KOOTTU is a prestigious child safety initiative by Kerala Police, setting up with the help of Bachpan Bachavo Andolan (BBA), to enable secure cyber space for children. The project was launched by Shri. Pinarayi Vijayan, Hon.ble Chief Minister of Kerala on 26-07-2022 at Govt GHSS, Cotton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram.
Recent surveys and available literature show that substance use is increasing among children and adolescents. The problem is seen across all socioeconomic groups, from metropolitan cities to small towns and rural areas, with newer substances and multiple substance use also being documented. The fact that substances like tobacco, drugs and alcohol are considered to be the gateway for youngsters to tread on to more heinous crimes, calls for a collaborative and concerted effort to tackle all factors that can expose our children to such inappropriate activities. Since children spend most of their time in the formative years in schools and other educational institutions, it is highly imperative that they are provided with the safest and cleanest campuses.
Concerned at this, the Kerala Government is launching a widespread campaign aimed at arresting the rising prevalence of substance abuse ...
The Student Police Cadet (SPC) Project is a school based initiative which seeks to mould a responsible youth for a vigilant, peaceful and value based society, for whom discipline and abiding by law is a way of life. The project is initiated by Kerala Police and in collaboration with the Departments of Education, Transport, Forest, Excise, Local Self Government, Fire & Rescue and Sports Council. Formally it is launched in August 2010.
The SPC training programme comprises various modules meant to facilitate each cadet with learning inputs to acquire desired capabilities of future citizens through a regular two year course of physical fitness training, parade training, indoor classes, workshops on law and citizenship, field visits to Government institutions and judicial offices of law enforceme...
Janamythri Suraksha Project was initially started at Vatakara Police Station in Kozhikode Rural District as per Governement Order, GO(Rt) No 1452/09 Home Dated 22.05.2009 . The official inauguration of the project was held with a district level seminar conducted at Vatakara on 08.08.2009. As part of the implementation of the scheme the area of Vatakara Municipality was divided in to 20 beats The project area of the scheme was divided in to 20 beats and conducted regular visits. Beat officers and Asst. Beat officers were also deputed for beat duty.
Kozhikode Rural police introduced Pink patrol for enhancing the safety for women and children in public places. The Pink Beat includes specially trained women police personnel. These police personnel will patrol on KSRTC and private stage carriers and will be present at bus stops, schools, colleges and other public places. They will assist women, children and senior citizens travelling on buses. In kozhikode rural pink patrol operating in Vatakaraand quilandy as thier base station.The Pink Patrol team will operate under the supervision of District Police Chief