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Police urged to update skills
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JAN 29 (NPN):
Published on 30 Jan. 2011 12:50 AM IST
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Commissioner and secretary to the chief minister, land resources development, L. Kire IFS Saturday told the police to update and upgrade their skills since the nature of crimes being committed have become sophisticated.
Speaking as chief guest at the general conference of Nagaland Police Services Association (NPSA) at Rhododendron Hall Police Complex, Chumukedima, Kire said that criminals no longer committed crimes in cinema fashion or with masks but have become sophisticated and able to camouflage their looks and modus operandi.
“This precisely is why the force needs to keep on upgrading skills,” Kire said and also urged them to change their strategies.
Dwelling on bails being granted to criminals who were arrested after much effort by the police, the chief guest emphasized that the Investigating Officer need to thoroughly investigate the case and then present it before the judiciary so that the case would be effective and stand the tests.
He also exhorted the gathering on the importance of discipline, integrity to service and to brush up their leadership and investigative qualities.
Observing that there was a fair number of gender representation in the police force, Kire expressed hope that the presence of women would provide a more humane touch to policing.
DIG (Modernization/CID) Renchamo Kikon gave a brief paper presentation highlighting the various aspects on police modernization programme.
Apart from providing more accommodation facilities to the lower ranks, he also emphasized on the training part for imbibing a broader outlook and perspective as part of the modernization.
Senior superintendent of police (SB), Elias also spoke briefly at the inaugural session.
Meanwhile, a new team of NPSA headed by Rathihu Tetseo as president was elected.

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