Cops miss years of complaints after losing password

  • A watchdog agency in India has been collecting hundreds of complaints about the corrupted Delhi police and forwarding the complaints to the department for the last eight years. However, it turns out that not even a single one of them was acted upon. 

    Reports suggest that the police department didn't have access to the complaints since it lost the computer password. 

    The Central Vigilance Commission finally decided to find out why none of the complaints being sent since 2006 were taken into consideration and the department mentioned that it was a "technical" problem. 

    Two officers have now been provided with the necessary training and passwords. 

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