Improve investigation skills: DGP
Jammu, Mar 28: The Director General of Police, Kuldeep Khoda has asked the investigators to improve investigations skills and provide timely justice to the people.
Speaking at the launch of Crime Branch website www.crimebranchjkpolice.nic.in at a function here, he said the use of latest Information Technology in the crime detection would help in quick disposal of cases and would build the image and faith of Police among masses.
He said tremendous changes had taken place in the field of technology and investigators had to make use of these techniques to improve their professional skills and knowledge. “The website will help the investigation agency to keep the public abreast about their activities for detection of crime and the people in return would provide a feedback which will be helpful for the agency,” he said. He said latest techniques had strengthened the methods of investigation and people get early justice despite the attempts of culprits to remove the proof of crime.
Stressing upon the investigators for up gradation of skills on scientific lines for effective working out of criminal cases, he said Crime Branch played a pivotal role in crime detection in the State.
Earlier, Inspector General of Police (Crime), Raja Aijaz Ali said by launching the website, the Crime Branch would be able to investigate the cases with public support more effectively. He said queries raised by the public about the investigation of case would be replied through this website.
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