Investigators, prosecutors learn new technics in law enforcement seminar PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 10 March 2013 17:06

Chief Supt. Nestor M. Fajura, chief of the Philippine National Police  Human Rights Affairs Office,  was one of the speakers during the three-day “Law Enforcment and Investigation “ seminar  attended by police investigators and prosecutors from Region 9 and Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) at a local hotel March 6-8 ,2013.

According to Fajura, it is very important that law enforcers are updated on new technics on how to investigate  and solve a case.

The  law enforcer-participants were also lectured on how to gather evidences and not to use torture to extract evidence from a suspect.

Among the topics were:  Human Rights Fundamentals, Republic Act 9745 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations, Rights-Based Policing & Investigation, Preparing an Investigation Report for a  torture Case, Forensic Investigation of an alleged Torture Case Using Istanbul Protocol, Physical Evidence, General Consideration for interview Enhancing the capacities of Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Officers for Effects Investigation and Increased Prosecution of Torture Cases Using medical Evidence, Psychological effects of Torture and many others. — Allen Abastillas