Telangana Police launch ‘QR Code Complaint System’ for women safety

Director-General of Police M Mahender Reddy, launching the QR Codes Concept said it was a simple, easy to use and secure complaint and feedback mechanism

By   |  Published: 8th Mar 2021  7:48 pmUpdated: 8th Mar 2021  7:54 pm
Director-General of Police M Mahender Reddy launched 'QR Code Complaint System', which will make lodging complaints with the She Teams a quick, easy and convenient affair for women facing any form of harassment on the occasion of International Women’s Day in Hyderabad on Monday.

Hyderabad: On the occasion of International Women’s Day, the Telangana State Police on Monday launched a ‘QR Code Complaint System’, which will make lodging complaints with the She Teams a quick, easy and convenient affair for women facing any form of harassment anywhere.

Director-General of Police M Mahender Reddy, launching the QR Codes Concept said it was a simple, easy to use and secure complaint and feedback mechanism.

“Women across Telangana who are subjected to any kind of harassment in public places, offices, during travel or even on phone/social media can use it to approach us,” the DGP said.

Facilities to scan the QR codes are installed at various vulnerable and populous locations like Metro Rail stations, railway stations, bus stations, educational institutes and malls, to mention a few, from where women in distress need to simply scan the QR Code and provide relevant information.

“The issue will be routed to the appropriate She Team office for further processing as per departmental guidelines,” the DGP said.


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