Srinagar: Police in collaboration with Anti-Narcotics Task Force (ANTF) J&K organised a one day workshop on NDPS Act at conference hall DPL Baramulla.
The workshop was inaugurated by DySP DAR Baramulla besides a team from ANTF and investigating officers from Baramulla police participated in the workshop.
The workshop has been organized to inform the investigating officers with latest techniques and standard practices to expedite the investigation and improve and ensure convictions in NDPS cases.
On the occasion, DySP DAR Baramulla stressed upon the officers that quality disposal of crime is more important than quantitative disposal. He also briefed the participants about drug abuse, its sources both natural as well as synthetic and made aware the participants about the identification of NDPS substances. He impressed upon the officers that progress of various heinous crime cases must be disposed-off properly and on a timely basis. He also stressed upon them to adopt latest techniques and standard practices which would bring improvement in investigation of the cases.
While addressing the participants, officers from Anti Narcotic Task-force advised for close supervision of Gazetted Officers in NDPS cases in order to improve the conviction rate and disposal of sensational crime cases.
Presentations were also given by officers of ANTF on various aspects of NDPS Act and related laws and procedures. The resource person of ANTF delivered detailed briefing over NDPS Act, PITNDPS and Financial Investigations etc.
The main objective of the workshop was to enhance the investigative skills and to achieve higher conviction rates in NDPS Cases.