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Daijiworld News Network – Mangalore (SS)

Mangalore, Feb 17: A one-day workshop on “Crime Among Youth” has been organized jointly by DK Police and Department of Criminology, School of Social Work Mangalore, Roshni Nilaya) on Saturday February 18, at the college premises.

The purpose of the workshop is to obtain public opinion from different sections of the society, regarding the latest trend of more and more youth taking to crime. Remedial measures to tackle the problem will also be sought from the participants.

Nearly 150 students of various colleges of the city will be participating in the workshop. Police officers, academicians, journalists and other eminent citizens will also participate.

B Dayananda, superintendent of police, Dakshina Kannada, will inaugurate the programme, while Dr Jacinta D’Souza, principal school of social work, will preside.

Resource persons chosen from different fields will present their views on the subject and identify the main areas of concern that need to be addressed by the delegates. Participants will be divided into different groups and given a topic each for discussion and formulation of opinions.

At the valedictory function, Suresh Babu, Inspector General of Police (Western Range), Mangalore, will be the chief guest. The reports of the various groups will be placed before the guests and final conclusions reached.

On the occasion, certificates will be issued by the police department to students who participated in the recently held ‘Civilian Rifle Training Course’ by DK Police.

The resource persons who will participate are: Mahesh Chandra Nayak, SDM Law College, Mangalore (Legal and Public perception), Dr A S Rao IPS, Assistant Superintendent of Police, Puttur (Police perception), Dr KK Varghese, administrator, Colaco Hospital, Mangalore (Parent perception), U K Kumarnath, resident editor, Vijaya Karnataka, Mangalore (Media perception),  Serah Francis D’Souza, student, School of Social Work, Mangalore (Student Perception).


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