JK govt emphasis on new techniques to deal with cyber crime
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir government has stressed on the need for adopting latest policing techniques to deal with the new challenges of cyber crime and terrorism.
"With the changing times, latest techniques of policing should be adopted to deal with the new challenges of cyber crime and terrorism," state Home Minister Nasir Aslam Wani said here yesterday.
He was addressing 835 recruit constables at the 10th attestation-cum-passing out parade at Police Training School, Manigam, 35 km from here.
"To deal with the new challenges, the (police) department has to increase its proficiency in the field of training, investigation, intelligence and other network," Wani said.
DGP Kuldeep Khoda, who was also present in the function, said the police department is focusing on sharpening skills of its personnel to full-proof security in the state.
Modernisation in respect of gadgets has been receiving high priority, he said.
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