Cyber Lab In Capital

Director General of Police (DGP) Rajendra Prasad Sharma said, the specialised training course on Cyber security will help the Police Personnel to get special knowledge and skills on cybercrimes in the state.

They will learn how different cybercrimes take place,how to probe them,how to preserve and transmit the seized items to the Forensic Laboratory, Dr.Sharma said that number of cyber cases increased to 669 by October this year from 378 in 2016.

 Stressing the importance of upgrading cyber forensic science, the DGP said there is an ever increasing need for forensic analysis and need to preserve data for use during trials and for that a forensic laboratory is almost ready to come up at the state science forensic laboratory.

“We used to send our samples for study to Hyderabad and Kolkata. We would be self sufficient to some extent,” the DGP Dr.Sharma said.
 
The much awaited Cyber Forensic Laboratory will be inaugurated in the State Capital on 22 November, said ADG Crime Branch, Santosh Kumar Upadhyay.
 
Mr.Upadhyay revealed the program while attending the two-day State Level Specialised Training Course on Cyber Crime Investigation and Forensics at the conference hall of Crime Branch, CID, in Cuttack.
 
He stated that all the three proposed Cyber Crime Police Station in Berhampur, Rourkela and Sambalpur will be operational from March 2018.

Proposal on setting up of three more Cyber Police Stations in Bhubaneswar, Balasore and Jeypore has been submitted to the State Government, he added.


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