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Country's first Cyber crime police station opens


ANGALORE: India's first cyber crime police station was inaugurated at the CoD 
headquarters in Bangalore on Thursday.

Speaking to reporters, Home Minister Mallikarjun M. Kharge said the station will 
register cyber crime cases under the Information Technology Act, 2000, with 
jurisdiction all over the state.

Referring to the new station, DGP V.V. Bhaskar said a multi-disciplinary group of 
experts will help the investigative agency in dealing with cyber crime. Experts from 
Indian Institute of Science's Super Computer Centre and software giants such as 
Infosys and Tatas have offered help.

People can now lodge complaints online. The station will be headed by a DySp rank 
officer, as stipulated under the IT Act, and assisted by three inspectors. The station 
will function in three shifts round-the-clock, Bhaskar explained.

The station will deal with computer crimes such as vandalism, creating and 
distributing viruses, stealing computer time, hacking, theft of intellectual property, 
software piracy, espionage, manipulation of computer system and financial frauds.

The city police were given motorcycles, fitted with sirens, for patrolling. Two 
policemen, armed with wireless sets, will go on rounds on the bikes.


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