Every year, tens of thousands of children migrate, or are brought to urban regions in pursuit of a better life. They are compelled, or more often forced into child labour and also must survive in the most exploitative of circumstances. While the Juvenile Justice Act, and many other legal provisions today are in force to ensure their access to justice in these situations, these children are hesitant to report any crimes against them. in the past, the police has been criticised for using children's’ socio-economic status and caste to decide how they will be treated. However, a series of police initiatives are creating more inclusive and inviting atmospheres for children to have a trusting dialogue with police officers.