Yesterday, 27 October, 25 Chilean Prosecutors and Judges met online for an advisory workshop on judicial training strategies on cybercrime and electronic evidence.
The meeting aimed at assessing the current state of judicial training on cybercrime and electronic evidence and the way forward to ensure the long-term integration of these topics into the training curricula for judges and prosecutors of Chile. Facilitation was provided by two international experts.
Specific attention in the design of the judicial training curricula will be put to international cooperation on matters related to cybercrime and relevant aspects of cross-border access to electronic evidence held by multi-national service providers.
The session will continue today with a debriefing session dedicated to finalizing a set of recommendations for Chilean authorities’ consideration and agree on a possible way ahead.
The workshop was co-organized with the Chilean Prosecutor’s Office and supported by the European Union and the Council of Europe under the framework of the Joint Project GLACY+.
Chile has acceded the Budapest Convention in April 2017 and has been ever since a priority country for the GLACY+ Project.