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LG reviews Delhi Police's '3 yr roadmap' to combat cyber crime

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

today reviewed the three-year roadmap of the Police on combating cyber crime in the national capital.

Baijal desired that effective awareness campaigns be launched to educate people about precautions that they must take while using their gadgets, according to the office.

The directed the police during a meeting to focus on building a skilled, capable and dedicated human resource because that would be its primary weapon in combating cyber crime.

The meeting was attended by Anshu Prakash, (Home) Manoj Parida, and senior police officers.

"A year-wise road map for three years was also discussed in the meeting. The stressed upon periodic assessment and review of the progress made upon them, so that the work can be accomplished in a time-bound manner," the LG office said in a statement.

It stated that the LG has advised police to "suitably incentivise" existing personnel besides making appropriate modifications to its recruitment procedures for inducting the best talent available to help it fight cyber crime effectively.

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First Published: Thu, February 15 2018. 23:11 IST