GLACY+ delivered the first Introductory Judicial Training of Trainers (ToT) on cybercrime and electronic evidence for judges, prosecutors lawyers and other judicial officials of Cape Verde.
The 31 participants consisted in a mixture of judges, prosecutors, lawyers, judiciary police officials, and NOSI, CNPD and Ministry of Interior officials from all islands of Cabo Verde. The course was complemented by the introduction of pedagogical techniques (teaching skills) which will lay the foundation for the development of a pool of national trainers, able to disseminate the skills acquired among their national peers.
The training materials were also adapted to the national context with the intervention of national experts presenting aspects of national legislation and practices.
The Delegation of the European Union attended the closing ceremony through the presence of the Deputy Head of the Delegation. The course was closed by the Minister of Justice of Cape Verde, Ms. Janina SANTOS LÉLIS, who confirmed the support of the Government of Cape Verde to the GLACY+ project.
After the delivery of the Advanced Judicial course foreseen for later this year, a good number of trainees will be well qualified to deliver this introductory training to their colleagues and also in other Lusophone countries.