Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
To create a peaceful, prosperous, inclusive and just Haryana where all forms of violence, exploitation, abuse, trafficking, illicit financial and arms flows, corruption and bribery are reduced. An island of excellence welcoming one and all with open arms. Thus, proactive steps shall be taken by the various stakeholders, in partnership with the residents, in order to create strong institutions for preserving peace and delivering justice to all, especially to the underprivileged.
The 2014 rate of crime against women in Haryana is 73.0 incidents per lakh population, which is 20 points higher than the national average of 56.3. The rate of crime against children in Haryana is 27.4 incidents per lakh population, as compared to national average of 20.1.
In 2014, Haryana's violent crime rate was 37.0 incidents per lakh population, as compared to national average of 26.6.
Nearly one in three women who have been married have experienced spousal abuse.
Haryana Police was able to dispose of 82.6% cases in 2015, whereas the disposal rate of the courts in Haryana was 21.2%, according to the National Crime Records Bureau.
Focus for Tomorrow
Significantly reduce all forms of violence (especially against women) and incidence of violent deaths. End abuse, exploitation, trafficking and all forms of violence against children.
Ensure access to justice for all, especially the disadvantaged and vulnerable sections of society.
Promote peace in society through prompt, transparent and fair law enforcement and positive interactions between the police and various sections of society.
Strengthen the Police Departments law enforcement machinery as well as the Prosecution Department.
Haryana will reduce the number of intentional homicides to 2.0 incidents per lakh population by 2030
Haryana will reduce the rate of crime against women to 50 incidents per lakh population by 2030
Haryana will reduce the rate of crime against children to 16.0 incidents per lakh population by 2030