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These three new laws will be implemented across the country from July

Uttarakhand is fully prepared for the three new laws to be implemented from July 1. Chief Secretary Radha Raturi gave the Union Home Secretary information in a virtual meeting. 

Uttarakhand has completed preparations for the three new criminal laws that will be implemented across the country from July 1. Chief Secretary Radha Raturi gave this information in a Tuesday virtual meeting chaired by the Union Home Secretary. The Union Home Secretary discussed with all the states the progress made so far at the state level before implementing the new laws.

Indian Civil Defence Code 2023, Indian Justice Code 2023, and Indian Security Act 2023 are to be implemented from July 1. CS said all training regarding information about the laws will be completed by June 20. Training for CCTNS software update will also be completed by May 31.

A method for simply reading the laws has been prepared.
After the passing of the new criminal laws, in coordination with the training institutes, 50 officers of the state were given master trainer courses from Ghaziabad, Jaipur. It was told that 18 other officers were also given training as master trainers. Also, Uttarakhand Police has prepared a handbook. All the courses are being conducted on this basis. In this, a method for merely reading major laws has been prepared. 25 thousand copies of the handbook have been distributed to police officers and employees. Three modules are being prepared for online training.

Told that, considering the short time, the training has been decentralized up to the district level. A joint team of all master trainers and prosecution officers are training the investigation officers of civil police in offline mode. Such employees who do not have direct involvement in police investigations are to be trained in online mode. An online module is being prepared for this.

The two-day training given to IPS officers and police captains
was told that this module is based on artificial intelligence. By the end of this month, it will be run on the I Got Karmayogi portal created by the central government. After this, all the personnel will be given one month to complete the online training. Constables and head constables will be given about 20 days in view of the Chardham Yatra.

He said they would be trained after studying the 18 lecture modules available on the portal and taking the test. 1000 recruit constables of civil police and PAC have been given three days of training. For this, about 500 head constables have also been given training on new criminal laws for promotion. All IPS officers and police captains were also given two-day training.

Told, offline training was to be completed in four phases, out of which three phases have been completed so far. This training has also been completed in Bageshwar, Uttarkashi, and Rudraprayag. Seventy-five percent of offline mode training has been completed. Offline training will be completed in the next week. Registration of all police personnel is being done on the I Got Karmayogi portal.

25 thousand police personnel will be trained

190 changes, big and small, have been made in the Indian Judicial Code, 360 in the Indian Civil Defense Code, and 45 in the Indian Evidence Act. A training roadmap has been prepared to make the new laws reach all police officers and employees. Training of about 25,000 police personnel is proposed in online and offline mode.