ACT Foundation and the Police hold two workshops on crime scene preservation and criminal justice promotion in Tulkarm

ACT Foundation and the Police hold two workshops on crime scene preservation and criminal justice promotion in Tulkarm
01 June 2022

The ACT Foundation for Conflict Resolution held on Tuesday May 31, 2022, in partnership with the police, two workshops, the first for the employees of the security institution and the second for the employees of the Tulkarm Governorate police, in the governorate police directorate hall, entitled Preserving the crime scene and promoting criminal justice within the Time to act project. Governorate, and a. Muhammad Hadi, representative of the ACT Foundation, Colonel Ashraf Mutlaq, Director of the Community Police Unit in the Department of Public Relations and Media, Colonel Samer Zitawi, Director of the Public Relations and Media Branch in the Governorate Police, Colonel Samer Al-Hindi, Director of the Cybercrime Department, Major Salim Jebat, Director of the Criminal Evidence Department in the Provincial Police, and Major Bayan Ramadan from the forensic laboratory and 98 police officers and officers from the security establishment in Tulkarm.

The Police Public Relations and Media Department stated that Brigadier General Moussa Yadik, Director of the Governorate Police, opened the two workshops, welcoming the attendees and participants, stressing the importance of partnership with local community institutions and the importance of such a workshop to protect the crime scene and not tamper with it to reach the truth and reveal the criminals as soon as possible, expressing his thanks to the attendees for their interest in attending and participating. In which.

He spoke at the beginning of the workshop a. Muhammad Hadi, representing Act Foundation for Conflict Resolution, thanked the police leadership and its unlimited support in order to provide the best services to the citizen, and pointed to the importance of the partnership approach between the police and the various components of the local community, pointing to the importance of such workshops related to the criminal investigation to raise the level of confidence and security for the Palestinian citizen.

The workshop dealt with three axes to preserve the crime scene, the first on cybercrime and digital crime scenes, presented by Colonel Samer Al-Hindi, Director of the Department of Combating Cybercrime, and the second on the first responder of the crime scenes to preserve forensic evidence presented by Major Salim Jebat, Director of the Forensic Evidence Department, and the third on introducing the forensic laboratory. Major Bayan Ramadan from the Police Forensic Laboratory Department. At the end of the meeting, the discussion was opened and the inquiries of the participants in the two workshops were answered.