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1,571 harassment cases received by Cyberabad SHE teams until Sept

According to data released by the Women Safety Wing of Telangana police here on Wednesday, the Cyberabad SHE teams received 1,571 harassment cases, the highest number in the state.

The data shows the number of cases up to the end of September. While Cyberabad jurisdiction received 1,571 cases, Hyderabad received 1,240 cases, and Rachakonda received 298 cases. According to the data, a total of 5,125 cases have been registered thus far.

Swathi Lakra, Additional Director General of Police (DGP) (Telangana), told reporters that there are currently 331 SHE teams working across the state.

“The SHE module deals with offenses related to women and children, especially eve-teasing, stalking, and harassment in public places, workplaces, educational institutions and residential areas. SHE Module achieves this through SHE teams both in the real and online worlds,” the senior police official said.

“In the last seven years, the SHE teams have left no stone unturned to ensure the safety and security of women. lt had opened new doors to people-friendly policing by making the process inclusive. The SHE team units across the state conducted 10,836 awareness events in schools, colleges, community places and hotspots,” Lakra added.

According to the police officer, SHE teams visit pre-enrolled hotspots in their jurisdictional area every day where crimes against women and children occur frequently.

The Women Safety Wing launched the Cyber Congress project, in which two students from each government school are trained in cyber safety in order to raise awareness. The project is focused on enabling 3,300 adolescent students as cyber ambassadors from 1650 government schools in 33 districts.

“The project has been completed successfully and now we are preparing for Phase –ll which looks to enable 9,564 adolescent students as cyber ambassadors from 2,391 government Schools in 33 districts of Telangana,” said Swathi Lakra.



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