DIG holds workshop on sensitive cases for cops

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 13 May 2018 09:40:20


Staff Reporter,

DIG Dharmendra Chaudhary organised a workshop to enhance the knowledge of cops over how to minutely examine the incidents happening with women, girls and boys. It was also informed to cops that what are the necessary precautions needed to be taken in murder cases.

Senior forensic officer Dr Dinesh Sharma informed about evidences found in accidental cases and how to collect them. He told that on the basis of collected evidences, it becomes easy to know the cause of death, time and other reasons.
He also informed over how to collect DNA sample in cases of murder, rape and other serious offences. What are the points which should be focused on to know the accused in cases of loot, theft, dacoity, etc. He also elaborated on how to preserve the collected samples. He also gave information about other precautions in various cases.

Moreover, family counsellor Reeta Tuli urged cops to exercise various precautions while investigating the cases of atrocities against women. She also told that mainly, it is dowry harassment and domestic violence which needs to be looked at with great precaution. She stressed that efforts should be made for compromise in such kind of cases so that families could be saved from separation. She added that in recent years, cases of divorce have increased rapidly in family dispute cases. Child Line Director Archana Sahay threw light on cases happening against boys and girls. RI Vijay Kumar Dubey, woman police station in-charge Shika Bains, Sub Inspectors, Assistant Sub Inspector and head constables of all police stations were also present in the workshop.