Training Prog for Police Officers on JJ Act held at Rajouri


Rajouri: A one day training programme for Jammu and Kashmir police officers was held at the District Police Lines Rajouri jointly by Department of Social Welfare, National Development Foundation and J&K Police.

The programme was inaugurated by SSP Rajouri Amritpal Singh (IPS) in presence of  Rajeev Khajuria from NDF and Abdul Raheem DSWO.

During this training program also named under Mission Vatsalya, the participating police officers were briefed on Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015 for implementation of JJ Act and Strengthening of Child Protection Services.

All the aspects of JJ Act and Child Protection were discussed in length. Special emphasis was laid down on procedures of handling juvenile cases, children in conflict with law, recording and reporting of Juvenile cases & roles of JJBs and CWCs.

Mentionable that the lecture delivered by resource person, Nimisha Srivastava, ED Council to Secure Justice, on “Required Communication Skills & Do’s and Don’ts for Police Officers while dealing juveniles” remained buzzword among the participating officers.

The training program marked the presence of all senior police officers, SHOs, officers of Special Juvenile Police Units, Women Police Station Rajouri and Women Help Desks of District Rajouri.

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