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Udhampur: Five days training programme on “Cyber Forensics” commenced in the Academy. A total of 15 officers of the rank SI to Dy.SP attended the course. The course was inaugurated by Ashish Rathore, CPO, CLI SKPA Udhampur. During his inaugural address Sh. Ashish Rathore, CPO welcomed all the course participants and laid emphasis on the importance of Cyber Forensics during the course of investigation. It is the need of hour that Police should be equipped with latest knowledge and procedures to deal with Cyber Crimes.In today’s networked environment, it is crucial for network and system administrators to understand the essential aspects of computer forensics and their major challenges. The training programme would help trainee officers to understand the process of gathering cybercrime- related evidences and files to be presented in a court of law. The inauguration of the course was attended by Tahir Hussain Dy.SP(Admn.) SKPA Udhampur and Sunmati Gupta Dy.SP (Outdoor) SKPA Udhamur, Nayeem Abbas Hamdani, Junior Cyber Consultant (Course Director) and other faculty member of the Academy.
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