Deputy Inspector General of Police
Open House with Top Cyber Crime Investigators: Cases, experiences, procedures, doubts, enquiries & dialogue
Shri Sandeep Mittal, I.P.S., Deputy Inspector General of Police was invited to Chair the ‘Open House with Top Cyber Crime Investigator’ during the NASSCOM-DSCI 10th Annual Information Security Summit held at JW Marriot, New Delhi from 16th to 17th December, 2015., the other panelists included Mr. M.D. Sharath, DSP, Cybercrimes Division, Karnataka Police, Mr Neeraj Aarora, Advocate, Supreme Court, Mr. Atul Gupta, Partner, Risk Advisory and Cyber Security, KPMG.
The session was conducted successfully and the following resolutions were passed:
- CERT-In to initiate action to expedite the process of notifying the Examiner of Electronic Evidence as per section 79(A) of Information Technology Act 2008.
- DSCI to initiate action for collaboration between Private Sector and Government Organizations in Cyber Forensics.
The Deputy Inspector General of Police, Sandeep Mittal, on Tuesday presented cash awards and commendation certificates to the police personnel appreciating their timely contribution to detect cases and seizure of banned substance in Ramanathapuram district.
Lakshmi Kanthan, Sub Inspector, Rameswaram town and K. Ulaganathan, Head Constable were rewarded for detecting around 50 kg of ganja, which was smuggled by a car from Tiruchi. Besides seizing this, the policemen also arrested five smugglers including one Sri Lankan national when the police team stopped the car at Thangatchimadam for check a few days ago.
T. Thillai Raja and S. Soosai Manickam, constables attached to the Special Branch, were honoured by the DIG for the seizure of ganja at Valinokkam.
Similarly, N. Sellapandian, constable of Special Branch, was given commendation certificate for detecting the murder case, in which one Sathmeega Seelan of Pirappanvalasai was murdered by a gang a few days ago.
While appreciating their role in solving the cases, Mr. Mittal said they should continue the good work in future too. The rewards were given to motivate them as well as others. He would continue to meet and appreciate the policemen for their good work.
M. Panneerselvam, Superintendent of Police, In-Charge, also appreciated them.
By Our Staff Reporter
By Our Staff Reporter
MADURAI: Sandeep Mittal, a 1995-batch IPS officer, assumed office as the Deputy Inspector General of Police (Madurai Range) here on Friday.
Prior to this posting, Mr. Mittal had served as DIG of Police (Dindigul Range) and in the Narcotics Control Bureau, New Delhi, among others.
After taking charge, he told reporters that the police would take stern action against anti-social elements as per the law. In a bid to prevent road accidents, highway patrolling would be intensified. He also assured to redress public grievances effectively.