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Chumoukedima, Nagaland

Training on New criminal laws for police officers underway

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By EMN Updated: Mar 02, 2024 6:54 pm
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Renchamo P Kikon and Rajashekara N along with police officers after the inaugural programme of a five-day training on new criminal laws in Chümoukedima on March 1.

DIMAPUR — To sensitise police officers and equip them with a comprehensive understanding of the new criminal laws namely Bharatiya Nyaya Sanhita (BSN), Bharatiya Nagarik Suraksha Sanhita (BNSS) and the Bharatiya Sakshya Adhiniyan (BSA), a five-day training for officers from the rank of assistant sub-inspector to additional superintendent of police (ASP) got underway at Rhododendron Hall of Police Complex in Chümoukedima on March 1.

The training is being organised by Nagaland Police under the aegis of Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India. The new criminal laws would replace the old laws namely Indian Penal Code (IPC) 1860, Code of Criminal Procedure (Cr.PC) 1973, and The Indian Evidence Act 1872, stated a DIPR report.

Speaking at the inaugural programme, the Additional DGP (Admin), Renchamo P Kikon, gave an overview on the new provisions of the three criminal laws stating that the Indian criminal justice system was now poised to be citizen and victim centric, while at the same time empowering the police. He also touched upon various path breaking facets and provisions in the new criminal laws.

The ADGP (Admin) encouraged the participants to keep an open mind and diligently participate and be responsive during the course.

The welcome address was delivered by Aboli Metha, principal of Nagaland Police Training School, Chümoukedima, and a brief introduction of the course was delivered by Rajashekara N, Deputy Director of BPR&D who is also the main resource person of the training programme.

The programme was attended by Khalate Vikram, IGP (CID); Vilhousie Peseyie, joint director of Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL), along with 81 officers from all the district of the state.

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By EMN Updated: Mar 02, 2024 6:54:34 pm
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