Deputing plain-clothed female police officers in the precincts of bus stands, railway stations, metro stations, cinema theatres, shopping malls, etc.,to monitor and supervise incidents of eve-teasing.
Installing CCTV in strategic positions, which itself would be a deterrent and if detected, the offender could be caught.
Persons in-charge of educational institutions, places of worship, cinema theatres, railway stations, bus-stands to take steps as they deem fit to prevent eve-teasing, within their precincts.
On a complaint being made, they must pass on the information to the nearest police station or the Women Help Centre.
In case of eve-teasing in a public vehicle, crew to take the vehicle to the nearest police station on the complaint of the aggrieved person. Failure to do so should lead to cancellation of permit to ply.
Establishing women helpline in various cities and towns within three months to curb eve-teasing.
Putting up boards at all public places cautioning against acts of eve-teasing.
Responsibility is also on the passers-by and on noticing such incident, they should also report the same to the nearest police station or to women helpline.
State and Union Territories also directed to take adequate and effective measures by issuing suitable instructions to the authorities concernedto take effective and proper measures to curb such incidents of eve-teasing.