24 Jan 2006
New Delhi: Twenty two officers from Indian law enforcement agencies
today graduated from an Incident Response Course sponsored by the US
State Department's Anti-terrorism Assistance Programme (ATA) which is
viewed as a concrete example of strong bilateral ties and partnership
The officers including Inspectors and Deputy Superintendents of Police
were trained in areas including methodology of securing and preserving
evidence at a cyber-terrorism crime scene and identifying and seizing
digital evidence in accordance with generally-accepted methods and
The week-long course was conducted at the CBI Academy at Ghaziabad in
During the course the officers were also educated on how to properly
approach, document, sketch, photograph and search a terrorist crime
scene containign suspect software and related software.
The course is one of the ten such courses presented to the government
of India in 2005 through the State Department's ATA programme.
Since 1995, Indian law enfrorcement officers have participated in 38
ATA courses in the US and India with more than 900 Indian officers
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