CHRI’s
Virtual Police Station

 

 

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Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI)

 

The Virtual Police Station (VPS) is a innovational training tool for the police and education tool for the public that allows a user to experience every room of a police station and explore in a full 360 degrees.

With the click of a mouse a user can interact with the people and objects they find inside, such as officers, citizens and registers. By clicking on any object or person the user can interactively learn key processes such as the proper procedures for arrest, registration of a complaint of sexual assault, correct methods of storing case property, filing of FIRs, laws related to juveniles, and much more.

We provide video, text and legal resources for multiple layers of training in several languages. The VPS is a tool that can be operated online and offline and is fully integrated into social media. An invaluable resource and groundbreaking platform for police academies, NGOs working to empower communities, educators, and for the public to learn policing procedures and their rights in any police station.

 

http://www.humanrightsinitiative.org/