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‘NAFIS’ Enrolment user training commences at IT Centre PHQ

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Jammu: The five day workshop for Enrolment Users of National Automated Fingerprint Identification System (NAFIS) organised by Crime Branch, J&K in collaboration with Central Finger Print Bureau, NCRB, New Delhi commenced Monday at IT Centre PHQ Gulshan Ground Jammu. Bhim Sen Tuti, IPS Inspector General of Police (Hqrs./CIV) PHQ/ Traffic J&K who was the Chief Guest inaugurated the programme, a police spokesman said.

The main aim to organize the workshop is to train the police officers for exploring the full potential of NAFIS in J&K. In the workshop 51 officers/officials of Jammu Zone participated.

While addressing the inaugural session Shri Bhim Sen Tuti laid stress upon the use of NAFIS for investigation purposes and importance of NAFIS repository for the purpose of identification and investigation of criminal matters and to preserve records collected.

Javid Iqbal Matoo-IPS Dy. Inspector General of Police, Crime Branch J&K gave a brief overview to the NAFIS for creating a national searchable repository of criminal fingerprints by digitalising, storing and processing fingerprints available in all states/UTs.

The other officers who were present during the inaugural session were J.S. Johar – IPS AIG Training/Policy PHQ J&K, Zaheer Abass, JKPS Dy SP CRB J&K, Varun Jandyal, JKPS DySP Training PHQ J&K and Jagpal Sharma, DySP, (FP Expert) I/C NAFIS CRB J&K.

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