Signal call to 112 helps rape victim to report crime

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DW BUREAU / Chandigarh In response to a signal call made to 112 today, the State Emergency Response Centre (Haryana 112) has helped a rape victim to report the crime. Enumerating the details, a spokesperson of Haryana Police said that on August 17, 2022, a call made on 112 landed at the State Emergency Response Centre, Panchkula where a girl could be heard sobbing and crying and later disconnected the call. The communication officer judged the caller to be in trouble and called her back immediately and tried to speak to her. The caller who was reluctant in sharing her plight was convinced by the Supervisor Communication Officer to divulge more details. Meanwhile on the basis of location based services (LBS) provided by the network service provider, ERV-529 of Panchkula district was intimated about the gravity of the incident and put on alert to track the victim's exact location. The ERV Police personnel also called the victim and managed to trace her exact location. (editor@dailyworld.in)




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