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Sector Expert Consultation on Crime and Violence

The consultation was organized in collaboration with Rajasthan Police Academy at Jaipur on October 4th, 2017 and a total of 44 sector experts attended the consultation.

Rajasthan Priorities: Sector Expert Consultation on Crime and Violence

The session was moderated by Shri. Rajeev Dasot, (Addl. Director General of Police and Director, Rajasthan Police Academy, Jaipur) and Mr. Omendra Bharadwaj, Ex. Director General of Rajasthan Police. All experts contributed to a meaningful discussion on the solutions to address challenges in energy. A total of 56 interventions were listed. 

Interventions

  • Dealing with drug menace - Education, de-addiction and rehabilitation  
  • Identifying emerging crime pattern 
  • Framework to neutralize the new crime pattern as well as focusing on the mentality to deal with crime of society 
  • Promoting the community police officers (especially in rural area) 
  • Awareness and education in schools to deal with crime and violence 
  • Strengthen the prosecution system 
  • Better coordination in between prosecution and conviction 
  • Training of police force and providing the better tools and equipment (for cyber, economic crime etc)
  • Ensuring the punishment for false case or ways to discourage it 
  • Consistency and systematic – intervention (with complete cycle enforcement) 
  • Promote awareness of law and legal system  (2)- reaching to unreached and people at the bottom of the pyramid - focusing on women and child  
  • Legal support, counselling and promoting better socio-economic opportunity for victims 
  • Empowerment of women facing crime and violence
  • Promote self-defence and safe practices  of women 
  • Counselling and support system of victims as well as people around (including family) 
  • Cybercrime – training for investigative force,  continues monitoring and support system  
  • Better, improved and good quality shelter and rehabilitation through training and self development - Women/children  
  • Utilize IT for efficiency and effectiveness of core policing operations
  • Provide information for easier and faster analysis
  • Better tracking of criminals, suspects, accused, repeat offenders, etc
  • Professional/Investigation Skills - In-service training to update skills 
  • Domestic violence helpline and promoting mechanism for right re-addressing the problem faced by victims 
  • Implementation of UNCPRD (United Nation convention on the right of person with disabilities) 
  • Utilize IT and latest technology for surveillance for efficiency and effectiveness of core policing operations
  • Rehabilitation of victims in society – changing the mindset of the society 
  • Education for moral and ethical values in society (at home, school and 
  • Behavioural change communication to address the root cause of crime (for example stress could be route cause of crime ) 
  • Promote the community court (lok Adaalat) and Village judicial court 
  • Provide enhanced tools for investigation, law and order maintenance and other functions like emergency response
  • Promoting community involvement and better coordination in solving litigation and first level of readdressing conflict (example of karoli)
  • Child friendly police station* (example of Tonk district) 
  • Piloting the crime and violence-free village/area ( with monitoring the pre-requite indicators) 
  • Strengthening the women and child desk at Police Station (Mahila and baal desk)** - establishment, strengthening and support mechanism
  • Awareness of scheme and policies to all stakeholders 
  • Educating men for women issues and problems  
  • Promoting mother for child protection (my mother my protector)    
  • Awareness, Sensitizing and promote the understanding of crime and violence (in child, women and vulnerable section of society)   
  • Optimum human resources to focus on investigation within police 
  • Upscaling of Save school programme (coordination for police constable and school) 
  • Road safety – basic training and emergency response in first few minutes 
  • Cyber threat intelligence centre (establishment and upscaling) and training of investigative force for cybercrime 
  • Predictive policing (psychological, technology, intelligence and other factors) 
  • Streamlining the police and community  interface 
  • Understand the context and background of society  
  • Creating a right platform for communicating the case of crime and violence (18 case)  to authorities 
  • Gender sensitivity training for police
  • Coordination in various Govt department dealing with crime – justice, police, law, women and child 
  • Monitoring and enforcement of existing law and procedure  
  • Identifying the benefit for effective and functional child protection scheme  
  • Daian Pratha- awareness and training 
  • Study and research to identify the root cause of crime and violence against women 
  • Training to improve police behaviour, particularly at time of lodging a complaint
  • Study to identify the core police function  –prevention of crime and violence 
  • Training facilities, sensitizing the police for women and child, specially for SHOs  
  • Rehabilitation of victims of sexual abuse and domestic violence
  • Study to identify the core police function  –prevention of crime and violence

