The city of Aurangabad has over 250 officers in the ranks of Police Sub-Inspectors, Assistant Inspectors, Inspectors, Deputy Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners.
In order for a program to cover all agents in a minimum of time, a room dedicated solely to providing training has been set up with infrastructure, including a large screen.
Aurangabad Police Commissioner Nikhil Gupta said: ‘Almost all late registered crimes have something to do with electronic gadgets or technical evidence which makes it a must that we all get trained for it. .”
He said efforts are being made to ensure that all officers of the rank of PSI and above are well aware of the types and nature of cybercrime, cryptocurrency, bank fraud and different modes. suspects operating in an organized or individual capacity.
“We have already reached a stage where one or another electronic or communication device is used in almost every crime. We want every investigator to be able to gather evidence of cybercrime in the case they are investigating said Gupta.
Officers have the option of choosing training sessions offered by different police academies across the country.