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One-day training program organized in Dhar: SP said- Work with sensitivity in case of child related cases at the police station.

One-day training program organized in Dhar: SP said- Work with sensitivity in case of child related cases at the police station.

July 22nd 2022, 2:51 pm
Amitesh Kumar
Child welfare officers should work with sensitivity in case of child related cases at the police station. In the case of children below 18 years of age, the police should consider them especially their problems and behave them a friendly. In this work, instead of the police system, there is a need to understand the problem and condition of the child. If you work in this way, they will definitely be able to work properly under the laws made for children. Also, we can play a very important role in the case of children. Superintendent of Police Aditya Pratap Singh said this while addressing a one -day training program of child protection officials at the district office here on Friday afternoon. Child welfare officers of all the police stations of the district were present in the program. The program was jointly organized by Mamta-Unisfe Women and Child Development Department and Police Department. In this program, especially UNICEF advisor Amarjeet Singh reached Dhar and he informed the child welfare officers of the district about the work of responsibility towards children under the Juvenile Justice Act. Also highlighted his role. Trained how sensitive to children, they were trained. They motivated the legal aspects as well as police officers to help function practically. State head of Mamta-HMC Indu Saraswat was also present on the occasion. He especially discussed the gender equality i.e. gender equality here. It is seen that there is a distinction between boys and girls. Sexual equality can be noted. Pankaj Jain spoke on behalf of the Child Welfare Committee. The meeting was conducted by DSP Nileshwari Dabur. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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