Ranchi (By our correspondent): The two day National Women Police Meet will be held in the state capital in which more than 150
women police officials from across the nation would be participating. Addressing a press conference at the state police headquarters here IG Priya Dubey said that the event would be held at the Judicial Academy on 19th and 20th November which would be also addressed by Chief Minister Raghubar Das on an inaugural day while Governor Draupadi Murmu will grace the occasion on the
She said that the meet is organised by National Investigation and Development Bureau of the Union Home Ministry and it
was the lone stage where problems of the women in the police forces is taken up and also provides an active environment to assess their capabilities and importance in the profession. She said that in the course of the next two days discussion would be held on sexual
exploitation at the workplace, special technical training and other issues. She said that in this event women police personnel from across the nation have been invited so that the overall problems can be addressed.
Ms Dubey said that this event and its workshops would be beneficial for the women police and will also help in the exchange of ideas and thoughts. The other key speakers during the event also include chairperson of the national women commission Rekha Sharma and justice Gyan Sudha Mishra.