Bihar Police will become digital from July first with new police law ADG JS Gangwar ANN

ADG JS Gangwar Press Conference: Patna Police Headquarters ADG JS Gangwar has informed in a press conference on Monday (10 June) that three new police laws will come into force from July 1, 2024. The new law will bring new changes in the prevention of crime. Police officers are being trained regarding this. The state level three-day training has started from June 10.

Training of 25000 police officers

ADG JS Gangwar said that 25000 police officers are being trained in the first phase. Police personnel of each district have also been connected through webcasting. Information about the new criminal law is being given. Information is also being given about how the police will use forensic science. Training is being given to work under the new law to promote digital policing.

Training of policing by connecting with social media

Apart from this, in the course of investigation, policing is being taught by connecting with digital and social media. Special training is being given to collect digital evidence to prevent social media crime. Police headquarters will provide smartphones and laptops to policemen and all police stations. Police will get attachment and warrant digitally from the court. The mistakes that happen in warrants and attachment seizure will not happen.

Which three new laws are to be implemented?

Let us tell you that the Indian Judicial Code-2023, Indian Civil Defense Code-2023 and Indian Evidence Act-2023 will be implemented in Bihar from July 1. Before this, all the researchers of the district are being trained regarding the new law. Training sessions are being conducted for this. The first session will run from June 10 to June 12 and the second session will run from June 13 to June 15. At the same time, the third session will run from June 18 to June 20.

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