Personal Life

Criminologist Snehil Dhall has studied Criminology from the land of colonization experts and strategic implementers of “Divide & Rule”. He has completed IB – Diploma from Singapore and BA (HONS) Criminology from The U.K. His international exposure started during his early teenage life with his interaction with the United Nations – General Assembly in New York, USA; Ministry of Indian Tourism in Gothenburg, Sweden. He has also been a part of 200+ National Security discussions with various British & Global Government Officials from or visiting London. During his university days in The United Kingdom, it was clear that he would start his firm on a theme which is one of the biggest loopholes of Global Diplomacy for the grassroots.

His family lineage also has an international exposure with his paternal Great Grandfather, who worked with The British Raj Government in senior designation of Customs Department and his maternal Great Grandfather, who held the title of RAIZADA by the British Government. The attitude of British professionalism, protocols, punctuality and courtesy gives him the perfect blend between the global cultural and technical abilities that is required to calculate & decode organized crime. On a personal front, he takes cases of only victims for their self-defence as he believes that the first step towards solving a case is to penetrate the criminal’s mind. He is also highly intuitive and is able to spot even the smallest change in behaviour due to which it is hard to deceive him at any occasion.

Being an Indian has helped him to find the best possible ‘Jugaad’ which is required during conflict solutions, as well as with a confrontation during crises. However, being a Cancerian he is the least predictable of all zodiac signs and can be judged only by what he does, and not what he says. All said and done, he also maintains the Punjabi reputation of being a hardworking, energetic, ambitious and a fierce warrior; the kind of warrior who confronts only for self-defence, much like his surname (Dhall = Shield) that is used for the sole purpose of holding off attacks.

Criminologist Snehil Dhall has studied Criminology from the land of colonization experts and strategic implementers of “Divide & Rule”. He has completed IB – Diploma from Singapore and BA (HONS) Criminology from The U.K. His international exposure started during his early teenage life with his interaction with the United Nations – General Assembly in New York, USA; Ministry of Indian Tourism in Gothenburg, Sweden. He has also been a part of 200+ National Security discussions with various British & Global Government Officials from or visiting London. During his university days in The United Kingdom, it was clear that he would start his firm on a theme which is one of the biggest loopholes of Global Diplomacy for the grassroots.

His family lineage also has an international exposure with his paternal Great Grandfather, who worked with The British Raj Government in senior designation of Customs Department and his maternal Great Grandfather, who held the title of RAIZADA by the British Government. The attitude of British professionalism, protocols, punctuality and courtesy gives him the perfect blend between the global cultural and technical abilities that is required to calculate & decode organized crime. On a personal front, he takes cases of only victims for their self-defence as he believes that the first step towards solving a case is to penetrate the criminal’s mind. He is also highly intuitive and is able to spot even the smallest change in behaviour due to which it is hard to deceive him at any occasion.

Being an Indian has helped him to find the best possible ‘Jugaad’ which is required during conflict solutions, as well as with a confrontation during crises. However, being a Cancerian he is the least predictable of all zodiac signs and can be judged only by what he does, and not what he says. All said and done, he also maintains the Punjabi reputation of being a hardworking, energetic, ambitious and a fierce warrior; the kind of warrior who confronts only for self-defence, much like his surname (Dhall = Shield) that is used for the sole purpose of holding off attacks.