Snehil Dhall is an Indian Criminologist who is known for his expertise in Psychology of Crime of the western and eastern World. From the age of 12 he started interacting with various agencies of the Criminal Justice System and was actively involved in the decision-making process by the time he was 14 years old. As soon as he shifted to Singapore, the amount of business techniques used by him was developed with basic coordination from his father’s businesses. The weekly tabloid was under his control by the time he shifted to London during his teenage life. While he was based in London, he managed to involve many Government Officials, Bureaucrats, Politicians, Police, Corporate, Subject Experts, Students and many others from various countries to write editorial articles for his weekly tabloid called ‘Country Pulse’.
The editing, designing, operations, administration, financials and e-distribution were 100% controlled by him from London while the print circulation was carried out in Mumbai and few cities of India. During his tenure in London, he met and worked with various government leaders from different ministries of more than 25 countries to develop his intellect for understanding the root cause of organised crime that are undetected. Prior to being graduated and at the age of 21, he founded Crimeophobia. With experience of working with various nationalities in the topic of ‘Crime’, Snehil started creating theories to decode few of the most difficult types of crime and gained recognitions of being the person who can decode crimes when others are reluctant.
The eastern world was never ready for the techniques of the west due to which Snehil started accepting cases only when others are not able to solve them and converted it into a business model. In order to get a blend between the cultural management techniques of the eastern world and technological management of the western world, Snehil initiated one more model by establishing International Institute for Criminology Studies. The institute is specifically for research and crime education for the public sector and private sector that focuses in the development plans to bring social change in the community with integrative ideas of Criminology, Sociology, Policing, Political Governance, Media, Law, Religion, Culture and Gender.