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High tech monitoring system to check cyber crime: Ramesh Chennithala

High tech monitoring system to check cyber crime: Ramesh Chennithala

Thiruvananthapuram: Aiming to combat cyber crime in an effective way, the state government had planned to set up a high tech monitoring system, Home Minister Ramesh Chennithala said Monday.

The system would be set up with the assistance of state run Keltron Company, Chennithala told reporters after a meeting with police officers here.

As part of the 'Nirbhaya Keralam' (a project to ensure security of women and children) five police stations exclusively manned by women police personnel would be started soon, he said.

The new all-women police stations would start functioning in Kollam, Alappuzha, Kozhikode, Thrissur, and Malappuram.

"Investigations of crimes against women and children and administration of the police station would be carried out by women personnel", he said, adding "women police are more efficient in crime investigation".

Women representation in police force would be increased and recruitment would be carried out shortly, he said. The aim was to have 25 per cent women representation in the force.

Instructions have been given to DGP to monitor police personnel having nexus with criminals, he said.

The Kerala Anti-Social Activities (Prevention) Act 2007 would be amended if necessary to combat goondas in the state, he said.

Man power shortage in crime branch department would be resolved as part of the move to strengthen crime branch, he added.


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