The Justice, Peace and Democracy Association - AJPD, under its Penal Reform program conducted in partnership with the National Directorate of Criminal Investigation training on Human Rights and Criminal Investigation in the city of Lubango, Southern Huila province, specifically in the auditorium of the Technical School of Health, between 05 to 09 Agosto 2013.

The opening section was chaired by the Sub-Commissioner Lino de Matos, 2nd Commander for Intervention area, who thanked and welcomed the participants and all stakeholders of the training session. The same was preceded by the intervention of Mr. Raimundo Wondila official Program AJPD, which in turn elaborated on the objectives of the seminar.

The purpose of the training was to increase the knowledge of researchers in the field of criminal investigation and Human Rights, to exercise their functions with professional ethics and strict compliance with and respect for the law.

However, the content of this report describes briefly the work carried out during training on Human Rights and criminal investigation.

In effect, subjects were given as:

  • Human, Gender and HIV & Rights AIDS chaired by Mr Christopher Godinho;
  • The Community Policing and its challenges: friend or foe today Citizen? Chaired by Mr. George Epalanga, Chief Superintendent of the National Police;
  • Criminal Intelligence I and II and Human Rights chaired by Mr. António Alexandre Andrade, trainer of DNIC;
  • Guarantees of the Criminal Procedure and / or Defendants lectured by Mr. Virgil Andrew, lecturer of DNIC;
  • Expedient technique chaired by Mr. Albano Manuel
  • And finally oriented themes on Measures Acts of Coercion and Procedural Procedural and Proof by jurist Florentino Joaquim Inacio.

At the end of the dissertation of each above-mentioned subject, is always passed to the moment of fraternization, finished this; participants resumed the training room and immediately put their questions and concerns thus causing a harmonious moment of dialogue and debate.

Therefore, an evaluation, conclusion and recommendation of the training process participants expressed the following:

  • "This training was good because it gave to increase our knowledge. I hope to receive more training in gender;
  • Recommend AJPD do more often this type of seminar and also perform for the Heads and Directors of the Unit;
  • The themes were important and gave some to acquire knowledge;
  • I wish that these formations were continuous since they are very important initiatives;
  • The Next should extend this study to a number of significant workforce;
  • More training time, since they are very interesting subjects, complex and extensive.

The closing of the seminar on Human Rights and Criminal Investigation was chaired by the Sub-Commissioner Lino de Matos, Commander 2nd area for intervention, which in turn thanked, above all, the work of AJPD, the presence and active participation of all participants and the collaboration of trainers.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *