Senin, 01 November 2010

Polisi Modern Harus Paham Facebook

VIVAnews - Polisi, terutama detektif, akan diajarkan bagaimana cara melacak tersangka melalui media sosial di dalam rencana program pelatihan baru. Ya, aparat hukum di Inggris ini akan segera dibuat akrab dengan Facebook.

Adapun tujuan dari National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) ini untuk memudahkan polisi dalam melacak tersangka kejahatan dan mengumpulkan bukti-bukti tak hanya dari ponsel tetapi juga media sosial di komputer.

NPIA mengatakan inisiatif ini diumumkan untuk membuat pelatihan detektif lebih relevan terhadap tantangan kejahatan di jaman modern.

Sekitar 3.500 mahasiswa yang mengambil program pengembangan investigasi NPIA (NPIA's Initial Crime Investigators Development Programme) siap ditampung setiap tahunnya untuk pengembangan program baru ini.

Menurut NPIA, pelatihan yang baru ini tak cuma mengenalkan mereka apa dan fungsi Facebook. Tetapi, mahasiswa juga diajarkan bagaimana cara terbaik untuk melacak jejak tersangka serta mengumpulkan bukti-bukti melalui komputer, ponsel, CCTV, data keuangan seperti laporan bank, dan penggunaan ATM.

Deputy Chief Constable Nick Gargan mengatakan pengembangan ini sangat penting untuk meningkatkan keterampilan detektif dalam menyambut tantangan dan kompleksitas kepolisian di jaman modern.

"Program ini menjadi bagian penting pada karir detektif. Pengembangan program ini mencakup area-area sensitif yang tak didapatkan pada program sebelumnya," kata Gargan yang juga menjabat kepala NPIA.

"Pengembangan ini juga menggarisbawahi pentingnya sebuah badan nasional untuk memberikan bimbingan pada detektif dengan standar tinggi," tutur Gargan.

"Sehingga mereka bisa melakukan investigasi di berbagai negara bagian sekaligus menularkannya pada rekan-rekan mereka bagaimana cara terbaik untuk memerangi kejahatan," pungkasnya.

English Version

VIVAnews - police, especially detectives, will be taught how to track the suspects through social media in the new training program plan. Yes, law enforcement agencies in the UK will soon be made familiar with Facebook.

The purpose of the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA) is to enable police to track crime suspects and gather evidence not only from the phone but also of social media on the computer.

NPIA said the initiative was announced to make training more relevant to the challenges of detective crime in modern times.

Approximately 3,500 students taking courses development NPIA investigation (NPIA's Initial Crime Investigators Development Programme) is ready to be collected each year for the development of this new program.

According to the NPIA, new training is not just introducing them what and function up. However, students are also taught how best to track down suspects and gather evidence through computers, mobile phones, CCTV, financial data such as bank statements, and the use of ATMs.

Deputy Chief Constable Nick Gargan said the development is very important to improve the skills of a detective in welcoming the challenges and complexities of policing in modern times.

"This program is an important part in career detective. The development of this program include sensitive areas that could not be obtained in the previous program," said Gargan who also served as head of the NPIA.

"This development also underscores the importance of a national body to provide guidance on the detective with a high standard," said Gargan.

"So that they can conduct investigations in the various states as well pass it to their colleagues how best to combat crime," he concluded.