Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C)

Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C)

Context: More than 1,000 Skype IDs involved in blackmail, extortion, and \'digital arrests\' by cybercriminals posing as police and law
enforcement authorities have been blocked by the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) in collaboration with Microsoft.

• The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre (I4C) has been established under the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to address cybercrime in the country in a coordinated and comprehensive manner.
• The primary focus of I4C is to tackle cybercrime issues for citizens, aiming to enhance coordination between various Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) and stakeholders.
• The centre is headquartered in New Delhi, the capital city of India.

• Serve as a central hub in combating cybercrime effectively.
• Identify research needs and challenges faced by Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs), and conduct R&D activities to develop advanced technologies and forensic tools in collaboration with domestic and international academia and research institutes.
• Prevent the misuse of cyberspace by extremist and terrorist groups.
• Propose necessary amendments to cyber laws to align with rapidly evolving technologies and enhance international cooperation.
• Coordinate the implementation of Mutual Legal Assistance Treaties (MLAT) related to cybercrimes in consultation with the relevant nodal authority within the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).


National Cybercrime Threat
Analytics Unit (TAU)
Reports threats related to cybercrimes at regular intervals to
facilitate timely action and response.
National Cybercrime Reporting
Portal (NCRP)
Provides a common platform for citizens to report cybercrime
complaints nationwide, accessible 24x7 from anywhere.
National Cybercrime Training
Centre (NCTC)
Offers training programs to government officials, particularly state
law enforcement agencies, on cybercrime investigation and
National Cybercrime Research
and Innovation Centre
Conducts research to develop indigenous tools and technologies for
preventing and combating cybercrimes.
Platform for Joint Cyber Crime
Coordination Team
Facilitates coordination, information sharing, and collaboration
among LEAs (Law Enforcement Agencies) across states and Union
Territories (UTs) to combat cybercrimes
Cybercrime Ecosystem
Management Unit
National Cybercrime Forensic
Laboratory (Investigation)
Focuses on creating awareness and promoting cyber hygiene among
the public to prevent cybercrimes.
Assists LEAs in conducting cyber forensics investigations and
providing technical expertise in digital evidence analysis.


DICS Branches

Our Branches

DICS Ahmedabad


(Head Office)

Address : 506, 3rd EYE THREE (III), Opp. Induben Khakhrawala, Girish Cold Drink Cross Road, CG Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, 380009.

Mobile : 8469231587 / 9586028957

Telephone : 079-40098991



Address: A-306, The Landmark, Urjanagar-1, Opp. Spicy Street, Kudasan – Por Road, Kudasan, Gandhinagar – 382421

Mobile : 9723832444 / 9723932444


DICS Vadodara


Address: 2nd Floor, 9 Shivali Society, L&T Circle, opp. Ratri Bazar, Karelibaugh, Vadodara, 390018

Mobile : 9725692037 / 9725692054


DICS Surat


Address: 403, Raj Victoria, Opp. Pal Walkway, Near Galaxy Circle, Pal, Surat-394510

Mobile : 8401031583 / 8401031587


DICS New Delhi

New Delhi(In Association with Edge IAS)

Address: 57/17, 2nd Floor, Old Rajinder Nagar Market, Bada Bazaar Marg, Delhi-60

Mobile : 9104830862 / 9104830865