EFCC Trains Staff in Modern Investigative Techniques
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on August 18, 2018 concluded four-day training for investigators and prosecutors at the EFCC Academy, Karu, aimed at further equipping its staff with modern skills in the fight against corruption.
The Commandant, EFCC Academy, David Tukura who spoke through the Head, Administration, Aliyu Nadada, said the training, which was designed and fully sponsored by the EFCC was part of the Commission’s career development strategies to enhance the performance of its officers in the area of investigations and prosecution.
“Criminal tendency is taking a dynamic form globally, hence the need to update our officers with the latest techniques necessary to enable us continue to get more convictions in court,” Nadada said.
According to the course coordinator, Babashani Umar Sanda, the training, which has as its theme, “Investigations and Evidence Gathering Techniques”, was aimed at addressing “identified lapses in evidence gathering, trial preparation and testifying in court”.
“We expect that the synergy that will be developed among the prosecutors and the investigators will further enhance their ability to gather relevant and admissible evidence to aid the quality of prosecution in court,” he said.
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