Bhubaneswar: Crime Branch Additional Director General (ADG) of police Santosh Upadhay today said that the modern cyber forensic science laboratory of the Crime Branch will be inaugurated on November 22.
The state-of-the-art forensic science laboratory will ensure scientific investigations into crimes in the State. Upadhay was speaking at the inaugural session of a two-day training programme on cyber security.
Sources said the proposed new lab is equipped with facilities to carry out ballistic examination of firearms, besides chemical, physical and biological analysis of samples collected from a crime spot.
Upadhay said three more cyber police station will come up in Bhubaneswar, Jepore and Balasore to deal with the IT related offences. Earlier, the State Government had issued a notification on the establishment of cyber police stations at Berhampur, Rourkela and Sambalpur. The cyber police stations functions under the Crime Branch.
Meanwhile, DGP Dr Rajendra Prasad Sharma today inaugurated a two-day training programme on cyber security. The officers will be trained to enhance their skill in cracking critical cyber offences.

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