Which City In India Has The Highest Crime Rate Against Women and Children? – Mumbai? or Delhi?





The crime rate against women and children is on rise in Mumbai city, says India’s National Crime Records Bureau.

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Which City In India Has The Highest Crime Rate Against Women and Children? – Mumbai? or Delhi?

According to India’s National Crime Records Bureau data, the crime committed against women and children are on decrease since the last two years.

However, the crime rate against women and children is on increase in Mumbai city.

Here’s the year-wise data of crime committed against women and children in Delhi and Mumbai, for the past ten years.

Details of Cases Reported under Total Crime against Women in Delhi and Mumbai City during 2008-2017

SL Cities 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
1 Delhi City 3515 3701 3886 4489 5194 11449 13260 14766 13803 11542
2 Mumbai 1571 1332 1409 1700 1781 2946 3974 4819 5128 5453

Details of Cases Reported under Total Crime against Children in Delhi and Mumbai City during 2008-2017

SL Cities 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
1 Delhi City 1577 2405 3029 3398 3635 6124 8139 8035 7392 6844
2 Mumbai 364 369 532 425 517 902 1456 3187 3400 3790

Details of Cases Reported under Juveniles in Conflict with Law  in Delhi and Mumbai City during 2008-2017

SL Cities 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
1 Delhi City 340 397 340 669 1028 1460 1671 1981 2368 2677
2 Mumbai 581 591 603 643 593 819 926 938 946 914

The Ministry of Women & Child Development on 22nd November said in a statement, the Government of India under its One Stop Centre Scheme (OSC) provides integrated support and assistance to women affected by violence under one roof through a range of services including medical, legal, police, psycho-social counselling and temporary shelter.

In addition, this Ministry also provides 24-hours toll-free telecom service through short code 181 to women seeking support and information through its Universalisation of Women Helpline scheme.

As of now 2.27 lakh women have benefitted from OSC Scheme and 38.62 lakh women have benefited from WHL Scheme, the ministry stated.