Indore: City police inaugurated a six-day cyber crime capsule course for 41 probationer Deputy Superintendents of Police at Police Radio Training School (PRTS) on Monday. The course will conclude on March 2, 2019.
Chief guest of the programme was former Additional Director General of Police Devendra Singh Sengar and special invitee was former Inspector General of Police Dr Asha Mathur. While addressing the gathering, PRTS Inspector General Dr Raman Singh said PRTS is working in field of cyber crime for past few years.
“We live in an information technology based society. The new technology and its advancements must be understood to fight against cyber crimes occurring in present scenario,” Singh added.
Explaining the details about capsule course, Singh said DSPs will be educated on overview of cyber crime, CDR analysis, e-mail tracing, cyber forensics, IT Act and other case studies. The programme will include lectures from former police officials on how they solved different cyber crime cases using technologies.
Chief guest Sengar said older methods of policing are rarely used. The main method of investigation includes cyber analysis of the crime. Programme was conducted by sub inspector Malay Mahant and vote of thanks was proposed by PRTS superintendent of police Santosh Kori.
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