Goa state commission for protection of child rights issues directives to cops


 The Goa state commission for protection of child rights ( GSCPCR) has issued a host of directions to police authorities in view of the Vasco incident wherein a seven year old girl was alleged raped in her school on Monday.
The GSCPCR has issued direction to review security in all schools, and to ensure that schools install CCTVs.
Samira Kazi, chairman of GSCPCR told TOI that schools should at least maintain registers to have records of people visiting them, if they are unable to immediately install CCTVs in their premises.
"The police have been asked to review security in schools," said Kazi. The commission has departments concerned forwarding its recommendations to enhance security in schools, and provide protection to children.
It has also recommended that schools should have details of bus drivers and conductors plying their buses, emphasizing that schools must employ persons with a clean record.
The commission has also directed police to keep records of private vehicles used for ferrying school children. [TOI]