A five-day training on Crime Scene Examination and Forensic Recovery of Evidence for the law enforcement agencies was concluded at the OSCE Office in Tajikistan on 8th May 2015. The training provided theoretical and practical training sessions on crime scene examination and forensic recovery of evidence focusing on best international practice.
The event brought together some 33 representatives in respect of crime scene management, crime scene examination and forensic evidential recovery from the Ministry of Interior Affairs, General Prosecutor’s Office and State Committee for National Security of Tajikistan from Dushanbe and regions. The training course aimed at enhancing theoretical and practical skills of those law enforcement officers who had first arrived at the crime scene. The training included demonstrations and exercises in the use of modern international forensic practices.
During the training participants were introduced to the essentials of cybercrime and mock scene. Moreover, they had practical experience on taking fingerprints, photography, documenting the crime scene and using the crime scene cases. At the end of the training the OSCE donated 30 crime scene kits and cameras to participants.