Odisha Police to train officers on updated forensic science
Bhubaneswar: The State Police will train its new batch of sub inspectors on cyber crime, DNA finger printing and forensic science, said SM Narvane, director, Biju Patnaik State Police Academy on Wednesday.
Talking to media persons, Narvane said, “Knowledge will be imparted regarding important topics which come under scientific aids investigation. Besides, training period has been extended by two more months. Practical things that the officers will face as investigating officers will be taught.”
On the occasion of 11th batch training programme, KB Singh, DGP, said, “Cases for instance of Dhalasamant brothers and Ramesh Jena are not simply criminal cases. The accused have created a full gang of sympathizers and associates.
The officers should be fully aware of technology and economy aspects.”
Welcoming the decision of the State Police, Bipin Bihari Mishra, former DGP, said, “From four months, extension of the training period to six months is a welcome move. A hypothetical case should be assigned to the officers to solve so that they will get experience.”
Sabita Parida, trainee also welcomed the decision adding that this will be quite helpful in their career development.