Details about CCPWC (Cybercrime Prevention against Women and Children) Scheme

SR-No Title
I Overview about the CCPWC Scheme
II Components of the CCPWC Scheme
1 Online Cybercrime reporting Unit
2 Forensic Unit
2.1 Sanction orders for Forensic Unit
3 Capacity Building Unit
3.1 Sanction orders for Capacity Building Unit
4 Research & development Unit
5 Awareness Creation Unit
III List of Advisory on CCPWC Scheme

I. Overview about CCPWC Scheme

  • INR 87.12 Crore grant has been released to States/UTs for setting up of Cyber Forensic training Labs and hiring of Jr Cyber forensic consultant for operation of lab in each State/UT.
  • Funding support of INR 6 Crore has been released to States/UTs for training 40500 police, prosecutors and Judicial Officers by 31-3-2020.
  • Twitter handle “CyberDost” launched for tweets on cybercrime Awareness.
  • Proposals have been received to setup Centre of Excellence for R&D in the field of Cyber Crime Prevention & Control.
  • Five day course on “Cybercrime Investigation” from 2nd to 6th April, 2018 was conducted by NEPA for twenty three police officers of Meghalaya police.

  • II. Components of the CCPWC Scheme

    1. Online Cybercrime reporting Unit
    2. Forensic Unit
    3. Capacity Building Unit
    4. Research & development Unit
    5. Awareness Creation Unit

    1 Online Cybercrime reporting Unit

  • The “Online Cybercrime Reporting Portal” is a central citizen portal of the CCTNS project. Using this portal, an online cyber-crime complaint can be made by the victims of cyber-crime.
  • It will provide a central repository for all such crimes, which will be used for publishing an annual analytical report regarding cyber-crimes, their trends and remedial measures etc.
  • Also, this unit will provide a central repository for reference to law enforcement and regulatory agencies at the national, state and local level for cyber-crime related information.
  • This unit will be responsible for development of an online cyber-crime reporting platform, publishing periodic analytical reports covering trends of cyber-crime, defining process flows for handling online complaints field by citizens and also responsible for assigning such complaints to the appropriate law enforcement agencies based on jurisdiction in the states/ UTs or to any central agency having jurisdiction for criminal investigation.
  • This unit will work closely with forensic unit for all digital investigations at centre as well as at designated state forensic laboratories.
  • 2. Forensic Unit

  • Proper collection and preserving of evidence related to cyber-crime and its analysis in line with the provisions of the IT Act and evidence Act is of utmost importance.
  • A national cyber forensic laboratory will operate 24*7*365 basis. It would have all the latest forensic tool setup, which would be accessible to all central /state/ UTs as well as central/ State forensic laboratories as and when needed.
  • This unit will have a team of cyber security professionals to carry out vivid types of electronics forensic analysis and assist the law enforcement agencies in electronic forensic analysis across the country.
  • This laboratory would carry all deep and advanced level forensic analysis.
  • 2.1 Sanction orders for Forensic Unit

    SR-No Title Circular No. Date Download/Link
    1 Release of fund to the states of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, BiharChhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III 28th September, 2017 Download (1.18 MB) pdf
    2 Release of fund to the State of Sikkim. No. 25017/07/2017-PM-III/(1) 28th September, 2017 Download (523 KB) pdf
    3 Release of fund to the Government of Puducherry. No. 25017/07/2017-PM-III/(2)) 28th September, 2017 Download (517 KB) pdf
    4 Release of fund to the Government of NCT of Delhi. No. 25017/07/2017- PM-III/(3) 28th September, 2017 Download (546 KB) pdf
    5 Release of fund to the Government of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. No. 25017/07/2017- PM-III/(4) 28th September, 2017 Download(513 KB) pdf
    6 Release of fund to the Government of Chandigarh. No. 25017/07/2017- PM- III/(5) 28th September, 2017 Download (521 KB)pdf
    7 Release of fund to the Government of Dadra and Nagar Haveli. No. 25017/07/2017- PM- III/(6) 28th September, 2017 Download (539 KB) pdf
    8 Release of fund to the Government of Lakshadweep. No. 25017/07/2017- PM-111/(7) 28th September, 2017 Download (511 KB) pdf
    9 Release of fund to the Government of Daman and Diu. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/ (8) 28th September, 2017 Download (551 KB) pdf

    3. Capacity Building Unit

  • This unit will support capacity building of Central and State Police Forces, Prosecutors, Judicial officers and all other concerned stakeholder for all required capabilities like detection, investigations, forensic etc.
  • This unit will also assist the state/ UTs officials in taking up long term courses to enhance the expertise in this area.
  • 3.1 Capacity Building Unit

