Complaint Of The Culprits Of Child Crime To The Police: Deputy Commissioner

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Complaint of the culprits of child crime to the police: Deputy Commissioner
Charkhi Dadri.
A meeting of the District Child Welfare Committee was held on Thursday in the Deputy Commissioner’s office located at the Mini Secretariat Auditorium. Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Godara said that the police investigation in the cases of child crime should be done very seriously and counseling of the victim children should also be done from time to time. Seminars and awareness should be brought in the society to reduce crime against children in the district. There are many incidents of crime with children, which do not come to the fore due to public shame and the parents are silent and tolerated. The District Child Protection Officer should make people aware in the villages that in the incidents of crime against children, they should register a complaint with the police against the culprits or report it to the Child Welfare Committee. Government’s helpline service 1098 for children should be given maximum publicity.
Child Welfare Committee chairperson Shilpi Madiya told the Deputy Commissioner that in this year eight cases of JUNIAL ACT, POCSO Act have been settled and 56 cases are still pending. Verification of four children out of ten orphaned by Kovid has been done and 6 cases are still pending. The Deputy Commissioner directed the CMO to settle these matters expeditiously. On this occasion Deputy Superintendent of Police Bali Singh, District Child Protection Officer Nilkamal, Program Officer of Women and Child Development Department Geeta Saharan, Satish Kumar were present.

Complaint of the culprits of child crime to the police: Deputy Commissioner

Charkhi Dadri.

A meeting of the District Child Welfare Committee was held on Thursday in the Deputy Commissioner’s office located at the Mini Secretariat Auditorium. Deputy Commissioner Pradeep Godara said that the police investigation in the cases of child crime should be done very seriously and counseling of the victim children should also be done from time to time. Seminars and awareness should be brought in the society to reduce crime against children in the district. There are many incidents of crime with children, which do not come to the fore due to public shame and the parents are silent and tolerated. The District Child Protection Officer should make people aware in the villages that in the incidents of crime against children, they should register a complaint with the police against the culprits or report it to the Child Welfare Committee. Government’s helpline service 1098 for children should be given maximum publicity.

Child Welfare Committee chairperson Shilpi Madiya told the Deputy Commissioner that in this year eight cases of JUNIAL ACT, POCSO Act have been settled and 56 cases are still pending. Verification of four children out of ten orphaned by Kovid has been done and 6 cases are still pending. The Deputy Commissioner directed the CMO to settle these matters expeditiously. On this occasion Deputy Superintendent of Police Bali Singh, District Child Protection Officer Nilkamal, Program Officer of Women and Child Development Department Geeta Saharan, Satish Kumar were present.