The company has conducted various experiments for understanding the definition of crime of which few intensive Research & Development carried with the Youth are from the following categories: 1) Various Nationalities, 2) Gender (Male, Female and Transgender), 3) Age group from 6 years and above, 4) Convicted Criminals in Juvenile Jails, 5) International Schools, 6) Municipal & Government Schools, 7) Municipal Schools having Highly Educated Professors, 8) Street Youth, 9) Orphan Age Youth, 10) Slum Youth, 11) College & University, 12) Billionaire / Celebrity Youngsters, 13) Terrorist Affected Locations, 14) Youth Entrepreneurs, Professionals and Social Workers, 15) Foreign Nationals: Youth Government and Civil Bodies officials from India, 16) Foreign Nationals: during his/her abroad stay. The evaluations have been the core source of creating theories since the ability of creating an attitude for committing crime starts from adolescent experiences.
Theories Copyrighted by Criminologist Snehil Dhall
The first theoretical copyright of Criminologist Snehil Dhall was named Theory of Modern Chakarvyuh created on a game theory of deception and inception phases of crime. The theory is based on the Modern Transnational Organized Crime which has sequenced in total of Seven Phases. The conceptual framework of Chakravyuh comes right from the ancient Hindu mythology called ― Mahabharata and it was considered to be the most reliable War Strategy of ancient times.
The game has simple rules of coming out of the centre most rings, only after having studied the sectors with highlighted illustrations. His collaboration with ISKCON Temple was one of the most established sources of creating the theory to identify the techniques of Lord Krishna’s diplomatic warfare concepts which can be depicted as India’s oldest source of Criminology. The theory was an intensive experiment at the grass-root level as he established a Crime / Scam Department with a political party in order to replicate a Victim Support Centre in India.
The experiment was conducted for few months in order to check its workability in India since most officials discouraged him using Western World techniques in India. While the Theory of Modern Chakravyuh was based on the ground reality, Snehil’s next theory is based on tapping the Organised Crime Mastermind which he named as Theory of Polymath Organised Crime. In this theory he combined Criminology with OSI Model to automate the system of tracing Organised Crime Mastermind and implements the same with Extrasensory Perceptions of Parapsychology to get the criminal/s out.