A four-day training program for police officers on prevention and propagation of crimes against women and girls commenced at the police control room on Saturday.
At the beginning of the training, Bhopal DIG Irshad Wali and Police Headquarters SP Dharamvir Singh and Additional Superintendent of Police Headquarters, Nivedita Naidu welcomed the guests while addressing the program said that currently the crimes of women are increasing Our main objective is to punish the criminals harshly to prevent them.
For this, it becomes the responsibility of all the investigating officers to take serious appropriate and statutory action after hearing the report of the complainant and victim at the police stations with seriousness and secure the spot f the incident, collect all the necessary evidence and bring transparency in the investigation so that the offender could get strict punishment and victim will get fair justice and the culprits would afraid of committing the crime.
Lecturer in training from FSL, O. P. Dixit and Dr. Hirek Das Lecture was delivered and District Prosecution Officer, Priyanka Upadhyay.
In the training experts suggested that in crimes against women and girl , they should immediately provide police assistance on the report of the victim. Also told that what evidence can be collected in serious crimes like rape, murder etc. and for how many days they can be kept safe.
During the discussion details on which places and materials are useful at the scene of the incident and how important they are in convicting the offender.
The instructors told that many amendments have been made in various sections of IPC and POCSO Act as per the time and requirement, which is very important in providing justice to the victim.
The victim was made aware of the schemes provided by the government, so that along with police assistance, the victim could get other necessary help.
On this occasion, about 55-60 officers including city superintendent of police Nagendra Pateria, guarded inspector, Deepak Patil, women station in-charge Ajita Nair, in-charge woman cell sub-inspector Sulochana Gehlot and sub-inspector, assistant sub-inspectors were present.