8 areas in Delhi report most cases of missing children
| Thursday | 18th July, 2019
New Delhi: The Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) has identified eight highly vulnerable areas where most of the missing children cases were reported.
"After analysing the data of missing children reported in top 20 areas from 2014-2017, it has been found that eight areas in the city are highly vulnerable for missing children," said DCPCR official.
The compendium further reads that after analysing the data of missing children in the top 20 areas of Delhi, it was found that most of the vulnerable areas are in bordering districts of Delhi and most vulnerable areas are dominated the migrant population.
According to Delhi Police annual report, analysis of reasons behind missing children reveals that in most of the cases children go missing due to reasons like being scolded by parents at home, academic pressure, losing their way, elopement.
"Crime Branch and District Police have continued with their efforts to trace the missing children from shelter homes, Railway Stations, Bus Stands etc., under the schemes Operation Smile-II and Operation Muskan-II," reads the report adding that police have acquired Facial Recognition System and integrated it with the missing children and persons.
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