Hyderabad, Mar 12 (UNI) The possibility of introducing a special law and a countrywide interactive intelligence and operational network to tackle terrorism, extremism and organised crime was discussed at the third workshop of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission (ARC) here.
Briefing newspersons about the deliberations of the two-day national workshop on ''Public Order'' here, ARC Chairman and former Karnataka Chief Minister M Veerappa Moily said the third workshop being organised jointly with the National police Academy discussed the role of the state in organised violence, terrorism and extremism.
The role of the government, Executive Magistracy and Judiciary in Public Order management, the role of police in public order management, and reforms in the Criminal Justice System including legal framework, were also discussed.
He said the capabilities of different intelligence agencies, state police and their specialised wings, other enforcement agencies as well as other wings of civil administration, have to be harmoniously integrated for achieving the larger objective of peace, order and security.
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