The Southern District Police in Delhi launched an “All women patrolling squad” on March 8, 2018, on the occasion of International Women’s Day. The squad was named ‘Knightingale’ has been formed to ensure safety and security of women at public places. The 16 women between the age of 20-35 years who has taken training in unarmed combat and driving and who are in the ranks of constables and sub-inspectors are formed as a team. They have been giving special training in driving and riding and in the maintenance of squad vehicles. They are also been giving training in weapon handling, firing and unarmed combat. The women are provided with four gear riding motorcycles, a gypsy with woman police officer as a driver and incharge to lead the patrol team; they have been given wireless sets, protection team, and firearms. To instill a sense of confidence in women, they decided that it is appropriate to have more women police officers on the roads.