Training in various Departments

1) Police Department :

            In Police Department trainees get acquaintance with the process of investigation- recording of first information, registration of crimes, despatch of First Information Report to the local Magistrate Court, holding of inquest, inspection of sites of occurrence, collection of evidence which include questioning of witnesses and recording of their statements, arrest of the accused, questioning of witnesses and recording of their statements, seizure of incriminating objects pursuant to disclosure statements or otherwise, production of incriminating objects before the courts, the preparation of remand reports, preparation of final report or charge sheet and maintenance of FIR book, General diary, despatch register and case diary, etc. In the course of the training in the police department, the trainees are put in the offices of the Public Prosecutors to get themselves acquainted with the manner in which the cases are being handled by the Public Prosecutors.

2) Revenue Department :

Trainees are deputed to Village Office and Taluk Office to get a practical knowledge on the assessment of basic tax and their collection and also the maintenance of land and revenue registers.  They must go to the field and learn the principles of survey, methods of survey, etc.  They must be taken to the field and must be shown how survey fields are located and identified.

3) Forest Department :

Here, they understand what is a forest, the different varieties of trees in the forest and other vegetation in the forests, impact of the forests on the environmental atmosphere and maintenance of Ecology, the difference between reserve forests and forests vested in the Government under the Private Forests (Vesting and Assignment) Act, 1971, what is a forest produce, how the Forest Department preserves the forests and how they detect the forest offences and deal with them. The trainees have to acquaint themselves with the conditions in which the forest offences are committed and how they are dealt with at the investigation level and how they are shaped and conducted in courts.  The trainee officers have to closely acquaint themselves with the conditions of the forests and under what circumstances forest offences are committed.  It is necessary for them to see the natural forests and various other aspects of forests.

4) Forensic Science Department and State Medico Legal Institute :

Role of science and technology in the investigation process is very crucial. An understanding on the scientific methods adopted by the Forensic science Laboratories and Medical Colleges are necessarily be imparted to the trainees in order to ascertain the value of their findings. Here, trainees learn about the intricacies of hand-writing and finger prints, identification of dead bodies by superimposition, deciphering of decoy letters, chemical analysis of poisonous substances, chemical analysis of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, ballistic science and post-mortem examination and also the manner in which the wound certificates and post-mortem examination certificates are prepared by the forensic experts in the field of forensic medicine.

5) The Chief Government Analyst’s Laboratory :

As the trainees have to deal with food adulteration cases, they have to be posted with the fundamental knowledge of the mode of chemical examination or chemical analysis of various articles of food with reference to the standard prescribed there for, under the Prevention of Food Adulteration Rules, 1955.  In order to achieve this object, the trainees are deputed to the Chief Govt. Analyst’s Laboratory for training. This would help them appreciate evidence tendered by public analyst and also reports of chemical analysis issued by the Director of the Central Food Laboratory in their proper perspective to arrive at correct decisions in cases involving food adulteration.