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Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan conducts training course for police investigators on protecting rights of alleged victims and accused persons during preliminary investigations

Category
Mission Activity
Date(s)
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Subject
Policing

Description

A three-day training course on protecting the rights of alleged victims and accused persons for police investigators from Tashkent and the surrounding area was conducted by the OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan. The aim of the training is to enhance the investigators’ professional understanding of and commitment to international policing and investigative standards.

Subject
Policing
Date(s)
-
Region
Central Asia
Keywords
special investigation techniques, witness, torture, interviewing

Summary

Emphasis is being placed on working within the framework of national and international laws on human rights-compliant policing, which uphold the presumption of innocence, prohibit the use of torture and oppressive practices, and protect the dignity of and respect for witnesses and suspects at all stages of the investigative process.

The participants will also be trained in putting the principles and concepts they learn into practice, enhancing their effectiveness and sense of personal accomplishment. The course will leave them better equipped to carry out their investigative responsibilities to the exacting standards rightly expected of them by the people of Uzbekistan.

Information

Added on
06 Nov 2018
Origin
OSCE Project Co-ordinator in Uzbekistan
Region
Uzbekistan
Keywords
special investigation techniques, witness, torture, interviewing
Rights
OSCE