North East Police gets special training on terror & cyber crime by NIA
In the wake of frequent militant attacks on security establishments in the Northeast, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in association with Assam Police launched a three-day training programme on Terror Crime Investigation on Wednesday. During the training, the police personnel of the Northeastern states will be detailed and updated on theme.
The training kicked off at the Assam Police Headquarters, Guwahati under the guidance of Ministry of Home Affairs.
Apart from Terror Investigation, the training programme includes cybercrime investigation and other related matters.
As reported, 15 Assam Police personnel along with other policemen from Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Manipur, Mizoram, Sikkim and Tripura have taken part in the training programme.
North east Police gets training by NIA
With the banned militant outfit United Liberation Front of Asom (Independent) [ULFA-I] using the Facebook to reach out to its “supporters and sympathizers”, Assam DGP Kuladhar Saikia have asked the Superintendents of Police of all districts to remain alert to prevent any kind of possible attempt to create “misunderstanding and unrest” in the society by “any miscreants or groups”.
It may be mentioned that the ULFA-I has changed the IP (Internet Protocol) address of its Facebook account after it was blocked. Hence, Assam Police through the centre has asked the Facebook to ensure that the outfit cannot open an account.
The militant outfit made its debut on Facebook on June 14 and titled the account as ‘Ulfa Swadhin’. Assam Police, through the Centre, had written to the nodal office of the Facebook in New Delhi to prevent the banned outfit activated the account using a new IP address.