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Interactive session on drug abuse, Cyber Crime Awareness conducted by J&K police
5/17/2024 9:48:33 PM
Early Times Report
KATHUA, May 17: In a bid to combat the rising threats of drug abuse and cybercrime, the Jammu & Kashmir Police organized an interactive session at the Government Higher Secondary School Forelain, Kathua on May 16th, 2024. This initiative is part of their ongoing efforts to educate students about the dangers associated with drug abuse and cybercrime.
The session was chaired by Additional SP Kathua, Sh. Paramjeet Singh (JKPS), and attended by Principal Sh. Mangat Ram along with staff members and students of the school. The event saw a gathering of over a hundred participants, including students, school staff, and police officials.
During the session, Addl. SP Kathua, Paramjeet Singh, provided a comprehensive overview of the drug menace, detailing its sources, causes, and devastating consequences. He emphasized the critical role every member of society plays in combating this issue. He advised teachers and guardians to closely monitor their children's behavior and avoid exerting psychological pressure that might push them towards drug use. The session highlighted the importance of spreading awareness about drug abuse and addiction, with the goal of fostering a drug-free community.
The session also covered the realm of cybercrime, educating participants about the risks associated with online activities, social media usage, and the sharing of personal information. The aim was to empower students with knowledge to make informed decisions and protect themselves in today's rapidly evolving digital landscape. The chairing officers shared their expertise and experiences, stressing the importance of practicing safe online behavior and maintaining privacy in the digital era.
Principal Mangat Ram expressed his gratitude to the District Police Kathua for their informative and thought-provoking presentation. The session concluded with a powerful message urging students to become responsible digital citizens and make informed choices about their health and online presence.
The J&K Police intend to continue conducting such sessions in the future to address other critical issues facing the youth, reinforcing their commitment to community safety and youth education.
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