Cyber Crime Prevention Against Women And Children

UPSC Syllabus

  • Jharkhand government has launched the Centrally Sponsored Scheme (CCPW). The scheme is co funded by the Ministry of Home Affairs. 
  • It aims to protect women and children from growing cybercrimes. 
  • The main objective of Cyber Crime Prevention against Women and Children (CCPWC) Scheme is to have an effective mechanism to handle cybercrimes against women and children in the country.


Main features

  • Online cybercrime reporting platform
  • One national level cyber forensic laboratory
  • Training of Police officers, judges & prosecutors
  • Cybercrime awareness activities
  • Research & Development


Source : PIB

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