The Special Police Unit for Women and Children is organising 15 Days Self Defence Techniques Training Programme for the School / College going Girls, Working Women and Housewives. If you are interested fill up the Google Form.
Juvenile Justice Unit (JJU) in Special Police Unit for Women and Children (SPUWAC) was set up under Juvenile
Justice (Care & Protection of Children) Act-2005 after the order of Juvenile Justice Committee of Delhi High
Court in Writ Petition (Crl.) No. 2069/2005 titled “Bachpan Bachao Andolan Vs Union of India”. National
Commission for Protection of Child Right (NCPCR) was made Nodal Agency to look after and review the working
of States in the matter of Juvenile in Conflict with Law (JICL) and Children in Need Care & Protection
(CNCP) in the Writ, whereas SPUWAC was designated Nodal Agency by NCPCR for UT Delhi to look into the matter
of both the category of Juvenile. Further, to streamline the mechanism in UT Delhi Special Juvenile Police
Units (SJPUs) were created in all 15 Districts.
Juvenile justice system is exclusive system for rehabilitation and reformation of Juvenile in Conflict with
Law (JICL) and Children in Need of
Care & Protection (CNCP). In India approximate 42 % population is under 18 years of age and maximum of them
are vulnerable and getting victimize by social circumstances. To protect rights of vulnerable children
juvenile justice system must be strengthen. The Juvenile Justice system is based on the principle of
promoting, protect and safeguarding the rights of children. Recognizing the vulnerability of children and
need for special and different treatment, the establishment of Juvenile Justice System started from
enactment of The Juvenile Justice Act-1986.