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Police Investigation-Rape

Prior to 1937, a woman or girl was not at all considered as a human being, but only as property. She was not at all vested with any right to have any property in her name. She was not treated equally with her male counterpart. If any offence, for example, rape is committed against a woman or girl, such a woman or girl is not deemed to be a victim of a crime; if she is not married, the victim is only the father, and if she is already married, the victim is only the husband.

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In Tamil - Police Investigation - Rape

Prior to 1937, a woman or girl was not at all considered as a human being, but only as property. She was not at all vested with any right to have any property in her name. She was not treated equally with her male counterpart. If any offence, for example, rape is committed against a woman or girl, such a woman or girl is not deemed to be a victim of a crime; if she is not married, the victim is only the father, and if she is already married, the victim is only the husband.

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Police Investigation - Murder

We catch people because no-one is ever as smart as he or she thinks. Mostly, small mistakes do not matter. However, with murder, it only takes a tiny mistake to leave a hole for someone to peer through and learn the truth. Educated people think they have an edge in cleverness, but sometimes that extra education makes them overreach and get caught.

This book elaborately deals with the various forms of “Cide” and finally the “Homicide – Murder” which is the gravest Crime so far as a Police Officer is concerned. Right from the registration of the first information report, observing the scene of crime, deciding whether the death is homicide or suicide or accidental death,

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In Tamil - Police Investigation - Murder

We catch people because no-one is ever as smart as he or she thinks. Mostly, small mistakes do not matter. However, with murder, it only takes a tiny mistake to leave a hole for someone to peer through and learn the truth. Educated people think they have an edge in cleverness, but sometimes that extra education makes them overreach and get caught.

This book elaborately deals with the various forms of “Cide” and finally the “Homicide – Murder” which is the gravest Crime so far as a Police Officer is concerned. Right from the registration of the first information report, observing the scene of crime, deciding whether the death is homicide or suicide or accidental death,

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Police Investigation – Cruelty and Dowry Death

When a study of the Dowry related offences for a period from 2001 to 2013 was undertaken, it is revealed that the conviction rate was 32.6% in 2001, 37.5% in 2002, 32.7% in 2003, 32.8 in 2004, 30.5% in 2005, 33.1% in 2006, 33.2% in 2007, 34.1% in 2008, 33.8% in 2009, 34.83% in 2010, 36.05% in 2011, 29.54% in 2012, 28.71% in 2013 and in an average 33 % was the conviction rate, and about 67% of persons involved in dowry death cases were acquitted by Courts in India. It shows the poor state of the investigation in such a sensitive social issue. Let us feel the pains of the victims of the dowry; if it happens to the kith and kin of the Police, will they be so lethargic in a casual way.

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In Tamil - Police Investigation – Cruelty and Dowry Death

When a study of the Dowry related offences for a period from 2001 to 2013 was undertaken, it is revealed that the conviction rate was 32.6% in 2001, 37.5% in 2002, 32.7% in 2003, 32.8 in 2004, 30.5% in 2005, 33.1% in 2006, 33.2% in 2007, 34.1% in 2008, 33.8% in 2009, 34.83% in 2010, 36.05% in 2011, 29.54% in 2012, 28.71% in 2013 and in an average 33 % was the conviction rate, and about 67% of persons involved in dowry death cases were acquitted by Courts in India. It shows the poor state of the investigation in such a sensitive social issue. Let us feel the pains of the victims of the dowry; if it happens to the kith and kin of the Police, will they be so lethargic in a casual way.

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In Hindi - Police Investigation – Powers, Tactics and Techniques -Vol 1 & 2

Volume 1 and 2 of this book in Hindi together constitute a single book. This book is a benchmark and best-practice model and regarded as the ‘Bible’ for professional investigation in India. For the discerning investigating Police Officer, this book may not

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In Tamil – Police Investigation – Prostitution

Police Investigation – Prostitution is an acclaimed book on the plights of the victims of trafficking and prostitution in India. A useful guide for all the agencies enforcing the Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act. A bible for the Police Officers in the given subject.

The title “Police Investigation – Prostitution” would no doubt be a handy treatise for the guardians of law and morals. It will help them rise up to the occasion in tackling the problem of trafficking and prostitution, which had led to the rise and spread of HIV/AIDS.

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இந்திய அரசமைப்புச் சட்டம்

தமிழ்நாட்டைப் பொருத்தமட்டில், நான் அறிந்த வரையில், இங்கு ஆங்கில அறிவு கொண்டவர்கள் மட்டுமே புத்திசாலிகள் என்ற எண்ணோட்டம் பரவலாக உள்ளது. நீதிமன்றங்களில் ஒரு வழக்குரைஞர் ஆங்கிலத்தில் வாதிட்டால், அவர் என்ன கூறுகிறார் என்பதைப் புரிந்துகொள்ள முடியாமலேயே, அவர் திறமைசாலி மற்றும் புத்திசாலி என போற்றப்படுகிறார். பெரும்பாலான வழக்குரைஞர்கள் தமிழிலேயே நீதிமன்றத்தில் வாதிட விரும்புகின்றனர். ஆனால், அதற்குரிய அங்கீகாரம் மற்றும் ஊக்குவித்தல், அல்லது சரியான மொழிபெயர்ப்பு சட்ட நூல்கள் இல்லாததால், சரியான சட்டத்தமிழ் சொற்கள் கிடைக்காமல், அவர்கள் தமிழில் பேசவே தயங்குகின்றனர். வாதி, அவரது வழக்குரைஞர் நீதிமன்றத்தில் வாதிடும்போது,

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V. Sithannan

Mr V. Sithannan, a Graduate in Science, Post Graduate in Law, and PG Diploma holder in ‘Cyber Crimes and Information Security‘, having worked in Law and Order, Crime, Intelligence and Vigilance Departments of Tamil Nadu Police, and as Superintendent of Police, Tamil Nadu Police Academy and Deputy Commissioner of Police, Adyar Chennai, retired in 2012, after completion of 36 years in the Tamil Nadu Police Service and presently practising as an Advocate in Madras High Court.

He was a member of the Expert Committees constituted for drafting the 1) Tamil Nadu Police Act, 2) Tamil Nadu Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Rules, 3) All India model Police Manual and for recommending amendments to the Tamil Nadu Police Standing Orders.

He is a resource person in Dr Ambedkhar Law College, Dr Ambedkhar Law University, Directorate of Prosecution, Tamil Nadu Judicial Academy, Tamil Nadu Police Training College and Tamil Nadu Police Academy.

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“Mother, wife, sister and daughter exalted and venerated, when one’s own despised and exploited, trafficked and trodden, if they are of other’s”

- V. Sithannan