6th phase of Joint Capacity Building Prog of JK Police with NIA commences
Jammu: The 6th phase of the Joint Capacity Building Programme of Jammu and Kashmir Police with National Investigation Agency (NIA) started at Police Headquarters in Srinagar today.
The Director General of Police, J&K Dilbag Singh was the chief guest at the inaugural session.
ADGP Armed/IRP, J&K S.J.M GIllani, ADGP (Hqrs) PHQ M.K Sinha, ADGP Kashmir Zone, Vijay Kumar, IGP NIA Vijay Sakaria, DIG CKR Sujit Kumar, AIG T&P JS Johar, AIG Communication (PHQ), Manoj Kumar Pandit and other officers of Police and visiting team of NIA were present on the occasion.
While welcoming the officers from NIA and investigating officers of J&K Police to the programme, the DGP expressed his pleasure to be part of the very useful programme. He extended his gratitude to the DG NIA Dinkar Gupta and IGP NIA Vijay Sakaria for facilitating the series of capacity-building programmes by assigning faculty members from NIA. He thanked the officers from NIA who would be imparting the capacity-building training to J&K Police IOs & Prosecution officers.
He said that the officers from Kashmir Zone, SIA, SIU and Prosecution wing, taking part in the programme are dealing not only with the crimes but varieties of other duties day in and day out. He said that officers are braving the extreme cold and are taking part in this useful session to get familiar with modern investigation techniques. He said that the training programme which is 6th in the series shows the kind of relation J&K Police share with the NIA.
He said the NIA is one of the most distinguished investigating agencies so far as the investigation of terror crime and UAPA is concerned and added that it is an honor to have its faculty members training JK Police investigators. He said that Jammu and Kashmir Police is known for its investigation techniques and added that the investigative instinct of the JK Police is very strong.
The DGP said that what to do, what not to do, and how to do are three main and important factors to investigate crimes of special nature. He said that for a result-oriented investigation, the investigator has to ensure the result of ten out of ten. He said that the investigation of UAPA has to be foolproof, taking into account every minutest evidence.
ADGP Kashmir Vijay Kumar in his address threw light on the role of the Jammu and Kashmir Police at different stages. He said that J&K Police has re-focused on the investigation of crimes of special nature. He emphasized for sharing investigation skills and work experience between J&K Police and NIA.
On the occasion, IGP NIA Vijay Sakaria expressed his gratitude to the DGP J&K for giving this 6th opportunity of organizing a Capacity Building Programme with JK Police. He said that reports of previously held programmes are encouraging. He said that UAPA is a powerful act and that using it properly will help to control extremists and terror activities very effectively. He said these programmes will help investigation & prosecution officers to understand the various provisions of the Act and to use it effectively. He said that the aim of organizing this programme is to share best practices in handling terror-related cases. He hoped that the deliberations and sharing of experiences will be helpful.