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Nepal Police Jumla Starts an Awareness Program for Students Against Drug Addiction and Cybercrime

News 04 Jan 2023 766 0

Nepal Police Notice

Nepal Police Jumla Starts an Awareness Program for Students Against Drug Addiction and Cybercrime. DSP Narendra Chand informed that the class was started to make students aware of the increasing drug addiction and cybercrime in society.

According to him, this awareness program was conducted under the community-police partnership program.

DSP Chand said that students who came from various schools to study SEE tuition have been taught about the harm caused by drugs and the problems caused by cybercrime. This campaign will reach all the tuition centers operating in the market and start training on drug addiction, cybercrime, etc.

According to Chand, there is a lot of use of paraphernalia in Jumla at this time, that's why there is a need to raise awareness among students. He said that awareness plays a big role in maintaining peace and security in society, increasing the partnership of the police with the people, making the people aware of various crimes, and controlling the increasing drug addiction and misuse of technology among the youth.

According to the police, there is an increase in the misuse of technology and drug addiction, and road insecurity among teenage students. Therefore, as crime and insecurity are increasing in society, it seems that everyone should be aware of this. Tuition managers say that this police campaign will help teenagers and young students of the society to stay away from social evil and crime.

Jumla Training

Nepal Police (Nepal Prahari)

Naxal, Kathmandu

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+977-1-4411210

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