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Chief Minister inaugurates the 12th Conference of the International Association of Police Academies in Gandhi nagar

Chief Minister inaugurates the 12th Conference of the International Association of Police Academies in Gandhinagar

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Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel inaugurated the 12th INTERPA Conference at the National Forensic Sciences University in Gandhinagar.

 

Speaking on the occasion Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel said that the 12th conference of the International Association of Police Academies (INTERPA) serves as a platform to showcase the best policing practices for member countries.

 

He also emphasized the fact that through collaboration in training, research, professional development, and the adoption of technology and innovation, this conference will provide policing with new dimensions.

 

The Chief Minister expressed confidence that by supporting training, research, professional development, and embracing technology and innovation, this conference will contribute towards global advancements in policing.

 

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel addressed the eminent personalities, experts, and officials from the policing field worldwide during the inauguration ceremony of the 12th INTERPA Conference at the National Forensic Sciences University in Gandhinagar.

 

In this context, he stated that the International Association of Police Academies has connected 80 police academies from 63 countries, steering policing towards new directions and providing it with global significance.

 

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel expressed that the responsibility of the police force extends beyond maintaining law and order in society. In addition to law enforcement, the police force is consistently operational in disaster management, rescue operations, and safety operations during both natural and human-induced calamities.

 

He added, “Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has always given priority to best practices and their positive implementation in the police force. The world’s only forensic science university is functioning in Gujarat under his guidance and direction.”

 

Chief Minister further stated that the current times are witnessing a transformation in crime and its nature. Cybercrime, digital fraud, misuse of artificial intelligence, and issues like drug abuse present new challenges. To effectively combat these challenges and promote zero tolerance, this conference will serve as a medium for the exchange of thoughts.

 

The Chief Minister also appreciated that seminars and discussions will also be held on various topics relevant to the current times at this conference.

 

Chief Minister Shri Bhupendra Patel congratulated all the officials involved in organizing the conference, including those from the National Forensic Sciences University and INTERPA.

 

Chancellor of National Forensic Sciences University, Padma Shri Dr. J.M. Vyas on this occasion said, “More than 110 police officers from 31 countries of the world are present in this 12th INTERPA Conference and NFSU has the honour of hosting this conference for the second time.”

 

The National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) stands as the only government university in India to extend its campus abroad, specifically in Uganda, a move attributed to the foresightedness of the then Chief Minister and current Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi. NFSU is widely renowned for its expertise in forensic sciences.

 

This university actively contributes to the fields of education and research, offering not only training but also consultancy services. To date, it has provided training to in-service personnel and police officers from over 82 countries in various forensic science disciplines.

 

In the present era, where criminals exploit modern technology to commit crimes, there is an imperative to enhance the efficiency and strength of the investigation process. NFSU is at the forefront of technology-based investigations, playing a crucial role in solving complex cases not only in India but also abroad.

The event saw the participation of experts from INTERPA member countries, police officers, Director General of Police Shri Vikas Sahay, Director of the National Forensic Sciences University Gandhinagar campus Prof. (Dr.) S.O. Junare, and other officials.

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