Week long joint capacity building training programme of J&K Police with NIA concludes

Programme was aimed to enhance the skills of our investigating officers: ADGP Coord Danesh Rana

Programme was aimed to enhance the skills of our investigating officers: ADGP Coord Danesh Rana

Srinagar, July 17:(KNS) The week long joint training programme on Capacity Building of Jammu and Kashmir Police with National Investigation Agency (NIA) concluded today at Police Headquarters, Srinagar with valedictory session chaired by Additional Director General of Police (Coordination) PHQ, Danesh Rana.  

IG (Investigation) NIA  Gyanendra Kumar Verma, DIG Central Kashmir Range  Amit Kumar, DIG (Trainings) NIA Hqrs Dr Sanjukta Parasor, AIsG of PHQ, faculty from NIA, New Delhi and Gazzetted & non-gazzetted Investigating officers who participated in the week long programme attended the valedictory function.

Speaking at the valedictory function, the ADGP (Coord) PHQ expressed his happiness that the week long programme has turned out to be successful and he firmly believes that the trainee participants have got enriched by interacting with the NIA officers/faculty. He thanked the NIA Headquarters and their officers for making this training programme a success and hoped that the collaboration between J&K Police and NIA will continue in organizing such programmes in future as well. He hoped that the variety of subjects which have been discussed and elaborated by the faculty will be of immense help for the investigating officers.

The ADGP said that the idea of organising this training programme was to enhance the skills of investigating officers and make them experts in handling variety of cases. He said that one should not stop learning and such type of training programme would definitely benefit the IOs especially the newly passed out PSIs. He informed that another batch of investigating officers would be given training in the next such programme and one more Programme will be held at Jammu in near future.

In his address IG (Investigation) NIA Gyanendra Kumar Verma thanked Jammu and Kashmir Police for providing the opportunity of organising the joint training programme. He said that these training programme are beneficial for both the trainees as well as for the faculty. He said that the feedback which was received from participants is very encouraging and advised the trainees to put in use all the necessary skills they have learned during this programme.

AIG Training and Policy PHQ Shri J.S Johar in his welcome address highlighted the aims of the training Programme. 

SSP Majid Malik presented the vote of thanks. He on behalf of trainees expressed gratitude to the Police Headquarters and NIA for organising the beneficial training programme.

Pertinent to mention that the training programme which commenced from 12th July 2021 in presence of Director General of Police J&K Shri Dilbag Singh covered issues on the important provisions of IPC, CrPC and Evidence Act in relation to UAPA, evidence collection, recovery & preservation of evidences especially electronic evidences, importance of proper documentation in investigations, scene of crime management, Court craft, intelligence collection and DOs and Don’ts during investigation.

The training programme was conducted on behalf of J&K Police by the AIG (Training/Policy) Shri J S Johar. At the closing ceremony mementoes were presented to the officers.

The officers from J&K Police and NIA who imparted the training offline & online of investigation with J&K Police IOs during these six days training programme were Shri Mukesh Singh,  Atul Goel,  Amresh Mishra, Dr. Sanjukta Parasor,  Tejinder Singh,  Shailendra Mishra, A.D Negi,  Vishal Garg,  Rakesh Balwal, Dr Ajeet Singh Slaria,  K. Sreemannarayan, Anand Maan, Dr. V.S. Baswany,  Neel Kamal, Ms. Kanchan, Shri Urfi Masood Syed,  Rajesh Kumar, and Shri S.K. Tyagi.(KNS) 

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