Meeting stresses need to adopt modern methods of scientific investigation

Shillong Sept 21: A meeting of police officials in Meghalaya stressed on the need to adopt modern methods of scientific investigation.

This was discussed during the meeting chaired by the Director General of Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), V. S. K. Kaumudi in Shillong in the presence of Meghalaya Director General of Police, R. Chandranathan and other senior officers of the state.

In the meeting, a series of important issues were deliberated, and presentations were also made by the officers of Police Training School (PTS), Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL), East Khasi Hills D.E.F and CID Organisation.

The Director General of BPR&D stressed the need to adopt modern methods of scientific investigation and threw light on various training modules and facilities available within the country are being funded by the Ministry of Home Affairs.

He also recapitulated on various good practices that have been done by the Meghalava police throughout the years.

The Meghalaya DGP stressed on the need to dwell upon the four ‘I’ – internal security, investigation, intelligence, and instruction.

He also emphasized that impetus should be given to training of police officers and personnel, during this prevalent peace time so as to enhance their proficiency.