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    The Humane Society International/India conducted a sensitization workshop in collaboration with the RBVRR Telangana State Police Academy. The workshop aimed to educate under-trainee sub-inspectors about animal protection laws in India. It lasted for three hours and focused on creating awareness and sensitivity towards animal welfare within the law enforcement community.

    During the workshop, Shreya Paropkari, an Advocate from the High Court for the state of Telangana and an experienced animal protection advocate, facilitated discussions. She emphasized the role of law enforcement in upholding animal protection laws and provided practical insights through interactive presentations and case studies. The workshop covered topics such as the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, the connection between animal cruelty and other crimes like domestic violence, and the importance of addressing violence against animals at its early stages.

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    This initiative is part of HSI/India’s commitment to creating a more compassionate society. By collaborating with key stakeholders and training law enforcement officials, they aim to empower them with the knowledge and tools needed to effectively enforce animal protection laws. Since 2013, HSI/India has been conducting such trainings and has trained over 1,200 law enforcement officials annually on animal protection laws.

    Mousumi Gupta, the director of Government Affairs at Humane Society International/India, believes that training and sensitizing law enforcement agencies will not only help in improving the infrastructure for animals but also in developing better policies and preventing further injustice against animals.

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