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A NITI Ayog report has asked the government to recruit IIT students as sub-inspectors or inspectors to investigate “highly complex” cybercrime cases, while those with degree to probe social crimes.
Arguing for reform to create a strong and efficient policing, the report, titled “Building Smart Police in India: Background into the Needed Police Force Reforms”, calls for capacity and infrastructure building, legislative and administrative changes besides technological scaling up.
Noting that specialised crimes need specialised approach and personnel to deal with, it calls for students with Masters in Computer Application or those passing out of the IITs to be recruited as sub-inspectors and inspectors to handle cybercrime.
Insisting that such recruits should work in plain clothing to avoid detection, the report also says social crimes like beggary, prostitution, crimes against women, and domestic and dowry-related violence should not be handled routinely by traditional policemen.
SOURCE: Deccan Herald
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