Mr. Kislay Chaudhary Joined as Visiting Faculty at CDTS, Ghaziabaad
Kislay Chaudhary, the founder and chairman of the Indian Cyber Army (ICA), recently joined in as a Visiting Faculty at the Central Detective Training School (CDTS) of Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. He will be helping in the execution of various workshops conducted at the CDTS. These workshops include training on Anti Human Trafficking, Community Policing Workshop, workshop on Crime Against Women and Children, Crime Scene Investigation, Economic Offence Crime, Handling of Terrorist Financing and FICN, and many more.
Kislay Chaudhary has also assisted the Cyber Crime Investigation units of various states including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, and Bihar. Crime has adopted a cyber tactic in recent times and to tackle that, it was necessary for our police forces to get acquainted with the modern cyber world. To ensure this, Kislay Chaudhary keeps conducting various training programs for police officers all across the nation. He has played a pivotal role in educating the masses about the modern threat of cyber crimes.
The CDTS at Ghaziabad is a massive project that aims at the evolution of police forces across the nation. It has a massive premises that spans across a total area of 8.37 acres. Reportedly, it costed around Rs 65.14 crore for complete construction of the premises.
Since its inception last year, the CDTS has conducted around 146 courses and have managed to train over 9000 police officers. The training was imparted to officers of every rank ranging from a sub inspector to a deputy superintendent of police (DSP). The bonding of this state-of-the-art training institute with the knowledge of Kislay Chaudhary is expected to reap some exceptional results.