Freeland Trains 70 Young Range Officers on Crime Scene Processing

Freeland India experts trained almost 70 young range officers from five southern Indian states on wildlife crime scene processing techniques at Kaziranga National Park, Assam, in March 2016.

Young range officers participate enthusiastically in the crime scene processing demonstration

Young range officers participate enthusiastically in the crime scene processing demonstration

The young trainee Range Officers, visiting Kaziranga as part of their travels through northeast India, were in for a surprise when, instead of an evening lecture, they enacted a crime scene. Trainees were taught how to create a team to safely and thoroughly process a crime scene and collect evidence.

 

All in a day's work for Freeland -- 70 surprise trainees!

All in a day’s work for Freeland — 70 surprise trainees!

The trainees gave overwhelmingly positive feedback for the informal and interactive session. For the Freeland team, it was a welcome opportunity to interact with, and train, future guardians of wildlife.

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