List of Participants

  • Shri Rajeev Dasot, Addl. Director General, Rajasthan Police Academy
  • Shri, Omendra Bharadwaj, Ex DGP Rajasthan, Rajasthan Govt
  • Ms Rajesh Yadav, Sr. Fellow, CRC HCM, RIPA, Jaipur
  • Radha kant Saxena, Rtd. IG Prison, CHRI
  • Dr.Anita Hada, "Assistant Professor- IIS University, Talk Show Host -Zee Raj News"
  • M.K.Govil, Rtd. Indian Police Service (IPS), Rajasthan Government 
  • Minal Jain, Chairperson, FICCI Ladies Organisation, Jaipur
  • Nitasha Chordia, Senior Vice Chairperson, FICCI Ladies Organisation, Jaipur
  • Vandana Bagaria, Chairperson, Swavalamban
  •  Rainee Singh, Executive Director, DISHA
  • Suman Rao, Prosecutor Officer, Rajasthan Police Academy 
  • Dr.Suman Dhaka, Lecturer, Rajasthan Police Academy
  • Dr.Lokesh Chathurved, Principal CMHO, Govt. Dep. Rajasthan Police Academy, Jaipur
  • Tara Chand Saharan, RAS (Rtd) SAHAYTA
  • Varun Sharma, Programmes Coordinator, ARAVALI, HCM-RIPA (OTS) Jaipur
  • S.R.Yadav, Secretary, Shiv Shiksha Samiti Ranoli, Tonk
  • Dr.Mathi Gupta, Chairperson, LCC RUWA
  • Runa Karnawat, Co-Chain, FICCI Young Indian
  • Monal Julka, FICCI, Chair, Young indian
  • Ashok Kumar Pareek, Asst. Director Prosecution, Jaipur Metro city, Prosecution Department
  • Yudhisthira Panigrahi, Consultant, UNICEF
  • Dr.Maya Tandon, Chairperson, SAHAYTA
  • Saurabh Kothari, Addl. SP RPA, Rajasthan Police 
  • Ram Ballabh Sharma, IPS IGP (Rtd) Police
  • M.M.Atre, IPS IGP (Rtd)
  • G.L.Sharma, IPS IGP (Rtd)
  • Kavita Srivastava, President PVCL, Raj
  • Amu Vinzuda, Program Coordinator, Jan Sahas, Rajasthan
  • Rajendra , Program Coordinator, Jan Sahas, Dewas (MP)
  • Sunil Thomas Jacob, State Programme Coordinator, UNFPA
  • Yadu Raj Sharma, Consultant, RPA
  • Marudhar Singh, Coordinator
  • Dilip Kumar Saini, Assistant Director(Special Courses & COE), RPA, Jaipur, Rajasthan Police
  • Dheeraj Varma, Police Inspector, RPA
  • Ramakanta Satapathy, Asst. Manager, Save the Children
  • Nisha Siddhu, Gen. Secretary, National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW)
  • Renuka Pamecha, Gen. Secretary, Mahila Punarwas Samuh Samiti
  • Raj Kumari Dogra, State Vice President, National Federation of Indian Women (NFIW)
  • Meva Bharati, RMKV, Jaipur
  • Chaya Samona, Narayan Seva Sansthan
  • Hem Pushpa Sharma, Additional Director, HCM, RIPA, Jaipur
  • Nihar Ranjan, Sr. Manager, World Vision India
  • Amit Rathod, Sr. Manager, World Vision India
  • Babulal Chowdhary, Secretery, Aman Gramin Vikas Siksha Sansthan