The police are one of the primary guardians of children. The new legislation on Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO), 2012 has empowered the police to enable child friendly procedures while dealing with cases of child sexual abuse.

A police station that is aware of the various procedures can not only reduce the time taken to process a case but also ensure that the child does not have to go through any secondary trauma. Aarambh Resources for police can guide you through the required procedures in dealing with children who have been victims of sexual offences.

About The Law- POCSO

Protection Of Children against Sexual Offences Act received the President’s assent on 19 June 2012 and was notified in the Gazette of India on 20 June 2012. It is one off the most comprehensive laws on child protection in the world. Know More »

Guidelines & Protocols For Police

The following guidelines and protocols can help you better manage cases of child sexual abuse that you are handling by helping you developed a trusting and secure relation with the victim. Delhi Police Standing Order 303/2010: Guidelines to be Followed While Investigating Cases of Rape a) Every SHO shall ensure… Know More »

Responsibility of The Police (Local Police and/or Special Juvenile Police Unit)

Section 19 • Every report of an offence, committed or likely to be committed under this Act must be ascribed an entry number and recorded in writing • The report should be read over to the informant • Shall be entered in a book to be kept by the Police… Know More »

Information About The Law- Juvenile Justice Act

The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2000 is the primary legal framework for juvenile justice in India. The Act provides for a special approach towards the prevention and treatment of juvenile delinquency and provides a framework for the protection, treatment and rehabilitation of children in the purview… Know More »