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Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) is a mental or physical violation of a child with sexual intent, generally by a person who is in a position of power and trust of a child.
POCSO or the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (PCSO Act) 2012 was enacted to protect children against offences like sexual abuse, sexual harassment and pornography
Domestic Violence or Intimate Partner Violence as it is sometimes called is a worldwide problem associated with celebrities and common people alike
Rape is defined in most jurisdictions as sexual intercourse or other forms of sexual penetration, against a person without the person’s consent and is one of the worst crimes of humanity.
Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favours and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature come under sexual harassment.
Unwanted sexual advances and remarks made to women in public places often leading to crimes of a serious nature fall under the category of ’Street Harassment’.
This portal is an initiative of Government of Andhra Pradesh to facilitate victims/ complainants to report cyber crime complaints online. This portal caters all types of cyber crime complaints including complaints pertaining to online Child Pornography (CP), Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) or sexually explicit content such as Rape/Gang Rape (CP/RGR) content and other cyber crimes such as mobile crimes, online and social media crimes, online financial frauds, ransomware, hacking, cryptocurrency crimes and online cyber trafficking.
Child Sexually Abusive Material (CSAM) refers to material containing sexual image in any form, of a child who is abused or sexually exploited. Section 67 (B) of IT Act states that “it is punishable for publishing or transmitting of material depicting children in sexually explicit act, etc. in electronic form”.
Yes, most of the social media website like Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Instagram etc. have the option of reporting or flagging the objectionable contents. The social media platforms may take appropriate action based on the contents reported to them as per their content policy.
Providing false information could make complainant liable to penal action as per the Indian Penal Code.
The complaints reported on the portal shall be handled by the concerned State/UT police authorities based on your selection of State/ UT while reporting the complaint.
AP DGP Head Quarters,Mangalagiri
Guntur-522503, Andhra Pradesh