workshop. At the beginning of the training, CEO Rajesh Kumar, while congratulating the Madhya Pradesh Police, said that Madhya Pradesh is the first state where all the police officers of the entire state are receiving training in hybrid mode on a large scale. He said that the pace of increase in cyber crime is very fast. Cyber crimes taking place in India are mainly being committed in the eastern, southern states and around Delhi as well as from South Asian countries outside India. People of Indian origin are also included in this. Expressing satisfaction over the efforts being made by Madhya Pradesh Police to prevent cyber crime, he said that the Government of India is finding new solutions to control cyber crime through the Cyber Crime Coordination Center of the Government of India, so that research can be done. Can get help. The Cyber Crime Coordination Center is especially active in order to ensure coordination and collective efforts of various states in preventing crimes. Rajesh Kumar, CEO of the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Center (I4C) of the Union Home Ministry, said that more than 7 thousand complaints related to cyber crime are received every day across the country. Cyber crime has increased by 113.7 percent from the year 2021 to 2022 and by 60.9 percent from the year 2022 to 2023. The citizens can also cooperate in controlling cyber crime, for this people can register themselves as public volunteers by visiting Also, policemen can work by visiting On this occasion, he said that in Madhya Pradesh, 100 percent of the calls coming in at 1930 are being picked up, which shows the readiness of the police. DGP Sudhir Kumar Saxena told about the challenges faced by the police to control cyber crime. He said that the police face multiple challenges in the field of cyber. These challenges include adoption of new methods by criminals, high number of cyber crimes, geographical problems like accused committing crime in one district and fleeing to another district, lack of resources to control cyber crime, special training and district This includes lack of experts at the level etc. Apart from these, the biggest challenge is to know how help can be provided to the victim quickly. It is necessary to overcome these challenges.  He said that lack of knowledge among the victims is also a big problem, even many policemen do not fully know what to do to control cyber crime, for this it is necessary that all the officers stay on the same platform and know. What to do actively? He said that it is necessary to take such training to the lower level by all the SPs of the district so that the common people suffering from cyber crime can feel relieved.

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