    SR-No Title Circular No. Date Download/Link
    1 Release of fund to the states of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West-Bengal for capacity building training. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (1.35 MB) pdf
    2 Release of fund to the State of Sikkim for capacity building training. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (636 KB) pdf
    3 Release of fund to the Government of Andaman & Nicobar Island for capacity building training. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (784 KB) pdf
    4 Release of fund to the Government of Chandigarh for capacity building training. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (743 KB)pdf
    5 Release of fund to the Government of NCT of Delhi for capacity building training. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (598 KB) pdf
    6 Release of fund to the Government of Puducherry for capacity building training. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (594 KB)pdf
    7 Release of fund to the sates of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal for Outsourcing manpower. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (1.40 MB)pdf
    8 Release of fund to the State of Sikkim for Outsourcing manpower. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (656 KB) pdf
    9 Release fund to the Government of Puducherry for outsourcing manpower. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (614 KB) pdf
    10 Release of fund to the Government of NCT of Delhi for outsourcing manpower. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (596 KB)pdf
    11 Release of fund to the Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman & Diu and Lakshdweep for outsourcing manpower. No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/CIS-II 12th March, 2018 Download (947 KB) pdf

    4. Research and development Unit

  • In order to develop effective tools to detect obscene and objectionable content in the cyber space, a continuous refining is needed. Hence, there is need to take up research and development activities in partnership with research and academic institutions of national importance.
  • These initiatives will help in improving the technology readiness and would be prepared to face any type of cyber-crimes. As part of research and development activities multiple Centres of Excellence (COE) will be developed in the country.
  • 5. Awareness Creation Unit

  • There is need for a well-defined citizen awareness program by the government of India aimed at delivering cyber-crime dos and don’ts as a proactive mitigation initiative.
  • Awareness about cybercrime and cyber hygiene will be introduced in schools in the early stages of education as a component of school curriculum.
  • These awareness communications will be delivered via a web portal and mobile apps. Through this medium individual will be informed about the various types of cyber-crimes and information on how to securely use technology to protect themselves.
  • Awareness campaigns like one day workshop, essay and elocution competition etc. will be conducted at schools, college level across the country and as a part of such programs brochures related to cyber etiquettes, do’s and don’ts and prizes would be distributed.
  • III. List of Advisory on CCPWC Scheme

    SR-No Title Circular No. Date Download/Link
    1 Advisory on Capacity Building 02/02/2018 F.No 22006/2/2017-CIS-II 2nd Feb, 2018 Download (3.26MB) pdf
    2 CCPWC scheme-setting up of Cyber forensic training Lab F.No. 25017/07/2017-PM.III/CIS 7th Feb, 2018 Download (770 KB) pdf
    3 CCPWC scheme-setting up of Cyber forensic training Lab-regarding F.No. 25017/07/2017-PM.III/CIS-II 21st March, 2018 Download (13.2 KB)pdf
    4 Release of funds under the CCPWC Scheme to States/UTs F.No. 25017/07/2017-PM.III/CIS-II 16th May, 2018 Download (15.2 KB) pdf
    5 Cyber Forensic Lab cum Training Centre D.O. No. 25017/07/2017-CIS-II 25th May, 2018 Download (37.2 KB)pdf

    2.1 Sanction Orders For Forensic Unit

    2.1 Sanction Orders For Forensic Unit
    SR-NoTitleCircular No.DateDownload/Link
    1Release of fund to the states of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, BiharChhattisgarh, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, OdishNo.25017/07/2017-PM-III27 Sep 2017Download (1.18 MB) pdf
    2Release of fund to the State of Sikkim.No. 25017/07/2017-PM-III/(1)28 Sep 2017Download (523.12 KB) pdf
    3Release of fund to the Government of Puducherry.No. 25017/07/2017-PM-III/(2)28 Sep 2017Download (517.72 KB) pdf
    4Release of fund to the Government of NCT of Delhi.No. 25017/07/2017- PM-III/(3)28 Sep 2017Download (546.41 KB) pdf
    5Release of fund to the Government of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.No. 25017/07/2017- PM-III/(4)28 Sep 2017Download (513.33 KB) pdf
    6Release of fund to the Government of Chandigarh.No. 25017/07/2017- PM- III/(5)28 Sep 2017Download (521.98 KB) pdf
    7Release of fund to the Government of Dadra and Nagar Haveli.No. 25017/07/2017- PM- III/(6)28 Sep 2017Download (539.66 KB) pdf
    8Release of fund to the Government of Lakshadweep.No. 25017/07/2017- PM-111/(7)28 Sep 2017Download (511.29 KB) pdf
    9Release of fund to the Government of Daman and Diu.No.25017/07/2017-PM-III/ (8)28 Sep 2017Download (551.37 KB) pdf