Police will be able to overcome cybercriminals with the help of migrants who have returned home
Migrants who have worked in cybersecurity in big companies who have returned home and are unemployed due to Corona will help the police to stop cybercrime
In Pithoragarh, now the police will crack down on cyber criminals with the help of migrants who have returned home. Migrants who have worked in cybersecurity in big companies who have returned home and are unemployed due to Corona will help the police to stop cybercrime. These cyber experts will train the police personnel, after which trained personnel will be deployed in every police station of the district. Pithoragarh Police has started a unique effort to prevent cyber crimes and to rein in criminals.
In this, the role of migrants who returned home and are unemployed is important. The expatriates who have worked in the cybersecurity department in large companies will help the police in preventing cybercrimes. These migrants will train the police personnel on the exploits of cybercriminals and how to stop them. The police have prepared a list of such migrants by contacting them. Soon the police department is going to start training.
One SI and two cyber experts will be deployed
CO RS Rautela said that the training of police personnel will start soon. To prevent cybercrime, speedy action against criminals and to make people aware, 45 expert jawans will be prepared from 15 police stations including Kotwali of the district. One cyber expert, one SI and two police personnel will be deployed in every police station.
Cybercrime can be eradicated within 24 hours
CO RS Rautela said that in most cases, cybercriminals are taking money from people's accounts. To avoid falling prey to such crimes, people have to be self-aware. He told that if the victims of criminals come forward and inform the police within 24 hours, then the chances of getting their money back increases manifold.
In order to prevent cyber crimes as well as to deal with criminals, the police department has decided to help the migrants who have worked in cybersecurity. Migrants are also coming forward to help the police by sharing their experiences and information. Soon police personnel will be trained with their help, after which they will be posted in every police station said RS Rautela, CO, Pithoragarh.