By By B. S. RamalingamA few months ago, Delhi Police Commissioner BS Bassi announced that the force was looking into ways to deal with cybercrime.
A month later, in February this year, Bassi had announced a “Mobile Crime Unit” in his office.
Now, the Delhi Police has announced that it is creating an “initiative team” to “deal with cyber crimes”.
In a tweet posted on Tuesday, the Commissioner’s office said that it will set up an initiative team for dealing with cyber crime.
“We are working on a scheme to develop a Mobile Crime Unit in Delhi, a part of our police and criminal justice system.
The Mobile Crime Team will be headed by a senior Police Officer who will oversee and lead the development of the unit.
The team will have an effective and flexible mandate and focus on investigating cyber crimes, detecting and prosecuting criminals, and providing prompt, timely and efficient responses to cyber crimes.
We have been working for the past 3 years on developing a Mobile Criminal Unit to combat cyber crime,” Bassi said in the tweet.
The Delhi Police’s mobile Crime Team, which was launched in March, was responsible for investigating the number of cyber crimes reported in the city. “
We are creating an initiative to develop mobile Crime Unit and the Mobile Crime Task Force to provide the police with the most effective tools and strategies to combat the cyber crime menace.”
The Delhi Police’s mobile Crime Team, which was launched in March, was responsible for investigating the number of cyber crimes reported in the city.
Its initial mandate was to investigate reports of cybercrime and cyber crimes against the police.
In April, the Police said that its cybercrime unit had been receiving 1,000 complaints of cybercrimes every day.