This Article is From Jun 29, 2019

Filing Street, Cyber Crime Complaints In Noida To Get Easier From July 1

Top officials in Gautam Buddh Nagar said most of the cases reported in police stations here involve incidents of snatching of chains, mobile phones and wallets

Filing Street, Cyber Crime Complaints In Noida To Get Easier From July 1

An increased number of cases related to cyber crime are reported in Noida and Greater Noida, police said

Noida:

It will become easier for victims of cyber and street crime to file First Information Reports with the Noida Police from July 1 as the force is ready to set up one-stop centres for such cases.

Top officials in Gautam Buddh Nagar said most of the cases reported in police stations here involve incidents of snatching of chains, mobile phones and wallets. An increased number of cases related to cyber crime are also reported in Noida and Greater Noida, they said.

"Beginning July 1, a person can report street crime on the 'Dial 100' phone number itself. Once the PRV team (police response vehicle -- first responders to crime incident) reaches the person, they will get all the documentation work for the FIR done. The victim won''t have to run from pillar to post to get a case registered," Senior Superintendent of Police, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Vaibhav Krishna said.

"Similarly, in cases of cyber crime, we have identified two police stations where a victim can get his case registered. So far, because of the nature of cyber crime, where it is difficult to immediately know where the money has been leaked, people do not know where to go with their complaint," he said.

For reporting on cyber crime, people can reach out to Noida Sector 24 police station and in Greater Noida (rural area), they can approach the Surajpur police station, the police officer said.

The officer said the "Dial FIR" method will include registration of FIR in street crime like chain/mobile/purse/bag snatching, two/three/four wheeler theft, house/factory theft and theft by breaking open windows of vehicles.

"It will help police in better identifying the ''hot spots'' of such crimes as well as identifying the modus operandi which will reduce crime in the long run," the police officer said.

Uttar Pradesh's Gautam Buddh Nagar, adjoining national capital Delhi, is spread over 1,400 sq km area and has 22 police stations including those in rural areas.