Jharkhand Breaking News Live: Jharkhand Police will get training in cyber crime from today

Jharkhand Police will get training in cyber crime from today

Ranchi. Officials of the Indian Cyber ​​Crime Co-ordination Center (IFORC), an organization working under the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, will provide training to Jharkhand Police. On the initiative of CID officials, training will be given online from 11 am on January 23. In the training, it will be specifically explained how a case is to be registered in a cyber crime case, how and what technical evidence is to be collected during the investigation of the case and finally how to complete the investigation of the case. Charge sheet has to be done. The main speaker in the training will be ACP Jitendra Singh of IFORCE. For this, correspondence has been sent by CID Headquarters to the SPs of all the districts. They have been requested to involve the cyber police station and cyber cell officers of their respective districts in this. According to police officials, earlier in any cyber crime case, the police used to register a case on the complaint of the complainant and investigate it for months. But currently, with the help of Prakharna app, a large number of cyber criminals are being tracked and caught. In such cases, the police are taking suo motu cognizance and registering cases. In such cases, it is important to register the case and submit the charge sheet against the accused in the court on time. Therefore, Jharkhand Police will be given training at all points, so that the quality of research is maintained.

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