CYBERCRIME AND ELECTRONIC EVIDENCE WORKSHOP, ACCRA, GHANA

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CWAG Africa Alliance Partnership in collaboration with the Criminal Investigation Department Ghana Police organized a two-day Cybercrime and Electronic Evidence workshop on the 27th – 28th May in Accra, Ghana. The workshop brought together participants from the Office of the Attorney General & Ministry of Justice, Judicial Services, Financial Intelligence Center, Ghana Police, Ghana Criminal investigation Department, Office of the Director Public Prosecution and Food and Drugs Authority.  The workshop aimed at building capacity of administration of justice in Ghana, by equipping the participants to Conduct effective investigation on cybercrime. The workshop was graced by; Commissioner of Police, Mrs. Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo Danquah– Director-General, Criminal Investigation Department, Mr George Tweneboah – Deputy Director General Criminal Investigation Department and Mr. Thony Forson, president of the Ghana Bar Association (GBA).

The training was led by seasoned CWAG AAP facilitators; Mr. David Maas– Assistant Attorney General, Wisconsin State, USA and Mr. Mike Hemberger– Intelligence Analyst, Wisconsin Department of Justice supported by regional facilitators, Dr. Herbert Gustav Yankson– Chief Superintendent of Police, Criminal Investigation Department, Mr. Kimathi Kuenyehia– Transactional Lawyer, Google, and Ms. June Okal– Legal Officer, Google.

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