An investigation is a thorough search for facts, especially those that are hidden or need to be sorted out in a complex situation. The goal of an investigation is usually to determine how or why something happened. Investigations are usually formal and official.

The National Public Grievances & Redressal Commission (NPGRC) does have strong policies and procedures to follow. Key areas of case investigation including case management, responding to a case scene, interviewing, statement taking, gathering evidence, search warrants, and file presentation. The process of investigation or the investigative process is a series of activities or steps that include gathering evidence, analyzing information, developing and validating theories, forming reasonable grounds to believe, and finally arresting and charging a suspect.

Securing the Scene

Separating the Witnesses

Scanning the Scene

Seeing the Scene

Sketching the Scene

Searching for Evidence

Securing and Collecting Evidence

Hans Gustab

Hans Gustav Adolf Gross (26 December 1847 – 9 December 1915)

Remembering, Hans Gustav Adolf Gross (26 December 1847 – 9 December 1915) was an Austrian criminal jurist and criminologist, the "Founding Father" of criminal profiling.

A criminal is not born; he is made so when he is not corrected at the right time.

With NPGRC, we are following a different investigating style than India’s other investigating departments like IB, Special branch, State Police, etc. When you decide to forward a case to NPGRC, email the details with request letter to and then the same will be forwarded into NPGRC Legal department. The forwarded case file from Legal department after the investigation by Investigation department will be submitted into the NPGRC Chief Judge for commission’s judgement.

In fact, according to the service recovery paradox, a complaint is an opportunity that can actually result in the person having a more positive view of your business, family, studies or educational, community, institutional, personal, other state or country related

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