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One day workshop organized on drug trafficking

New delhi. Drug abuse has emerged as a global challenge effecting health, implication of social stability, threat to national securities and also inclination to commit crime. Drug Trafficking and its further spread in the society, spoil the generations and makes the youth power depressed. To strengthen the system against Narcotics Trafficking a detail investigation like spot/ crime scene examination, cyber data extraction of entire network, Forensic Document examination and NPS drug testing etc. are being conducted by the forensic experts along with better coordination of all narco-agencies to tackle Narcotics. In the anti-drugs campaign FSL facilitates investigation of drugs related cases which had helped to destroy the network of drug trafficking.

Forensic Science Laboratory, Rohini conducted a one day workshop on “Drug Trafficking, related Crimes, Cyberspace and Emerging Technologies” in collaboration with United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on 19 April 2024. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) recognizes the importance of taking a people-centered approach to drug policies on human rights, compassion and evidence-based practices. To have this awareness informative presentation, interactive sessions were incorporated in the workshop. This workshop is aimed to create awareness about the serious impact of drug abuse and to seek international support to fight against drug abuse and illicit trafficking.

Session was addressed by Sh. Jayant Misra, Consultant of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) on International and Regional Drug Scenario. Other worthy and eminent speakers informed that water-pipe smoke contains harmful components, such as nicotine, carbon monoxide, and carcinogens, and may contain a greater quantity of tar and heavy metals than cigarette smoke. Although hookahs are commonly used to smoke tobacco, scientific evidence suggests other substances, including herbal shisha, marijuana and hashish are being used.

The drug trafficking is ever-changing, constantly adapting to the latest measures. These technologies are being used allegedly to evade global boundaries and escape the law enforcement efforts. It was also discussed in the workshop on how the investigation of drug-related cases can be improved by implementing different type of advance technologies.

At this workshop several delegates from state and central Forensic Laboratories, NCB, Delhi Police, Prosecution and Judicial Officers remain much focused during the entire sessions. Director FSL Deepa Verma said that “The well planned interactive sessions provided the participants opportunity to learn from each other by exchanging experiences and best practices in order to accomplish the common objectives and guarantee a “Drug-free India.”

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