Feature StoriesJammu & KashmirStateTrending Photo

2nd phase of JKP capacity building training programme with NIA begins

SRINAGAR: The 2nd phase of joint capacity building programme of Jammu and Kashmir Police with National Investigation Agency (NIA) started at Police Headquarters Srinagar. Director General of Police, J&K, Dilbag Singh was the chief guest in the inaugural session, which was attended by ADGPs, M K Sinha, Danish Rana, IGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar, DIG Central Kashmir Amit Kumar, SSP Budgam, AIGs PHQ, NIA officers and IOs from Kashmir Zone and CID. The DGP said that similar training programmes would be organized in Jammu also. He said that aim of these training programmes is to further sharpen the investigation skills of JKP investigating officers.

While going through the course plan, the DGP said that the training course covers most of the areas which are very important for the investigation and added that the background of this course is that we have a huge number of UAPA cases in J&K and aim is to take them all to the logical conclusion. He said that Police officers have investigated some of the UAPA cases effectively but the magnitude is such that majority of the officers should be familiar with the investigation techniques of UAPA and other special crime cases. He directed the AIG (Training/Policy) PHQ to briefly document each and every lecture of the training programme and subsequently circulate them to the participants.

The ADGP (Headquarters) PHQ, M K Sinha, in his keynote lecture of the inaugural session, shared his experience of working and investigating various important cases during his seven and a half year deputation to CBI. He explained how speedy and result oriented investigation is conducted in a holistic manner. He stressed for meticulous documentation and teamwork for result oriented investigation. Sinha discussed different provisions of the UAPA in detail. He also gave an overview of the laws dealing with terror and crime in the past and merits of the UAPA viz a viz the laws on the subject in the near past. AIG (Training/ Policy) PHQ, J S Johar, said that the training programme would be a healthy mix of lectures, feedback, revisions and discussions. The faculty members of NIA, who delivered lectures on first day of the training programme, included Vishal Garg, SP NIA Hqrs New Delhi; Arjun Amblapatta, Senior PP NIA Hqrs New Delhi and Dr. V S Baswani, Scientific Expert, NIA Hqrs New Delhi. 110 J&K Police investigators including three SSPs, 19 DySPs, 10 Senior Prosecuting officers, 26 Inspectors and 52 PSIs of J&K Police are participating in the five day training programme.

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button