New Delhi, Jul 29 (UNI) About 100 Delhi Police officers, including two from CBI, were today conferred certificates of participation by the School of University Information Technology of Guru Govind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) for successfully completing a six week-long progamme in Cyber Crime Investigation and Computer Forensics.
The participants were divided into two batches of 50 each and were trained to tackle the increasing crimes related to information technology and cyber space.
Presiding over the valedictory function here, Prof K K Aggarwal, Vice Chancellor, GGSIPU, said Yesterday is too long in the Computer Science.
Suggesting refreshers course for the participants so that they can update their knowledge in the field, he said it has become crucial for the police force to combat and investigate crime using the latest computer technology.
Talking about the importance of computers in our lives, Delhi Police Commissioner Y S Dadwal said computers were being used to communicate, interact and playing games and its really important for the police to know how it works so that cyber crime could be handled in a proper way.
The Commissioner also announced two more batches of 50 policemen each to undergo the same training.
The Delhi Police officers will be trained in law as well, he added.
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