CPC – on-site investigation as probatory action and recovering of micro traces at crime scene forensic examination
The Judicial Academy, in cooperation with the
OSCE Mission to Serbia has continued with trainings for holders of judicial functions. A workshop referring to application of the Criminal Procedure Code and powers of a public prosecutor with respect to the law enforcement with special reference to probatory action aimed at enhancing the knowledge of public prosecutors and law enforcement officers in criminology area was held at the Appellate Court building in Novi Sad on 23 May 2019.
CPC – on-site investigation as probatory action and recovering of micro traces at crime scene forensic examination - Source: Judicial Academy
The lecturers on this training were:
Dr Jasmina Kiurski, Deputy Republic Public Prosecutor
Dr Nataša Radosavljević – Stevanović, Head of the Department for physico-chemical and toxicological expertise of the National Forensic Centre within the Criminal Police Directorate
Nataša Momčilović and Jana Antonijević, witness experts for physico-chemical expertise at the National Forensic Centre within the Criminal Police Directorate, Ministry of the Interior
Nenad Aranitović, Head of the Unit for Operational Forensics at the National Forensic Centre within the Criminal Police Directorate, Ministry of the Interior
The training was dedicated to forensic technicians of all police administrations within the territory of the AP Vojvodina, and it referred to forensic management of the crime scene in line with newly established methodology for performing certain types of expertise, as the final outcome of the Twinning Project Combating Organized Crime, Component 2.
The need for this type of training was defined in the Report Recommendations submitted by experts from forensic centres in Wiesbaden and Munich, upon implementation of the mentioned Project.