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UDHAMPUR: A three days capacity building programme for the women police officers with special focus on crime against women and its investigations was conducted in Sher-i-Kashmir Police Academy (SKPA) from March 12, 2018 in which 33 women police officers participated.
Mohammad Sulaiman Salaria, ADGP, Director SKPA Udhampur who was accompanied by Stanzin Norboo, SSP and Murtaza Nasir, DDP inaugurated this capacity building programme coordinated by Randheer Singh, SSP, who also presented welcome address and course was ably conducted by Prosecuting Officer Neha Nayyar.
This programme was sponsored by the National Commission of Women (NCW) in collaboration with BPR&D (Bureau of Police Research and Development).
As the main task of NCW is to study and monitor all matters relating to the constitutional and legal safeguards provided for women to review the existing legislations and suggest amendments wherever necessary.
In pursuance of the aim of the commission to monitor proper implementation of all the legislation made to protect the rights of the women so as to enable them to achieve equality in all spheres of life and equal participation in the development of the nation, the commission took up the task of conducting three days capacity building programme for women police officers who would be investigating officers in crimes against women.
Experienced and renowned resource persons in this area of knowledge interacted with the course participants which included Dr. Kavita Suri, (Head, Deptt. Of Lifelong Learning, JU, also a member of State Women Commission), Sunita Kargotra, (CPO RPHQ), Er. Gagan Deep Singh (I/C cyber cell Jammu), Dr. Nancy Mengi (Asstt. Prof. CUJ), Dr. Vinka Maini, (Registrar, Deptt. Of Forensic Medicine, GMC Jammu), Kamal Sharma, (C.P.O SKPAU), Sunniya Wani, (Dy. SP), Rohit Koul (Scientific Officer retd. FSL Jammu) assisted by Mohd. Asif Choudhary I/C FSL Udh-Reasi Range, Inspr. Jagpal Sharma and SI Mahmood Ahmed from SK Police Academy Udhampur.
All the resource persons discussed in detail the different issues and were helpful in upgrading the knowledge and investigating skills of the participating women officers.
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