12 January 2024

Fourth National Workshop on Handling VoIP based crimes in partnership with Microsoft at The Gateway Hotel, Vijayawada

The fourth workshop in the series is being organized at Vijayawada on 30th June 2016 at The Gateway Hotel, M G Road for the police officers of southern region. The workshop started with the Welcome Address by Mr. Gautam Sawang, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Vijayawada and opening remarks of the Chairman, Truth Labs followed by inaugural message by Mr. Satya Prakash Tucker, IAS, Chief Secretary, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and Mr. J V Ramudu, IPS, DGP, Andhra Pradesh. The workshop was attended by more than 100 officers from various police departments including Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, NIA and the Intelligence Department.

Third National Workshop on Handling VoIP based crimes in partnership with Microsoft at Police Headquarters, Kolkata

The third workshop in the series at Police Headquarters, Kolkata on 27th June 2016 was inaugurated by Mr. Rajeev Kumar, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Kolkata who categorically expressed his desire to focus on technology support crimes taking the help of foreign law enforcement agencies to expedite the investigation was attended by more than 75 participants from Kolkata Police, West Bengal State Police, CID, NIA, Assam Police, Meghalaya Police, West Bengal Forensic Science Laboratory and others.

Second National Workshop on Handling VoIP based crimes in partnership with Microsoft at Police Gymkhana Hall, Mumbai

Second National Workshop on Handling VoIP based crimes in partnership with Microsoft at Police Gymkhana Hall, Mumbai

  • The second workshop was held on 24th June 2016 at Police Gymkhana Hall, Mumbai with the active support and cooperation of Mumbai Police, Commissionerate Officers and the Anti Terrorist Squad Chief of Maharashtra State in a close door session with the select speakers including Ms. Betsy Broder from FTC, Washington, USA for about 30 middle and senior level officers who were given presentation by the technology specialists like Mr. Anil Annisetti, Mr. Nitin Arora besides Dr. Gandhi P. C. Kaza and others.

(No photographs were taken as the session being a close door meeting where certain sensitive matters relating to 26/11 incident and the case studies were presented)

National Seminar On Effective Utilization of Forensic Science

Truth Labs organized the seminar on Effective Utilization of Forensic Science towards
*Ensuring Rule of Law, Providing Inclusive Justice & Enhancing Public Trust*
being held in collaboration with NALSAR University of Law.
Place : 04th February 2023 at Jhunjhunwala Auditorium, NALSAR, Shamirpet, Hyderabad

Law, Science and Technology

Harnessing advances in science and technology to uphold the rule of law to enhance fair and equal access to justice, prevent discrimination, increase transparency, and ensure justice for all, especially the most vulnerable and marginalized is the need of the hour in the Criminal Justice System. New technologies are changing the lives of people around the world, they make daily tasks simpler and can make official interactions with government institutions easier, and can also provide innovative solutions to a host of rule of law challenges. Thus, technology has an immense untapped potential to strengthen the rule of law.
Technological innovation can provide equal access to justice, help to eliminate discrimination, and assure more transparency and accountability. The internet, for example, can be a great equalizer, providing people from all walks of life access to a vast amount of information and resources. It can be used to ensure that people have access to information about government processes as well.
This is particularly relevant in the public sector which must strive for transparency to prevent corruption which is a major concern of citizens today despite digital technologies utilised in multiple sectors. The rule of law means holding these institutions accountable, and new information and communication technologies can immensely help make this happen.
Many judicial systems have already begun to use technology to ensure that people are better informed by publishing court cases and other decisions online, enabling to access this information with ease. One of the greatest gains of current innovative science and technologies is efficiency. Efficiency becomes a rule of law issue in time-sensitive areas, such as the administration of justice, or prompt response to violence against women or children. Technology can provide marginalized groups with the resources they need to find help, and can assist in ensuring that the criminal justice agencies can respond to their cases in a reasonable time frame to remove them from danger, or more promptly vindicate their rights.
The vital role of technology for proliferation of organised crime is clearly reflected in the steep increase in cybercrimes, human trafficking, drug trafficking and money laundering and so on. The range and variety of technological advances that can be exploited by criminals in perpetration of these crimes and other crimes against people and property is wide and extensive.

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