Kohima Law College students attached to police stations to get familiarized with functioning of Dept

Kohima: SP challenges students to learn and understand police-lawyer relationship during attachment period

BY | Thursday, 9 May, 2024

An introduction programme was organised by the Kohima Law College for its outgoing (Final) Bachelor of Legislative Law (LL.B) students who will be attached to various Police Stations to familiarize them to the functioning of the Police Department.

Nagaland Police informed in a press release that as a part of their learning and better understanding of functioning of Department especially at the field level function of Police Station, traffic, etc, the 62 final year students will be attached to various Police Stations including Traffic Police Station, SP’s office Kohima for a period of 7 days from 9th to 15th May 2024.

During the programme, Sandeep M Tamgadge, IPS ADGP (L&O) apprised the students that the basic components of Law and Police force, types of law and initiation of criminal laws. He also explained the functions of various ranks and files of Police officers and also highlighted the working system of Police Headquarters and Police Station.

Bharat Laxman, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Kohima highlighted the attachment schedule of 62 LL.B students where they will be divided into five groups. A total of five nodal officers will be assigned for each group. He challenged the students to learn and understand the police-lawyer relationship in this attachment period to improve and bring changes in the future and also the attitude of our general public towards law.

Limaakum Jamir, Principal, Kohima Law College, acknowledged the coordination and cooperation of Police Department and also stated that more programmes will be observed in the future to acquaint the students about the working relationship of Law department and Police force.

The meeting was chaired by Kezhokhoto Savi, Assistant Professor of Kohima Law College.

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