From January 01, 2013 to 19th December, 2013 five hundred and ten people were missing from Gurgaon. The missing ones belong to different areas as mentioned in the police files. The total number of 18+ people missing from the city counts at 387, out of which 181 are male and 176 are female. People, below the age of 18, who are missing includes 57 boys and 96 girls which sums up to 153.
According to the Punjab and Haryana High Court orders, missing teenagers who are below the age of 18 will be considered as kidnapped. A Crime Unit has been constituted in Gurgaon with an intention to handle the missing cases of juveniles and adults. An inspector level officer will be the incharge of the same, where he will be taking only the missing cases into spotlight.
These kind of cases are generally solved on two levels. Some cases are solved by the police personnel whereas some are managed by the Crime Units of Gurgaon. An indictment number or a report is registered by the police personnel in cases which include kidnapping or missing children.
Initiatives like a photograph of the missing person are published in the national newspapers and also telecast on Delhi Doordarshan. Photos are also distributed in several police stations. In addition to the above points mentioned, the photos of the missing persons are also sent to all the Station House Officers (SHO), SCRB Madhuban, NCRB Delhi and are also uploaded to on the ZIPNET to solve the cases at the earliest.
The information about the missing people are also sent to police officials of seven different states via ZIPNET. If any mobile number is available of the concerned person then police personnel try to track the missing person with the assistance of Cyber Cell.
On the basis of above efforts being taken by the Gurgaon police, 313 missing people have been found out of 510. Out of 313 people, 108 are teenagers below the age of 18 whereas rest of them are above 18. Crime Unit- VII is trying to track other missing people.
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