A two day training programme on cyber policing was conducted on 25 and 26 April 2017, by the Centre for Communication Governance at the National Law University Delhi in conjunction with the Bureau of Police Research and Development. The programme was targeted towards facilitating more efficient law enforcement in an increasingly digital world, and was attended by 27 police officers of the rank of Sub-Inspector and above. During the programme, noted experts from legal, technical and law enforcement backgrounds shared insights on the theory and practice of policing in cyber space.
Resource persons for the programme included Justice Yatindra Singh, Former Chief Justice, Chattisgarh High Court, Mr. R Sri Kumar, Former DGP, Karnataka, Dr. Madan Oberoi, IPS & Former Director, Cybercrime, INTERPOL, Ms. AnanthalakshmiAmmal, Associate Director, CDAC – Trivandrum, Mr. TrideepPais, Advocate, Dr. Mrinal Satish, Associate Professor, National Law University, Delhi, Mr. Vineet Kumar, President – Cyber Peace Foundation, Dr. Aparajita Bhatt, Assistant Professor, National Law University, Delhi, and Mr. YuvrajSamant, Advocate.
The program was guided by Prof (Dr.) G S Bajpai. The programme was coordinated by Mr Sidharth Dahiya, Assistant Registrar (Academic & Coordination) and MsShuchitaThapar (Project Manager, Centre for Communication Governance). The programme was conceptualised by Ms. ChinmayiArun, Executive Director, Centre for Communication Governance and Associate Professor, National Law University, Delhi.