As a continuation of the Time to ACT project, ACT Conflict Resolution and the Police held a workshop in Salfit Governorate.

As a continuation of the Time to ACT project, ACT Conflict Resolution and the Police held a workshop in Salfit Governorate.
07 June 2022

The ACT Foundation for Conflict Resolution, in partnership with the police, held yesterday, Monday 6-6-2021, a workshop entitled “Crime Scene Preservation” within the Time to ACT project, hosted by Al-Quds Open University - Salfit Branch, with the participation of approximately 60 people from representatives of the local community in the governorate.

The workshop began with a welcoming speech from Dr. Nour to the attendees, stressing that Al-Quds Open University is always ready to participate in all activities that would raise awareness and spread culture among all segments of society. It has become tangible for all our people and institutions.

For his part, Brigadier General Ayman Zagloul, Deputy Director of the Governorate Police, welcomed the attendees, and stressed that the police are constantly working to develop their own capabilities in fighting crime, and that they seek to promote civil peace by creating real partnerships with all segments of society, and that they spread awareness in society to enhance the principle of security, the responsibility of all. And he thanked the preservation institutions for their participation of the police in all its activities, and thanked Al-Quds Open University, represented by its Director, Dr. Nour Al-Aqra, for providing the hall for the workshop.

Mohammad Hadieh, representative of the Act Foundation for Conflict Resolution, expressed the importance of this project and praised the police's efforts to build effective partnerships in society and with all its components, and thanked the police for their support to all institutions to provide better, more modern and professional service to the community.

The workshop had three parts, the first about cybercrime and digital crime scenes presented by Captain Samer Dawabsheh from the Cybercrime Department, the second about the first responder to the crime scene to preserve forensic evidence presented by Major Ibrahim Qasqas from the Forensic Evidence Department, and the third about introducing the criminal laboratory presented by Major Yazid Odeh from the Department of Forensic Evidence the police forensic laboratory. At the end of the workshop, the interventions of the audience were listened to and their questions were answered.

It is worth noting that this workshop is an extension of several previous workshops and will be followed by two other workshops in Salfit Governorate with the police and security services.