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Tuensang Police makes multiple arrests, creates awareness about cybercrimes

By EMN Updated: Oct 07, 2023 9:25 pm
Doctors examine the patients during the free medical camp at the office complex of SP Tuensang.

DIMAPUR — A team of police led by sub-inspector Thepfusazo Yase, inspector-in-charge of Chare outpost, recovered 60 bottles of rum from one truck (NL 07A-3586) on September 23 at around 3 am while conducting checks at MVCP (mobile vehicle check post) at the Chare town area.

According to a press release from Tuensang Police, the accused has been identified as one Minas (23), currently residing at Zani village, Dimapur. In this connection, a case has been registered under the NLTP Act.

Based on the specific information, the QRT crime branch conducted a house search on September 27 at around 7 am at the residence of one Lichemse (38) of Chessore village, who is currently residing at Tphukyu ward of Longkhim, and recovered 72 contraband capsules weighing 42.11 gram from his possession.

The accused was subsequently arrested, and a regular criminal case was registered at Longkhim PS under the NDPS Act for further investigation.

In yet another incident on the same day, at around 9 am, Tuensang Police’s QRT crime branch, during the house search of one Majia of Sangsomong village and presently residing at Longjo ‘C’, Longkhim town, recovered and seized a soap case containing suspected heroin weighing approximately 7.53 gram from her possession. 

In this regard, the accused was arrested, and a criminal case was registered at Longkhim PS under the NDPS Act for further investigation.

Awareness programmes and medical camp

DEF Tuensang held awareness programmes on ‘capacity building on cybercrime’ at Baptist Thangyen Higher Secondary School and the SP office conference hall, Tuensang, on September 22 and 23, respectively.

The programmes were designed to raise awareness and familiarise students, teaching staff, and women and youth from the police family with online threats and other dangers.

On September 30, the cyber crime cell, DEF Tuensang, conducted an awareness programme on safety on social media at Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya, Noklak town.

During the programme, ASI Putiyanger shared important dos and don’ts for cyber crime prevention, such as refraining from clicking unknown links on social media and uploading personal information, safety tips to stay safe online on social media platforms, Stop NCII—a free tool designed to support victims of non-consensual intimate abuse, helpline number 1930, and NCRP (National Cyber Crime Reporting Portal).

On the same day, DEF Tuensang, in collaboration with the CMO Tuensang, organised a one-day free medical camp at the office complex of the superintendent of police, Tuensang, for the welfare of the police personnel, family, and officers of the unit, where doctors and medical personnel provided free health checks and medicines to police families.

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By EMN Updated: Oct 07, 2023 9:25:04 pm
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