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FastForward Justice is an online legal organization that is aimed at advancing the present legal education within the country.

About the Webinar

FastForward Justice is organizing a Webinar on 21st Century Policing and Corruption: A Consequence or a Necessity.

In an era of tech-savvy policing and community-oriented policing, it is seen that even if the police has excelled in their ways to protect and prevent the commission of any crime and even fulfilled all the obligations they are supposed to as an organization, but a small mistake on their part becomes like a complete deadlock for them.

Time and again police have been maligned. Their personality has been ripped off and torn apart and they have heard worse. So, in such a situation, what does a person expect to be a saint to forgive? Well, it can happen only in the Aesop’s Fables buy not in practical life. Policemen are no saints and if they are into bribery and corruption that is because the society and the government have left them with no other choice. It’s a do or die situation for them. In the wake of community policing, we should first understand what policing is all about and police personality.

Community Policing comes way beyond it. Therefore, corruption and corrupt officials are blood boiling definitely but there is another side of the story too which will be pondered upon in this discussion.

Venue: Zoom/Youtube

Eligibility

  • The participants must be currently pursuing their Bachelor’s Degree in law i.e. 3 Year L.L.B. course or 5 Year B.A.LL.B. Course from any recognized university/school or pursuing LLM from any recognized University.
  • Any person having knowledge of the law can also participate.

About the Speaker

Dr. Samrat Datta is an alumnus of KIIT University, Bhubaneswar.

An erudite scholar of Criminal Law, Dr. Samrat, has completed his Ph.D. in Police Law and Information Technology from the Pacific Academy of Higher Education and Research University, Udaipur and has also co-edited a book “Law relating to Sexual Harassment: Practice and Procedure.”

His areas of interest include Criminal Law and Police Law. He has several publications in national and international journals
of repute to his credit. He has chaired various national and international conferences and has organised them as well. His keen interest in mooting has had held him the position of Convener of the Moot Court Committee in the institutions he has worked with and judging moot courts and trial advocacy competitions at various levels.

He has a teaching experience of more than 5 years and has held administrative positions including Examinations Coordinator, Member of the Proctorial Board, and Convener of the Legal Aid and Awareness Cell.

Registration Process

The Registration fee for the webinar is Rs. 100/-

The registration fee is to be paid by the following methods:

  • Account number:50100284424909
  • IFSC Code: HDFC0003143
  • Account Holder’s name: Amit
  • UPI ID: [email protected]
  • Google Pay/Phonpay: 8262892004

The registration fee is not refundable at all costs. It will be refundable only in case the webinar is called off by the organizing committee due to any unavoidable circumstances. (In such a case refund will be initiated in your BANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS).

Note: All the students will be verified with their names when they will be admitted to the Zoom webinar. So make sure that the names should be the same as per on the registrations form. You will be added to the WhatsApp group soon for the link after a successful registration.

The registration form is here.

Perks

Certificate of participation (Soft Copy).

Important Dates

  • Official notification release date: 7th July 2020
  • Last Date to fill out the form: 18th July 2020 (9:00 AM)
  • Date and time of webinar: 18th July 2020 (4:00 to 5:00 PM)

Contact Information

  • Amit (Founder & CEO & Editor-in-chief).
  • Contact Number: +918262892004
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Contact Timings: 05: 00 PM to 09:00 PM

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