DCI’s Crime Scene Investigation officers TOT training begins

DCI’s Crime Scene Investigation officers drawn from different parts of the country begun a two weeks training for trainers course Monday at the DCI Academy.

The course, which was officially opened by the Deputy Director, DCI Mr Joseph Ashimala, is being facilitated by the Federal Government of Germany through the German Development Cooperation.

The training is outlined to equip the officers with modern day forensic techniques, skills and methods of investigation.

Speaking to the course participants, Mr Ashimala advised them to take advantage of the course, capitalizing on the training which would aid clinically in investigations.

He further reminded them that they were being trained to be trainers of other CSI detectives.

Presenting the assurances of DCI’s gratitude for continued partnerships with the Federal Government of Germany in security matters, Mr Ashimala acknowledged the support and donations so far given to the Directorate including Crime Scene kits, motor vehicles and other equipment.

In the same forum, the Commandant- DCI Training School, Mr Paul Ndambuki expressed his gratitude to Mr Jaenen Ulrich-Head of the Police Program, Mr John Ayres and Dr John Mutonyi who will be conducting the training of the officers.

  

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