Cyber crime, digital forensics to take centre stage of future policing: DIG

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An interaction-briefing session was held by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Rajouri-Poonch Range Haseeb Mughal at district police office Poonch on Monday.

The session was held in view of emerging challenges in crime scenarios across J-K and to equip the young probationary sub inspectors undergoing field training in District Poonch.

Re-emphasizing the fact that J-K police is committed to prepare the young police officers to face any future policing challenges, Mughal held this introductory meeting cum briefing session with probationer sub-inspectors.

The meeting was also attended by Senior Superintendent of Police Poonch, Rohit Baskotra, Additional Superintendent of Police Mushim Ahmed, Senior Prosecuting Officer Poonch DPO Ankush Sharma.

After a brief introduction with 27 PSIs, a detailed future plan of action was presented by DIG Rajouri-Poonch Range and the officers were appraised about the present security scenario and challenges for policing in the border district.

As per a local news agency, Kashmir News Observer (KNO), at the beginning, they were briefed about the “terrorism, drugs, bovine smuggling, infiltration and modus operandi being used by anti national, anti social elements”.

The participants were informed about the traffic management, border smuggling issues and the ways to tackle all these challenges.

Probationer Sub-Inspectors were also emphasized to understand the role of different wings of J-K police and other sister agencies operating in the district. To understand and work for complete synergy among all such units, wings, as this is the need of the hour to keep the district peaceful.

Apart from this, a detailed deliberation about cyber crime, digital forensics and the investigation of special cases was made.

The need to grow and upgrade knowledge, skill and proficiency as per the field requirements was also made clear to them.

He also enjoined upon them to use the latest technical means and keep them abreast with technical, cyber, computer and digital forensics skills to meet the future challenges with confidence and success.

At the same time, they were briefed about the need to work for healthy police public relations. Plan for organizing youth engagement programmes in the district to channelize the youth-energy in a positive way.

DIG RP Range said that such knowledge and skill upgradation sessions will be made a regular feature of the practical training of probationary Sub Inspectors across RP Range. (KNO)

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